A local bathtub, tile and countertop surface refinishing company has announced that in September it will relocate its national headquarters to Colorado Springs. Miracle Method Surface Refinishing will move next month into its larger space near the intersection of Garden of the Gods Road and 30th Street from its current location at 5020 Mark Dabling […]
Business management systems developer Xledger has moved its North American headquarters to Colorado Springs. The company cited lifestyle, cost of living, tax rates and natural beauty as deciding factors in its move to the Springs, according to a company press release. Xledger’s first move to the US was to Palo Alto, Calif., but founder Jarle […]
Pikes Peak Hospice and Palliative Care has purchased its first permanent headquarters at 2330 Tenderfoot Hill St. The organization has leased space throughout its 321 year history, most recently at St. Francis Health center, which is slated to close by year-end 2012. PPHCw ill open a regional hub at the Tenderfoot Hill location to resource […]
Arrow Electronics Inc. is transferring its global headquarters to the Denver suburb of Englewood from Melville, N.Y., but the company described it as a change of address and said no jobs would be created or lost. The electronics and computer components supplier said Tuesday the shift would be effective Nov. 15. “At this point it […]
It’s official. The sign went up yesterday, and the Space Foundation employees are busy unpacking in their first new building in more than a decade. The new headquarters is at 4425 Arrowswest Dr. in the Garden of the Gods high-tech corridor in Colorado Springs. It boasts 45,715 square feet of office space and is part […]
This week’s news that USA Basketball will not move to Glendale, Ariz. leaves the door open for new possibilities, including staying put. Spokesman Craig Miller said that the national sports governing body has owned its Colorado Springs headquarters building at 5465 Mark Dabling Blvd. since 1993. “We can accomplish much of what we need here, […]
In 2008 USA Basketball officials announced that the organization planned to leave Colorado Springs for a new headquarters near the University of Phoenix stadium in Glendale, Ariz. Today, the plans are the equivalent of an air ball. The project was scheduled to be completed this year, but ground has not been broken because the developer […]
As City Councilman Bernie Herpin predicted several weeks ago, the new U.S. Olympic Committee deal is very much like the old USOC deal, except that the city is now the only paymaster.
The cost of the deal: more than $50 million.