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Joshua Pollack's burgeoning restaurant empire

Joshua Pollack’s burgeoning empire includes Rosenberg’s Bagel and Delicatessen, Lou’s Italian Specialties, Famous Original J’s Pizza and the new Sherry’s Soda Shoppe. His Ongoing charitable commitments include the National Black Justice Coalition and Conscious Alliance, a nonprofit supporting hunger relief to communities in crisis.

Patrick McRorie measures success by his team achievements

McRorie became a partner at 31 and leader of the firm’s energy team a few years later, overseeing billion-dollar acquisitions and creating connections that foster responsible energy development. In 2017, McRorie was elected to the firm’s Executive Committee, as one of only 13 attorneys out of 400 charged with overseeing the management of the firm nationwide. As Partner in Charge of the Denver office, he oversees a staff of 14 attorneys and 19 professional staff and mentors younger colleagues.

Julia Marvin is committed to making her city a better place

Julia Marvin is Thornton’s youngest city councilor. She has fought to bring more transparency to council and city processes, advocated for using CARES Act funding to help the most vulnerable residents, and fought for policies to support working families. Last summer, she helped launch a city council committee focused on equity in police oversight, transportation, communications and amenities.

Steel deal showcases Pueblo’s solar prowess

The mill will produce the 200-meter ribbons of rail preferred by railroads. That decision wasn’t a given. Other states, especially those with abundant low-priced hydroelectricity, made a hard run. How Pueblo won says much about the evolving nature of the economy of Pueblo and that of Colorado. Prominent is the solar farm, the largest east of the Rocky Mountains when the deal was announced. It will provide about 90% of the electricity for the mill.

Listings down, prices up in mountain towns

Real estate experts say pandemic influences include pent-up demand from buyers, limited availability as potential sellers choose to remain in place, interest rates as low as 2.5% for a 30-year mortgage, and significant increases in location-neutral workers who have proven productive. The active summer buying season extended into fall after limited in-person showings in spring. The tight single-family home inventory and price appreciation have put dreams to relocate on hold for some.

Meet in luxury at Colorado's premier guest ranch

These may be unprecedented times, but some aspects of business will never change. One of those timeless, irreplaceable realities of business is the need to gather, to network, to celebrate, to brainstorm, to unwind. For months, these opportunities were limited to the virtual, electronic sense, but gradually the familiar in-person get-togethers have begun resuming. Plan now for your next retreat or meeting. It will remind you why you do business in Colorado.