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.
The Lumina apartment project in the Highlands is quickly filling up with tenants. Take a peek inside the distinctive building.
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 downtown hotel is shuffling things around in its Curtis Street building to make room for its own fitness center.
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.
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.
Another large oil company is folding its Denver office, leaving its 40,000-square-foot downtown space up for grabs.
After raising $2 million from a single investor, the Blake Street-based photo sharing site is after another $3 million.
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.
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.