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Colorado's hottest market for hipsters? It's not in Denver
If you're looking for Colorado's hottest spot for hipsters, you're going to have to look past Denver.
That's according to Yelp and Realtor.com, which ranked 297 U.S. cities to create their list of "The Hottest Hipster Markets." Colorado Springs was the state's top city for hipsters, ranking No. 10 nationally.
Big news: Another tiny house festival coming to Colorado Springs
After a year-long hiatus, the city again will host a "tiny house" expo.
In 2015 and 2016, the Tiny House Jamboree attracted thousands of people to Colorado Springs. The event's founder earlier this year announced the jamboree would be leaving the city, but another tiny house enthusiast has stepped in to fill the gap next year.
Study: Springs zip code ranks 7th top housing market in U.S.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - If you're looking to buy a home, the real estate market in Northeast Colorado Springs is on fire. A new report from 'Realtor.com' ranks a Springs' zip code seventh on the list of top housing markets in the U.S.
The - 80922 - zip code consists of homes and businesses between Stetson Hills Blvd. and Constitution Ave. next to Powers Blvd.
Triple-A baseball leaving Colorado Springs Sky Sox will join a new league
The 30-year run of Triple-A baseball in Colorado Springs will end in 15 months.
The Elmore Sports Group announced Wednesday it is responding to “pressure from within Major League Baseball” and moving the Triple-A Sky Sox to San Antonio for the 2019 season and replacing it in Colorado Springs with the short-season Rookie-level team currently in Helena, Mont.
Rezoning at Banning Lewis Ranch approved for 1,000-plus homes
More than 1,000 homes now can be built on a sliver of the massive Banning Lewis Ranch with a rezoning approved Tuesday by the Colorado Springs City Council.
The move, opposed by Councilwoman Yolanda Avila and Councilman Bill Murray, comes as the next major step for Denver-based Oakwood Homes, which owns a 2,600-acre section of the ranch.
Nor'wood Development Group owns about 18,000 acres there. Oakwood's portion, broken into six sections dubbed Village 1-6, will have parks, trails and schools.
A lot of people are good at what they do. Some are even elite. A select few are completely unstoppable.
Those who are unstoppable are in their own world. They don’t compete with anyone but themselves. You never know what they will do — only that you will be forced to respond. Even though they don’t compete with you, they make you compete with them.