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Copper Ridge to welcome shops, prepare for more

Four years after the initiation of developer Gary Erickson’s grand plan for urban renewal, Copper Ridge at Northgate is still plugging along. Three new businesses are scheduled to open next month at the mixed-use development on the northernmost edge of Colorado Springs, east of the Air Force Academy and Interstate 25, and more will continue to… Continue Reading Copper Ridge to welcome shops, prepare for more

Retail a mixed bag across region

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Retail a mixed bag across region

Jerry Rutledge will greet you with a warm handshake and a smile. The downtown retailer has reason to be happy. His men’s apparel shop, Rutledge’s, has been on Tejon Street (first at the corner of Tejon and Pikes Peak Avenue, more recently at the corner of Tejon and Kiowa streets) for nearly a half-century, and… Continue Reading Retail a mixed bag across region

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On the Horizon – April 18, 2014

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April 19 Buy a home How to buy a home in today’s market, a free workshop sponsored by Bank of Colorado mortgage division, 9:30-11:30 a.m., at Bank of Colorado, 4328 Edison Ave. Call to reserve a seat, 304-5119 or 661-2888. April 21-May 16 Best in business voting Vote for the best businesses in the community… Continue Reading On the Horizon – April 18, 2014

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Kudos! – April 18, 2014

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Reak recognized Kathy Reak, Colorado Springs Convention and Visitors Bureau director of convention sales, received the 2014 Meetings Industry Council’s Leadership Award. The award recognizes individuals who demonstrate active leadership within the meetings industry. SBDC wins award The Colorado Springs Small Business Development Center won the SBA 2014 Region VIII SBDC Excellence and Innovation Award.… Continue Reading Kudos! – April 18, 2014

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Reports promising for commercial, apartments

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Despite seemingly optimistic projections of the Colorado Springs commercial real estate market, a recent first-quarter report indicates net absorption is down in all of the city’s office submarkets. But the year’s first MarketView report for Class A/B office space — done quarterly by Cushman & Wakefield’s Colorado Springs Commercial group — found the negative absorption… Continue Reading Reports promising for commercial, apartments

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Lodgers cross fingers for coming season

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Lodgers cross fingers for coming season

Area businesses catering to tourists really could use a good summer. After two seasons marred by fires and floods, local hotels, motels and bed-and-breakfasts are waiting with bated breath to see whether their busiest months will bring boom or bust. Many are cautiously optimistic that this year will curb a two-year slide of disappointing numbers.… Continue Reading Lodgers cross fingers for coming season

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Old World Designs can bring ancient styles to your home

The new space on the southeast side of 4669 Centennial Blvd. shows off Chris Lobato’s work. In it, crystal vases sit on Venetian mantlepieces, mirrors inside a stone frame, mantles seemingly from the past, new yet ancient architectural features. “This space lets me show what I really can do,” said Lobato in his showroom, a… Continue Reading Old World Designs can bring ancient styles to your home

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RBA finds fit for key spot – Wenstrand

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For anyone living in Northwest Florida a little more than a decade ago, the economic circumstances certainly were unusual, even confusing. After the events of Sept. 11, 2001, the heavy Air Force presence in that area obviously was pushed to the max. Between the massive Eglin Air Force Base operations and the adjacent Hurlburt Field… Continue Reading RBA finds fit for key spot – Wenstrand

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White and staff grow Northstar Bank Colorado

Mark White, president of Northstar Bank Colorado, moved with his family to Colorado Springs from Grand Junction when he was in junior high school. He loves the outdoors and spends as much time as he can hiking, hunting, fishing, skiing and golfing with his wife Lori and their sons, 14 and 16, both students at… Continue Reading White and staff grow Northstar Bank Colorado

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What does Mark Ferrandino most desire as he finishes up his final session as speaker of the Colorado House of Representatives? There are lots of potential answers, but one comes to mind: Ferrandino, a Denver Democrat, would like to figure out how to snatch back the $120 million in tax increment funding that the state… Continue Reading Legislative action brings out rest of C4C story

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