Boulder-based Organic Sandwich Co. opening shop in Louisville

By BizWest Staff LOUISVILLE -The Organic Sandwich Co. in Boulder plans to open a shop in Louisville this summer. The Daily Camera reports that the sandwich shop is the latest restaurant to take a shot at 459 S. McCaslin Blvd., Suite 5, which until recently housed BlueBox Doughnuts. “We wanted to grow ‘slow and steady as she goes,’” said co-owner Marcy Miller, of the 2-year-old business. “The concept has always been based on using local products, and Louisville is a similar demographic in the sense that people (there) do care about their food.” The post Boulder-based Organic Sandwich Co.… Continue Reading...

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Firefighting tanker company inks Douglas County as client

By BizWest Staff COLORADO SPRINGS — Global SuperTanker Services, the owner of the Colorado Springs Airport-based Boeing 747-400 equipped for battling wildfires around the world, has signed its first U.S. contract with Douglas County and is seeking similar agreements with the Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control, Cal Fire and the U.S. Forest Service. The Colorado Springs Gazette reports that the $200,000 agreement with Douglas County puts the world’s largest firefighting aircraft, which can dump 19,200 gallons of water or fire retardant on a single run, on call when needed.… Continue Reading...

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Colorado Springs-area travel industry officials expect tourism bonanza in 2017

By BizWest Staff COLORADO SPRINGS – The Pikes Peak region is poised for what travel industry members say should be a stellar year for tourism. The Colorado Springs Gazette reports that based on increasing tax revenues collected on visitor hotel stays and car rentals over the past several years, officials are expecting more of the same in 2017. Last year, bed and car revenues climbed to a record high and a separate tally showed hotel occupancy jumped on a year-over-year basis. “Everything is pointing to a stronger ’17 than ’16, and 2016 was remarkable,” said Doug Price, president and chief executive of the Colorado Springs Convention and Visitors Bureau.… Continue Reading...

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Scraping by: More Old Town homes being razed to make room for new builds

By [email protected] Larger, more expensive properties replacing the smaller homes of Fort Collins’ past. Source:: Colorado Business… Continue Reading...

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Ready, set, eat: New restaurants flood Fort Collins in May

By [email protected] Nearly a dozen new eateries opened in Fort Collins in May, with another dozen or so in the works in the next few months. Source:: Colorado Business… Continue Reading...

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Cress Capital pays $50.1M for commercial buildings in Fort Collins

By Doug Storum FORT COLLINS — Real estate investment firm Cress Capital LLC has acquired several commercial properties in Fort Collins that were part of a blockbuster deal in 2015 between Boulder-based W.W. Reynolds Cos. and Seattle-based Unico Properties Inc. Newport Beach, Calif.-based Cress Capital, with an office in Denver, earlier this month paid $50.1 million to Denver-based Pauls Corp., for the office, flex and industrial buildings totaling approximately 500,000 square feet located between East Prospect Road, Midpoint Drive and Sharp Point Drive. Six days after Unico Properties made the purchase in 2015, Unico sold the properties in Fort Collins to Pauls Corp., which used the entity Prospect Development Partners II LLC in the transaction.… Continue…

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