For the fourth month in a row, Cherry Hills Village has notched the highest-priced home sale in the area, this time with a $4 million mansion with a courtyard and salt-water pool.
The owner of a 10-year-old bike retail business is changing gears to focus on a new startup, packing up his 38th Avenue shop and selling a Baker spin-off.
After a couple of unsuccessful Kickstarter attempts, a startup that makes multi-function belts for emergencies has nearly $10,000 in its pocket to begin distribution of the product.
Leaving its leasing days behind, a rel estate firm is tackling the renovation of a South Broadway property to use as its new home base.
A taco restaurant at Sixth and Grant shut down abruptly after more than two years in business.
After raising $2 million earlier this year, a home sensor software company is already diving into a second raise, this time shooting for $1 million.
The major outdoor gear chain has lined up its third Colorado location and will build a 57,000-square-foot store along E-470.
For nearly four decades a New York developer – with several Manhattan skyscrapers to his credit – has assembled land near DU. And he’s finally ready to start building a 250-unit apartment complex.
A trio of Denver apartment buildings are sold, and a sports apparel shop leases more than 20,000 square feet of office space in Englewood.
A software startup that syncs a smartphone app to lawn sprinklers recently closed a round of capital fundraising and also landed an integration and funding agreement with Amazon.