Two of the five City for Champions venues — the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum and Hall of Fame and the William J. Hybl Sports Medicine & Performance Center — are open for business and beginning to fulfill their purpose of attracting visitors to the Pikes Peak region.
Relief programs that funneled cash into businesses in the United States in 2020 weren’t enough to prevent 110,000 restaurants from closing by year’s end, but a new round of funding from the Small Business Administration might help the food and beverage industry see a comeback in 2021.
Space Command is slated to move from Colorado Springs to Huntsville, Alabama, and efforts are underway to overturn the Trump administration’s last-minute decision to relocate the command.
If your neighborhood has been filled with construction noise over the past year, if you’ve seen an unusual number of people hanging onto ladders or hammering on rooftops, an increase in permit applications for residential alterations might offer at least a partial explanation.
Financial adviser Allan Roth received several letters from the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment in mid-January stating that two people claiming to be former employees of his business, Wealth Logic, had filed for unemployment insurance.
Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers and District 4 City Councilor Yolanda Avila attended a March 18 groundbreaking for the new multi-family housing development Mosaica. Suthers and Avila noted that the development is one of the many projects reaffirming the city’s commitment to developing mo…
With record home prices and a demand for new homes that is outpacing the available supply, the Colorado Springs housing market is proving to be something of a double-edged sword for some developers.
The decision to scale back the amount of parkland developers must dedicate to the city might be reshaped by the next city council, which will be seated following the April 6 city election.
David Jenkins, founder and chairman of Nor’Wood Development Group — the region’s most prolific development company — has proposed creating the GSF Business Improvement District covering 23 acres where the old Gazette building is located at 30 S. Prospect St. The BID, just east of downtown, a…
Nowhere are the changes in the retail landscape more visible than at many of America’s malls and shopping centers, where massive parking lots now sit all but empty during what were once peak shopping hours and the lettering of major national retailers have been replaced with banners that say…
Dan Carmody is not the new kid on the block. For the last 45 years, he’s been working on community development in major cities across the United States, focusing primarily on the Midwest.
On a Thursday evening in late February a half dozen young men and women wearing medical masks took turns scaling one of the more challenging bouldering walls at Springs Climbing Center. Some made it to the top of a 15-foot-high finish at the end of each route. Others lost their grip and drop…
Experts say the commercial real estate market in Colorado Springs is poised for continued growth in 2021 — even as the area recovers from the pandemic-related economic shutdowns of last year.
The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment’s Division of Labor Standards and Statistics has ruled against Russ Ware and The Wild Goose Meeting House in a wage complaint brought by former Wild Goose bartender Michael Smith.
An average of 38 million gallons of wastewater flow into Colorado Springs Utilities wastewater treatment plants every single day, but that doesn’t mean anything can be flushed down the drain.
For the millions of Americans who’ve seen their finances upended by the pandemic, federal stimulus payments, enhanced unemployment benefits and the slew of moratoria placed on debts might have seemed like a godsend when they were first announced. But what happens when those programs expire?
With so many people making use of city parkland over the past year to escape the doldrums of the pandemic, it comes as no surprise that some members of Colorado Springs City Council are taking heat this month after approving an ordinance that allows developers to dedicate less land for it in…