• Supercenter No. 10 on way

    Updated: 3 hr ago

    Wal-Mart's latest expansion in the Pikes Peak region ramps up this summer. The retailer's 10th Supercenter will open in July northwest of Interstate 25 and South Academy Boulevard in Fountain, on the south edge of Colorado Springs, Wal-Mart spokeswoman Anne Hatfield said this week....

  • New study ranks Colorado Springs relatively low as a business-friendly city

    Updated: Thu, May 21, 2015

    Colorado Springs has its pluses as a place to do business, but a new study suggests it has far to go to match Omaha, Oklahoma City, Nashville and other metro areas with which it competes for jobs and employers. MarketWatch, a business news website that's part of the company that owns...

  • Vegan, paleo or whatever: New Colorado Springs restaurant will suit 'any dietary requirement'

    Updated: Tue, May 19, 2015

    Modmarket, a Denver-based restaurant chain that specializes in healthy and nutritious fare, will open its first Colorado Springs location this fall at the Promenade Shops at Briargate. Modmarket will occupy 2,900 square feet in one of two new buildings being constructed at the...

  • Colorado Springs apartment complex sells for nearly $50 million

    Updated: Sat, May 16, 2015

    A Salt Lake City company has paid $47 million for an apartment complex on Colorado Springs' southeast side, the latest in a series of big-ticket multifamily acquisitions by out-of-state buyers. RealSource Equity Services completed the purchase Wednesday of the 528-unit Antero...

  • Colorado Springs businesses get the chance to explore global opportunities

    Updated: Sat, May 16, 2015

    Even if you can't locate Slovenia on a map, you might want to sell your goods or services there. International Day in the Pikes Peak region is being held at the Cheyenne Mountain Resort on Thursday to help area businesses take the first steps toward determining if they want to explore...

  • Colorado Springs U.S. Olympic Museum backers showcase project renderings

    Updated: Fri, May 15, 2015

    Supporters of a planned U.S. Olympic Museum in Colorado Springs unveiled preliminary renderings of the project Thursday, while announcing they've finalized an agreement with a local developer who's donating a 1.7 acre-site in southwest downtown. The moves, backers say, are key steps...

  • Colorado Springs developer receives Distinguished Service Award

    Updated: Wed, May 13, 2015

      One of Colorado Springs' biggest real estate developers is getting a big honor. Chris Jenkins, president of Colorado Springs-based Nor'wood Development Group, will be recognized for his contributions to the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and to the community...

  • New report pegs cycling's economic impact at $34 million for Colorado Springs area

    Updated: Wed, May 13, 2015

    Cycling isn't just a sport; it's a thriving industry that means big bucks for the Pikes Peak region. A new report commissioned by the nonprofit Trails and Open Space Coalition suggests that cycling pumps nearly $34 million a year into the local economy, a figure driven in large part...

  • Colorado Springs home prices jump nearly 10 percent in first quarter

    Updated: Wed, May 13, 2015

    Colorado Springs-area home prices climbed almost 10 percent in the first quarter, joining several other metro areas that have seen spikes in appreciation because of an improving housing market, according to a new report from the National Association of Realtors. The median home price...

  • More wild weather in the Pikes Peak region triggers tornadoes, hail and rain - and snow

    Updated: Sun, May 10, 2015

    Mother, what a day. More severe weather swept through the Pikes Peak region Saturday, producing tornadoes in central and eastern El Paso County, hail and mudslides in Manitou Springs that closed U.S. 24 and significant rainfall that contributed to more street flooding, among other...

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