Colorado universities had record fund increases between 2020 and 2021, then losses in the fiscal year that ended June 30. But they’re still ahead.
“They’re trying to get me out of there,” said the owner of the Gravel Pit at 2014 S. University Blvd., who claims he’s being targeted by police.
“At some point it’s like pushing a boulder up a hill,” Asbury Provisions co-owner Chris Topham said of staffing and pandemic challenges.
A five-story, 235-unit complex is planned for the 1.3 acre site. The deal works out to about $209 a square foot.
“Technology is convenient, so why not have it in a convenience store?” said Choice Market’s founder of paying with an app instead of a cashier.