The city approved a compromise noise plan Friday for Number 38, which has an 18,000-square-foot patio with a stage.
Platte Street convenience store, tech firm’s testing ground, closes after four years
“It’s not worth the cost of our cash and certainly not worth the cost of the real estate,” Impulsify founder Janine Williams said.
Downtown mini golf restaurant Urban Putt selling to Australian firm
Get ready for Holey Moley. Changes are in store.
Joybird is latest furniture brand planning Cherry Creek showroom
The space was previously home to kitchen supply retailer Sur La Table.
Dog park with self-serve beer taps coming to Jefferson Park
“The customer is not somebody who comes to buy beer, the customer is the dog. It’s a private club for the dog,” said co-owner Layton Judd.
In Fort Collins, a new Foothills — again
“This is not just another mall renovation. You need to un-mall. You need to de-mall this site,” said a McWhinney employee.
Arapahoe Square office furniture firm reopening nearly year after fire
While the June 3 fire in an adjacent abandoned building didn’t breach Merchants Office Furniture’s property at 2261 N. Broadway, it caused severe smoke and water damage. Support beams were broken, the roof needed replacing, the shared property wall was damaged and nearly everything inside had to be tossed out.
Shane Co. founder created subsidiary to pay girlfriends, ex-exec says
The former CEO of Shepherd’s Stone, which marketed stones that revealed a cross in certain lighting, says she’s owed at least $500,000.
Vail Resorts shuttering 19 retail and rental shops in three mountain towns
The closures come a year after the company’s retail subsidiary also made changes to its Bicycle Village brand.
Developer planning apartments buys Globeville lot once eyed by Home Depot
“It’s a shame it didn’t happen,” said Jason Winkler, who was involved with plans to top the store with office and residential towers.