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Metro Moves: Wheat Ridge co-working space Symmetry Collective opens Thursday

Welcome to the Denver Gazette’s Metro Moves. You’ll get the latest metro Denver openings, closings, hiring and promotion briefs here. To submit your company’s news, drop an email to savannah.mehrtens@denvergazette.com.Opening soon in Wheat Ridge, Symmetry Collective co-working space provider will have a grand opening at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, 6545 W. 44t...

Welcome to the Denver Gazette’s Metro Moves. You’ll get the latest metro Denver openings, closings, hiring and promotion briefs here. To submit your company’s news, drop an email to savannah.mehrtens@denvergazette.com.

Opening soon in Wheat Ridge, Symmetry Collective co-working space provider will have a grand opening at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, 6545 W. 44th Ave.

Wheat Ridge Mayor Bud Starker is scheduled to join members of the Wheat Ridge Business Association, company officials and guests at the ribbon-cutting ceremony. Plans call for private tours of the space, sample services and a food and drink happy hour.

The new 3,900 square-foot co-working space is designed to offer a variety of therapeutic treatment rooms, a conference room, a yoga studio, an infra-red sauna and a practitioner napping area, according to a press release. Wellness rooms have access to massage tables and linens, zero gravity reflexology chairs, facial steamers, hot stones, Thai mats, a fully equipped yoga studio, chairs and tables for workshops and classes.

These spaces are available for rent by the hour or through a membership program, according to the release.

Co-owners Celeste O’Brien and Kina Ueda started a massage therapy company, Symmetry 360 Massage, about 15 years ago. Their first business grew into multiple locations across metro Denver and has over 60 employees, according to the release.

Historic Denver, Inc., a 53-year-old nonprofit, recently named John Deffenbaugh as its president and CEO.

Deffenbaugh will be responsible for overseeing advocacy and operations of Historic Denver along with its flagship property, the Molly Brown House Museum. He brings almost 20 years of experience in architectural, urban and creative design projects in the United States and the U.K., according to a press release.

Deffenbaugh recently worked for the RiNo (River North) Art District as senior director of strategy and projects. He also served as executive director of Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods (CHUN) in 2022 and 2023. Deffenbaugh is a Denver East High School alumnus.

“John is a dynamic leader and a thoughtful urbanist with a passion for historic preservation and community engagement,” said John Lucero, chair of the Historic Denver Board of Trustees, in the release. “We are thrilled to bring him on to lead our organization at this pivotal time in our city.”

Andrea Burns has served as Historic Denver interim president and CEO since January and will stay on through May to support the transition.

Little Owl Coffee is opened its third location Saturday in the Lower Highlands (LoHi) neighborhood.

Established in 2013, this coffee shop is known for locally roasted coffee, according to a news release. The new location will maintain elements of the original location, 1555 Blake Street, according to the release. In addition to drinks, the shop also has fresh baked goods from Pandemic Donuts and Reunion Bakery.

“We are beyond psyched to be opening this little cafe,” said Mike Sinon, co-Owner of Little Owl Coffee. “The space is a perfect reflection of our little squad, and business-wise, we’re just excited to make new friends and bring our style of fast friends hospitality across the river.”

Restaurants, Food and Drink | Popular cottage bakery and plant shop opening in Wheat Ridge in May

Lindsey Judd is happy to have her home back. Not long after she and husband Matt Dulin bought their first Denver residence in 2020, Dulin gutted it and turned it into GetRight’s, an at-home bakery operation — known as a cottage bakery — and a plant shop.Now, three years later, the pair are opening their first brick-and-mortar space, located at 6985 W. 38th Ave. in Wheat Ridge, on Friday, May 19. And they can finally call their house a home.“I’m ready to check this one off our list,” Dulin sai...

Lindsey Judd is happy to have her home back. Not long after she and husband Matt Dulin bought their first Denver residence in 2020, Dulin gutted it and turned it into GetRight’s, an at-home bakery operation — known as a cottage bakery — and a plant shop.

Now, three years later, the pair are opening their first brick-and-mortar space, located at 6985 W. 38th Ave. in Wheat Ridge, on Friday, May 19. And they can finally call their house a home.

“I’m ready to check this one off our list,” Dulin said.

For Dulin, an Arizona native who grew up in Thornton, the pandemic came at a perfect time. He’d been working in the restaurant industry for 19 years, with his last stint at Uncle Ramen in Washington Park. But the high-pace environment was slowly crippling his passion for the business.

“You get to a certain point where you’re just managing, and you’re kind of removed from the process, and you start to lose the fun of it,” Dulin said. “I was trying to figure out how to start a family and how to have an actual life, and it’s just really hard to find that balance in restaurants.”

In Feb. 2020, he left Uncle and started his own greenhouse business out of the home he shares with Judd, selling cactuses and other succulents. Dulin’s love of plants started at a young age when he’d water his mother’s plants as chores, and it continued into his 20s when he worked on farms around the country.

“The more that I learned about plants, the more that it brought me closer to cooking,” Dulin said. “And the more that I learned about cooking, the more I wanted to know about how food grows.”

But the plant business wasn’t taking off, partially because he had no following to help boost sales, so he returned to what he knows best: the kitchen. Dulin learned how to bake sourdough bread eight years ago while working with Alex Figura, co-owner of Dio Mio and Redeemer Pizza, at the since-closed Lower 48. And he’d tinkered with his recipe at home and by baking bread for his friends and family. So once he felt like he had the perfect loaf, he started selling it online and on social media during the pandemic. In the first few weeks, he was selling around 80 loaves of bread weekly, making deliveries across town and offering pick-up orders from home.

“The bread was the thing that helped spike our plant traffic,” Dulini said.

Dulin then added pastries, like plum galettes, coffee cake and biscuits, to the lineup, and over the next couple of years, he started selling his baked goods and plants at various spots around town, including pop-ups and farmers markets. The ultimate goal was to open a real store.

At first, Dulin and Judd considered mountain towns like Buena Vista, but they realized they had already built a strong foundation in Denver so they decided to stay and secured the 1,200-square-foot space last year. Since then, there have been several permitting delays, however.

Dulin has renovated the former nail salon mostly by himself, building out the kitchen and prep areas. He’s hired three employees to help him with baking, and Judd, who previously worked for Guild Education, will be the front-of-the-house manager.

GetRight’s, which will be open Thursday through Sunday from 8 a.m. to around 1 p.m., will serve sourdough bread and pastries, like their popular canelés, salted maple cinnamon rolls, babka, as well as cheesecakes and key lime pies, in the mornings. Dulin also wants to add more savory items like breakfast sandwiches or burritos. They won’t be serving coffee because they are located next door to the coffee shop Stylus and Crate. For lunch, Dulin wants to set it up like a European cafe with a variety of sandwiches made from the bread and ingredients they’re focusing on that week laid out in the pastry case, as well as prepared salads.

“I don’t want to be just another bakery doing a good croissant,” Dulin said. “There are so many good quality spots throughout Denver already doing that.”

GetRight’s is named after a comic book character named Goody GetRight that Dulin created back in the day. It’s also the pen name he used to write his book: Tour De Compassion: A Long Way to No Where, a story about a young man’s cross-country journey on a bike.

Plants for sale are hung all around the shop. “I’d rather have something that people are able to take care of better rather than a tropical plant, where your house needs to be set at like 70 degrees all the time,” Dulin said. “You need a humidifier or one of these spray bottles and need to mist it twice a day.”

This summer, Dulin plans to start a ticketed dinner series on the building’s rooftop to showcase more of his cooking skills outside of baking. He hosted the series in his and Judd’s backyard last year, selling out tickets in under 30 seconds for each event. The property has Airbnb spaces up top, so Dulin hopes to host some out-of-state chefs when he can.

He also wants to start a farmers market in the parking lot in partnership with Stylus and Crate and Colorado Plus Brew Pub and Tap House next door.

“There isn’t much in Wheat Ridge,” Dulin said. “It’s close enough to Denver to have city amenities, but it’s far enough removed to feel like you’re not in Denver. The more and more that we look around here, the more and more that we see young people with families that want to get out of the city, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you want to just only eat at Chipotle and Tokyo Joe’s or drive to Denver to get a good bite of food all the time.

“If we can focus on quality overall, then hopefully it makes everyone else either demand more quality or strive for more in some of the spots around here,” he said.

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Mark Your Calendars For Ridgefest And More

Join Localworks and the City of Wheat Ridge for our much-anticipated annual Ridgefest – “There’s No Place Like Wheat Ridge,” brought to you by FirstBank – on June 24 from 2 to 8 p.m. During Ridgefest enjoy live music that features a variety of styles, including salsa, funk and dance. This year’s lineup of local artists is Conjunto Colores, Groove N Motion and Hot Lunch.We know you’ll be feeling hungry, so there will be plenty of local refreshments and food for all kinds of appetites! Enjoy som...

Join Localworks and the City of Wheat Ridge for our much-anticipated annual Ridgefest – “There’s No Place Like Wheat Ridge,” brought to you by FirstBank – on June 24 from 2 to 8 p.m. During Ridgefest enjoy live music that features a variety of styles, including salsa, funk and dance. This year’s lineup of local artists is Conjunto Colores, Groove N Motion and Hot Lunch.

We know you’ll be feeling hungry, so there will be plenty of local refreshments and food for all kinds of appetites! Enjoy some of your local favorite eats, including, but not limited to, iPie, Rolling Smoke BBQ, Em’s Ice Cream and more. For our refreshments, we’d like to thank New Image Brewing, Mestizo Brew Cantina, Colorado Brew Plus, Stem Ciders and Colorado Cider Company for providing their original creations to this event. Beer isn’t your thing? We will also have wine onsite and plenty of water, kombucha AND refreshments from the Wheelie Bean for attendees to stay hydrated.

While at Ridgefest you can participate in various activities including our featured cornhole tournament sponsored by Joe and Kathryn Seehusen with Colorado Home Realty. Teams can enter to win prizes, one prize including tickets to an amazing Pink Floyd cover band at Red Rocks! Attendees can also take a stroll through Makers on the Ridge and see some of our incredible and unique local creators, including our own Clear Creek Makerspace doing a demonstration of button pressing of the art created by our winning (not yet chosen) button contest illustrator.

Whatever it is that you enjoy, we are positive that you will find something at Ridgefest to love. Entry to this event is completely free! Bring yourself, your family and friends and enjoy a day filled with music, food, kids activities and fun with your community!

TLC Clean Up Days Are Returning For The Summer

Wheat Ridge residents are invited to join Localworks and Bin-There-Dump-That to dispose of their large item trash, recycling and green waste at our 2023 designated TLC Clean-Up Days. These events offer Wheat Ridge residents a parking lot FULL of specialty dumpsters in partnership with Bin-There-Dump-That. This year we have allocated four Clean-Up Days:

• June 17, Trinity Church of Wheat Ridge, 4490 Newland St.

• July 22, Applewood Baptist Church, 11200 W. 32nd Ave., sponsored by Xcel Energy

• Aug. 26, Wheat Ridge United Methodist Church, 7530 W. 38th Ave.

• Sept. 16, St. James Episcopal Church, 8235 W. 44th Ave.

Those interested in learning more can visit: https://wearelocalworks.org/our-programs/tlc-wheat-ridge/

Our new Sponsor a Dumpster Program now allows business owners and community members alike to help support Localworks’ mission to keep Wheat Ridge a vibrant and sustainable place to live and work. In exchange for a sponsorship you will have your name or business logo displayed on a dumpster at one of our four events! Each cleanup day sees well over 400 visitors so this is a great way to get your brand seen while showing your support of one of our most popular programs. For more information on sponsoring a dumpster please email the program manager Jake Harrington at Jharrington@wearelocalworks.org.

Save The Date For Mid-Century And Modern Home Tour

One of Localworks most-anticipated events is coming back this summer – save the date for Wheat Ridge’s Mid-Century and Modern Home Tour, Saturday, Aug. 19. The tour will be self-paced and take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., with the after party kicking off at 4. From vintage mid-century to modern style homes, the Mid-Century and Modern Home Tour showcases the best of Wheat Ridge and the after party continues the fun with themed decor and more. During this year’s tour, you can expect five to six homes that you will be able to tour on site AND additional unique homes that will be available for a virtual tour as well. For more information about the event including purchasing tickets and the after party please visit: www.wearelocalworks.org/events

Are you interested in volunteering for the tour? Localworks is seeking volunteers who will receive a FREE ticket to the event. Volunteers can expect to help greet participants at the homes, help with wayfinding, assist with ticket pick up and more. If you are interested in volunteering or would like to learn more, please email reception@wearelocalworks.org.

Adison Wash is Localworks’ Marketing and Community Relations Associate.

Popular cottage bakery and plant shop opening in Wheat Ridge in May

Lindsey Judd is happy to have her home back. Not long after she and husband Matt Dulin bought their first Denver residence in 2020, Dulin gutted it and turned it into GetRight’s, an at-home bakery operation — known as a cottage bakery — and a plant shop.Now, three years later, the pair are opening their first brick-and-mortar space, located at 6985 W. 38th Ave. in Wheat Ridge, on Friday, May 19. And they can finally call their house a home.“I’m ready to check this one off our list,” Dulin sai...

Lindsey Judd is happy to have her home back. Not long after she and husband Matt Dulin bought their first Denver residence in 2020, Dulin gutted it and turned it into GetRight’s, an at-home bakery operation — known as a cottage bakery — and a plant shop.

Now, three years later, the pair are opening their first brick-and-mortar space, located at 6985 W. 38th Ave. in Wheat Ridge, on Friday, May 19. And they can finally call their house a home.

“I’m ready to check this one off our list,” Dulin said.

For Dulin, an Arizona native who grew up in Thornton, the pandemic came at a perfect time. He’d been working in the restaurant industry for 19 years, with his last stint at Uncle Ramen in Washington Park. But the high-pace environment was slowly crippling his passion for the business.

“You get to a certain point where you’re just managing, and you’re kind of removed from the process, and you start to lose the fun of it,” Dulin said. “I was trying to figure out how to start a family and how to have an actual life, and it’s just really hard to find that balance in restaurants.”

In Feb. 2020, he left Uncle and started his own greenhouse business out of the home he shares with Judd, selling cactuses and other succulents. Dulin’s love of plants started at a young age when he’d water his mother’s plants as chores, and it continued into his 20s when he worked on farms around the country.

“The more that I learned about plants, the more that it brought me closer to cooking,” Dulin said. “And the more that I learned about cooking, the more I wanted to know about how food grows.”

But the plant business wasn’t taking off, partially because he had no following to help boost sales, so he returned to what he knows best: the kitchen. Dulin learned how to bake sourdough bread eight years ago while working with Alex Figura, co-owner of Dio Mio and Redeemer Pizza, at the since-closed Lower 48. And he’d tinkered with his recipe at home and by baking bread for his friends and family. So once he felt like he had the perfect loaf, he started selling it online and on social media during the pandemic. In the first few weeks, he was selling around 80 loaves of bread weekly, making deliveries across town and offering pick-up orders from home.

“The bread was the thing that helped spike our plant traffic,” Dulini said.

Dulin then added pastries, like plum galettes, coffee cake and biscuits, to the lineup, and over the next couple of years, he started selling his baked goods and plants at various spots around town, including pop-ups and farmers markets. The ultimate goal was to open a real store.

At first, Dulin and Judd considered mountain towns like Buena Vista, but they realized they had already built a strong foundation in Denver so they decided to stay and secured the 1,200-square-foot space last year. Since then, there have been several permitting delays, however.

Dulin has renovated the former nail salon mostly by himself, building out the kitchen and prep areas. He’s hired three employees to help him with baking, and Judd, who previously worked for Guild Education, will be the front-of-the-house manager.

GetRight’s, which will be open Thursday through Sunday from 8 a.m. to around 1 p.m., will serve sourdough bread and pastries, like their popular canelés, salted maple cinnamon rolls, babka, as well as cheesecakes and key lime pies, in the mornings. Dulin also wants to add more savory items like breakfast sandwiches or burritos. They won’t be serving coffee because they are located next door to the coffee shop Stylus and Crate. For lunch, Dulin wants to set it up like a European cafe with a variety of sandwiches made from the bread and ingredients they’re focusing on that week laid out in the pastry case, as well as prepared salads.

“I don’t want to be just another bakery doing a good croissant,” Dulin said. “There are so many good quality spots throughout Denver already doing that.”

GetRight’s is named after a comic book character named Goody GetRight that Dulin created back in the day. It’s also the pen name he used to write his book: Tour De Compassion: A Long Way to No Where, a story about a young man’s cross-country journey on a bike.

Plants for sale are hung all around the shop. “I’d rather have something that people are able to take care of better rather than a tropical plant, where your house needs to be set at like 70 degrees all the time,” Dulin said. “You need a humidifier or one of these spray bottles and need to mist it twice a day.”

This summer, Dulin plans to start a ticketed dinner series on the building’s rooftop to showcase more of his cooking skills outside of baking. He hosted the series in his and Judd’s backyard last year, selling out tickets in under 30 seconds for each event. The property has Airbnb spaces up top, so Dulin hopes to host some out-of-state chefs when he can.

He also wants to start a farmers market in the parking lot in partnership with Stylus and Crate and Colorado Plus Brew Pub and Tap House next door.

“There isn’t much in Wheat Ridge,” Dulin said. “It’s close enough to Denver to have city amenities, but it’s far enough removed to feel like you’re not in Denver. The more and more that we look around here, the more and more that we see young people with families that want to get out of the city, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you want to just only eat at Chipotle and Tokyo Joe’s or drive to Denver to get a good bite of food all the time.

“If we can focus on quality overall, then hopefully it makes everyone else either demand more quality or strive for more in some of the spots around here,” he said.

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Suspected kidnapping victim found safe in Wheat Ridge, Jeffco Sheriff's Office says

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UPDATE | 7:02 a.m. and 3:02 p.m. — A woman who appeared to have been "forcibly kidnapped/abducted" on Tuesday afternoon was found safe in Wheat Ridge.

Around 10 p.m. Tuesday, investigators received a tip that the missing woman, Jessica Meise, and the suspect, Lance Foster, were at an apartment along the 10200 block of 44th Avenue. The unit was owned by one of Foster's relatives, the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office said. Deputies began to negotiate with Foster and agreed to release Meise, who confirmed to deputies she had been kidnapped and was being held against her will.

Meise was transported to a local hospital. Her condition is unknown at this time.

Foster refused to surrender and the West Metro SWAT team was called in.

At 5:50 a.m. Wednesday, investigators obtained an arrest warrant, the sheriff's office said. They were able to rescue Foster's grandmother, who was also in the apartment. Foster was taken into custody at 6:40 a.m.

He faces charges of kidnapping, assault, robbery and possibly other charges.

AURORA, Colo. — The Colorado Bureau of Investigation has issued an Endangered Missing Alert for a woman who was kidnapped by her ex-boyfriend in Aurora.

Jessica Meise, 43, was last seen by witnesses being "forcibly kidnapped/abducted" around 5:47 p.m. Tuesday at 26000 E. Quincy Avenue in Aurora, according to CBI.

Meise is 5 feet, 3 inches tall and 135 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes.

Authorities named Lance Foster, 43, as the suspect. According to the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office, Foster is Meise's ex-boyfriend and had been stalking her.

Foster is 5 feet, 10 inches tall and 190 pounds with bald or brown hair and blue eyes. He has multiple tattoos on his head and neck.

It is believed the two are traveling in an unknown direction on Interstate 70.

The vehicle is described as a black 2008 Lincoln MKZ with Colorado license plate BTM-A53.

A metro-wide Be On The Lookout (BOLO) alert was issued, according to the sheriff's office. It is unknown if Foster is armed.

Anyone with information about Meise or Foster's location is asked to call 911 or the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office at 303-795-4711.

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