Whole Foods is scheduled to open 9 a.m. Wednesday at 1701 Wewatta St.
The Cap Hill store is expected to close 5 p.m. Nov. 12 ahead of the new location near 17th and Wewatta streets opening Nov. 15.
The Whole Foods opening in downtown Denver. spells the end, at least temporarily, for the grocer's location in Capitol Hill.
Whole Foods Market hopes to wrap up work on its new downtown Denver store in time for customers to shop for Thanksgiving dinner.
Lucky's apothecary director Sindy Wise acknowledged the move was risky but said the company consulted with lawyers for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Where Safeway is located is one of the most expensive and least vacant areas when it comes to retail space.
Biju’s Little Curry Shop ends its six-month experiment at Whole Foods, readies its move to the hot bar
Biju's Little Curry Shop is getting ready to leave the Whole Foods Market stores in south Denver and Boulder, making way for the next restaurant.
The store in Capitol Hill is planned to close shortly before the supermarket opens within Union Denver apartment complex.
Residents in east Denver could soon be able to grocery shop in Boulder style with the planned addition of Lucky's Market in Lowry.
U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman plans to introduce legislation on Tuesday that would impose a complete import ban on petroleum products from Venezuela.
Natural Grocers plans enter the booze business for the first time this month with the opening of its new supermarket in RiNo.
Sprouts Farmers Market will anchor a 4 million-square-foot mixed-use project near Central Park Station, developers announced Wednesday.
One of the last options for getting groceries in Elyria-Swansea is a gas station, and it's about to check out of the neighborhood, according to The Office of the National Western Center.
The new King Soopers in northeast Denver officially opened Wednesday morning near Martin Luther King Boulevard and Havana Street.
The Double Up Food Bucks, or DUFB, program led by LiveWell Colorado gives food stamps recipients $20 worth of free locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables each time they use their Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits at participating farmers markets and grocers.
Denver is kicking in $100,000 as part of its latest effort to address food insecurity in Globeville, Elyria-Swansea, Montbello, Westwood and other areas where access to groceries is limited.
King Soopers is opening the store at 2953 Havana St., just outside of food deserts in Aurora and about a mile and half from Denver's Montbello neighborhood.
Denver set $3 million aside to get grocery stores in Globeville-Eyria-Swansea, Westwood and Montbello, but so far no supermarkets have announced plans to enter the food deserts.