Dick Monfort’s McGregor Square project announces more commercial tenants, hotel name

McGregor Square, the three-building, combination hotel-condo-commercial project slated to open early next year across from Coors Field at 20th and Wazee streets, has a bank, coffee shop and gym coming into its commercial space.

Centennial’s Lollipop Park auctioning Ferris wheel, miniature train as COVID-19 forces closure

A 26-foot-tall, Italian-made Ferris wheel is headed to the auction block.

Colorado’s new Lost Wages Assistance unemployment program hits a snag already

Efforts to distribute that Lost Wages Assistance program money in Colorado hit a snag Tuesday. High demand has clogged the certification process state officials are using to verify people are eligible for federally-funded payments, the labor department wrote in a Facebook post Tuesday morning.

New tools, staff may reduce wait times for customer service from Colorado’s unemployment office

Colorado Labor department officials are taking steps to address four-to eight-week waits for callback appointments for people seeking help with their unemployment claims.

Denver rental search data points to less interest from out-of-towners during the pandemic

Denver remains a hot ticket for renters looking to move from other places, but new data shows that since the arrival of the coronavirus pandemic almost two-thirds of searches for rental properties in the Mile High metro have come from people who already live here, a significant increase from a year ago.

COVID-19 plasma research well underway in Colorado as Trump fast-tracks wider use

Five months before President Donald Trump fast-tracked its emergency authorization as a COVID-19 treatment, an infusion of convalescent plasma at a Colorado hospital may have helped save Ned Steffens' life.

Denver’s Brandfolder selling for $155M as publicly traded tech firm buys its way into city

Denver tech firm Brandfolder already helps big-name companies like P. F. Chang's, Under Armour and the Houston Texans track, manage and deploy digitally stored logos, promotional photos and other marketing materials. With its impending acquisition, its reach will grow.

Billionaire Robert Smith, Denver native and richest Black American, reportedly under criminal tax investigation

Denver-born billionaire and philanthropist Robert F. Smith is under criminal investigation for potential tax crimes, according to reporting by Bloomberg.