Two Denver coffee roasters have blended their companies, giving the buyer a retail boost and putting a 50-year-old coffee staple under new ownership.
With the massive CU Hospital project building more than 1,000 residential units, along with commercial space, another development team is scooping up land nearby to add 100 more apartments next door.
An advertising company that normally has its energy aimed at shooting commercials is rolling out a new venture: a crowdfunded iPhone case to enhance filming and editing capabilities for amateur videographers.
With plans for more than 50 bikes, flat-screen TVs and a DJ booth, a fitness brand is setting up its first area location in Greenwood Village, and its franchise owners have plans for two more.
After a six-year streak, a CrossFit studio hosted its last workout on Friday.
With several large suburban apartment projects in its local portfolio, a developer is starting site work and demolition to make way for another 200 units in City Park.
A Ballpark Indian restaurant is cooking up plans for a second location set to open this winter and has an eye out for more potential spots in the future.
A 15-acre property with a renovated farmhouse, barn and horse pasture topped July’s home sales with an $11 million price tag.
A women’s fashion shop will vacate its Platte Street storefront by the end of the month.
Turning its roasting expertise onto cocoa beans, a Cap Hill coffee shop is experimenting with its own line of chocolate and is shopping for space to churn out the new product.