Expanding distribution into a new European country, a local company that manufactures a kit for easily swapping ski bindings is hoping to make some more headway abroad and in new sports.
The New York co-working giant has grabbed space in a new Platte Street project, pushing its downtown space to about 120,000 square feet between two buildings.
A new Five Points yoga studio is warming up ahead of its grand opening next week and held its first classes on Saturday.
Expanding on its relationships in Germany and Canada, a local ski manufacturer is opening a pair of new offices abroad that it expects to give a big boost to inventory and revenue.
The owner of a Pearl Street sushi restaurant is tearing up two neighboring lots with plans to add a 150-spot parking structure with a pair of retail spaces.
UC Health subleases 36,000 square feet in Aurora, a trio of apartment complexes on the same street in Littleton change hands for $5 million, and 4 acres on 31st Street in Denver sells for $3.65 million.
A Texas oil company that also has an office in downtown Denver will be laying off 124 employees in its Brighton location, citing a lack of work.
Hoping to expand into the Portland area, a jarred produce company is planning to raise $600,000 – and the jar is about halfway full so far.
A 100-year-old former mortuary building on an Alameda Avenue corner could be revived with development under new owners.
Building a halfway point between hospital care and home, a Denver developer is creating a 100-bed skilled nursing facility for short-term care on Lowry Boulevard.