Founded in the 1860s, Frye opened its first retail store in Manhattan five years ago, and will soon launch in Denver.
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“When you look at what’s going on in Union Station, it’s natural that that whole area will move from Union Station and LoDo right down Brighton Boulevard,” said Ed Haselden, one of the developers.
Sports Authority is shredding sponsorship deals and breaching leases, but it can’t avoid attorney’s fees.
Camping gear manufacturer The Coleman Company, which has an office in Golden, has sued its former director of sales for breaking a non-compete agreement when he bolted to rival outfitter Exxel Outdoors.
On Monday, the Downtown Denver Partnership (DDP) and the Downtown Denver Business Improvement District said they are choosing among a dozen private security contractors seeking a contract to patrol downtown, especially around the Mall.
A boutique that sends a stylist to a customer’s home is making a beeline for Cherry Creek North for its second location.
A dumpster diver rifles through the refuse behind the Sports Castle for a few last bargains. The store closed for good over the weekend.
LiveWell Colorado and a network of other nonprofits and government agencies will launch Double Up Food Bucks Colorado on July 1 using a $500,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
CEO, chief marketing officer have left the beleaguered retailer, with hundreds more to exit
The Sports Authority location at 10th and Broadway — known as the Sports Castle — will close for good on Sunday, according to several clerks working at the store.