Littleton, CO | Business and Community Resource


Libby Bortz Assisted Living located in downtown Littleton (5844 South Curtice Street, Littleton, CO 80120), is having it annual Valentine’s Day Dance this Wednesday, February 14 at 2 pm and is looking for volunteers from the business community to dance with residents. A live band- The Golden Tones will be playing music and light refreshments will be served. If interested please contact Jan at...

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   Herbalist, aromatherapist and spa owner Kim Cherie, of K Cherie Spa and Bed & Breakfast at 5533 S. Prince St., is teaching all natural skin care classes at the Denver Botanic Gardens.  Profiled in national publication Willow and Sage, Kim has worked for decades as an herbalist and aromatherapist.  Using over 65 herbs she grows onsite at the spa, Kim creates skin care products customized for individual skin types.  She’ll share...

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With an unemployment rate of 2.9%, more than 13,000 open computing jobs and just 785 computer graduates in 2015 in the state, Colorado technology companies are competing in the same shallow talent pool to fill open positions.  Colorado Technology Association’s (CTA) Foundation and Skillful have partnered to help anyone involved in hiring – from HR managers to startup CEOs – sharpen their process from start to finish through...

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The long-awaited Circle K convenience store at 3694 W Bowles opened Thursday, 1/18/18.  The first of the franchise’s megastores to open in Colorado, this location offers a wide variety of foods prepared on site in addition to the usual convenience food, beverages and travelers’ supplies.  Sweet and savory pastries like donuts, kolachkes, and breakfast burritos are made fresh daily.  Lunch and dinner items include healthy salads and...

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At last week’s National Retail Federation annual conference, five future trends in the retail industry were outlined.  The predicted retail trends: Prices change by the hour – although a standard practice in online retail, dynamic pricing is beginning to enter brick and mortar establishments Digital mirrors help customers visualize new outfits, lipstick, sunglasses using 360-degree videos that shoppers can send to friends and family...

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The City of Littleton is a community partner for a Colorado Companies to Watch, a statewide organization that annually recognizes growing, entrepreneurial Colorado businesses.   Each year, Colorado Companies to Watch selects 50 companies for this prestigious award.  Many notable Colorado businesses like Otter Box, Oskar Blues, and Sphero have been winners. Cities and economic development organizations across the state nominate...

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Eric Ervin with the City of Littleton’s Economic Development department recently used the department’s 360 degree camera to shoot images at the Art Depot, located behind the Buck Community Center at 2069 W. Powers St.  The Art Depot used the 360 images on their website to give visitors a brief, virtual tour of the Depot.  If you’d like to learn more about how your business might benefit from a 360 photo shoot, please contact Recca...

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  Grande Station restaurant, Formerly a private club for the Columbine Country Club, located at 2299 West Main Street (corner of Rio Grande and Main), has opened as a new restaurant serving the public.  Owner Kurt Fischer is an experienced restauranteur with a passion for providing friendly, attentive service.  In the short time the restaurant has been open, it’s received five star ratings on both Yelp and Trip Advisor....

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Ackerman and Sons furniture workshop, located at 2400 W. Belleview, is featured in the January/February 2018 issue of Colorado Biz magazine.  In business for five generations, the company has been operating for 122 years.  Started in 1895 by a German immigrant and master cabinetmaker, the company employs 27 craftspeople with locations in Littleton and Minneapolis.  Customers trust Ackermans with loved and irreplaceable pieces, such as...

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