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Jefferson Park home market getting a bump

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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.

Texas taco shop launches into Denver debut

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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.

Golf gadget startup hitting the green

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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.

24-hour gym strengthens local presence

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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.

Old YMCA sold, with new homes in the works

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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.

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.