Fewer Colorado Springs homeowners upside down on their mortgages, report shows

By: rich laden rich.laden@gazette.com

Rising property values, an improved economy and fewer foreclosures are putting many Colorado Springs-area residents in a better financial position when it comes to owning their homes, according to a new report this...

Olympic Museum in Colorado Springs receives $100,000 grant

By: rich laden rich.laden@gazette.com

The Denver-based Boettcher Foundation said Monday that it has committed $100,000 toward construction of the planned U.S. Olympic Museum in downtown Colorado Springs, which organizers say is another significant step...

Colorado Springs developer takes over Forest Lakes project in northern El Paso County

By: rich laden rich.laden@gazette.com

Forest Lakes, one of El Paso County's more scenic undeveloped residential parcels, finally is moving forward more than a decade since receiving regulatory approvals.

Colorado Springs homebuilder and real...

National restaurant chains introduce merged menu concept in Colorado Springs

By: rich laden rich.laden@gazette.com

Grabbing a cup of coffee to go with a bagel is nothing new.

But Caribou Coffee and Einstein Bros. Bagels, two popular national chains, are bringing their specialties under one roof in a handful of locations...

Home of longtime Colorado Springs business might give way to northside retail center

By: rich laden rich.laden@gazette.com

A new chapter is being written for Current USA Inc., once one of Colorado Springs largest employers and whose home-grown roots date to the late 1940s.

Realm Realty, a Houston-based real estate company that...

Another strong month for Colorado Springs-area housing; sales and prices rise again

By: rich laden rich.laden@gazette.com

The furious pace of buying and selling homes showed no signs of slowing last month in Colorado Springs and surrounding communities, according to a new report from the Pikes Peak Association of Realtors.


Colorado Springs-area homebuilding surges again in August

By: rich laden rich.laden@gazette.com

Home construction remained on a hot streak last month in Colorado Springs and surrounding areas, according to a report Tuesday by the Pikes Peak Regional Building Department.

Here's a look at August's...

Colorado Springs foreclosure activity declines in August

By: rich laden rich.laden@gazette.com

Local foreclosure activity slowed again last month, a report from the El Paso County Public Trustee's Office showed.

The number of properties in El Paso County that were served with foreclosure notices...