The so-called “micro apartments” have come to Denver’s Highlands neighborhood a year after a developer placed a big bet on the diminutive dwelling units.
After a two-year battle, a handful of landlords in Cap Hill have sold their properties to make way for an eight-story apartment project abutting Trader Joe’s.
A Denver-based retailer is stepping into a new market with its first sandals, produced by national footwear brand Chaco and designed specifically for anglers.
A Boulder restaurant group with several spots in Denver is suing a Loveland restaurant for infringing on its name and logo.
A Denver architecture firm is trying its hand at development with a 14-townhome project on Downing Street.
A San Diego firm has purchased an Uptown parking lot zoned for a 16-story building, but the REIT has no development plans for the site.
An entrepreneur has launched an HR firm that caters to other small businesses, giving them a hand with staffing, payroll and more for a flat rate.
Husband-and-wife entrepreneurs have started up their first business, a bagel shop in Sloan’s Lake.
A Denver development firm will soon break ground on 75 new apartments on Colfax Avenue – but it’s hoping to sell the land and the plans instead.
A $94 million healthcare nonprofit has zeroed in on the site for its new headquarters and hopes to start building over the Uptown parking lot in the fall.