The seller’s late husband operated restaurant Strings in the building along 17th Avenue for 25 years, up until his death in 2011.
PlayerLync CEO on growth in pro sports: “Once you’re in with a few, it’s a small-enough industry that you can almost become the standard quickly.”
City official: “Our process depends on a number of planning decisions, but we would expect to start moving some personnel into the building in 2020.”
Burgers at Kuma’s Corner have names like the Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath and Iron Maiden.
Son Ian Burks on the name: “We ended up with Ohm because it’s an electrical term that’s easy to play off — something like, ‘Join the resistance against bad beer.’”
Schnitzer West also recently purchased a site in the Denver Tech Center.
Vital Outdoors fills a space that had been empty since 2017.
The buildings were sold by Illinois-based Inland Private Capital, which paid $18.8 million for them in 2015.
“It will be really convenient for tenants here at Colorado Center, as well as for commuters,” a Lincoln Property Co. official said, noting the nearby light-rail station.
Go Fast has been around since 2001. “We survived all the big boys like Red Bull and Monster and Rockstar,” an exec says.