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COSC adds three top-tier brokers

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COSC adds three top-tier brokers

Colorado Springs Commercial, the Colorado Springs Cushman & Wakefield Alliance office (COSC) announced its recent addition of three top tier local brokers.View Post Mark Useman is the city’s top retail specialist and brings with him a client roster and 28 years of experience. Mark will complement the existing retail strength COSC has with senior managing… Continue Reading COSC adds three top-tier brokers

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Home prices rise in March

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Home prices rise in March

Colorado home prices rose 9 percent in March, setting a record, according to a report released this week by CoreLogic. The 9 percent figure includes distressed properties. The figures were not broken down by county Colorado’s performance is something to cheer, said Peter Niederman, CEO of Kentwood Real Estate. “That is good news,” Niederman said.… Continue Reading Home prices rise in March

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Gov. Hickenlooper to speak at Space Symposium

Gov. John Hickenlooper will participate in two events at this month’s 30th Space Symposium in Colorado Springs. The Space Foundation’s Space Symposium is an international space conference from May 19-22 at The Broadmoor. At 11:40 a.m. on May 20, the governor plans to sign a bill in the symposium’s Boeing Exhibit Center at the Colorado… Continue Reading Gov. Hickenlooper to speak at Space Symposium

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KWHS to present Garman documentary

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KWHS to present Garman documentary

KWHS TV51 will broadcast the premier of The Life & Work of Michael Garman at 7 p.m. May 17. It will be rebroadcast at 7 p.m. May 28. In 2010, local filmmaker Rusty Kern of Atomic Productions began work on an independent film about America’s storyteller sculptor, Michael Garman. Together they retraced Garman’s rags-to-riches adventures,… Continue Reading KWHS to present Garman documentary

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Free training for ‘disadvantaged’ businesses

Mountain Metropolitan Transit, the Colorado Department of Transportation and the Small Business Development Center have collaborated to bring a workshop to the Pikes Peak region. This workshop is geared toward minority- or women-owned small businesses interested in applying for Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) certification in the state. The workshop will be Thursday from 10:30 a.m.… Continue Reading Free training for ‘disadvantaged’ businesses

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City bike tours now part of Core Culture series

A new partnership between Downtown Colorado Springs and UpaDowna adds bicycle tours to downtown’s Core Culture guided tour series. The new bike tours join several Core Culture cultural walking tours, including the following May events: Spaces, Faces, Places/Saturday 9 a.m. The Spaces, Faces, Places series rotates monthly through three separate guided tours introducing the historic… Continue Reading City bike tours now part of Core Culture series

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Fort Carson hosts semi-annual post yard sale

Fort Carson will host a semi-annual post-wide yard sale Saturday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. in all on-post housing areas and the old commissary parking lot. The event is free and open to the public. On-post residents can set up in front of their homes, while single soldiers and off-post residents can set up… Continue Reading Fort Carson hosts semi-annual post yard sale

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Bryan to build Fountain-Fort Carson school

Bryan Construction will build a new preschool for Fountain-Fort Carson School District 8. The new 30,000-square-foot school will be adjacent to the district’s administration building on Jimmy Camp Road. Construction will begin in September with the completion scheduled for July 2015. “We’ve been privileged to work for Districts 2, 20 and 49, and we’re excited… Continue Reading Bryan to build Fountain-Fort Carson school

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Local colleges partner to create community resource

Colorado Springs’ four largest higher education institutions announced April 24 a plan to create a unified Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurism. Leaders from the U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado College, Pikes Peak Community College and UCCS announced their intentions to collaborate on the program during a lunch Thursday, according to a PPCC news release. The… Continue Reading Local colleges partner to create community resource

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Peak Vista, Plains Medical Center complete merger

Peak Vista Community Health Centers has finalized a merger with Plains Medical Center (PMC), a fellow community health center that serves the east central region of Colorado. Peak Vista and PMC announced the merger in early December. “There are many complicated details involved in merging two effective organizations,” said Pam McManus, Peak Vista’s president and… Continue Reading Peak Vista, Plains Medical Center complete merger

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