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Vanessa Bazzo

Red Energy Public Relations of Colorado Springs, has welcomed Vanessa Bazzo as the agency's new Account Manager. Vanessa's experience in office management, vendor and customer relations will support the agency's daily operations.

Lauryn Alderson

 

Red Energy is also pleased to welcome Lauryn Alderson to their team. Lauryn's role will be to support the agency with multimedia design, event production, and social media strategies for clients in the real estate, healthcare, and entertainment industries.

Learn more about Red Energy Public Relations at www.RedEnergyPR.com

 

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The Griffis/Blessing retail management portfolio continues to grow and expands back into Pueblo West with the addition of Pueblo West Retail Center. La Vista Duarte, LLC has selected Griffis/Blessing, Inc to provide property management services for the 13,000-square foot retail center anchored by Liquor Warehouse and Jackson Hewett.

The Commercial Property Services team of Kelly Clay, Portfolio Manager, Cody Hayes, Portfolio Assistant, and Cindy Colby, Property Accountant, will handle the day-to-day operations of the property.

“We are excited for the opportunity to work with a new out of state owner in enhancing the tenant relations and showing our experience in managing retail centers,” said Senior Vice President Richard K. Davidson, CPM®. “We are thrilled to get back into the Pueblo market as a property management organization and hope to continue to grow our business there.”

Southern Colorado’s largest property manager of commercial and multifamily properties, Griffis/Blessing is headquartered in Colorado Springs, CO with additional offices in Denver. The organization currently manages over 4.5 million square feet of commercial space, and more than 9,100 apartment units located along Colorado’s Front Range. The company has provided award-winning property management and real estate investment services since 1985. For more information, visit www.griffisblessing.com.

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Meiers / Selix Realty is now open at 413 Security Blvd Ste C 80911, in Security-Widefield.  

Debbie Meiers and jackie Selix both grew up here and graduated from Widefield High School.  They’ve been here for 43 years each and still live in the community.  Both were working for another Real Estate company and decided to represent themselves with their own company.  

You’ll find Meiers/Selix Realty at 413 Security Blvd, right across from the Security Fire Department. you can reach them at 719-360-6576 or 719-930-5612.

The official Grand Opening for Meiers/Selix Realty will be Saturday, August 26th. They’ll have hotdogs and refreshments in the parking lot. Everyone is welcome to come and meet them.  

You can also find them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/JackieCaldwellSelix

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Congratulations to LuisJoe Ybarra Jr, for winning the 2017 Junior Golden Glove National Champion Title in Mesquite, NV in the  15-16yr old 125lbs open division. Defeating Vito Mielnicki from New Jersey.

LuisJoe trains at Ybarra's Boxing Club on Widefield Blvd in Security-Widefield, Colorado.

 

 

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Press Release (City of Colorado Springs)

Together, the City of Colorado Springs and Nor’wood Development Group presented a shared vision for the redevelopment of the southwest area of downtown Colorado Springs and provided a project update to City Council at its work session today.
 


“For more than two decades, the southwest area of downtown has been included in planning efforts as an area ready for revitalization, but has lacked the catalytic spark needed to begin.  Now, with construction beginning on the United States Olympic Museum and Hall of Fame, the vision and master plan framework for southwest downtown transforms an underutilized corner of the city center into an extraordinary new urban neighborhood; a place that will offer locals and visitors a vibrant mix of uses while building a bridge, figuratively and literally, between Colorado Springs and its multifaceted heritage,” said Jariah Walker, executive director of the Colorado Springs Urban Renewal Authority.
 
Specifically, the multi-phased vision strives to achieve five major goals:
•      Extend the energy and mission of the US Olympic Museum in Colorado Springs
•      Create a new urban neighborhood focused on health, wellness and the outdoors
•      Focus on unique, vibrant, memorable and functional public spaces
•      Reconnect America the Beautiful Park to the downtown core
•      Provide an economically-stimulating environment where significant downtown investment can rapidly occur
 
Because municipal and community leadership secured funds from the state’s Regional Tourism Act, the museum will become a one-of-a-kind community attraction and an iconic centerpiece, spurring more than five million square feet of new urban development over the next twenty years into the heart of the city; including new shops, restaurants, businesses, residences and hotel rooms.
 


“We are now beginning to see the benefits of the state’s investment in the Olympic Museum and associated infrastructure,” said Jeff Greene, Chief of Staff for the City of Colorado Springs.  “We are very interested in seeing this vision for transformation come to life around the museum.”