CarLotz raised $300M when it went public in January with plans to expand nationally, but its stock price has trended downward ever since.
Tharp Cabinet Co.’s new location at 621 Kalamath St., Suite 100 is just north of where the Sixth Avenue freeway turns into West Sixth Avenue. It will feature about 4,000 square feet of display space.
Truewerk, which sells directly to consumers, will use the funding to increase production and seasonal inventory.
The building at 4950 E. Hampden Ave. had previously been leased by Tony’s Meats and Market and later by Marczyk Fine Foods, but they never moved in.
Leaves of Three, which specializes in hydroponic plants but also sells soil-based plants, just opened at 1600 Boulder St.
A developer wants to build a 995-square-foot coffee shop building on the property, which has been undeveloped since at least 2011.
The Silicon Valley company, which makes its products with wool from merino sheep and fiber from trees and sugarcane, is also opening an outpost in Boulder.
“This is a modern-day David vs. Goliath case, and we’re packing a full Ball Hammock,” said Shinesty’s CEO of its fight over men’s underwear trademarks with Tommy John.
Dog House Denver at 5010 E. Colfax Ave. will offer retail goods, daycare, grooming, boarding and training services in 6,500 square feet of space.
Restore Hyper Wellness + Cryotherapy, which already has two spots in the Denver area, will be adding five more around the state.