Paul Haseman, a Golden council member, wondered at last week’s meeting if the city was putting its focus in the right place.
A Steamboat Springs tequila company and an Englewood popcorn producer were among companies that reported raising cash.
In response to Arvada and Jefferson County’s lawsuit, Broomfield casts further doubt on the long-delayed highway’s future.
A Golden office sells for $33 million, new Cap Hill apartments fetch $21 million and an investment bank moves into 1144 Fifteenth.
The manufacturer is suing, and being sued by, its founder — who it described as a spy inside his own company.
A downtown Golden building sells, a Globeville industrial property changes hands and Aurora apartments have a new owner.
Michael Coors said his family expects to spend up to $1 billion on the largest redevelopment project in the city’s history and wants additional investors.
The Broncos QB dropped $25M in Cherry Hills Village. Mansions in Belcaro, Golden and Boulder ranged from $6.3 million to $7 million.
Red Silo Coffee Roasters owners Shelley Flood and Greg Pierce are also planning drive-thru locations that look like a grain silo in Broomfield and Arvada.
The 327-acre former ski area had been listed for $26 million. Six parcels are now offered ranging from $2.5 million for undeveloped land to $13.5 million for the one with a 17,000-square-foot home.