Olympic museum breaks ground in Springs

The experiential museum and hall of fame will feature artifacts, media, technology and stories behind American athletes.

Jennifer Hayes

June 9, 2017
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Upside: Country Club Towers

In development, everyone is looking for an advantage. What can be offered that no one else has and/or how can what everyone else has be offered in a way that is new, different and more appealing. On the whole, Denver has what few other cites do – year-round fantastic weather; immediate access to one of North America’s premier outdoor playgrounds; an easygoing vibe; a healthy love of dogs; and, on the grand scale of American cites, at least the remnants of affordability.

Building Dialogue

June 4, 2017

Colorado Springs fosters the cybersecurity industry

A couple years ago, the Colorado Springs Chamber & EDC began examining the cybersecurity industry and quickly identified it as a major emphasis area for the future. A city vision was formed for Colorado Springs to become a cybersecurity capital within the United States.

Michelle Askeland

March 12, 2017
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Etkin Johnson geared up for record year of development

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Jill Jamieson-Nichols

February 27, 2017

Springs market poised for further growth in 2017

The multifamily market in Colorado Springs finished strong in 2016, with total apartment sales over $550 million. With 2015’s total sales volume of $453 million and 2014’s $485 million, the total apartment sales volume for the last three years is approximately $1.5 billion


February 21, 2017

Harms hammers out jobs at PCL

Like a lot of people, Mike Harms was thrilled last year when the Chicago Cubs won the World Series. Harms had a bit of a different reason to cheer the Cubs ending its 108-year championship drought, though. Before returning to Denver, almost exactly a year go, Harms had played a key role in the $575…

John Rebchook

February 16, 2017

Pine Creek Village Center sells for $13.15 million

Pine Creek Village Center, a mixed-use asset situated in Colorado Springs’ “strongest” office and retail market, recently sold for $13.15 million.

Jennifer Hayes

January 15, 2017

New restaurant, taproom brewing in downtown Springs

Oskar Blues Fooderies recently inked a 15,589-square-foot lease at the historic DeGraff Building in downtown, where it plans to open a restaurant, music venue and taproom in the former Old Chicago Pizza and Taproom space.

Jennifer Hayes

January 1, 2017

Grand River Canyon sets record at $73.3M

“With job growth, rent growth, minimal construction and low vacancy, Colorado Springs checks all of the boxes of a model multifamily investment market."

Jennifer Hayes

January 1, 2017

Vineyards apts. trade for $55.25M

LocalConstruct, a private real estate investment and development company based in Los Angeles, added to its Colorado Springs holdings with its $55.25 million acquisition of the Vineyards.

Jennifer Hayes

December 18, 2016