InnovationTeaserWebDowntown: Focus on Innovation

The more Downtown Colorado Springs provides an environment attractive to innovative businesses, the more those new businesses will support a variety of jobs in a variety of skill sets that benefit our entire community. With innovative companies like BombBomb, innovative schools like Colorado College, innovative developments like Blue Dot Place and innovative events like Startup Week, more and more we're seeing how innovation thrives downtown. We're even seeing some innovative updates at long-time favorites like Poor Richard's and McCabe's Tavern. Check out the Downtown: Focus on Innovation insert in the Sunday, August 30 issue of the Gazette, or click here to read it online

Shown: Solar panels on the roof of Blue Dot Place. Photo by Jana L. Bussanich ©2015. 

Annual Downtown Partnership Breakfast

Mayor Breakfast WEB 2013Network with business and community leaders, downtown stakeholders, and Downtown Partnership members at our annual breakfast. At our signature event of the year, we will talk about some catalytic changes coming to downtown, hear remarks from Mayor John Suthers, and present Downtown Star awards. Thursday, September 17 at the Antlers Hilton Hotel. Seating is limited, and reservations are required. Click here for information and to reserve your seats.

Welcome to Downtown Colorado Springs

Watch below to catch a glimpse into the people, places, and businesses of every day downtown Colorado Springs! 

 
From financial institutions to tech firms, innovative new businesses are choosing downtown, and longtime businesses are expanding and renovating. A Certified Creative District by the State of Colorado is reflected in the creative industries, museums, festivals, events, cultural opportunities and entertainment for young and old. To learn more about the work of Downtown Partnership take a look at the 2014 Annual Report to the Community.

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