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Rain dampens golf course revenue

Courses in Lakewood and Denver have seen a drop in rounds this month, but the rain clouds have come with a silver lining.

Developer grabs RiNo warehouse

Another Walnut street industrial property sold last week for more than $5.5 million as its owner plans a move to North Broadway.

Restaurant group grabs Cherry Creek spot

Adding more real estate and a new concept to its portfolio, a large restaurant group bought a Cherry Creek sports grill for $4 million. And the company has expansive upgrades in the works.

Highlands auto shop stalls out

Despite millions in venture capital, an eco-friendly garage company shut down its Denver location last week, just a few months after closing its Boulder shop.

Founding partner leaves law firm

The founder of a personal injury firm has left the company behind, citing a differing vision for the firm’s future.

Delayed development revived with $100M plans

After buying a massive foreclosed development near Parker, a Denver firm is bringing the project back to life with the first of 120 homes under construction.

Distillery takes a shot at canned cocktails

“It’s the most-ordered cocktail in Colorado right now, and we’re the first one to market it,” Mile High Spirits co-owner Joe von Feldt said of the company’s bet on the Moscow Mule.

Tennyson apartment rush adding $23M project

With a string of restaurants and a grocery store moving into the area, a developer is plotting a $23 million small apartment project on the growing Tennyson Street strip.