The Metro Denver EDC will unveil a campaign its calling “E-Force” – an effort to promote the area as a place for innovative companies, said the Denver Business Journal. E-Force relies on members of a team of high-tech companies to promote the city via social media and other networks. Initially,  a group of 30 executives, […]
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A growing number of platted and undeveloped vacant tracts of land in the Pikes Peak region, originally scheduled for residential and commercial building, are returning to lenders. The numbers are surprising even to veteran brokers, now charged with listing and selling foreclosed properties for banks and lending institutions. Grubb & Ellis...
Following are the most expensive foreclosures greater than $200,000 that sold at the El Paso County Public Trustee’s foreclosure auction on Wednesday, March 15. They are listed in order of bid amount. Borrower: Medran Investments (registered agent: Ed Medran) Address: 630 W. Vermijo Ave. (80905) Bid amount: $450,000 Deficiency: $800,457.87 Borrower: Russell Gray Address: 19550...
Experience Colorado Springs at Pikes Peak, formerly the Colorado Springs Convention and Visitors Bureau, has selected its 2005 Tourism Industry Employee of the Year award winners. Scott Marble of Cheyenne Mountain Resort was the winner in the management category. Bonnie Kish of the Doubletree Hotel, Colorado Springs World Area, was the runner up.
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David Chavez loves his work. You can tell by the dozens of autographed photos, baseballs, hockey sticks, basketballs, and caps on his office shelves and walls. Olympic gold medalist, Rulon Gardner; Billy Blanks of Tae-Bo fame; the NFL’s Jamal Anderson; or NASCAR great, Bobby Allison share one thing...
Thomas Yechout loves airplanes. He loves to design them, to talk about the way they work, to improve their design. And that love of airplanes, combined with a passion for teaching, has led Yechout to his first patent — a new wingtip design that improves aircraft endurance and range while increasing fuel savings. In fact, […]
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A Denver investor is in the process of building a $9 million, three-building business flex and garage storage unit complex on 5.6 acres just south of Woodmen Road, near the intersection of Powers on Tutt boulevards and just south of the new St. Francis Medical Center. The Tutt Business Center will include 22 business flex units, ranging in size from 1,500 to 2,200 square feet, as well as 36 garage storage units for sale.
An unemployed man in the aisle of a grocery store was carrying a screaming toddler. In a very calm, quiet voice he said, “Don’t scream Jimmy&Don’t yell; be calm, Jimmy&” Admiring the way he handled the stress, someone stopped to compliment him on dealing with his child, Jimmy. The man replied, “But I’m Jimmy.” Behavioral […]
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The U.S. trade gap widened in July for the first time in four months, reports Bloomberg. The gap grew .2 percent in July, smaller than expected, as exports to Europe and a stagnant Chinese economy hampered sales. Read more at Bloomberg.
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Colorado state treasurer Walker Stapleton, long an outspoken critic  of the state’s retirement board, will file suit today to gain access to financial data. Stapleton says he wants to know how much money the state pays the top 20 percent of beneficiaries and how they arrived at that data, reports the Denver Post. Read more […]
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SRC Computers, the business legacy of Seymour R. Cray and his business partners, recently expanded at 4240 N. Nevada. Rich Kelly, of Palmer McAllister and representative of the landlord Maxcor Manufacturing, said SRC leased 11,000 square feet in this building in May 1996. SRC recently leased an additional 45,000 square...
Leroy Landhuis, developer of the 1,400-acre Lorson Ranch in southeast El Paso County kicked off construction when ABC’s Extreme Makeover — Home Edition came to town during 2007. Since then, despite the pullout of several national builders who had committed to hundreds of lots, the community has seen 120 new homes occupied, 30 homes under […]
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