• A new approach to holiday decorating, by design

    Only 79 days left until Christmas. And if the thought of decorating is already getting you down, Redesignology may have a solution.

    The company will take your interior holiday decorations and create displays in your house. It will also help people prepare for holiday parties, said Carole Lofing, owner of the company.

  • Highland Haven envisions honeymoon treehouse

    Taking the concept of going green to a new height, owners of Highland Haven Creekside Inn have asked Jefferson County for a rezoning so they can build a romantic luxury treehouse for two.

    Designed by Tolleson Architects of Evergreen, the treehouse would represent the first new building that the rustic creekside B&B has attempted in 28 years of continuous ownership.

    The new honeymoon suite will be a large room, about 650 square feet, with a king-size bed, fireplace, flat-screen TV, Jacuzzi, two-person tub, deck in front and a wet bar.

  • Breakfast for dinner at LePeep

    LeBreakfast, LeLunch — and now LeDinner.

    Evergreen’s LePeep restaurant in Bergen Park will be open for dinner beginning the week of Oct. 6, said owner Rod Miller.

    “It’s unusual,” said Miller, who has owned the restaurant since 2002. “I don’t know of any other LePeep open for dinner in Colorado. There may be some in other states that I’m not aware of.”

  • Green Merchant touts eco-friendly inventory

    A new store in Marshdale is about as Earth-friendly as a store can get.

    The Green Merchant sells exclusively organic, green and fair-trade merchandise. Items run the gamut from linens and towels woven from organically grown cotton to beeswax candles to organic dog toys.

    “I want to have common items so people have a green alternative,” said store owner Micky Magnolo. “I want to help empower others to be eco-friendly. I really want to help people on the planet.”

  • Early birds get warm welcome at Walgreens opening

    Friday morning's opening of Evergreen's Walgreens was quite eventful for the store's first customers.

    Kristi Leinen of Evergreen had the distinction of being the first shopper. She dashed into the store about 7:40 a.m. — 20 minutes before the scheduled opening — to grab school supplies for her children.

  • Buyer sets sights on empty condo project

    The long-vacant D.R. Horton condominium project off Evergreen Parkway in Bergen Park is under contract as part of a larger deal including all of D.R. Horton’s multifamily housing complexes.

    The deal is under contract and scheduled to close in September, said Jonathan Wayne, vice president for land with D.R. Horton’s Denver division. He declined to reveal the name of the buyer while the deal is pending.

    There are 24 units in three buildings, ranging in size from 1,339 to 1,686 square feet.

  • Tanglewoods taking a hiatus

    Tanglewoods is closed ee for now

    Tanglewoods restaurant in North Evergreen has shut its doors temporarily for a wedding and a short vacation by the owners, according to voice-mail and a sign on the restaurant’s door.

    “Tanglewoods will be closed to celebrate Jeff and Sara’s wedding, and we are going to enjoy a short vacation, so to speak. See you in a couple of weeks,” says the message when you call the restaurant.

    The restaurant has been closed for about 10 days, and there isn’t any definitive word on when it will reopen.

  • Walgreens expected to open in August

    Never fear. Walgreens will be here.

    Walgreens will definitely be opening in Evergreen by the end of August, according to a company spokeswoman.

    Construction issues have delayed the original opening date, according to Carol Hively, corporate spokeswoman for Walgreens. She declined to elaborate on what those issues might be.

    Rumors circulating around Evergreen that Walgreens is backing out or that the company is having a hard time hiring workers are false, she said.

  • Dogs, owners find fun at new store

    Dogma is defined as a belief in something. Dogma Pet Supply and Dog Wash opened because of owner Craig Gulliford’s belief that a pet supply store should be an experience, not just a store.

    Dogma, near El Rancho at 29017 Hotel Way, opened in January. Gulliford said the business has a fun and happy atmosphere.

    “You automatically smile when you walk in,” he said.

    The walls are painted in bright colors, and dog beds, dog food and other dog supplies line the walls.

  • Two new cafes in Kittredge offer a place to eat early, hang late

    Two new cafs in Kittredge that opened within days of each other are adding new life to that community.

    Cup of Joe Caf, opened by former Bucksnort Saloon owner Joe Bye, is hosting its grand opening this weekend. Bear Creek Marketplace, owned by Jim Kenney, opened July 4.

    Cup of Joe

    When Linda Curnes-Counter stopped at Sammy’s Tavern in Evergreen last year to celebrate a friend’s birthday, she did not expect to meet a new life partner and start a new business.