Another bike shop bites the dust

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A Congress Park bicycle shop is shutting its doors before the end of the month, the latest in a recent string of cycling store closures.

The Pipeline: Commercial real estate roundup for Oct. 16, 2015

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In the biggest commercial sale this week, an oil company sells its Englewood warehouse for $3.3 million, a lighting company leases more than 60,000 square feet in Denver, and smaller retailers, sports ventures and other businesses grab space around town.

Motorcycle shop kicks off high-gear expansion

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Leaving its 25,000-square-foot shop on South Broadway in the dust, a motorcycle gear store is ready to make the jump into a much larger space its building near Dry Creek.

RV dealer sues Ariz. company over alleged kickback scheme

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After filing a lawsuit in June against one of its former salesmen, an Adams County RV company has filed another suit, this time against the Arizona dealership it accuses of paying its employee kickbacks for discounted RVs.

Second developer takes over Cap Hill church

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After a California firm backed away from a residential redevelopment project at a Cap Hill church property, another developer stepped in last month and bought the building with similar plans in the works.

Breakfast joint sweetens up City Park

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A breakfast and lunch eatery has heavy renovations underway at a City Park space where it plans to open a third location.

British outdoor brand launches on Platte

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Another apparel company has set up shop in the Platte Street outdoor gear corridor and is planning a grand opening late next month.