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Local firm takes second run at gravel bikes

Local firm takes second run at gravel bikes

Kate Tracy January 12, 2017 0

An international bike maker based in Fort Collins is set to release an updated version of its high-end gravel bike

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The Pipeline: Commercial real estate deals for 1.13.17

The Pipeline: Commercial real estate deals for 1.13.17

Burl Rolett January 12, 2017 0

A new convenience concept moving into a downtown tower and the sale of a development site overlooking Mile High Stadium lead this week's CRE roundup

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Developer clears offices for 100-unit apartment complex

Developer clears offices for 100-unit apartment complex

Burl Rolett January 12, 2017 0

Corum Real Estate plans to tear down a 40-year-old office building next month to make way for $34 million of new apartments

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Bankruptcy a pricey affair for defunct vacation club

Bankruptcy a pricey affair for defunct vacation club

Amy DiPierro January 12, 2017 0

As Quintess emerges from bankruptcy protection, it owes another $1 million to lawyers who helped steer the company through the process

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Short-term rentals shrug off new law

Short-term rentals shrug off new law

Amy DiPierro January 12, 2017 0

As of Jan. 1, the city of Denver required short-term rental properties to register and pay lodging tax. Only 18 percent of properties have complied

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Architecture firm to raise the roof

Architecture firm to raise the roof

Burl Rolett January 12, 2017 0

The next project on the boards for a LoDo architecture firm is a new addition for its own red-brick office building

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Bowling company launches arcade-restaurant at Denver Pavilions

Bowling company launches arcade-restaurant at Denver Pavilions

Burl Rolett January 12, 2017 0

It's game on for a new 16th Street Mall arcade

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The Term Sheet: Startup funding roundup for December

The Term Sheet: Startup funding roundup for December

Amy DiPierro January 12, 2017 0

Startups across the state raised $42 million in December, led by a Foundry Group-backed software company in Boulder and a medical technology business in Littleton

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Brunch spot swoops into Park Hill

Brunch spot swoops into Park Hill

Kate Tracy January 12, 2017 0

DJ's Cafe, which currently serves breakfast and lunch in Berkeley and the Golden Triangle, opened a new outpost on Eudora Street

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Startup raises $2.4M; plans to add 20 employees in 2017

Startup raises $2.4M; plans to add 20 employees in 2017

Kate Tracy January 10, 2017 0

A web-based firm that targets digital customers for ad agencies added $2.4 million to expand its engineering marketing and sales teams

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