With a $2 million investment boost in hand, a RiNo video management company has plans to add offices in new cities and further develop its platform.
After getting their bike pedal adapter off the ground with help from crowdfunding last year, two DU grads are raking in more support for version 2.0.
As the area around Welton Street booms with new construction, a 120-year old property will add to the area’s rehab projects with plans for new office and retail space.
A Mexican restaurant on Colfax Avenue has seized a new space a few blocks east near Aurora.
EVIVA Cherokee, a 274-unit apartment tower at 1250 Cherokee St., broke ground two weeks ago. It’s a joint venture between Denver’s Charter Realty Group and Atlanta-based Integral Group.
A year after its first venture into Stapleton, an out-of-town hotel developer is closing a reservation for 112 more rooms.
After popping the top on the canned wine market, a RiNo winemaker is adding a fizzy drink made with Palisade peaches to its list of single-serve cocktails in aluminum packaging.
A diverse and meaty pipeline this week with lots of office expansions and some investment sales.
A California firm is buying an e-commerce startup in RiNo, with the latter’s employees staying put. Santa Barbara-based Warp 9 will purchase online storefront builder Indaba by the end of September. The two companies will combine their web retail services to create Indaba Group, a Denver-based subsidiary with an office in California. “There are a… Read more »
The drive-in is making a comeback with a new theater that opened in June.