A plot of land on Tennyson Street sells for more than $2 million, a recently sold property in Westminster is slated for a $15 million apartment project, and the Denver Post leases a large industrial space.
Another cannabis company is getting into the pet market business and is releasing a doggie supplement, along with a new line of products for humans.
One of the state’s largest banks is enlarging its Jefferson County headquarters complex with plans to consolidate and boost its workforce at the campus.
The North Denver neighborhood is getting its own shared office startup, which plans to open its desks and endless coffee to independent workers and small businesses next month.
An organic food wholesaler that distributes to local restaurants has filed for Chapter 11 with more than 100 creditors.
After an oil company shut down its Denver office and put its space up for sublease, another energy firm has jumped on the opening and will leave its Larimer Street digs.
A would-be restaurant owner has tossed out plans for a Sunnyside tavern in the face of hefty construction costs.
After a name change, a development that will bring offices, retail space and a large hotel is digging into a block of Wazee Street.
A senior living facility near the DTC changed hands in August as part of a $640 million deal between two large players in the senior real estate world.
An expanding medical transcription company is hoping to bring in $1.5 million to help it hire more employees and launch a new office.