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March Business Matters

Business Matters is a monthly column featuring business news in the Life on Capitol Hill and Washington Park Profile coverage areas, which is roughly central and central-south Denver. The Colorado … more

Colorado's newest In-N-Out opens in Lone Tree

People lined up to eat “burgers for breakfast” as the famed fast food chain In-N-Out Burger opened its newest Colorado location in Lone Tree, near Park Meadows mall. The restaurant, located at … more

Columbine Square's future murky after developer cancels meeting

The future is as murky as ever at Columbine Square. Neighbors to the long-derelict former strip mall at Federal Boulevard and Belleview Avenue received postcards from a developer in January inviting … more

Custom home in Franktown puts focus on health

A custom home built in unincorporated Douglas County was featured in an interior design trade magazine and received a certification from an organization focused on healthy living spaces. The … more

At ElseWear Collective, sweaters are handmade with love

Kelsey Johnson said she hardly hears the sound of her knitting machine anymore. After so many years producing knitted creations on the hand-operated machine, the rhythmic zipping noise fades into the … more

Hoping to make shopping small the next big thing

The economy has been battered almost everywhere by the COVID-19 crisis. Unemployment is high. Some retailers and restaurants have been shuttered. But for Karli Millspaugh, owner of the Makers Market … more

Parry’s Pizzeria opens in Sheridan’s River Point shopping center

Parry’s Pizzeria & Taphouse opened its newest location at Sheridan’s River Point shopping center on Jan. 18, part of a wave of openings for the Colorado-based chain. The New York-style pizza … more

Playa Bowls joins downtown eatery lineup

Downtown Littleton welcomed its newest business on Jan. 2, as Playa Bowls opened its doors at 2490 W. Main St. The shop, which sells smoothie-like bowls centered around acai fruit, had a line … more

Arapahoe County approved for Five-Star program

Arapahoe County received state approval to join the Five-Star Recovery Program on Dec. 30, allowing qualifying restaurants and other businesses to loosen their COVID-19 restrictions, just hours … more

Vectra Bank to build combined headquarters in metro area

Vectra Bank is confident in its business plan moving forward despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. To demonstrate that confidence to employees, partners and current customers, the bank celebrated a … more

Lone Tree In-N-Out to open in early 2021

Lone Tree city and business officials hope In-N-Out Burger lives up to its name when it officially opens in early 2021. The recent grand openings of In-N-Out locations in Aurora and Colorado Springs … more

Littleton City Council rezones downtown

Littleton City Council unanimously approved a rezoning of the downtown neighborhood at its Dec. 15 meeting, condensing a hodgepodge of zoning districts into a series of “character areas” meant to … more

Brainstormers create ‘Road to Recovery’

Some of the state’s best business minds collaborated on a way to get Colorado out of the economic mess it’s in and presented in a report that came out Dec. 10. You can read the “Road to … more

Tattered Cover bookstores change hands again

Denver's famous Tattered Cover bookstores are changing ownership for the second time since the retirement of longtime owner Joyce Meskis in 2017. The independent bookstores were purchased by a team … more

Gift mart a chance to shop from local crafters

For those getting tired of doing their shopping on Amazon, the Christmas in the Rockies Gift Mart at the Aspen Grove shopping center in south Littleton is a chance to get up close with handmade … more

Statewide grant for restaurant tents, heating still available

Gov. Jared Polis, in partnership with the Colorado Restaurant Association and Xcel Energy, announced that applications are open for the Winter Outdoor Grant Program, an effort to help restaurants … more

'This is scarier than spring': Littleton restaurants face renewed restrictions

Littleton restaurants saw their final indoor diners for the near future on Nov. 20, in the final hours before heightened restrictions to slow surging COVID-19 cases took effect. At Palenque Cocina, … more

Littleton approves short-term rental ordinance

Littleton City Council unanimously passed a short-term rental licensing ordinance on Nov. 17, though councilmembers acknowledge many issues must still be dealt with. The new ordinance represents a … more

Park Meadows poised for a busy season

As the metro area deals with tighter restrictions on businesses, Park Meadows remains bustling with shoppers as the mall’s busiest season begins. Pam Kelly, senior general manager for Park Meadows … more

Mask store capitalizes on moment in history

Darcy Velasquez, 42, and her mother, Roberta Truax, were walking recently in the Park Meadows mall in Lone Tree, looking for Christmas gifts for Velasquez’s two children, when they spotted a store … more
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