Turning away from the one-bedroom boom, a local developer is building a nearly 50-unit apartment project in RiNo that will be targeted more toward young families with two-story layouts.
A yoga studio grabs space on Welton Street and an Ohio Avenue retail building changes hands.
A furniture store in Cherry Creek is kicking off a major plan to enlarge its showroom space and is starting demolition at a neighboring former restaurant property.
A late-night delivery bakery is opening its first location in Denver with a storefront on South Broadway.
A newly launched extended-stay concept by Hilton is set for arrival near the Denver Airport, bringing more than 100 rooms to the already bustling airport area.
Two local gym brands are joining forces in an expansion to Stapleton. And their new locations in the old Stanley Aviation building will lead to some joint ventures and moves toward more kid-friendly programming.
With the beard business booming, a local entrepreneur has launched a retail startup to help burly men care for their facial hair.
The founder of a Highlands liquor store is launching a new project next door: a taphouse and pizza restaurant. And he’s getting help from a Highlands head chef and a member of the Frank the Pizza King family.
Three marijuana advocates are again battling the Denver Broncos in court, alleging that the team violated their First Amendment rights in 2014 when it banned their cannabis-themed RV from a lot at Sports Authority Field.
A law firm is launching its own development project and intends to redesign its RiNo office building to create a new work space for smaller practices.