With 30 months under its belt, a Jefferson Park menswear boutique is buttoning up the business and getting ready to close.
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It paid $9.5 million on Tuesday for a 45,000-square-foot retail shell on Arapahoe Road at Interstate 25.
The cooler features a pull-out tray for easy layering of food, a detachable cutting board, cup holders and a bottle opener, and OtterBox claims it retains ice for 14 days.
The secretive tech giant is working a deal for around 15,000 square feet of office and is close to a deal in the Dairy Block.
The electric car company has put down a flag in the Cherry Creek Shopping Center, wallpapering a storefront between J. Crew and Talbots on the lower level of the mall.
A clothing company started by the wife and son of Lululemon’s founder said Wednesday it is closing all stores in the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia.
A maker of beet-based beverages for dogs and cats opened the dog ‘wine’ bar and bakery at 11th and Broadway this month.
After five years fighting for a toehold in the mountain bike industry, a Denver brand is expanding its local presence with more production space and a new line of bikes.
The store is likely to move into ground-floor retail space on the south block of the mall last occupied by Victoria’s Secret.
A Denver entrepreneur converted his office at an Adams County coworking space into a showroom for his startup’s lightweight construction wear.