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Real estate deals here total $4.8 million

Real estate deals here total $4.8 million

The Kameron Family Partnership sold its 34,182-square-foot shopping center at 750 Garden of the Gods Road for $2.9 million. Michael Helwege of Colorado Springs Commercial was the sales broker. The new owner is Vieux Carre Holding Company, a firm founded in May this year with an address in Castle Pines and a registered agent named… Continue Reading Real estate deals here total $4.8 million

Cimarron/I-25 project boosted with extra funds

Colorado’s Transportation Commission approved $19.55 million in supplemental funds Dec. 18 to bridge a budget shortfall for reconstruction of the I-25/Cimarron Interchange, allowing the project to start in 2015. Additional funding sources include: $5 million Responsible Acceleration of Maintenance and Partnerships contingency funds; $12.5 million Regional Priority Projects funds; and $2.05 million City of Colorado Springs… Continue Reading Cimarron/I-25 project boosted with extra funds

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Everest to close Springs service center

Everest University Online will close its Colorado Springs service center in February and terminate all 200 of its current employees. The school’s parent company, California-based Corinthian Colleges Inc., told staffers Wednesday the closure and layoffs will be effective Feb. 28. “Today we have difficult news to share with you. Given the significant reduction in our online student… Continue Reading Everest to close Springs service center

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A group of nearly 300 top employers across the area plans to add 4,839 jobs over the next three years, the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance reported Tuesday in its year-end member investor briefing. Also, the Business Alliance is courting nine unnamed companies that are seriously considering relocation with the potential of bringing a total… Continue Reading Business Alliance paints positive local picture

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Springs ink company announces Sunlight Inks

Chromatic Technologies Inc. (CTI) of Colorado Springs introduced its Sunlight Inks for decoration applications in the aluminum can manufacturing industry. In August, Chromatic Technologies Inc. launched Sunlight Inks for use in the label industry. The company’s new inks are the product of an innovation team working within CTI with a select group of customers. Sunlight… Continue Reading Springs ink company announces Sunlight Inks

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New Tech event Thursday

The next New Tech event in Colorado Springs will feature an alternative to credit cards, Locagram and a website that single people can meet men with beards. The event takes place Thursday at 5:30 at Epicentral Coworking Space, 409 N. Tejon. Nick Lee is the host of the event. Based in Denver, Raspberry.us is a new… Continue Reading New Tech event Thursday

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Bagley chosen for Springs Council seat

At a special meeting Monday evening, Colorado Springs City Council appointed Air Force retiree and Air Force Academy graduate Larry Bagley to serve as District 2 Councilmember until April 7. Bagley, 71, will replace former Councilman Joel Miller, who resigned in order to run for Colorado Springs Mayor. The Council chose Bagley from 10 applicants for the… Continue Reading Bagley chosen for Springs Council seat

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Springs store offers 3D-printed figurines

The 3D Printing Store in Colorado Springs now offers full-body 3D scans and 3D-printed “mini-me” figurines. The offerings, which are marketed as unique holiday gift ideas, are now available at the 3D Printing Store’s four Colorado locations, including its Colorado Springs store at 4250 Buckingham Dr., Suite 100. “This is a unique gift to give… Continue Reading Springs store offers 3D-printed figurines

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King charter school purchases real estate

Three charter schools affiliated with Colorado Early Colleges are purchasing their buildings this week for $17.3 million, said Administrator Keith King. The three schools are in Colorado Springs, Fort Collins and Parker. Colorado Springs Early Colleges is in its eighth year of helping students receive associates degrees for free while still in high school, King… Continue Reading King charter school purchases real estate

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Mayor Bach will not seek second term

Colorado Springs Mayor Steve Bach, 71, announced today that he will not run for a second term in April’s municipal election. Bach is the city’s first “strong mayor” under the city’s new charter, which voters approved in November 2010. He was elected to a four-year term on May 17, 2011, and took office on June 7… Continue Reading Mayor Bach will not seek second term

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