Life Time plans $10M renovation of former Lakeshore Athletic Club

By Doug Storum BROOMFIELD — Life Time Fitness Inc. is investing $10 million to open a fitness center in the former Lakeshore Athletic Club in Broomfield. Life Time Athletic Flatirons at 300 Summit Blvd. is expected to open in late January. The nearly 175,000-square-foot club will include an indoor and outdoor aquatic center with waterslides, lap pools, whirlpools and bistro; basketball courts, strength-training spaces; group exercise, cycle, yoga and Pilates studios. It also will offer Life Time Kids Academy, a membership program designed for kids from three months to 11 years, led by certified experts in childhood development.… Continue Reading...

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By Doug Storum A rendering shows what the Life Time Athletic Flatirons fitness center will look like following a $10 million renovation of the former Lakeshore Athletic Club in Broomfield. Courtesy Life Time Fitness Inc. The post Flatirons_072117 appeared first on BizWest. Source:: BizWest… Continue Reading...

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Lafayette-based AlchemyIoT raises $4M, launches product

By Jensen Werley LAFAYETTE — AlchemyIoT, a provider of asset intelligence for small- to mid-size industrial companies, has raised $4 million in venture capital and is launching its first product. The Lafayette-based startup is the brainchild of CEO Victor Perez, former chief operations officer of StorageTek. The company’s staff is made of veterans from IBM, GE, StorageTek, Sony Electronics and other major tech companies. AlchemyIoT’s cloud-based software-as-a-service product, Clarity, provides a simplified, “no-code” approach to asset intelligence and management. Its asset intelligence framework combines visualization and analytics with a customer’s processes and people.… Continue Reading...

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Boulder-based drone designer enters manufacturing deal

By Jensen Werley BOULDER — Black Swift Technologies LLC, an engineering firm that specializes in unmanned aircraft systems, has entered into a strategic alliance with Denver-based Leptron Unmanned Aircraft Systems Inc. The partnership is meant to showcase the strengths of both companies: Leptron UAS’ manufacturing abilities, and Black Swift’s advanced avionics and flight-management systems. Under the agreement, Leptron UAS, a subsidiary of Geotech Environmental Equipment Inc., will begin manufacturing the Black Swift S1 UAS, which is integrated with Black Swift Technologies’ SwiftCore flight management system. The aircraft will be marketed by Leptron/ Geotech as the GeoSwift Mapper.… Continue Reading...

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Banner Health expands labor/delivery department in Fort Collins

By Doug Storum FORT COLLINS — Banner Fort Collins Medical Center has expanded its delivery department with a fifth labor and delivery room, and has added two care providers to meet growing demand for birthing services. Completed in October, the labor and delivery room includes a pain-relieving tub for patients requesting natural deliveries. The tub, also called warm water immersion hydrotherapy, provides comfort, support and relaxation for women undergoing natural labor. The room acts as an all-in-one labor, delivery and postpartum suite, meaning the patient and baby won’t have to leave the room for care.… Continue Reading...

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TD Ameritrade to lay off 120 in Westminster

By BizWest Staff WESTMINSTER — TD Ameritrade plans to lay off 120 people at its 10955 Westmoor Drive office starting Dec. 20. The Omaha-based brokerage acquired the Westminster office through its recent acquisition of Scottrade, reports BusinessDen. In October, the brokerage told the state it expected a lay off of 32 workers. The state was notified in compliance with the federal Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act, which requires large employers to provide notice of planned closings and layoffs. The layoffs are part of merging Scottrade with TD Ameritrade and is the largest in terms of affected employees, a spokesperson for TD Ameritrade told BusinessDen.… Continue Reading...

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Jewish Deli coming to Denver

By BizWest Staff DENVER — A first-time restaurateur is bringing an “underrepresented” cuisine to RiNo, with plans to open a Jewish deli on Larimer St. Jerrod Rosen plans to open the New York-style deli Rye Society at 3090 Larimer St. in the first quarter of 2018, reports BusinessDen. It will take over the site of the Hutch and Spoon Cafe, which closed in September. Rosen comes from a family of cooks and has worked in restaurants in Chicago, San Francisco and New York before moving into bar and restaurant real estate.… Continue Reading...

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Eclipse had an impact of $63 million for Wyoming

By BizWest Staff CHEYENNE — A few minutes of darkness brought Wyoming $63 million. A quarter of a million people traveled to Wyoming for the eclipse, bringing a huge economic boom to the state, according to the Wyoming Business Report, which cites an economic impact study by Dean Runyan Associates and Destination Analysts Inc. More than 75 percent of the 261,000 that were in Wyoming for the eclipse were from out-of-state. About 29,000 travelers were international. A total of $63.5 million was spent on travel, hotels, food and other expenditures during a five day period surrounding the eclipse.… Continue Reading...

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