A six-bedroom mansion in Cherry Hills Village on 2.5 acres and with a pool and bowling alley fetched $6.5 million last month,
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
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.
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.
Tons of retail leases this week, plus a law firm leases more space downtown.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The owners of rival apartments housing students from downtown Denver’s Auraria campus once again are feuding in federal court.