Two notable raises include a healthier Pringle and a robot that can plow snow and cut grass.
Ghost kitchens produce food exclusively for delivery.
The company now has raised a total of $7 million.
Both opened in July 2019 and attributed their decisions to the coronavirus.
There’s a new name atop 17th Street Plaza.
The company told the state that its 137 employees will lose their jobs in July and August.
Denver-based Lux Templum said that it owes $2.8 million, and has assets worth $421,985.
Mike Mojica quit his job as an aerospace engineer three years ago to focus on Outdoor Element.
The company said in March 2019 that it had leased the entire building at 2323 Delgany St.
“We’re a creative company, and he’s a finance guy, which feels like oil and water, but he really got us,” Anthony Franco said.