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Broadmoor set to reopen West after full remodel

Broadmoor set to reopen West after full remodel

On the afternoon of May 16, Broadmoor owner Philip Anschutz’s wife Nancy will christen a re-imagined Broadmoor West with the crack of a champagne bottle, much like the way Julie Penrose did when her husband Spencer Penrose opened the resort’s main building in 1918. After more than six months and $57 million spent to redesign… Continue Reading Broadmoor set to reopen West after full remodel

CSNA Architects offer broad experience

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CSNA Architects offer broad experience

CSNA Architects Address: 532 N. Tejon St. Contact: 473-7225, csnaarchitects.com Year founded: 1972 Team members: 10 Averse to the standard business model of a design firm, what makes CSNA Architects special is the company’s generality. “We’re really not specialists, we’re generalists,” said CSNA principal Gregory Friesen. “We really just do an awful lot of different… Continue Reading CSNA Architects offer broad experience

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History: Area’s oldest businesses

Businesses, like natural persons, are mortal. They’re born, struggle through youth, flourish for a while, and then pass quietly away. Few attain the biblical lifespan of three score and ten – in fact, most expire within a decade or two. Colorado City was founded in 1859, Colorado Springs in 1871, Manitou Springs in 1872. By… Continue Reading History: Area’s oldest businesses

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Wine festival to benefit the Conservatory

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The 23rd annual Wine Festival of Colorado Springs to benefit the Colorado Springs Conservatory will be held March 6-8. Seminars include food and wine pairing, organic wine, wine tasting with a market auction and a gourmet winemaker dinner and live auction. The theme is wines with a conscience: biodynamic, organic and sustainable wines. The luncheon… Continue Reading Wine festival to benefit the Conservatory

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Some years begin with little fanfare or anticipation, just a fresh outlook and a clean plate. But something about the arrival of 2014 feels different. In part, it’s knowing that the year will be automatically eventful, thanks to the scheduled elections in June (party primaries) and November (general). But it’s also based on Colorado Springs… Continue Reading Looking into the crystal ball for 2014

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City Council, Broadmoor at odds over funding decisions

Here’s a sentence I never thought I’d write: A majority of the Colorado Springs City Council members are aggressively anti-business. That’s the only conclusion you can draw from Tuesday’s council meeting. Thanks to the Feckless Five (Council President Keith King and Councilors Helen Collins, Don Knight, Joel Miller and Andy Pico), Council stripped away funding… Continue Reading City Council, Broadmoor at odds over funding decisions

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Let’s single out the top power brokers

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Let’s single out the top power brokers

Who are the city’s 10 principal power brokers near the end of 2013? Let’s begin by elimination. Position counts, but not as much as you might think. It doesn’t much matter who runs the local office of Wells Fargo or any other national company. Such folks rotate in and out, rarely leaving a lasting legacy.… Continue Reading Let’s single out the top power brokers

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Investors invited to venture capital event

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An Aug. 22 event at The Broadmoor will link investors with information on how they can invest in fast-growing and new companies in Colorado Springs. Business investors and community leaders are invited to attend what’s billed as the “All-Star Investment Event,” which follows the High Altitude Investors Forum. The forum runs from 4-5 p.m., and… Continue Reading Investors invited to venture capital event

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This story begins on a wintry night in March 1987. Well more than a hundred people gathered at the home of William Thayer Tutt, who had ruled over The Broadmoor and its presence in the sports world for most of his adult life. Tutt, using Broadmoor and El Pomar Foundation resources, had done more personally… Continue Reading Anschutz could earn his place among city’s legends

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It’s been a long, strange trip for the city of Colorado Springs and The Broadmoor, two feuding organizations locked in a long, unhappy marriage. When Gen. William Palmer founded the city in 1871, much of the rolling mesa at the foot of Cheyenne Mountain was owned by Burton C. Myers, who planted a few acres… Continue Reading Broadmoor’s newest dreams won’t come soon

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