Like most businesses across the country, retail outlets in Denver have suffered greatly during the COVID-19 pandemic. But a new study offers reasons for optimism among business owners: Since the start of the year, foot traffic to retail, restaurants and entertainment venues in the Mile High City has increased at the second-fastest pace of any major metro area in the United States.
This conclusion comes from data research firm Zenreach, which found foot traffic and in-store visits generally on the upswing in the country’s largest metropolitan statistical areas: a 44 percent bump nationwide since…
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