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The long-awaited Mining Exchange hotel will have a target opening date of April 15 – and the Wydham chain it’s a part of has allowed them to start accepting reservations for group events beginning June 1. “We’re very close,” said catering manager Shelby Pywell. “We’re opening in phases, so the main building with 57 guest… Continue Reading Mining Exchange shooting for April 15 opening, accepting reservations

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Hotels saw the biggest leap in sales tax collected in October over the previous month, according the city’s October sales and use tax report. Hotels saw a 20.9 percent increase in tax collections. The Lodger’s and Auto Rental Tax collection was up 11 percent over last October, which really represents all of the activity through… Continue Reading Springs’ sales and use tax collections slightly higher than projected

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Colorado Springs hotel sales executives, general managers and event planners rate Colorado Springs high against Vail and Albuquerque, but said the city falls short when compared to Denver, especially in the area of night life. The group of about 50 hotel sales executives and event planners from the Hospitality, Sales, Marketing Association International local chapter… Continue Reading Colorado Springs has to sell its strengths, local hotel execs say

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Philip Anschutz has been interested in The Broadmoor Hotel for years. He remembers his first visit there with his father when he was just 5-years-old. On Thursday it was announced that Anschutz bought The Oklahoma Publishing Company, the company that owns The Broadmoor, where just two weeks ago he spent time with his own 8-year-old… Continue Reading Philip Anschutz had interest in The Broadmoor for years

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Phil Anschutz buying The Broadmoor

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Denver financier Phil Anschutz is buying the historic Broadmoor hotel. “That is huge for us,” said Allison Scott, Broadmoor spokeswoman. Broadmoor President and CEO Steve Bartolin will remain in place and no other changes are planned to the management or staff. Bartolin met with management and then all employees this morning to break the news.… Continue Reading Phil Anschutz buying The Broadmoor

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Colorado Springs Real Estate Briefs Nov. 15, 2002

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Judging by recent conversations with some of the commercial real estate community’s finest, the Pikes Peak region is suffering a few setbacks, but most brokers are busy. Foreclosures are up (29 recorded in the Daily Transcript this week), but savvy investors are poised for bargains – and new employers are still making announcements. Here’s hoping… Continue Reading Colorado Springs Real Estate Briefs Nov. 15, 2002

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Redistricting discussions are building this week to a crescendo at the State Legislature. EDC, The Chamber of Commerce and the Pikes Peak Association of Realtors are all watching developments closely as the final determination could have major impact on El Paso County’s military installations and legislative bargaining in the future. Stay tuned for details on… Continue Reading Colorado Springs Real Estate Briefs Jan. 28, 2002

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It’s been only two and one-half weeks since America became the target of terrorism. Aside from lost lives and economic damage that continues to mount, consumer confidence took a big punch in the gut. People are afraid to fly despite the increasingly lower airfares and some investors are pulling – what is left of their… Continue Reading Sept. 11th hits U.S. and Co Springs economies but experts predict turn-around

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