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Fitness startup bets on comeback of the workout tape

The prominence of group fitness classes has motivated a startup to rethink the old-school exercise video, and the company is rolling out a platform for gyms to share recorded workouts online.

Startup tries adult onesies on for size

Carrying a childhood closet throwback into the grown-up world, two Crocs employees are launching a new clothing company focused on one thing: the onesie.

Financial firm’s closure cues 224 layoffs

A financial company is winding down its operations in the Denver Tech Center and will be letting go of its entire staff in waves between September and June.

Custom bike startup gaining traction

A maker of customized bikes raised nearly $90,000 on Kickstarter last year. And now the company is hoping to roll out more designs and is hoping for a $500,000 capital raise.

Korean BBQ concept dishing out new spot

The owner of two Korean barbecue joints is firing up a third location on Broadway, where he plans to expand on the concept’s bar scene.

Wash Park church sold for $1M

A new buyer has stepped in to take over a 100-year-old Wash Park church property that fielded plenty of requests from developers.

Co-working space launches in the Highlands

A local couple has turned an old furniture shop into a small co-working space in the heart of the Highlands aimed to encourage collaboration among its tenants.

Chick-fil-A plans trip back to DIA’s food court

After about 10 years away from the Denver airport, the chicken chain is hoping to once again land a spot there, and the matter is set to go before City Council today.

Jefferson Park home market getting a bump

The busy residential market in Jefferson Park is getting 18 new townhomes, and the project’s developer has its eye on nearby land for another dozen units.