DENVER — Included here are a roundup of major developments going up in Denver, news on Molson Coors closing its Mile High office, and stories about construction and employee pay at Denver International Airport.
See this week's top stories below.
Located at 46600 County Road 129 just north of the ski town of Steamboat Springs, Big Creek Ranch's land and its plentiful resources are major selling points.
Developers continue to zero in on Denver as a place to build and they’re not shying away from bold projects, especially in the River North Art District.
3) Why Rockies owner Dick Monfort still wants to strike a WeWork deal at his new development (DBJ subscriber content)
Despite WeWork's recent turmoil, Colorado Rockies owner Dick Monfort is still in talks with the New York-based coworking company over taking an undisclosed amount of square footage at McGregor Square, his new development under construction across the street from Coors Field.
Molson Coors will close its Denver office, designate Chicago as the North American headquarters and move functional support roles, which were located in several U.S. offices, to Milwaukee.
5) Here are the Denver metro jobs that pay between $85,000 and $100,000 (new for 2019)
A large number of jobs across multiple industry sectors get close to that magic six-figure point.
In the race to win skiers’ and snowboarders’ loyalty and money, Broomfield-based Vail Resorts Inc. (NYSE: MTN) and Denver-based Alterra Mountain Co. have worked all during the offseason to add mountains, pass perks and improve resorts.
Fuzzy’s Taco Shop opened its 16th Colorado restaurant with the debut Monday of its store at 12231 Pines Bluff Way in Parker, but this is by no means the end of the local growth for the Fort Worth, Texas-based chain.
Within the City of Denver, the airport is home to the highest concentration of top earners, according to a new Denver Business Journal analysis.
9) Peek inside the construction areas of DIA's Great Hall project (DBJ subscriber content, but photos are viewable by all)
Businesses and the general public will have more of a say in the next steps regarding Denver International Airport’s upgrade of its Great Hall terminal.
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