Recognizing businesses and nonprofits in the Denver metro area, 18 organizations were honored as finalists for the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce 2018 Business Awards.
In it inaugural year, the Governor's Healthy Community Award is part of the OEDIT statewide initiative," For Colorado: For the Health of It!" focused on integrating health and wellness into the places Coloradans live, work and play.
New York City-based WeWork, the community-focused work-space provider with two Denver locations and a third in the works, extended an invitation to Colorado companies to participate in the Creator Awards.
In the last year alone, the group facilitated $70 million in office investment sales across the Front Range.
The career path program (CPP) will help address the continued need for new pilots and create an additional pipeline for well-trained United pilots.
Colorado native Andrea J. Young confirmed she is leaving her role as CEO of Colorado Technology Association after nearly two years to return to the private sector following the March 15 C-Level @ Mile High fundraiser.
The luxury rental residences and retail offering in the heart of Cherry Creek North that is already 10 percent, which will be home to CB2, the sister brand of Crate & Barrel, while tower two will be home to Denver's first SoulCycle, a full-body indoor cycling and lifestyle brand.
The award celebrates “content of character” and is given to individuals, corporations and non-profit organizations for exceptional community service and commitment to the values of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as evidenced by their exemplary social responsibility.
Heading into its fifth year since its inception, the Greater Grand Junction Sports Commission (GGJSC) recently completed a strategic planning process outlining core objectives for the organization's next five years.
Founded in 1968, Brownstein practices in the areas of corporate, litigation, natural resources, public policy and real estate.
By adding nearly 1,200 desks in the iconic downtown Denver building, WeWork’s total desk-count will exceed 3,000 in the metro area.
The project will improve retail access to fresh and healthy foods, increase healthy eating and active living, and encourage economic development in a formerly vacated retail center located in a lower-income neighborhood.