With help from a Devil’s Food chef, a new restaurant long in the works has debuted in Sunnyside — with a special appetite for everyone’s favorite breakfast side.
Only open for a few months, the Sprouts grocery store in Platt Park was quickly sold by its developer to an investor for more than $13 million.
With dozens more studios popping up across the country, the yoga giant is strengthening its corporate space in a leap from the Highlands to RiNo.
Citing $19 million in debt, a Golden gold mining firm is descending into bankruptcy and is asking for $4 million from existing creditors to keep business running.
The owners of an already massive and still growing industrial park in Adams County have scooped up another 530 acres that they think can accommodate 7 million additional square feet of development.
An app used by the Broncos, Chipotle and Starz has raked in another $2 million between 18 investors in a short capital raise.
MillerCoors leases 26,000 square feet in Denver, Bridgestone and Kaiser sign massive leases, and several smaller properties in the area are sold.
Problems with pesticides on marijuana from a local grower have caused the recall of more than 20 concentrate products made by another Denver company.
A redevelopment project on Welton Street is bringing a new restaurant concept to the table, with the owner of the local Syrup breakfast chain signed on to the bottom floor.
With three more locations to open in the Denver area in the next few months and many more in the works, a fast-casual chain has settled a lawsuit and agreed to change its name.