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DBJ’s Year in Review: 2015’s top stories, photos and more – Denver Business Journal

The year 2015 has been chock-full of major business news stories in Colorado. In our annual Year in Review report, we’ll count down what we see as the news developments that made the biggest difference to the Colorado business community this year.

Source: www.bizjournals.com

Soaring housings costs and sagging oil and gas prices. An airline struggling to reinvent itself and a construction nightmare snagging the nation’s attention. A booming job market coupled with concerns about wages. And the charting of new courses for Denver’s airport and stock show.

Since it’s 2015, we’ll be offering 15 top stories. We’re counting down the top stories through Dec. 22.

We’ve also been counting down our 15 most popular photo galleries and slideshows of the year. Watch for that series each business day through New Year’s Eve.

New Texas Taco eatery coming to Denver

Have heard good things about the variety of a place called Torchys’s from Texas. Can it compete with the Qdobas and the Chiptoles Denver is synonymous with?  I hope so.  Getting tired of all the same old same old.  Can’t wait to try it out!

Torchy's Will Bring Texas Tacos to Broadway on January 12

#TorchysDoesDenver

Torchy’s Tacos on Broadway is finally starting to look like a restaurant. While the company had originally planned to open in 2015, construction and permitting delays have pushed out the timeline. But a date has been set and Torchy’s will open on January 12. To help get Denver in the spirit, the sign on the north side of the building has been lit as a kind of visual Pavlov’s bell to get Broadway drivers and pedestrians drooling.

From Westword.com

 

Here’s How Architecture And Design Giant Gensler Mobilizes Good Ideas

Gensler designed the Denver International Airport Hotel and Transit Center, which opened Nov. 19.

Source: www.fastcompany.com

SHOP SMALL, BUY LOCAL AND KEEP MORE MONEY IN YOUR COMMUNITY.

How You Can Support Small Business Saturday

Source: www.windowsforyourhome.com

SHOP SMALL, BUY LOCAL AND KEEP MORE MONEY IN YOUR COMMUNITY.