Donnie Criswell founded Denver Modern with his wife Lindsey after a decade of custom-making furniture. The collection ranges in price from $400 for a fireplace holder to $5,000 for a dining room table.
The California-based chain had been at 225 E. 20th Ave. for more than a decade.
Julie Adams started Pakems in 2011, but a 2017 Kickstarter campaign prompted an issue she’s just now overcome.
Denver entrepreneur Alex Gobel launched a portable speaker line at 21. Eleven years later, he’s targeting an older demographic with Vesica.
Acme spokesman Bill Latham attributed the pending closure to soft local demand for brick, and the high cost of shipping brick from Castle Rock to markets with more demand.
Denver-based VanWest Partners converted the seven-story building at 920 Grant St. into a self-storage facility, but incorporated some retail to ‘help activate the area.’
Dallas-based Lincoln Property Co. purchased the home of PetSmart and Bed Bath & Beyond last week.
The Lone Tree mall is home to the second “Amazon 4-star” store in the country, offering assorted highly reviewed products; the first opened in Manhattan in September.
Bad Axe Throwing already has one location just north of Denver, and founder Mario Zelaya said he’s under contract to purchase the building at 2235 Arapahoe St.
The local chain, known for its breakfast burritos, closed its location at 2907 Huron St. last week.