Colorado’s Front Range continues to see a steady stream of California transplants — not just people, but entire corporations and satellite offices.
One of them could be a Bay Area financial technology (fintech) startup that is looking at the metro area and could bring in nearly 800 jobs over eight years.
Project Feline, a codename used to protect the company’s identity, is considering locations in Denver, Douglas or Arapahoe counties, as well as in Arizona and Florida.
To help sway the decision, the Colorado Economic Development Commission on Thursday approved $9 million in job growth incentive tax credits for the privately held company if it follows through.
“Colorado is not one of those states that leads with incentives. We are not as competitive as other