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At the April 21 RCIS meeting at the Windchime Center, hosted by Mike Heritage of the London Group, NAI Highland Commercial broker Gary Bradley urged a swift call to action. At issue: two unidentified groups have requested a 45-day delay on CDOT’s final environmental assessment report. The report’s deadline is May 12 – in time… Continue Reading Tech II gets new owner; leases sparked by business growth

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Since homeowners and homebuilders have become increasingly interested in sustainable construction, there’s good news on the horizon. A green building material, primarily used in commercial construction, has found a niche in upscale home construction. Ashton Randall of Tri-Western Construction, a custom builder at The Spires Broadmoor, is using a 2-inch foam block building system that… Continue Reading Best Buy building gets new owner; home buyers' market

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Returning Marine back in business Admitting that his company “already has more than we can handle right now”, Sam Cameron of CameronButcher says he is pleased to have Brendan Peirce back from deployment to Iraq and Kuwait where he handled intelligence assignments. “Brendan will be working with us and our owners to keep properties leased… Continue Reading Strategic Financial Partners locate north; Garden Gateway leased

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For those who followed story on the Housing and Building Association of Colorado Springs’ HBA Cares project from last summer, you’ll be interested to know that the community home recently sold, generating $70,000 for HBA’s Home Cares charitable giving program. As a result, $10,000 was donated to each of seven local non-profit organizations including: Greccio… Continue Reading New retail center for Goodwill; southeast Springs focus

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Spring break drew a number of the city’s deal-makers and business owners to warmer climates or mountain getaways. So, they wanted to hit the ground running this week. With the DALSA announcement of 25 immediate tech jobs and 25 more on the horizon – along with SI Corp. winning an $800 million defense contract, the… Continue Reading Woodmen Valley Chapel expanding; brokerage opens

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It’s always great to see a Realtor Commercial Industrial Society alumni move into exciting new arenas. Take John Cassiani, for example. The former local commercial broker was recently tapped to lead the Economic Development Corp.’s marketing thrust – and his collaborative approach is already resonating with local brokers who may have felt distanced from EDC… Continue Reading EDC update; Powers corridor continues to attract attention

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Fountainhead Business Park opens phase one

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The CSBJ recently learned that one of Griff-Blessing’s many commercial tenants will celebrate his 50th anniversary in the same location. Lee Goodbar has practiced law from the same office at 6 S. Tejon St., Suite 519 in the U.S. Bank building since 1954, said Steve Engle, Griffis-Blessing president. “We’ve only been his landlord for the… Continue Reading Fountainhead Business Park opens phase one

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According to John Burns, founder of Real Estate Consulting in Irvine, California, 54 percent of total households in the U.S. could qualify for a home priced at $250,000, assuming a five percent mortgage rate and a 20 percent down payment. If rates rise to nine percent, almost 22 million households (36 percent of those who… Continue Reading Expanding business spurs market; 120-acre parcel sells

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Just received a February 20 market update from RE/MAX Properties’ researcher Bill Kemp who predicts the resale market will lag as new home sales surge in 2004. Another interesting observation: Sellers need to be most concerned about pricing their homes right. “If they start out too high, they have to bring it down incrementally and… Continue Reading Shopping center sets mid-June opening; ConfigureSoft lease

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The roar of heavy equipment, the buzz on deals in the pipeline and the push to a new auto dealership has energized the entire real estate landscape. Here’s a quick look at some of the moving and shaking. Thibault Buys Parcel Near Falcon T-Bone Construction’s owner, Mike Thibault, is on a roll. The busy contractor… Continue Reading Trestle Building goes condominium, local facilities expand

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