A LoHi shirt and suit maker busting at the seams is about to slip into an office with a little more breathing room.
The complaints filed last week mark the first time former employees have become the target of the defunct retailer’s legal ire.
The company’s website says a Denver store is coming soon on East Second Avenue, at the former Harman’s restaurant space at the corner of Fillmore Street.
The pending closure is one of more than 150 Kmart and Sears locations that parent company Sears Holdings announced it would shut down earlier this week.
Edgewater-based pancake mix maker Birch Benders scored a national distribution deal that will put its just-add-water mixes on the shelf of every Whole Foods nationwide.
A small trinket shop on South Broadway is shutting down after more than five years.
An outdoor apparel maker that got its start in Telluride before moving out of state plans to trek back to the Colorado Rockies next year when it opens a new store in downtown Golden.
An Arapahoe County Mercedes-Benz dealership is hoping to drive out a competitor before it can pull into Centennial.
It covers a mattress the company has been developing for the U.S. army over the past six years.
The iconic Sportscastle on 10th and Broadway has a new tenant, at least for a weekend in December: A pop-up market for products, food and drinks made in Colorado.