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Briefs: Coldwell Banker expands staff+

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Heard the groundhog saw his shadow, but Colorado Springs’ commercial realtors don’t seem to be worried. In fact, things are heating up – especially where land sales are concerned. Good parcels, especially in the southeast part of town continue to sell – and prices are impressive.Coldwell Banker expands; announces industrial project Coldwell Banker’s managing broker,… Continue Reading Briefs: Coldwell Banker expands staff+

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National homebuilders predict consistent 2002 sales According to a February 15 announcement from the National Association of Home Builders, the housing market index (HMI) has dropped two points, after a 13-point cumulative rise in November, December and January, to 58 points in February. This news comes as the nation’s economy enters its recovery phase. So… Continue Reading Briefs: Homebuilders predict consistent sales+

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Briefs: CO Springs redevelopment plan announced+

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What great news it is to hear about the redevelopment plan created by the Palmer Village Development originators (Jeff Smith, David Jenkins, Chris Jenkins, Doug Stimple and Jim Johnson head the Project Team). Not only does the plan complement Confluence Park, but it opens up whole new worlds of opportunity for the City as a… Continue Reading Briefs: CO Springs redevelopment plan announced+

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Educating employers to the value — as well as the costs — of employing aging workers has been the main focus of the “Aging Workforce” series. The figures have told of growing numbers of workers over the age of 40 and the difficulties many of them face after downsizing, military separation or simply trying to… Continue Reading Educating employers to the value and the cost of employing aging workers

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Before a couple hundred single-family homes could join the pristine wildlife on an estimated 130-acre plot of land near the Big Johnson Reservoir, developers would have to overcome myriad obstacles. The biggest question, however, may be why anyone would want to live there in the first place. The area in northwest Colorado Springs had been… Continue Reading Colorado Springs housing developer interested in Big Johnson Reservoir

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The dedicated life is the life worth living. You must give with your whole heart.” — Annie Dillard Ideas behind corporate philanthropy, a movement made popular by Andrew Carnegie and other business giants of his day, began as a way to make the nation a better place. Over the years, foundations started by Carnegie and… Continue Reading Colorado Springs’ companies encourage philanthropy but decline publicity

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Swagata Guha, a principal partner with the Colorado Springs architectural firm Design Edge PC, is seeing a lot more volume in the custom housing business. That’s consistent with what the industry is experiencing nationwide. Architecture services are once again “poised for growth” after four months of declining business, according to the American Institute of Architects’… Continue Reading Briefs: Housing industry experiences growth+

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Development plans submitted to city

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Nor’wood Development Group, 4065 North Sinton Road, submitted to the city its master plan for its Wolf Creek Ranch project concerning 1,651 acres near Blackforest Road and Research Parkway, and if all goes well, the plan will be heard by the planning commissioners late this summer.“This is the biggest project that is coming into the… Continue Reading Development plans submitted to city

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Real Estate Briefs February 18, 2001

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A Newport Beach, Calif.-based company, WL Homes LLC, parent company of John Laing Homes, purchased Colorado Springs-based builder, Estate Homes LLC. The recent acquisition increases the number of John Laing Homes’ divisions to nine nationwide and two in Colorado. The other Colorado division is located in Denver. Estate Homes pulled 75 permits in El Paso… Continue Reading Real Estate Briefs February 18, 2001

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While the Legislature wrestles over how to handle the state’s growth issues, local developers and city planning officials said they will root for the proposal allowing the most flexibility and local control to come out on top. The city of Colorado Springs has yet to take an official position supporting any of the proposed bills… Continue Reading Colorado Springs officials push for flexible legislation to handle state growth

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