• Panel discussion to tackle problem of affordable housing in Colorado Springs

    Updated: 16 hr ago

    As Pikes Peak region housing prices continue to climb, finding affordable places to live isn't getting any easier for some residents. That challenge will be the topic next week of a third panel discussion sponsored by the Housing & Building Association of Colorado Springs. The...

  • What it takes to earn five stars and five diamonds at The Broadmoor

    Updated: 23 hr ago

    The Broadmoor hotel never tires of reaching for the stars. Or wearing diamonds, for that matter. The luxury resort on Colorado Springs' southwest side, which marks its 100th anniversary Friday, holds two lofty distinctions when it comes to travel organization ratings given to hotels...

  • The Broadmoor hotel: A timeline

    Updated: 23 hr ago

    June 29, 1918: On a site that was once a corn and wheat farm, then a dairy farm and later a casino, Philadelphia entrepreneur Spencer Penrose, who made his fortune in gold and copper mining, formally opens The Broadmoor hotel at the foot of Cheyenne Mountain. Cost: About $2 million....

  • In-N-Out Burger to be on prized corner in north Colorado Springs

    Updated: Thu, Jun 14, 2018

    In-N-Out Burger is getting closer to being more in than out in Colorado Springs. The ultra-popular California chain's first Colorado restaurant will be built squarely on the southeast corner of InterQuest and Voyager parkways in the Victory Ridge mixed-use development on Colorado...

  • Famed Brown Palace Hotel in Denver sold for second time in four years

    Updated: Thu, Jun 14, 2018

    The historic Brown Palace Hotel and Spa in downtown Denver has been sold for the second time in four years. Crescent Real Estate, a Fort Worth, Texas, group, recently bought the hotel that opened Aug. 12, 1892, and has played host to presidents, celebrities and dignitaries over the...

  • Cog Railway owner, Manitou Springs officials considering $75 million to $95 million plan to reopen the tourist attraction

    Updated: Tue, Jun 12, 2018

    The Pikes Peak Cog Railway, whose future as an iconic tourist attraction has been in doubt since its closing late last year, will be rebuilt and reopened if its owner and the city of Manitou Springs sign a proposed agreement. The cost to rebuild the railway could be close to $100...

  • New restaurants and stores target Colorado Springs for expansion as the city grows

    Updated: Sun, Jun 10, 2018

    They're not new names, but they're new to Colorado Springs. Hurts Donut Co., LongHorn Steakhouse and Duluth Trading Co. have opened their doors. In-N-Out Burger, Anthony's Pizza and Chuy's are among the many that are coming. As Colorado Springs' economy booms and its population...

  • New to Colorado Springs restaurants, stores, entertainment chains: What's here, what's coming

    Updated: Sat, Jun 9, 2018

    Several regional and national retail, restaurant and entertainment chains - corporate-owned and franchised - have entered the Colorado Springs market for the first time or announced they're coming. Here's a partial list of the newcomers: RESTAURANTS/BARS/BREWERIES - Anthony's...

  • Colorado Springs homes selling at one of the fastest clips in the nation

    Updated: Thu, Jun 7, 2018

    Homes for sale in Colorado Springs can be here today and gone tomorrow. And, in some cases, they're here today and gone today. Single-family homes in the Springs typically sell within about six weeks - a pace that ranks the city among the top 10 metro areas in the nation when it...

  • Colorado Springs home prices hit record highs

    Updated: Tue, Jun 5, 2018

    Colorado Springs-area home sales slipped in May for the third straight month, the Pikes Peak Association of Realtors reports. But it's the tight supply of homes being listed, not a softer market, that's to blame for the decline in sales, said Rick Van Wieren, a real estate agent with...

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