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Costco on board as retail developer plans buy of Littleton office campus

Littleton residents may soon have a second Costco. The membership-based wholesaler is proposing a 159,000-square-foot store on a portion of the Lumen Technologies office campus at 700 and 900 W. Mineral Ave. Grant Nelson, owner of Englewood-based development firm Republic Investment Group (RIG), said he’s under contract to purchase the 63-acre lot from Louisiana-based telecommunications […]

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Trader Joe’s chicken soup dumplings recalled for possibly containing permanent marker plastic

NEW YORK — More than 61,000 pounds of steamed chicken soup dumplings sold at Trader Joe’s are being recalled for possibly containing hard plastic, U.S. regulators announced Saturday. The Agriculture Department’s Food Safety and Inspection Service noted that the now-recalled dumplings, which are produced by the California-based CJ Foods Manufacturing Beaumont Corp., may be contaminated […]

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Explore Denver’s Lowry neighborhood: Former military base transformed

Lowry is a highly sought-after neighborhood known for its well-designed layout, convenient walkability, numerous pocket parks, and comfortable suburban atmosphere. The housing options are varied, ranging from budget-friendly townhouses and condos to luxurious multi-million dollar estates. Like Denver’s Central Park neighborhood, built on the former Stapleton Airport property, Lowry offers a suburban feel, said Jessica […]

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Auto insurance premiums are increasing rapidly in Colorado. If you’re paying more, The Denver Post wants to hear from you.

Auto insurance premiums are going up nationwide and Colorado’s rates are growing faster than those in many other states. Premiums in the state have shot up an average of 53% over the last decade and Colorado is expected to see the fourth-highest premiums in the country by 2033. Related Articles Business | Tavern restaurant group […]

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Tavern restaurant group selling properties, closing locations as owners split

As its mother-and-son founders untangle their finances and go their separate ways, Tavern Hospitality Group has closed its namesake restaurants and is selling real estate. “We finally settled our disagreement,” Frank Schultz said Tuesday of a contentious and nearly year-long legal dispute between he and his mother, Terry Papay. “We have a large property portfolio […]