Another Walnut street industrial property sold last week for more than $5.5 million as its owner plans a move to North Broadway.
Adding more real estate and a new concept to its portfolio, a large restaurant group bought a Cherry Creek sports grill for $4 million. And the company has expansive upgrades in the works.
Despite millions in venture capital, an eco-friendly garage company shut down its Denver location last week, just a few months after closing its Boulder shop.
The founder of a personal injury firm has left the company behind, citing a differing vision for the firm’s future.
After buying a massive foreclosed development near Parker, a Denver firm is bringing the project back to life with the first of 120 homes under construction.
An ice cream shop that opened about two years ago in downtown Littleton is expanding onto the quickly changing Platte Street.
“It’s the most-ordered cocktail in Colorado right now, and we’re the first one to market it,” Mile High Spirits co-owner Joe von Feldt said of the company’s bet on the Moscow Mule.
With a string of restaurants and a grocery store moving into the area, a developer is plotting a $23 million small apartment project on the growing Tennyson Street strip.
Apartment buildings in Lakewood and on Pearl Street change hands and a 191,000-square-foot flex space fetches $9.7 million.
An international co-working brand with more than $300 million in venture capital is eyeing 170,000 square feet of Denver office space in three neighborhoods, including an outpost across the street from Denver’s darling of co-working.