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.
A women’s fashion store is adding another store to the Denver family, signing on to the upcoming 250 Columbine project in Cherry Creek.
Finding customers to buy its backcountry skis has been easy compared to a latest bump in the business plan for Rocky Mountain Underground: finding warehouse space in Denver. Meanwhile, the Breckenridge ski company is adding to its apparel line and designing its first skis for women.
An art supply shop and gallery is taking over a former gift shop on Broadway and more than doubling its current space.
The Boulder-based manufacturer of several iconic camping brands was sold to a California firm with plans to bring sleeping bag manufacturing stateside.
The winter gear retailer has signed a lease on a massive Littleton space that it’s used in the past for seasonal events. The space – about twice the size of the biggest Christy Sports – will allow the company to push its patio furniture business year-round.
The electronics retailer has powered down its First Avenue store, leaving a 3,000-square-foot hole in the Cherry Creek shopping lineup.
The giant used car retailer announced that it will build two additional stores this summer in Parker and Loveland.