The restaurant group behind several area dining and bar spots has sold off its Uptown land for more than $11 million to a developer with plans for more than 300 apartments.
The 16th Street Mall shopping center changed hands in late June.
A longtime Western-style retailer has launched limited-edition shirt line to coincide with the Avett Brothers’ upcoming Red Rocks concert.
Preparing for an aggressive expansion, a grocery store has a new Berkeley location underway in the longtime home of Elitch Lanes.
An Old Cherry Hills home less than 10 years old sold for about $3.8 million last month, capping June’s area residential sales.
A major health insurer leases 80,000 square feet in Englewood and several other large leases close in Denver, Colorado Springs, Boulder and more.
A developer broke ground on a $240 million apartment project at Union Station Wednesday that will also include a Whole Foods.
With a $2 million investment boost in hand, a RiNo video management company has plans to add offices in new cities and further develop its platform.
After getting their bike pedal adapter off the ground with help from crowdfunding last year, two DU grads are raking in more support for version 2.0.
As the area around Welton Street booms with new construction, a 120-year old property will add to the area’s rehab projects with plans for new office and retail space.