Another large oil company is folding its Denver office, leaving its 40,000-square-foot downtown space up for grabs.
After raising $2 million from a single investor, the Blake Street-based photo sharing site is after another $3 million.
The 103,000-square-foot space, which has been empty for four years, could be up for redevelopment into multiple retail storefronts under a new owner.
After meeting with King Soopers reps over a rack of ribs, a 17-year-old Denver barbecue chain is stocking the shelves of 150 grocery stores with its sauce.
With a growing client and staff list, an online marketing firm is doubling its space in a jump from RiNo to LoDo.
With pot shops spending big on mandatory testing, a new lab is getting in on the action and has raised more than half of the $1.7 million it needs to get up and running.
Three buddies have just launched a RiNo business that sells tuk tuks, electric trikes that can be used to shuttle goods or passengers. And they’ve got three of the exotic vehicles cruising through downtown Denver picking up fares at $3 a pop.
Looking for a more visible spot since going public last year, a farm-focused real estate firm is hoping to grow its business with a move from the suburbs to the DTC.
A Denver startup is making drinks and dessert a one-scoop stop. The alcoholic ice cream concept opens its first storefront on Colorado Boulevard this weekend.
Maxing out its current facility, a LoDo CrossFit gym is expanding into what it sees as the next up-and-coming neighborhood: RiNo.