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Denver landlords tried to evict nearly 8,000 households last year. The success rate largely depended on one factor: attorneys.

Denver landlords tried to evict nearly 8,000 households last year. The success rate largely depended on one factor: attorneys.

In Denver County eviction court, landlords have an attorney about 90 percent of the time. Tenants, on the other hand, are represented by counsel about 1 percent of the time.

More than a new headquarters, Denver Housing Authority’s office tower will anchor Mariposa redevelopment

More than a new headquarters, Denver Housing Authority’s office tower will anchor Mariposa redevelopment

It will feature a pretty exterior and be close to a light rail stop. But what will really differentiate the Denver Housing Authority’s Collaborative Resource Center from other office buildings is what’s planned for inside.

Deja vu? In preparing Amazon bid, Colorado officials learn from failed effort to lure Boeing

Deja vu? In preparing Amazon bid, Colorado officials learn from failed effort to lure Boeing

Denver has been here before, with a Seattle-based corporate behemoth considering a move that could bring many high paying jobs to the region. Remember Boeing Corp., which chose Illinois over Colorado. This time it’s Amazon, which announced last week it is looking for a city for a second headquarters campus.

Deja vu? In preparing Amazon bid, Colorado officials learn from failed effort to lure Boeing

Deja vu? In preparing Amazon bid, Colorado officials learn from failed effort to lure Boeing

Denver has been here before, with a Seattle-based corporate behemoth considering a move that could bring many high paying jobs to the region. Remember Boeing Corp., which chose Illinois over Colorado. This time it’s Amazon, which announced last week it is looking for a city for a second headquarters campus.

Not your typical tech startup: FareHarbor quintuples Denver HQ while turning away venture funding

Not your typical tech startup: FareHarbor quintuples Denver HQ while turning away venture funding

FareHarbor has ignored “easily above 25” unsolicited offers from venture and private equity firms, said Max Valverde, FareHarbor’s president. It has no interest because it’s already making money.

Not your typical tech startup: FareHarbor quintuples Denver HQ while turning away venture funding

Not your typical tech startup: FareHarbor quintuples Denver HQ while turning away venture funding

In its four years, FareHarbor, which builds tech to help outdoor activity operators, has watched competitors rise, raise millions from investors, and then crash and burn. FareHarbor has ignored “easily above 25” unsolicited offers from venture and private equity firms, said Max Valverde, FareHarbor’s president. It has no interest because it’s already making money.

Lakewood measure to limit housing growth could be kept off ballot over missing “oath”

Lakewood measure to limit housing growth could be kept off ballot over missing “oath”

Dozens of campaign canvassers backing a growth-limit ballot measure in Lakewood were questioned Thursday by attorneys about the way they collected signatures for the measure and whether they were properly sworn in when submitting their petitions.

Lakewood measure to limit housing growth could be kept off ballot over missing “oath”

Lakewood measure to limit housing growth could be kept off ballot over missing “oath”

Dozens of campaign canvassers backing a growth-limit ballot measure in Lakewood were questioned Thursday by attorneys about the way they collected signatures for the measure and whether they were properly sworn in when submitting their petitions.

Boulder-born Lucky’s Market making first foray into Denver with planned Lowry store

Boulder-born Lucky’s Market making first foray into Denver with planned Lowry store

Boulder County-based specialty grocery chain Lucky’s Market will soon open its first location in the city of Denver as part of a commercial project in Lowry’s Boulevard One neighborhood.