After 30 years of helping restaurants develop their concepts, Lisa Ruskaup is finally opening an eatery of her own in the shuttered Paris on the Platte coffee shop.
Jiberish, a LoHi apparel company, is shuttering its store along a high-end street in Boston and is also looking for a new location in Denver.
A furniture shop is popping into a new LoHi apartment development, its first of three planned pop-up shows for the year.
A 2-year-old juice bar chain wants to squeeze a lot more out of the business and is on the hunt for more locations around Denver.
A bike retailer is gearing up to launch another shop in Golden, its second expansion in about six months.
After more than 15 years on 32nd Avenue, a retailer is hopping over to Colorado Boulevard under a new name.
The stronghold of Denver’s magicians, Hobbits, knights and Jedi is leaving Cherry Creek after more than 30 years and will recreate its iconic castle in a bigger space on Broadway.
A high-end clothing brand, launched by family of Lululemon’s founder, is planting a flag in Denver along its rapid expansion path. And instead of joining its booming sister company and other national apparel brands in Cherry Creek, the store is settling in up-and-coming RiNo.
With an eye on overtaking camping brands like Coleman, a Colorado Springs company is rolling out a plan to land on the shelves of big-name retailers. And it will have some help from a recent licensing agreement with a major campground operator.
After going dark about four years ago, the former headquarters of an electronic retailer is being converted into a massive warehouse and retail space for a home appliance store.