A week after more than 15,000 Coloradans were notified they could owe all of their 2021 unemployment benefits back to the state, the CDLE says they are gearing up to send out warnings to 21,000 more. The overpayment could apply to any gig worker who received unemployment in 2021.
Coloradans who unknowingly failed to comply with pandemic unemployment document requests have found themselves owing tens of thousands of dollars back to the state. Many didn't know they were out of compliance until it was too late.
On the site of an old West Colfax car wash, behind a covered fence, you’ll find a shipping container — not a worn and well-traveled container, but a tropical-colored one. Soon there will be more of them — and you could live in one. Stackhouse is a startup housing and...
“I’m not supposed to talk to anyone,” says the owner of several hot dog stands that operated outside of Home Depot locations in the Denver area for over twenty years...until March 2020. Before the pandemic hit, hot dog stands could be found at Home Depots all over Colorado; they included...
Whether you’re looking for a new home on acreage or a fixer-upper close to amenities, you can probably find a listing here to suit you: Classic two-story home in a neighborhood that has stood the test of time. Located in well-maintained Wyndham Park on a corner lot, this home
CP Capital, a highly disciplined U.S. real estate manager specializing in multifamily investments, has entered into a joint venture with Greystar to develop a 288-unit multifamily community in Brighton. Located at the intersection of Longs Peak Street and N. 42nd Avenue, the Brighton Park project is located in the heart of Brighton, home to over 41,000 residents. The three-story, 288-unit garden-style development is nestled on a 13-acre site and will help meet rising demand for multifamily housing in the high-growth Denver suburb.
LOVELAND — One could measure Sunny Jim’s output in tons, but a better measure might be in satisfaction. Soon, all that will come to an end unless a buyer with a sweet tooth is found for the iconic Loveland candy store at 5431 W. U.S. Highway 34 west of Loveland.
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DENVER — When viruses shut down ski operations at Canadian Mountain Holidays and Ontario’s Blue Mountain Resort in 2015 and 2018, Lexington Insurance Co. paid the resort owners $200,000 in business interruption claims. But when the coronavirus pandemic shut down the two ski operations in March 2020 — and more...
DENVER (CBS4) — For the first time since helping evacuate more than 130,000 refugees from Afghanistan, some of those who were called upon to help get the refugees to the United States are sharing their stories. In a CBS4 exclusive, a Denver-based soldier who was deployed to Afghanistan and a translator who was born in Afghanistan both say helping the Afghan refugees was their way of giving back. In September, President Joe Biden enacted the Civil Reserve Air Fleet (CRAF) for the first time in decades. The CRAF calls on commercial airlines to provide their fleet and staff to assist the...
Colorado’s economy continues to recover fairly quickly from the worst of the pandemic as a result of strong consumer activity, but disparities remain between various socioeconomic groups, and the delta variant and supply-chain issues are causing some uncertainty.
The number of licensed marijuana businesses has remained flat in Denver since recreational sales began, according to an annual impact report by the Department of Excise and Licenses. However, local marijuana tax revenue has increased substantially during that same span. A Denver Collaborative Approach report has been released every year...
Construction firm Mortenson is considering building itself a new home in RiNo. Earlier this month, a concept plan was submitted to the city of Denver for the 0.43-acre parking lot at the corner of Walnut and 31st streets, proposing a five-story project there. The document was submitted by an employee...
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Xcel Energy’s new roster of electric vehicle rebates is winning praise from environmental groups, with Colorado’s dominant utility expanding incentives to include used vehicles, speeding up the all-important charging network and working with landlords to install apartment chargers. Xcel is also asking customers who use the charging station incentives to...
The Loveland City Council will consider moving forward on annexation and rezoning involving two future developments in its 402 corridor, highlighted in recent years as an area for growth. The development closest to a start — developers previously told BizWest they hoped to begin in spring — is South Village....
On September 15, Kiewit Corporation, one of the largest construction and engineering organizations in North America, celebrated celebrated the grand opening of the new state-of-the-art 252,000-square-foot building on its new campus at the Lone Tree regional headquarters. The headquarters is a 12-acre campus designed to accommodate approximately 1,700 employees, bringing...
Denver-based Avanti Residential has announced the acquisition of Forum Fitzsimons, a 397-unit class A luxury apartment complex in Aurora, Colo., for $159 million. The purchase is part of Avanti’s ongoing nationwide investment strategy to expand its apartment holdings nationwide and brings the firm’s total acquisition volume to $630 million in the past year.
(DENVER, CO) The price of diesel varies by as much as $0.87 in the greater Denver area, according to a recent price survey. The survey, which looked at prices across the Denver area on Tuesday, found that Shell at 5350 Wadsworth Bypasshad the cheapest advertised diesel, at just $3.12 per gallon. By comparison, the most expensive station in the area was Mobil at 1465 S Colorado Blvd, which listed a per-gallon price of $3.99.
Global warming is no longer up for debate, and the next steps to address the climate crisis have been put in place. The Paris Agreement mandates net zero carbon emissions by 2050 and the Biden Administration has agreed to the same goal. The building sector accounts for 40 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions. These mandates will certainly result in major changes for the industry. Of course, the sole purpose for the change in practice is not just to meet mandates. Empowering industries to positively impact the global problem they helped create must remain top of mind.