Parking company moves past $11M in funding

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ParkiFi Inc., a Denver company that makes devices and software to help garage operators keep their parking lots full, reported $8 million in fresh capital last week, according to SEC documents

Massive sale in the heart of Cherry Creek

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A new owner has scooped up more than 180,000 square feet of prime Cherry Creek retail space and a major First Avenue redevelopment site.

Arrow gains ‘Elevation’ with Super Bowl ad


A local film production house will use Legos to simulate how the building blocks made by Centennial-based Arrow Electronics become rockets and airplanes in the first ad Elevation Digital Media has created for the Super Bowl.

Weins to build 8 townhomes at 32nd/Eliot


Weins Development Group is planning eight townhomes at the corner of 32nd Avenue and Eliot Street. The firm plans to sell homes at $500,000 and $550,000 per unit, a price company CPA Evelyn Weins hopes will undercut some of the pricier homes in the neighborhood.

Cool Planet raises $9.2M for new product

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A Greenwood Village company that turns wood chips into high-octane fuel has completed a $9.2 million capital raise to open up new business as gas prices slump.

Legal speedbump drives Living Airstream to change name

After finding himself in a legal battle with California-based Airstream Inc., Bill Ward is changing the name of his Denver-based Airstream trailer rental company from Living Airstream to Living Mobile.

RiNo’s newest market releases restaurant lineup

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The upcoming Central Market named the 12 tenants slated to move into a renovated RiNo warehouse when the venue opens this spring. The list includes new concepts from restaurateurs behind Il Posto and Old Major.