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  1. Century Communities buys land in Dacono for single-family homesRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 9 | The Boulder County Business Report

    Greenwood Village-based homebuilder Century Communities Inc. has purchased 72 acres of land at Autumn Valley Ranch in Dacono, where it plans to build approximately 200 single-family homes. Autumn Valley Ranch is a planned residential community at the northwest corner of Glen Creighton and Grand View boulevards and south of Dacono's Clem DuFour Park in southwest Weld County.

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  2. In sales, should King of the Wing do his own thing?Read the original story

    Monday Aug 8 | The Boulder County Business Report

    In our business of coaching and training salespeople all around the world and right here in Colorado, we have the pleasure of seeing just about every selling style there is among the people we work with. One of our clients has a salesperson named Karl, a successful veteran salesperson.

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  3. Three hotels on drawing boardRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 4 | The Boulder County Business Report

    In the past three weeks, developers have submitted plans in Broomfield, Greeley and Fort Collins for three hotels with a total of 426 rooms. Spirit Hospitality LLC, a hotel development and management firm in Fort Collins, has submitted preliminary plans to the city of Fort Collins to build a Staybridge Suites extended-stay hotel next to Woodward Inc.'s new campus in north Fort Collins.

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  4. Camp Bow Wow plans doggy day-care center in LongmontRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 2 | The Boulder County Business Report

    Developer John D. Parker of Diagonal Trade Center LLC plans to build an 8,260-square-foot single-story building on a 1.23-acre piece of vacant land that DTC LLC owns at 801 S. Sherman St., according to documents filed with the city of Longmont's planning department. Parker plans to lease the building to Camp Bow Wow, which would operate it as a company-owned center, according to a Camp Bow Wow spokeswoman.

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  5. Pilatus Business Aircraft Ltd. breaks ground in BroomfieldRead the original story

    Jul 21, 2016 | The Boulder County Business Report

    Pilatus Business Aircraft Ltd. has broken ground on a 118,000-square-foot facility at Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport that is expected to accommodate the addition of 60 jobs at the Broomfield-based company by 2020. The new facility, slated for completion in spring 2018, will help Pilatus consolidate its operations at the airport, where it leases 14 different hangars and about 75 percent of the terminal building now.

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  6. P6 - Pilatus Business Aircraft Ltd New Facility RenderingRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 18, 2016 | The Boulder County Business Report

    Pilatus Business Aircraft Ltd. last week broke ground on a new 118,000-square-foot facility at Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport that is expected to accommodate the addition of 60 jobs at the Broomfield-based company by 2020. The new facility, slated for completion in the spring of 2018, will help Pilatus consolidate its operations at the airport, where it leases 14 different hangars and about 75 percent of the terminal building now.

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  7. Auto DraftRead the original story

    Jul 13, 2016 | The Boulder County Business Report

    Construction has begun on the first phase of Heritage Ridge, an approximately 440-unit residential development with single-family homes A 10-acre parcel of land at the southeast corner of U.S. 287 and 57th Street in Loveland to a big-box A 10-acre parcel of land at the southeast corner of U.S. 287 and 57th Street in Loveland to a big-box BOULDER - Representatives of the Colorado Department of Transportation's first public-private partnership project gathered at the Davidson Mesa scenic overlook FORT COLLINS - The new owners of an empty 158,000-square-foot building in southeast Fort Collins formerly occupied by chipmaker LSI BROOMFIELD -a McWhinney Real Estate Services Inc. has hired Kyle Harris to oversee the continued development of North Park, the Loveland-based

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  8. Friends of the U.S. 36 Bikeway seeks volunteersRead the original story

    Jun 27, 2016 | The Boulder County Business Report

    Friends of the U.S. 36 Bikeway, a community cycling program that launched on June 1, is looking for volunteers to lead rides for each community along the U.S. Highway 36 corridor between Boulder and Westminster, participate in biannual bikeway clean-ups and interface with businesses and local governments on the issues affecting bicyclists on the corridor. The newly launched program falls under the umbrella of 36 Commuting Solutions and was established to promote bike commuting on the route through community-led efforts.

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  9. Local unemployment steady despite Colorado's loss of private-sector jobs in MayRead the original story

    Jun 17, 2016 | The Boulder County Business Report

    Unemployment rates for Boulder, Broomfield, Larimer and Weld counties held mostly steady from April to May even as the state of Colorado as a whole experienced a decrease in private-sector jobs as well as an increase in its jobless rate. The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment released its latest employment figures on Friday.

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  10. UCHealth aiming to open new Broomfield hospital this monthRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 15, 2016 | The Boulder County Business Report

    The closed blinds in patient rooms obstructed the sunny mountain views from the second floor of UCHealth's new Broomfield hospital on Tuesday. It's not that anyone was objecting to the light, but rather part of a tornado drill during which beds are also wheeled into the hallways.

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  11. Battle lines drawn as fracking heads back to ballotRead the original story

    Apr 1, 2016 | The Boulder County Business Report

    The Colorado Supreme Court in early May decided that local governments don't have the authority to ban hydraulic fracturing within their city limits, but that has not put a damper on the opposition's determination to stop fracking in its tracks, especially close to homes and schools. Fort Collins, Longmont, Boulder, Broomfield and Lafayette imposed fracking restrictions within their city limits.

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  12. MWH's local presence to stay strong under Stantec's watchRead the original story w/Photo

    May 27, 2016 | The Boulder County Business Report

    Seating assignments may change at MWH Global's former Broomfield headquarters, but don't expect any reductions in Colorado staffing following the acquisition by Stantec Inc., and don't forget to add water to the equation, either. "Denver is going to be one of the biggest combined centers," said Meg VanderLaan, chief communications officer for the MWH headquarters.

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  13. Census ranks Broomfield 9th-fastest growing city in U.S.Read the original story

    Feb 25, 2015 | The Boulder County Business Report

    Broomfield is the nation's ninth-fastest-growing large city, according to estimates released today by the U.S. Census Bureau that also showed Greeley cracking the 100,000 barrier for the first time. The bureau measured the growth of cities with populations of 50,000 or more between July 1, 2014 and July 1, 2015.

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  14. Region's unemployment rates remain steady in AprilRead the original story

    Feb 25, 2015 | The Boulder County Business Report

    The unemployment rates in Boulder, Broomfield, Larimer and Weld counties barely moved from March to April as joblessness in the region continues to hover around 3 percent. Boulder and Greeley counties remained unchanged, while Larimer's rate ticked downward one-tenth of a percentage point to 3 and Broomfield's rate climbed one-tenth of a point to 3.1. The latest figures were released by the Colorado Division and Employment on Friday morning, with the state's unemployment rate climbing two-tenths of a percentage point to 3.1 after hitting a 15-year low in March.

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  15. Hot market simmers for office, industrial spaceRead the original story w/Photo

    May 4, 2016 | The Boulder County Business Report

    The heat-up that began post-recession reached what some consider a high last year, and the market now looks to have backed down to something of a simmer. Boulder office lease rates still are remarkably high and are bumping up in new construction, averaging $26 to $27 per square foot gross in the city at large and more than $40 per square foot gross in downtown Boulder, according to Xceligent, the database of record for the Denver metro market.

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  16. Colorado Supreme Court denies Longmont, Fort Collins fracking-ban appealsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2015 | The Boulder County Business Report

    The Colorado Supreme Court, in a decision released Monday morning, called voter-approved fracking bans in Longmont and Fort Collins "invalid and unenforceable," affirming lower courts' past decisions. The ruling by the state's high court comes as a major victory for the Colorado Oil and Gas Association, which had argued that opening the door to such bans could cripple the industry by creating a patchwork of local regulations inconsistent with state rules.

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  17. Summit banks officially change name to Centennial Bank and TrustRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2015 | The Boulder County Business Report

    Signage on Summit Bank and Trust's branches in Broomfield, Erie and Thornton has changed to Centennial Bank and Trust, its parent company announced Thursday. Summit was merged with Centennial Bank on Feb. 5 as part of an $83.5 million transaction completed by Heartland Financial USA Inc. .

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  18. Hot market simmers for office, industrial spaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 28, 2016 | The Boulder County Business Report

    The heat-up that began post-recession reached what some consider a high last year, and the market now looks to have backed down to something of a simmer. Boulder office lease rates still are remarkably high and are bumping up in new construction, averaging $26 to $27 per square foot gross in the city at large and more than $40 per square foot gross in downtown Boulder, according to Xceligent, the database of record for the Denver metro market.

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  19. Buyer of Natural Pet Marketplace planning new stores in Boulder, Fort CollinsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2015 | The Boulder County Business Report

    Illinois-based pet-foods retailer Bentley's Pet Stuff has acquired Greeley-based pet-products chain Natural Pet Marketplace, with plans to open eight new stores this year along the Front Range. Giovanni Senafe, who cofounded Bentley's with wife Lisa in 2008, said new stores in Boulder, Fort Collins and Broomfield are slated to open by September or October.

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  20. Communities must work to address housing affordabilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 21, 2016 | The Boulder County Business Report

    Broomfield's median income in 2014 was $53,482, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. According to , in 2015 Broomfield rose to the third most expensive Colorado city in which to live, with a two-bedroom apartment renting for an average of $1,700 a month.

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