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    1. Denver data center developer completes $38M D.C.-area land deal

      Denver data center developer completes $38M D.C.-area land deal

      Add Cologix Inc. to the list of data center developers in Loudoun County in northern Virginia. The Denver company is planning to construct three data centers totaling nearly 1 million square feet across 22.6 acres at Beaumeade Corporate Park in Ashburn. The company bought the site for $38 million, or $1.68 million per acre, from the Christian Fellowship Church in late July.

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    2. Denver-based Galvanize raises $43.3M

      Denver-based Galvanize raises $43.3M

      Galvanize, the Denver-based company that provides technology education and startup resources, has raised $43.3 million. BusinessDen reports that Galvanize reported the fundings in a Form D filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The funds included $32 million in Series C funding, plus a convertible note. Some of the funds will be used to acquire Hack Reactor, a San Francisco-based coding school.

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    3. Is downtown becoming Denver's new tech hub?

      Is downtown becoming Denver's new tech hub?

      Denver's tech scene is growing up and moving up. Downtown high-rises built in the late '70s and early '80s are seeing new energy as tech tenants plant their flags in or near the city's Central Business District. The movement has been driven by tech companies that may historically have favored LoDo (Lower Downtown) and the Central Platte Valley, in smaller scale buildings with fewer tenants but hip spaces. 

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    4. Colorado blockchain, cryptocurrency startup secures $10 million in funding

      Colorado blockchain, cryptocurrency startup secures $10 million in funding

      Radar Relay, a blockchain-based wallet-to-wallet cryptocurrency trading platform, has secured $10 million in Series A funding, it announced Wednesday. The Colorado-based company is on something of a roll. In May, Radar Relay became the first blockchain-based and cryptocurrency-related company to receive funding from the state of Colorado through the Advanced Industry Accelerator Program.

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    5. Boulder-based ColdQuanta raises $6.75M in seed round

      Boulder-based ColdQuanta raises $6.75M in seed round

      ColdQuanta Inc., a Boulder-based firm that is developing products based on quantum technology, has raised a seed-funding round of $6.75 million led by Maverick Ventures in San Francisco, with participation from Global Frontier Investments LLC in Sausalito, Calif. The funding will be used to help commercialize ColdQuanta’s products in the areas of communications, computing, timekeeping and navigation.

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    6. Ohio-based tech firm Vertiv opening office, hiring in Loveland

      Ohio-based tech firm Vertiv opening office, hiring in Loveland

      Columbus, Ohio-based Vertiv on Tuesday said it will employ 100 data scientists, software developers and other professionals at a new office in Loveland. Vertiv, a provider of equipment and services for data centers, will lease a 19,000-square-foot, one-floor office space from Loveland-based McWhinney Real Estate Services Inc. at 1880 Fall River Drive in Centerra, a 3,000-acre master-planned community being developed by McWhinney.

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    7. Staffing tech company takes a 40,000-square-foot space

      Staffing tech company takes a 40,000-square-foot space

      After swimming under the radar in Cherry Creek for five years, a Denver software company is making waves and moving into a downtown building with signage. TalentReef, which helps restaurants, hotels and other service industries recruit and train employees, is moving to 40,000 square feet downtown at 950 17th St. The company also plans to double its Denver workforce to 400 employees in three years.

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    8. Mayor Hancock sends message to business owners, developers in State of City address

      Mayor Hancock sends message to business owners, developers in State of City address

      Denver Mayor Michael Hancock delivered a double-edged sword to business owners in his annual State of the City Address on Monday, telling them they are crucial to growing employment in traditional neighborhoods and to funding projects from affordable housing to transit — but also warning that the city will begin keeping a closer eye on development to stave off gentrification and continued housing-access issues.

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