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Ergonomics is the study of environment or work space adaptation; Ergometrix is Jamie Allen’s business that applies ergonomics to work sites. A nationally recognized motivational speaker, Allen seeks to adjust the work environment to the worker, thus preventing the accidents, stress and trauma that frequently affect workers. Evaluating office space is an Ergometrix mainstay, but… Continue Reading Entrepreneur keys on healthy, friendly work environment

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McDowell goes to Hoff and Leigh

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Mike McDowell recently moved his commercial brokerage practice to Hoff and Leigh Inc. At Hoff and Leigh, McDowell will continue specializing in office, industrial and investment buildings and land, serving buyers, sellers, tenants and landlords. McDowell has worked in Colorado Springs’ commercial real estate since 1985. Prior to his move to Hoff and Leigh, he… Continue Reading McDowell goes to Hoff and Leigh

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In spite of recommendations that no Enterprise Zones be discontinued without another economic development plan in place, the Colorado Economic Development Commission voted to trim more Enterprise Zones earlier this week. As anticipated, the Fairlane Technology Park, the Northgate Business Park, the Briargate Business Campus, and Palmer Lake and Monument have all been cut from… Continue Reading Enterprise Zones trimmed by Development Commission

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MedLogic Global has opening

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MedLogic Global Corporation held its grand opening yesterday for its new corporate offices and research and development facility. The home-grown biotechnology company moved from approximately 6,100 square feet on Garden of the Gods Road to the new, 18,500-square-foot facility at 4815 List Dr. in order to expand and consolidate its R&D from North Carolina with… Continue Reading MedLogic Global has opening

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Bruegger's Bagels alive and well

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Despite rumors that Bruegger’s Fresh Bagel Bakery stores in Colorado Springs may close, the two stores are thriving and will remain open. “They’re the two best in the state,” said Steve Sheldon, director of marketing for Bruegger’s. Speculation about whether Bruegger’s Colorado Springs stores might close arose after Quality Dining Inc., owner of the Denver-based… Continue Reading Bruegger's Bagels alive and well

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Sailing Specialties move

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Sailing Specialties recently moved to the heart of revitalized Colorado Springs and added almost 1,000 square feet of space at 415 S. Cascade. Owner Gus Farrar said the building used to be a carpet cleaning company so it has a tower in the middle of the building. This worked out well for Sailing Specialties. The… Continue Reading Sailing Specialties move

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Jackson Creek ready to develop

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Development of the 1,050 acres of Jackson Creek in the Regency Park area in Monument is scheduled to begin in early summer with homes available the first part of 1998. Jackson Creek is planned to be developed in seven phases over 30 years with the primary focus on the residential areas. More than 2,800 single… Continue Reading Jackson Creek ready to develop

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MarketScape lands contracts, licensee

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After a $2 million infusion of venture capital and funding from various local investors six months ago, MarketScape Inc. announced its first original equipment manufacturer licensee, along with several large new contracts for its WebCD product. Ottawa-based Fulcrum Technologies Inc., developers of advanced information-retrieval software for enterprise knowledge management, has licensed WebCD and will package… Continue Reading MarketScape lands contracts, licensee

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Mansion/apartment complex sells

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A downtown mansion turned apartment complex recently sold for $357,524 to a partnership controlled by Gregory and Pam Olson. The Wheeler House at 1908 N. Cascade Ave. is 5,880 square feet and has eight apartments, said the Olson’s representative Hermann Spielkamp, of Banc Commercial. Wheeler House was built by Col. Jerome Wheeler who was a… Continue Reading Mansion/apartment complex sells

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Cheyenne Mesa complex sold

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Cheyenne Mesa complex at 1301, 1350 and 1355 S. 8th St. was recently purchased for $800,000 by Michael and Karen Turley. The Turleys purchased the complex which is comprised of two office buildings and a dormitory on five acres as an investment. The Turleys are working on extending the lease with Cheyenne Mesa School which… Continue Reading Cheyenne Mesa complex sold

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