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OfficeScapes Moves

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OfficeScapes is consolidating its locations. They are moving out of the 118 West Colorado Avenue location into their current showroom/warehouse at 272 South Academy Boulevard. This move coincides with the company’s strength of supporting businesses with furniture solutions. OfficeScapes, previously called Seal Furniture, bought Loudens Office Environments furniture division in August of 1994. This acquisition… Continue Reading OfficeScapes Moves

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Company buys land in Monument

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Southwest Land and Equipment recently purchased 14.99 acres of vacant land off Highway 105 in Monument for $480,000. Chad Rueffert, of Colorado Premier Properties Inc., said the company which is part of RE Monks concrete and construction company plans to develop the land and sell it as pad sites for office, medical or light industrial… Continue Reading Company buys land in Monument

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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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The Security Shopping Center sold last week for $3.4 million to a Colorado Springs-based partnership, Point Aerie Ltd. The approximately 89,000-square-foot shopping center on 8.74 acres of land sold for nearly $39 per square foot. According to research done by Paul Turner of the Turner Commercial Research, 16 shopping centers, with 644,403 square feet all… Continue Reading Security center sells to Point Aerie for $3.4 million

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Pan Studios adds video facilities

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Pan Studios, an audio production company in Colorado Springs that started out as a hobby, is moving into the future with new, state-of-the-art video production capabilities. The Pan Media Complex at 1570 Quail Lake Loop now includes a digital video division that uses advanced video production equipment for numerous services. Video services have been part… Continue Reading Pan Studios adds video facilities

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April enplanements set record

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The Colorado Springs Airport’s passenger activity last month established new April records for enplanements (196,389) and total passengers (381,255), topping last year’s all-time marks in both categories. During the month, 381,255 total passengers departed from, or arrived at, Colorado Springs. That’s 38,644 passengers (11.3%) more than April ’96 (342,611). During the first third of 1997,… Continue Reading April enplanements set record

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Gray Line buys Denver service

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Gray Line of Colorado Springs is now also owner and operator of Gray Line of Denver following an acquisition earlier this month for an undisclosed amount. Company officials say the purchase will mean better and more expanded service for customers in both cities. Gray Line of Colorado Springs has been in business since the ’20s… Continue Reading Gray Line buys Denver service

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Medplus goes where insurers fear to pay

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A one-for-three reverse stock split for publicly traded Medplus Corporation of Colorado Springs is poising the company for growth and expansion, and so far the effects have been positive. Medplus is a national health finance organization offering “loans” to consumers for a variety of health care needs. Medplus president Tim DeHerrera says American consumers spend… Continue Reading Medplus goes where insurers fear to pay

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