Guests staying at Union Station have a new way to ride in style – a hotel-owned Tesla.
The Broadway restaurant and entertainment venue announced plans yesterday for a $6 million second Denver location in the former Stapleton air traffic control center. And the company said it’s planning another location farther south.
A 270-unit apartment building is taking the place of a former Denver Public Schools building as other residential and hotel developments go up around it in the neighborhood.
After her studio property was sold, a yoga instructor is relocating and starting plans for a second concept that includes a restaurant.
Fifty more apartments are coming to Tennyson Street. Riverpoint Partners last month bought about 0.4 acres at 3860 and 3868 Tennyson St. with plans to build a new apartment building across the street from the Elitch Lanes bowling alley, which is itself being converted into a Natural Grocers. “There’s only a few pockets like this… Read more »
A local pack retailer is making big strides this year, including its first brick-and-mortar store, a new line expansion overseas.
A new bakery is rolling into a long-vacant space next to Rosenberg’s bagels and will bring European pastries to the Five Points neighborhood.
A Denver restaurant has closed down both of its locations, leaving prime real estate on Blake Street up for grabs.
In the second recent inter-brewery dispute over naming rights, a local beer maker was sued by a Minnesota company over the brand “Summit Pale Ale.”
Mayor Michael Hancock visited Rosenberg’s Bagels yesterday for a panel discussion about small business.