Firefly Furnishings is closing shop at 3rd and Columbine streets after seven years in business, and the business is liquidated the current merchandise.
Paul and Heather Clift are floating a new business idea to help Denverites unplug and unwind.
After three years of selling its dresses and jewelry from a Larimer Square basement shop, a woman’s boutique is moving up. Grace Buttorff and Hailee Satterfield are expanding their women’s clothing store, Hailee Grace, to a street-level storefront in Larimer Square this spring. “(Larimer Square) was our starter spot, it was our test of concept,”… Read more »
SOL: Store of Lingerie, which opened at 3rd Avenue and Detroit Street in 1997, is moving to 6th Avenue at the end of the spring.
A local startup fueled by grass-fed beef is again saddling up to investors.
Ivivva, an athletic clothing line for girls, is headed to the mall.
After six years on Platte Street, Denver attire brand Jiberish is preparing to move to RiNo.
Steve Weil has collected 1,000 of the brand’s Western shirts — and uses them to inspire new designs today.
Snarf’s is growing both its store and its menu in Capitol Hill. The Boulder-based sandwich shop is expanding its 11th Avenue and Ogden Street location and hopes to add its burger concept, Snarfburger, to the Cap Hill eatery. Operations Director Doug Besant said this will give one of Snarf’s busiest locations some much-needed space. “That… Read more »
On Wednesday, the beleaguered Englewood-based retailer filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy to restructure $1.1 billion in debt while it looks to sell the business and shed underperforming stores. In an internal memo to employees obtained by BusinessDen, CEO Mike Fost said Sports Authority has struggled to compete as shoppers increasingly buy sports equipment and apparel online.