Paleo Meals to Go, which produces paleo MREs for backpackers, is pushing to get its product in stores and CrossFit gyms.
An entrepreneur who repurposes old-school Airstream campers is polishing his business model in a turn toward corporate rentals.
Jiberish, a LoHi apparel company, is shuttering its store along a high-end street in Boston and is also looking for a new location in Denver.
After making an appearance on “Shark Tank,” a local startup that makes frozen yogurt for dogs has found a way to get its treats into the hands of more pet lovers.
Denver will soon have a pair of Black Eyes – the Highlands coffee shop will launch its second location in Cap Hill over the summer.
Hoping to catch the incoming train, a nonprofit has scooped up warehouse land with plans to build low-income housing in Elyria-Swansea.
A redevelopment project in Stapleton is filling up fast – and many of its tenants are coming from expanding businesses with locations in the Highlands.
A full pipeline this week, including large industrial property and apartment sales, plus restaurants, retailers and gyms grab space.
A furniture shop is popping into a new LoHi apartment development, its first of three planned pop-up shows for the year.
A 2-year-old juice bar chain wants to squeeze a lot more out of the business and is on the hunt for more locations around Denver.