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Berkeley Software takes a byte

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Berkeley Software Design Inc. made its first commercial shipment in 1993. Now , in just four years, the company has become a major player in the quest to supply software to Internet providers. The company was founded in 1991 by key members of the Computer Systems Research Group at the University of California at Berkeley.… Continue Reading Berkeley Software takes a byte

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Real Estate Seminar

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The Southern Colorado Chapter 53 of The Institute of Real Estate Management will hold its monthly luncheon meeting beginning with registration at 11:45 a.m., Tuesday, at the LeBaron Hotel, 314 W. Bijou. Charlie Oliver, CPM, will discuss legislative issues for the luncheon program. Following lunch, there will be an educational seminar. This four-hour seminar will… Continue Reading Real Estate Seminar

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G.E. Johnson Construction Co. has contracted with Colorado Springs Utilities to build and renovate a Call and Service Center at 701 North Circle Drive. The 67,000 sq. ft. project will begin this June and is scheduled for completion in October, 1998, at a cost of $6.2 million. The project is actually a series of two… Continue Reading G. E. Johnson builds utilities service center

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ArrowsWest completes largest deal

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In the largest real estate transaction of 1997, 4425 ArrowsWest Ltd., a Texas Limited Partnership, bought the office/industrial building located just off of Garden of the Gods Road for $11.5 million from 4425 ArrowsWest Associates, L.P., a Colorado Limited Partnership. The property consists of one 172,400-square-foot building on 11.5 acres in the ArrowsWest Business Park.… Continue Reading ArrowsWest completes largest deal

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Family center benefits from home sale

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The sale of a $113,000 new home at Villages at Sand Creek benefited the Sand Creek Elementary’s Family Center. Residential developers Myers Homes and Keller Homes donated all proceeds from the sale of a home to the neighborhood’s public school family center at the Community Harvest II celebration with Colorado Springs Mayor Mary Lou Makepeace.… Continue Reading Family center benefits from home sale

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Hammond Distributing opened one of its newest centers in Colorado Springs in March at 940 Ford St. The St. Louis-based wholesale heating and air conditioner distributor leased the 13,700 square foot building for three years for $4.25 per square foot. Mike Levar, manager of Hammond Distributing, said the company opened in 1903 and sells to… Continue Reading Hammond Distributing opens in Colorado Springs

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Primrose Schools, an Atlanta-based franchise system of educational preschools, plans to open 40 new units along the Front Range in the next five years. Four or five are planned for Colorado Springs with the rest in Ft. Collins, Denver and Boulder. Primrose targeted the region for its demographic similarity to core markets elsewhere in the… Continue Reading Primrose child care plans expansion to Front Range

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The largest four-service public utility company in the country will be visited by an Italian utilities delegation next week. The delegation wants to study the success of Colorado Springs Utilities, an enterprise fund entity within the City of Colorado Springs government, and its transition preparations toward deregulation. Enterprise funds are self-supporting (not supported by tax… Continue Reading Italian delegation studies Colorado Springs Utilities' transition

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Technology to the "nth"

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As globalization spreads, more and more Colorado Springs firms are feeling the need to compete using various international standards of business improvement. One local company, I<SUP>n</SUP>Technology Corp., is poised to take advantage of the growing United States market for improvement systems. I<SUP>n</SUP>Technology has shifted its consulting and training focus to a more product-oriented focus. In… Continue Reading Technology to the "nth"

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Origin Communications Inc., formerly Origin Systems Inc., has signed two new contracts, one with an existing client and one with the new owner of a former client, adding to their tremendous growth over the past 10 years. Origin has deepened its relationship with Cyrix Corp., a multi-million dollar, Richardson, Texas-based integrated circuit manufacturer. Origin will… Continue Reading Origin signs contracts, experiences growth

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