crowd webAnnual Downtown Partnership Breakfast

The annual Downtown Partnership breakfast, our signature corporate event, will be held on Tuesday, September 27, 2016 sponsored by title sponsor El Paso County. Each year information about Downtown is presented, from catalytic large-scale projects to smaller street-level accomplishments that are transforming our city’s center. Hear remarks by Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers, help us recognize Downtown Stars, and more. Tickets required. Additional information here.

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From innovative work spaces to innovative services, Downtown is a hub for new and creative business thinking. Check out the Pikes Peak Makerspace Tesla lab, read about our community's creative leaders, discover new public art and much more in our Downtown: Focus on Innovation publication.

LittleRomanFarmFall harvest almost here

With a late growing season in Colorado, now is the idea time to visit these two markets, featuring only Colorado grown produce! The Downtown Sunday Market is each Sunday at Acacia Park and the Colorado Farm and Art Market is each Wednesday, 3-7pm at the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum. You'll find exclusively Colorado grown produce, fresh baked goods, artisanal lemonade and coffee, jewelry and hand crafted items and much more. Plus, don't miss live music every week, 11am to 1pm at the Downtown Sunday Market. 



Top 10 DowntownWe're in the Top Ten

Downtown Colorado Springs ranked #9 in the Top 10 Best Downtowns of 2016 according to Click here to see the ranking, and other cities on the list.


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This new report features an economic snapshot and performance indicators for Downtown Colorado Springs, from workforce data to development and investment. Download a pdf here or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for printed copies.

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