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Longtime lawyer starts mediation firm

After stepping down from a large firm this summer, a local lawyer is launching into his own independent mediation business.

College campus, call center shutting down

Shortly after cutting more than 100 jobs from a Thornton call center, an education nonprofit is closing the facility down, along with a college campus in Aurora.

Yoga chain grabs another studio on Platte

With another location in the works in Stapleton, a Denver yoga brand has stepped into a new studio on Platte Street near the REI.

Distillery kicks off $2M capital raise

Hoping to expand the reach of its new canned cocktail, a Ballpark distillery has launched a capital raise and is already nearly halfway to its goal.

Country club unveils $24M clubhouse plans

With plans for a huge gym, a pool, kids’ area and indoor golf simulator, a Littleton country club is overhauling its clubhouse in hopes of maxing out membership.

Flat-fee brokerage moving into Fort Collins

After stirring up some controversy over its policies in Denver, a residential real estate brokerage is planning its next move into a new home market.

The Pipeline: Commercial real estate roundup for Sept. 18, 2015

Several massive leases are signed in the Denver area, including the state’s 165,000 square feet, Time Warner’s 88,000-square-foot space on Airport Way, and King Soopers’ plans for a gas station. Plus an accounting firm leases 18,000 sf downtown.