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The Ivywild School development was envisioned as a gathering place in a historic neighborhood where people could sip a handcrafted beer, enjoy a meal or snack, buy locally grown food, go to a concert or attend a meeting. Since it opened in the summer of 2013, Ivywild, at 1604 S....
Editor’s note: This is the first of a two-part series with nine local stakeholders discussing their industries and how they’re preparing for the next economic downturn.  It’s an interesting time to live in Colorado Springs, let alone to run a business. Though the city’s booming economy might encourage increased investment, many...
People have discovered the drive from northern El Paso County to Denver isn’t so bad. A driver can reach The Denver Tech Center from Monument in about 40 minutes, said Terri Hayes, president and CEO of the Tri-Lakes Chamber of Commerce. “A lot of the families that we have in our...
Urban renewal is about taking a place nobody wants to touch, and turning it into somewhere everyone wants to be. When it works, derelict buildings, empty lots and crime-infested streets give way to lively stretches of entertainment, art, shopping, dining and retail. The once-blighted neighborhood loses its stigma but retains...
  The shape and scope of Creekwalk — a key piece in the burgeoning development in the South Nevada Urban Renewal Area — has been revealed. The 61,700-square-foot shopping center will sit on approximately 11 acres, stretching from Ramona Avenue south to East Cheyenne Road, bounded by South Nevada Avenue and...
South Nevada Avenue is set for another burst of activity and transformation in the coming weeks. Construction has been a staple in the urban renewal area over the past year, but behind the scenes and the growing row of retail storefronts, hundreds of wheels are turning on projects that will...
In the past two weeks, two stunning announcements about sports stadium development have been made in southern Colorado. Visions for the projects in Colorado Springs and Pueblo were much the same: stimulate economic development by bringing sports teams downtown to play in multipurpose venues. Both plans featured public-private partnerships, and...
New businesses, restaurants and housing are springing up in the urban renewal area that encompasses the South Nevada Avenue and South Tejon Street area — and a lot more is expected to happen in the next two years, including a new hotel. Three developers — Sam and Kathy Guadagnoli, Walt...
Lower commercial real estate vacancy rates led to higher rents in the second quarter of 2017, compared to the first quarter of the year, according to the latest Colorado Springs market numbers. Caleb David, broker at Cameron Butcher Commercial Real Estate, said increased demand over the summer is fueling rent...
The Colorado Springs commercial real estate market continued to grow stronger throughout the third quarter of 2016 and has been bolstered by banner years for the local hospitality and tourism industries, according to industry experts. Reports published last month by Colorado-based real estate firms Turner Commercial Real Estate and Transwestern...
The Ancient Mariner’s story ends Memorial Day. After 32 years serving drinks, sandwiches, pizza and local musical talent, the Manitou Springs tavern will close, along with adjacent Marilyn’s Pizza, said owner Anne Stinson. “I’m tired, and I want to get retired,” said Stinson, who has operated Ancient Mariner and Marilyn’s Pizza...