DENVER — Included is a $5 million mansion formerly owned by a pro golfer, a video tour of a health-obsessed office space and a new restaurant planned for one of Cherry Creek’s hottest hotels.
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Take a video tour of TIAA’s renovated Denver HQ which features all of the amenities we’ve come to expect from state-of-the-art offices, but also onsite primary-care physicians, full salad bar and a giant music player.
Set on a sleepy 5.2 acres in a posh Denver-area suburb, the 10,614-square-foot mansion has six bedrooms, 11 bathrooms and a rich history of owners. A four-car garage, pool and sauna are other features of the property.
The townhomes will be part of a residential community in Superior that consists of nearly 3,000 single and multifamily homes in addition to two schools, pools and roughly 600 acres of open space.
4) How this international outdoor retailer landed near REI for its Denver flagship store (DBJ subscriber content)
If you’re not already familiar with Fjallraven, you may want to brush up on the outdoor retailer — because they’re about to establish a strong presence in Denver.
Food and drink
One of Colorado’s best-known chefs is leaving her famed restaurant to open her first solo spot— and, yes, its menu will include her famous fancy toasts.
6) Halcyon hotel creating new independent restaurant to replace Departure (DBJ subscriber content)
The hotel is betting that a more approachable food-and-beverage concept could serve as a calling card of a different type and bring in visitors from across Denver — not just the high-end Cherry Creek set.
DBJ’s regular restaurant roundup features artsy dining, sushi at The Source, Cajun cuisine, beer, coffee and bacon.
The one company that may come out in the best position from of the T-Mobile-Sprint merger is Colorado-based Dish Network. Here’s why.
The state’s former IT coordinator helped develop and implement Colorado’s Health IT Roadmap and brings 15 years of experience to her new role.
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