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High-end Cherry Creek apartments filling fast

A new $108 million apartment project in Cherry Creek opened its doors to renters this week, and based on the influx of tenants, the developer expects the building to be fully leased before this winter.

Startup bites into medical market

The lightbulb moment that launched a Denver startup struck at an unlikely time: while its co-founder was stuck in a dentist chair. Three years later, the company is about to debut its first product.

Denver burgers arrive in the Middle East

Park Burger opened a location in the Middle East last week, and the restaurant could be a jumping-off point for more restaurants.

Gear maker lands license deal, sets sights on mainstream retail

With an eye on overtaking camping brands like Coleman, a Colorado Springs company is rolling out a plan to land on the shelves of big-name retailers. And it will have some help from a recent licensing agreement with a major campground operator.

Real estate firm buys its Broadway HQ

With the landscape along South Broadway quickly changing, a real estate firm has made the $5 million investment to buy the office building that houses its headquarters.

Indian spot shakes up brand, menu

The owners of a fast-casual Indian food restaurant chain are tweaking their formula to be a little less fast and a little less casual. And then looking to spread to more locations around Denver.

Appliance store restarts vacant warehouse

After going dark about four years ago, the former headquarters of an electronic retailer is being converted into a massive warehouse and retail space for a home appliance store.

Former pilot sues Frontier

An Army veteran and former pilot for the Denver-based airline is taking the company to court over claims it illegally refused to hire him back after a deployment.