The busy residential market in Jefferson Park is getting 18 new townhomes, and the project’s developer has its eye on nearby land for another dozen units.
With the demolition of a sandwich chain’s former Broadway building, an Austin taco restaurant is kicking off its 10-shop expansion into the Denver area.
A Denver native and lifelong golfer has launched a startup selling pocket-sized products to help with putting, and the business is spreading to golf courses across the country.
A major gym chain is bulking up its Colorado business with plans for eight more locations, including spots on Colorado Boulevard in Denver and Hampden Avenue in Englewood.
A North City Park property that was formerly home to a YMCA was finally sold earlier this month, and the buyer is planning a residential redevelopment that could add up to 100 units to the neighborhood.
A department store leases space in a Thornton shopping center, a beverage distributor signs on for 500,000 square feet at I-70 and Havana, and a firm buys nearly 200 apartments for almost $20 million.
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.
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.
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.
A 4-year-old local software company that works with retailers has already raised about 70 percent of its $4.5 million fundraising goal.