Fifty more apartments are coming to Tennyson Street. Riverpoint Partners last month bought about 0.4 acres at 3860 and 3868 Tennyson St. with plans to build a new apartment building across the street from the Elitch Lanes bowling alley, which is itself being converted into a Natural Grocers. “There’s only a few pockets like this… Read more »
A local pack retailer is making big strides this year, including its first brick-and-mortar store, a new line expansion overseas.
A new bakery is rolling into a long-vacant space next to Rosenberg’s bagels and will bring European pastries to the Five Points neighborhood.
A Denver restaurant has closed down both of its locations, leaving prime real estate on Blake Street up for grabs.
In the second recent inter-brewery dispute over naming rights, a local beer maker was sued by a Minnesota company over the brand “Summit Pale Ale.”
Mayor Michael Hancock visited Rosenberg’s Bagels yesterday for a panel discussion about small business.
With construction still underway, a 300-unit apartment project in the Highlands is opening its doors to its first residents.
One of our thickest roundups yet, with action in the industrial, retail and multifamily submarkets, including some large apartment sales.
The self-described Martha Stewart of RVs is taking her show on the road with plans to get her sophisticated camping gear into RV dealerships across the country.
A longtime Cherry Creek jewelry store is expanding in the neighborhood and will move into an upcoming retail space on Columbine Street.