Without in-person groups, 2020’s Wonderful American Beer Celebration moves to sustain more than 1,100 breweries

As soon as Gov. Jared Polis requisitioned the Colorado Convention Center as an alternate hospital site through the end of this year, the Boulder-based Brewers Association knew there was no chance the Great American Beer Festival would look the same as in previous years. The question was: How could it Continue Reading

What services need to learn about Denver Tally Step 2B, a proposed sales-tax increase to fight being homeless

A proposed sales-tax increase could raise tens of millions of dollars each year to combat homelessness. Here’s what you need to know about Ballot Measure 2B, otherwise known as the Homelessness Resolution Tax. If approved by voters, 2B would raise Denver’s local sales tax rate by 0.25 percentage points to Continue Reading


This week’s roundup also includes a $16.2 million apartment sale in Washington Park and a 641,000-square-foot industrial project just north of Denver. Your browser does not support inline frames or is currently configured not to display inline frames.

BridgeComm sees bigger market for its laser communications with brand-new collaboration

A company formed to pioneer laser-based optical data communications in space is partnering with Nokia Bell Labs to speed up deployment of wireless data networks on Earth. Denver-based BridgeComm Inc. has established that its optical data transmission technology works in a lab setting with Nokia Bell Labs’ modems for ultra-high-speed Continue Reading