A new arrival to the local real estate market is launching into construction on a low-income apartment project in Westwood, and a Baker nonprofit will be moving in, too.
After going into hibernation during the recession, a Golden business is sprouting farms in suburbs and developments around Colorado and across the country.
A corner of East Colfax Avenue is losing its hot dog and pizza restaurants, but a new taco concept is moving into one of the spaces.
A $4 million undertaking will more than double a nonprofit’s Lakewood facility, allow it to expand and add programs for people with autism and other disabilities and hire up to 100 more workers.
In one fell swoop, a real estate firm has booked its first warehouse park tenant and lined up a redevelopment project on Platte Street.
Keeping up its fast-paced expansion, a local gym chain has added new locations near Stapleton and in LoHi, and its owner doesn’t intend to slow down yet.
A Cherokee Street cannabis business is building out a space nearby that’s 10 times the size of its current facility with plans to add more locations over the next two years.
A brewery sensitive to the dietary demands of gluten-free drinkers will launch next week in Lakewood, hoping to capitalize on the growing gluten-free industry.
A City Park studio listed on Airbnb nets $1,000 per month in profit. But for some of the website’s users hoping to make a quick buck, renting out their extra space is a cat-and-mouse game with landlords looking to crack down on lease breakers.
A $7 million land purchase has reserved a Maryland hotel operator a spot downtown, right next to another dual-hotel project currently underway.