The national internet phone company sealed the deal to buy a local VoIP provider for more than $25 million in cash and stocks as it transitions into a focus on business clients.
The tech boom is pushing a software-oriented gym concept into Denver. A software engineer is launching a 14th Avenue fitness franchise that will include computerized machines to customize workouts.
A car wash chain is making its entrance into the city and plans to ramp up expansion of its quick-service brand.
Christy Sports leases more than 34,000 square feet in Littleton and a $1.7 million apartment building changes hands.
After taking over a handful of area gyms from their struggling operator, a 24-hour fitness company is rebranding its purchases.
A Golden-based restaurant brand with locations across the state has asked a judge to intervene in its naming quarrel with a Seattle pizza shop.
The 10-year old Belmar project is set for a residential development trifecta: a $45 million apartment complex, a senior living community and a for-sale townhome project. And the area’s first hotel on the horizon.
After buying an apartment tower for more than $7 million last year, a real estate firm is overhauling its 50 units – the first major upgrades in the 50-year-old building’s history.
The electronics retailer has powered down its First Avenue store, leaving a 3,000-square-foot hole in the Cherry Creek shopping lineup.
The boom in Chipotle-style restaurants is pushing an Aurora sandwich shop into Denver, and its owner already has plans to expand and eventually franchise the concept.