A new brewery opened near Broadway and Evans on Valentine’s Day, and with its own kegging, canning and quality control equipment, it has plans to expand quickly over the year.
A Denver skate shop is making a $1 million expansion into a new market with plans to open more locations across the country.
A real estate advertising agency has bought some property of its own and is planning renovations to the 1930’s former grade school building in Baker.
A community center buys more than 23,000 square feet in Aurora and a firm buys a Federal Boulevard apartment complex for $5.6 million.
A restaurant along East Colfax Avenue has been closed by the state for falling behind on more than $12,000 in property taxes and is also under fire from its landlord.
A Lakewood hospice that has sat empty for more than a year is set to be revived by its new owner and developer and a $3 million overhaul of the property.
Volunteer opportunities, kickball games, crawfish boils and cookie decorating parties are a few examples of events being posted on a startup website that combines some of the functions of sites like Facebook and Meetup.
Downtown Denver’s $78 million senior living facility – which contains 205 apartments in two wings, a pool and a fitness center – hosted its grand opening ceremony Wednesday.
A startup is pumping more than $4 million into its muscle-monitoring technology that allows athletic coaches and trainers to prevent athlete injuries.
An Arvada entrepreneur is getting his retail startup off the ground with handmade ski masks and hats made in Nepal. And he has plans to ramp up production throughout the year.