The so-called “micro apartments” have come to Denver’s Highlands neighborhood a year after a developer placed a big bet on the diminutive dwelling units.
After a two-year battle, a handful of landlords in Cap Hill have sold their properties to make way for an eight-story apartment project abutting Trader Joe’s.
A developer is tearing down a vacant office building in City Park as he weighs redevelopment options for the site.
A Denver-based retailer is stepping into a new market with its first sandals, produced by national footwear brand Chaco and designed specifically for anglers.
Another new brewery is joining the RiNo lineup, and its owners already have plans to push production and start distributing to bars and stores.
A Boulder restaurant group with several spots in Denver is suing a Loveland restaurant for infringing on its name and logo.
A Denver architecture firm is trying its hand at development with a 14-townhome project on Downing Street.
With his backcountry beer business outgrowing its current space, an entrepreneur is moving into new territory: bars.
An entrepreneur has launched an HR firm that caters to other small businesses, giving them a hand with staffing, payroll and more for a flat rate.
Two Lakewood properties sell for a combined $1.3 million and an unnamed buyer scoops up 17 apartments in Castle Rock.