Lakewood’s Solera National Bank has one branch and six corporate aircraft. Its chairman, a jetsetter on TikTok, denies taking them to games.
The Stevinson family sold their car dealerships in late 2021, but still own the real estate beneath them, as well as other land around Colorado Mills mall.
More than a year after the Denver City Council OK’d the zones for drinking to-go alcoholic beverages, no one has applied for one.
Architects and public information advocates disagree whether the public needs to see building plans in an era of mass shootings.
He said it’s “a stretch” to call the restaurant critical infrastructure but some information such as camera locations could help a shooter.
“I definitely prefer owning,” said Rise & Shine’s owner, who paid about $800,000 for a building he’s converting. “I’m also the best landlord I’ve ever had.”
The online retailer claims in a lawsuit that a 3 percent sales tax places “an undue burden on interstate commerce.” Lakewood declined to comment.
Greenwood Village-based Outside Capital owes nearly $1.2 million to 16 creditors and seeks Chapter 11 protection.
Some of the 200 tenants displaced when the Adams County facility closed last year landed at a coworking space opened by Denver-based Thrive Workplace.
For the last 38 years, Dwayne Clark has been coming in every day at 4 a.m. and staying until close at 3 p.m. with his wife Tammy.