The office supplier plans to focus on its IT services and expects retail to be less than 20 percent of the company’s sales.
The 56-year-old complex of showrooms in Adams County will be shuttered at the end of March. The property is being sold to a developer.
The owners, who include the vegetarian restaurant’s founder Daniel Landes, also own a small hotel in Mexico.
The proposed transparent, multi-story tower of soon-to-be-purchased cars off I-25 wasn’t actually voted on — just the zoning that would allow it.
Fitness startup CLMBR, which has some famous fitness investors, is taking over the Corner Beet as a new showroom.
The Pop Culture Connection, which opened in 2019 at 1422 W. 104th Ave. and shut down last July, owes $125,000 to eight creditors.
The bookstore at Wynkoop and 16th streets will shut down March 17 and relocate to McGregor Square, the mixed-use project going up next to Coors Field.
Joy Fill, which has been open since 2017, sells refillable, sustainable household cleaners, personal care and beauty products.
Demand from gluten-craving walk-up customers during the pandemic has been so strong that the majority of Grateful Bread’s baked goods no longer go to restaurants.
The bike shop chain, which has four stores in Colorado, sees a market for e-bikes downtown.