Board game players are now rolling dice instead of logs at a former Denver lumberyard.
Chris Hynes is planting the seeds for the second outpost of his fast casual brand Superfruit Republic – and this time he’s opted for ground-floor retail in a shiny new apartment tower downtown.
Manuel and Erica Baca are giving an oft-attempted, if somewhat beleaguered, beer-and-dog park combo to Littleton with their planned brewery Off Leash Ales.
The Eye Academy of America, which shares headquarters and executives with eye surgery company ICON Eyecare, disclosed the raise in an SEC filing on July 11.
The guy who led the Broncos to their first two Super Bowl titles is looking for one more big-time win in Denver.
The new location will be a 4,580-square-foot diner with a drive-thru window and outdoor seating at the corner of Dartmouth and S. Broadway.
Denver-based Optiv, which advises customers on how to prevent, detect and clean up after security breaches, opened a funding round on June 20 and has landed $2 million in new investment.
The company will sell 32 styles of high-end, Japanese-made knives to chefs and cooking enthusiasts.
It’s the company’s second West Colfax acquisition in recent years after buying a new commercial kitchen for Little Man Ice Cream next door in 2014.
Former advertising darling Factory Design Labs has been sued for stiffing media outlets on a $50,000 bill. Last week, New York-based National Cable Communications (NCC), which purchases ad space on pay TV and other media on behalf of advertisers, joined several magazines that claim the Cherry Creek-based firm failed to pay its bills. NCC sued… Read more »