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Triple-decker driving range tees up in Centennial

Now you’ll finally know exactly how far you hit the golf ball. A Texas driving range operator plans to open a range this summer with balls embedded with computer chips that tell you if you’re a John Daly or a Jim Furyk.

A look inside the LoHi Lumina project

The Lumina apartment project in the Highlands is quickly filling up with tenants. Take a peek inside the distinctive building.

Online shop grabs Brighton storefront

A men’s accessories business that started with 1,000 pairs of cuff links is now moving into a brick-and-mortar space in Brighton.

The Ritz adds to its amenities

The downtown hotel is shuffling things around in its Curtis Street building to make room for its own fitness center.

LoDo shop evicted after police raid

A LoDo clothing shop has been evicted after a raid by DPD. And the owner has started a crowdfunding campaign to cover mounting legal bills.

Casa Bonita center launches farmers market

Quickly landing tenants for its brick-and-mortar spaces, the new owner of the Lakewood shopping center is now filling up the parking lot with a new farmers market.

Photobucket raising another $3M

After raising $2 million from a single investor, the Blake Street-based photo sharing site is after another $3 million.

Long-vacant Lowe’s sold for $13M

The 103,000-square-foot space, which has been empty for four years, could be up for redevelopment into multiple retail storefronts under a new owner.

Barbecue joint signs deal with King Soopers

After meeting with King Soopers reps over a rack of ribs, a 17-year-old Denver barbecue chain is stocking the shelves of 150 grocery stores with its sauce.