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Rising rents on South Broadway causing turnover in businesses

The White Palace building at South Broadway and East Bayaud Avenue sits vacant. Graffiti lines the windows of one space, while the windows of the other space are covered as renovations for a new, … more

The Washington Park Profile turns 40

When I first started as editor of the Washington Park Profile in May, I knew it was a privilege to work at a paper with a legacy dating back 40 years. Going through our archives and looking at … more

Washington Park Profile: October Business Matters

Business Matters is a monthly column on the changing landscape of business and development in south Denver. If there are any inquires on new developments in your area, or if you are a local business … more

Future uncertain for Innovation Pavilion in Centennial

After shedding two CEOs in the span of about three months, Innovation Pavilion, a co-working campus geared toward startups and entrepreneurs, may move out of its headquarters in the wake of sexual … more

Store's abrupt shutdown leaves consignors in cold

Numerous consignors say they have been unable to close their accounts and receive money owed to them by Act II Consignment, which abruptly shut its Englewood location in early September. The … more

Earth Treks gym is open for those ready to climb walls

Emily Camp smiled as she emerged from Earth Treks facility at 1050 W. Hampden Ave. in Englewood after spending a couple hours on the facility's indoor climbing walls. “I am an avid climber and I … more

Washington Park Profile: September Business Matters

Business Matters is a monthly column on the changing landscape of business and development in south Denver. If there are any inquires on new developments in your area, or if you are a local business … more

Life on Capitol Hill: September Business Matters

Business Matters is a monthly column on the changing landscape of business and development in central Denver. If there are any inquires on new developments in your area, or if you are a local … more

Uptown residents, businesses, experience wave of power outages

Residents and businesses in Denver’s Uptown neighborhood struggled through a summer of unpredictable power outages that they said totaled as many as 14 in one neighborhood and 13 for one … more

New faces emerge on Littleton's Main Street

While the face of Main Street generally remains the same, the pace and the places were in an upward swing during 2013, says City Manager Michael Penny. "Dozens of initiatives that have been put in … more

Bonus Incentive Plans For Employees: What's The Point?

When I ask business owners about the possibility of installing an employee incentive plan, I often hear one of two responses: • “I would like to do something to reward my key employees for … more

McComb keeps on truckin’

Jack McComb’s heart lives in Littleton, but his life is on the road. “I enjoy driving and seeing different things,” he said. “It’s not exactly like being a tourist, because there’s a lot of places the truck can’t go. But I get to … more

Eatery’s zoning approved

The Englewood City Council voted 6-1 on Dec. 16 to give second-and-final reading approval to an ordinance which changes the zoning to allow for a Chick-fil-A drive-thru restaurant at Dartmouth and Broadway. The new zoning is for a planned unit … more

Project’s first phase opens

The Greater Englewood Chamber of Commerce held a ceremony Dec. 20 at the Advanced Auto at 5001 S. Broadway. The store’s official grand opening marks the completion of the first phase of the project that is being constructed near the intersection … more

'Warrior Strong' shirts benefit Davis fund

If Jeff Wasden had not opened PROformance Apparel eight years ago, he might well have been inside Arapahoe High School on Dec. 13 when shots rang out, critically wounding 17-year-old student Claire … more

App shines a light on holiday displays

Lone Tree’s Greg Walters wasn’t upset when a New York Times reporter earlier this month called his holiday lights iPhone app “the Charlie Brown Christmas tree of apps.” “I thought it was kinda cute,” he said. “The reality of it is, … more

State finances don’t inspire optimism

The state of Colorado has taken a few steps back from the edge of the financial cliff, but researchers say it’s not out of danger of falling off. “There’s not truly cause for optimism,” Phyllis Resnick, lead economist with Colorado State … more

Experts explore future of job growth

The news was mostly positive and upbeat at this year’s annual economic forecast breakfast, hosted by the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce Dec. 13 and attended by nearly 800 area business and civic leaders. After brief opening remarks from … more

Shopping centers get facelifts

Two busy District 1 shopping centers near the intersection of Dry Creek Road and University Boulevard are getting major facelifts. The King Soopers in the Cherrywood Square Shopping Center is currently undergoing a multimillion-dollar renovation … more

Fans flock to Steak ’n Shakes

After being shuttered for months by a dispute between local franchisees and the company’s corporate headquarters, popular Steak ’n Shake restaurants in Centennial and Sheridan reopened this week, attracting large crowds with offers of free food … more
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