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Although first quarter enplanments reflect the recent fall in passenger traffic at the Colorado Springs Municipal Airport, March figures establish another set of boardings records. March boardings were up 0.6% with 221,472 enplanements over March 1996’s 220,101 enplanments. Total passenger traffic also topped last year’s high with 440,918 travelers departing from or arriving at Colorado… Continue Reading Springs airport reports monthly boarding records

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The completion of the $18 million complex of 258 garden-style apartments on the east side of Centennial Boulevard and south of the Garden of the Gods Road has been delayed because of a fire last weekend in one of the vacant buildings. Donald Kitchen, spokesperson for Camelback Pointe, said the fire does not affect the… Continue Reading Completion of Camelback Pointe Apartments Slowed

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Homesite in Planning Stages

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A 320-acre site on Ayers Road in Black Forest is in the planning stages for development. Sylvan Meadows, owned by Land-Pro Group LLC with local principal Jerry Landress, is still in the planning stages. The plans are at the Water Board in Denver, said Richard Auderman, of Pathway Properties, who is marketing Sylvan Meadows. Once… Continue Reading Homesite in Planning Stages

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Top builders and subdivisions announced

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Littleton-based Home Builders Research has released the year-to-date rankings of El Paso County’s top builders and top subdivisions through February. Analyst David Laffoon of Home-Based Research said the research is based on recorded closings and permits issued. In the first couple of months of the year, a builder may pull a lot of permits. However,… Continue Reading Top builders and subdivisions announced

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After David Wiggins was injured working as a construction structural superintendent, he set about carving out a new career for himself. He started a business, Tech-Machine Inc., that saw earnings rise from $168,000 in 1995 to $460,000 in 1996. This year, the company that started literally by accident is projected to achieve earnings in excess… Continue Reading "Accidental" business shows record growth during year

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With the signing of a lease valued at $2 million over the next five and a half years, the Tiffany Square mall is 100% leased. The mall was purchased in 1994 by California-based TMP Partners for $3.5 million. It was turned into a class A office complex and leased to tenants such as MCI Mass… Continue Reading Fluke Corp. signs $2 million lease with Tiffany Square

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Pinkard Construction opens local office

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Lakewood-based Pinkard Construction Co. has opened an office in the Bank One Building to better serve its growing list of customers in Colorado Springs. The office represents the first expansion the 35-year-old general contractor has undergone. Pinkard specializes in providing preconstruction and construction services specifically in the Rocky Mountain Region. Jim Mellor, director of business… Continue Reading Pinkard Construction opens local office

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Rockies Fund to build $5 million headquarters

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The Rockies Fund will venture into the arena of speculative office building after seeing a 63% appreciation of its 26,000-square-foot Northpark building, which it sold in March for $1.08 million. The fund bought five acres of land earlier this month on Woodmen Road, west of Lexington Dr., for $390,000. It will build two office buildings… Continue Reading Rockies Fund to build $5 million headquarters

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MAPI set to expand facilities

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Ancient laws of nature and good health from India will receive a boost into the next millennium when a Colorado Springs company finishes its facility expansion this summer. Maharishi Ayur-Veda International, Inc. (MAPI), now in leased space at two different locations, will move all operations to its new building at 1068 Elkton Drive this summer.… Continue Reading MAPI set to expand facilities

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Springs cited in housing affordability survey

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Colorado Springs ranked 12th in the western region and 136th out of 184 cities across the United States surveyed in the 1996 fourth-quarter housing affordability by the National Association of Home Builders’ Housing Opportunity Index. The index is the only one that ranks housing affordability city by city. The NAHB-HOI measures the proportion of homes… Continue Reading Springs cited in housing affordability survey

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