In 2007, after school and the starts of their careers, Brent, 40, decided to launch a real estate development business, acquiring properties in Denver. Brad, 35, jumped on board Elevation Development Group in 2014.
When the two young women met in 2013 through mutual friends, they were “instantly best friends,” Ros recalls. Indeed, the co-founders laugh constantly, finish each other's’ sentences, and assign credit and compliments to each other incessantly.
Hoberman quit his day job three months after meeting Berry, partnering to change Denver’s entertainment landscape with local craft-beer-centric signature and collaborative events.
The respected commercial banker and former chairman of Denver-based Guaranty Bank and Trust is remembered as an upstanding, ethical businessman who loved family, friends and golf.
When CEO Terry Considine walks toward his corner office at Apartment Investment Management Co. in the Denver Tech Center, his staff knows he’s on the way as he is heard saying "Good morning," by name to each employee he passes.
The adventurous Griffith brothers established a camp in the Clear Creek Valley in June 1859 that came to be known as George’s Town and would later become Georgetown.
I'm selling my memoir, "Cheap Cabernet: A Friendship", to Hollywood for life-changing money: $3.5 million sticks in my head for no good reason ― it's just the number I made up.
In a diverse life as a businesswoman and energetic philanthropist, especially for causes in rural Colorado, Sue Anschutz-Rodgers remains daring at age 81.
Distinguished, hard-working architect Curtis Fentress is praised by his two sons as having created an internationally known architecture firm with accomplishments that would have taken others two lifetimes.
When the owner of the gym where they both trained gave notice of its closure, the couple acted fast, joining forces with Todd Zalinski and opening Vital Strength & Fitness at 800 Lincoln St. in Denver in May 2014.
When it came time to build Sushi Den, the brothers’ meticulous care was palpable. Today, Den Corner, encompassing three independent eateries – Sushi Den, Izakaya Den and OTOTO – attracts throngs of customers.
The duo met in 1997 while working for Burton Snowboards in Vermont. They were fast friends, taking advantage of an unwritten powder day rule. Phillips worked on the engineering side of the business, while Arzt worked in marketing.