An art supply shop and gallery is taking over a former gift shop on Broadway and more than doubling its current space.
Three beer veterans have teamed up to launch a Five Points brewery that speaks to the neighborhood’s history as a jazz hotspot.
With state regulations on marijuana sales loosened late last year, growers and sellers are joining an locally based online exchange for wholesale pot.
A 30,000-square-foot lot is sold in Wheat Ridge, a fashion retailer grabs space in Denver Pavilions and a handful of residential and office properties change hands.
A developer with 300-apartment plans for the former United Way headquarters land was issued $36 million in building permits in late March.
Construction on a $15 million 95-unit apartment complex in Lakewood is rolling along with plans to open to tenants this summer.
A ski resort planner who got his start with Vail as a college intern is filling the role of mountain planner for two Denver resorts.
After hitting the market on Friday, a century-old movie house turned ’70s porn shack has already solicited three buyers. Cost of admission? $2.7 million.
Just up Detroit Street from a recent apartment project, a developer is digging into a new $8 million 50-unit complex in City Park.
A nearly 300-unit apartment complex near the DTC was sold last month for $45 million, and the new owner plans to pump another $5.5 million into renovations.