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Mexican eatery planting flag in Aurora project

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The upcoming Stanley Marketplace development just outside of Stapleton is adding a new restaurant to its lineup: a Mexican spot with locations at the Source and in Longmont.

College sparks apartment tower project

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What began as a trade school’s search for more parking turned into a $14 million land deal and a plan for an expanded campus and apartment high-rise in partnership with a local developer.

Co-working brand grabs Austin outpost

A shared office company with two locations around Denver is stretching into the Texas startup scene with plans for a seventh location to open there by February.

Software firm powering up $4.5M raise

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A 4-year-old local software company that works with retailers has already raised about 70 percent of its $4.5 million fundraising goal.

Burger chain takes big bite of Colo. market

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A San Francisco burger and grilled cheese joint is taking on the Denver food scene with a shop opening next month on the 16th Street Mall, along with four other restaurants along the Front Range.

Boulder firm buys huge complex for $43M

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A 700,000-square-foot, fully leased industrial facility changed hands this week, marking a Boulder real estate company’s first foray into the Denver market.

New event service tackles local corporate calendar

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Events like group pizza-tossing lessons and scavenger hunts are among new options for post-work get-togethers, as a Chicago event planning company settles into its first local office.

RiNo apartment rush squeezing in more units

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A $15 million apartment complex is rising at 35th and Larimer, and the developer is reserving some space for a handful of micro-apartments under 350 square feet.

Curtis Park floated for 100 new homes

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Two development companies are teaming up on a new plan to bring more for-sale housing to the Curtis Park neighborhood, and also hope to revamp a small farm and park.

Pot B&B takes copyright fight to court

The company behind three marijuana-centered bed and breakfasts has sued a pot-friendly travel site for allegedly ripping off its name and logos and trying to ride its coattails.