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Rich Laden

Business/News Business Reporter

A Denver real estate company has paid nearly $29 million to acquire the 156-unit Bonterra Lakeside Apartments on Colorado Springs' southwest side. The deal is another sign that investors are bullish on the Springs' multi-family market. COURTESY ARA NEWMARK
Customers wait in line for lunch Wednesday, June 21, 2017, at Oliver's Deli. Customers can now have their lunch delivered as Rockrimmon deli and other local restaurants are starting to use UberEATS to pick up and deliver orders. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
The former Michelle Chocolatiers & Ice Cream space on Tejon Street in downtown Colorado Springs, vacant for a decade, will get a new user when aerospace and defense company Rim Technologies moves in next month. RICH LADEN, THE GAZETTE
Jeff Dozier grabs some supplies out of the truck to help work on the sewer machine on Thursday June 15, 2017. Jeff and his father Bill Dozier own a family owned business called 'Father and Sons Plumbing and Drain' in Peyton, Colorado. Photo by Dougal Brownlie, The Gazette.
A home for sale on Espanola Street Thursday, June 15, 2017. Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette
The Atomic Cowboy bar and restaurants Denver Biscuit Co. and Fat Sully's Pizza - a family of popular Denver establishments under one ownership - will take over the former Southside Johnny's space at 528 S. Tejon St. on the south edge of downtown Colorado Springs. (Facebook, Denver Biscuit Co.)
070713 KPWE 052213 Photo by Linda Navarro Unstoppable Woman Margot Lane
The groundbreaking for the $75 million U.S. Olympic Museum was attended by Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers and U.S. Olympic Committee Scott Blackmun, U.S. Olympic Museum board chairman Dick Celeste, among others on Friday June 9, 2017. Photo by Dougal Brownlie, The Gazette.