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Promenade Shops sold to national investor

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Promenade Shops sold to national investor

In a hushed real estate deal, an Illinois-based investment group purchased the high-end and successful Promenade Shops at Briargate in August for more than $96 million. “I have been thinking on and off for five years about this particular asset,” said Andrew Miller, president and CEO of Miller Capital Advisory Inc., which co-owns Skokie, Ill.-based… Continue Reading Promenade Shops sold to national investor

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Austin Bluffs to see weekend lane reductions

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The Pikes Peak Rural Transportation Authority will start multiple temporary lane reductions along Austin Bluffs Parkway beginning Oct. 12. The PPRTA release states that roadwork projects, which are scheduled to be completed by Oct. 25, will include construction to accommodate a waterline, storm sewer and a new turning lane. The projects are planned as follows:… Continue Reading Austin Bluffs to see weekend lane reductions

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Executives from Springs-based communications firm Colorado Hi-Tech Solutions will speak at this year’s STAR CON event, hosted by International Technology Assurance Group. During the conference for leading technology providers, scheduled for Oct. 20-23 at the U.S. Grant Hotel in San Diego, company leaders will discuss Colorado Hi-Tech Solutions and its role as an industry leader… Continue Reading Local IT firm execs to speak at national conference

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Familiar name comes back to new bistro

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Familiar name comes back to new bistro

An Algerian crepe shop owner is on the verge of continuing a family food tradition in a historic downtown Colorado Springs structure. Wahid Hafsaoui, a 39-year-old native of Algiers, is putting the final touches on his new Couture’s Bistro, which should open in early November. The restaurant will be housed in the 6,800-square-foot former home… Continue Reading Familiar name comes back to new bistro

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Local firm breaks ground in Castle Rock contract

The two concrete tilt-up structures will house the offices of entrepreneur Tim Dumler’s Larkspur-based Off the Chain LLC and are scheduled to be completed in June 2014, according to the release. Bryan Construction will also conduct all other work related to the Caprice Court site, including utilities, over-lot and landscaping. Documents from the Douglas County… Continue Reading Local firm breaks ground in Castle Rock contract

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Leaders of the El Pomar Institute for Innovation and Commercialization at UCCS gave an annual report to the community Tuesday at Penrose House, presenting examples of the organization’s successes. UCCS Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak moderated the event, as the EPIIC chairmen delivered progress reports to a crowd of business and community leaders. “This is truly a… Continue Reading EPIIC shares update on year’s optimistic endeavors

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Wag N’ Wash lets the dogs out in fine style

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Wag N’ Wash lets the dogs out in fine style

If they could, your furry friends would likely treat themselves much as we humans do — with fresh food, long baths, entertainment and perhaps a pedicure. But they can’t, so Wag N’ Wash does it for them. The company’s motto is “Wash ’em, feed ’em, spoil ’em, all in one cool place,” three aspects that… Continue Reading Wag N’ Wash lets the dogs out in fine style

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Rutledge’s plans expansion, renovation

Longtime downtown clothier Rutledge’s is preparing to expand both its shop space and product offerings within the next month, according the building owner and proprietor. Construction is scheduled to begin within the next week to restore the historic Perkins Shearer building at 102 N. Tejon St. to its original layout, said Jerry Rutledge, who runs… Continue Reading Rutledge’s plans expansion, renovation

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Solar gardens project draws competition

More than a month after Colorado Springs City Council voted in favor of a plan that would double the scope of the city’s community solar garden program, 10 contractors expressed interest in doing business in the local market. During a mandatory pre-proposal conference held by Colorado Springs Utilities last week, the 10 companies — half… Continue Reading Solar gardens project draws competition

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Ex-staffer sues SunShare over salary

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A former employee of local solar power development company SunShare recently filed a civil suit against the firm and its owner for allegedly failing to pay him $60,000, according to court documents. Nicholas Hellbusch, a certified public accountant who worked for SunShare shortly after owner David Amster-Olszewski founded the company in June 2011, claims in… Continue Reading Ex-staffer sues SunShare over salary

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