The Boulder-based manufacturer of several iconic camping brands was sold to a California firm with plans to bring sleeping bag manufacturing stateside.
Two developers with large-scale projects under their belts have come together to combine their varying skill sets that include retail, senior living and industrial space.
A Lakewood property in use by the U.S. Department of Energy was scooped up by a D.C.-based REIT that leases out nearly 2 million square feet to federal government agencies.
From “wake-and-bake” breakfasts to 4:20 p.m. happy hours, a Colfax inn caters to the marijuana tourism industry. And after a successful year in business, the operators are moving to buy the property and expand the concept.
Following in the footsteps of the Taxi development in RiNo, a Phoenix-based firm has broken ground on a $60 million 270-unit apartment project in the neighborhood.
Three IT consultants have teamed up to launch an online service that they compare to a Yelp for finding tech contractors.
The winter gear retailer has signed a lease on a massive Littleton space that it’s used in the past for seasonal events. The space – about twice the size of the biggest Christy Sports – will allow the company to push its patio furniture business year-round.
A Lakewood housing authority is overhauling an empty office building and starting new construction that will bring nearly 160 apartments to Alameda Avenue, with most reserved for low-income tenants.
The national internet phone company sealed the deal to buy a local VoIP provider for more than $25 million in cash and stocks as it transitions into a focus on business clients.
The tech boom is pushing a software-oriented gym concept into Denver. A software engineer is launching a 14th Avenue fitness franchise that will include computerized machines to customize workouts.