A theater company has raised the curtain on a revamped home after a $250,000 fundraiser and upgrades to its renovated church property.
The long-standing Southern comfort food spot shut down last week, and its Five Points property sold well above its asking rate for $630,000.
Landing spots in a new Aurora development and on South Pearl Street, a local ice cream chain will bring its total to six locations by next summer.
With new locations in the works in Lakewood and Wyoming, a local pizza brand is switching up its image, in part to distance itself from a quickly-expanding national chain.
Two bike industry friends are hoping to fill a hole in the Arvada market left by another shop’s closure and will also provide some services on wheels of their own.
Finally breaking the Cherry Hills Village streak, a Greenwood Village property landed the top sale price for residential sales in the area last month.
A startup that helps salespeople improve their pitches has closed a deal of its own, drawing in several investors in a $6 million capital raise.
A string of celebrity investors and media attention surrounded a Denver powdered medicine startup with much fanfare and about $30 million in capital, but it was acquired last month in a stock deal valued at about $3.3 million.
With its first Denver employee getting a new office up and running, a North Carolina marketing company is hoping to target the local telecommunications and tech firms.
After helping bring in a $5.5 million gift from J.P. Morgan, a CU Denver director is hoping to build the school’s relationship with its alumni and hopefully bring in more individual donations.