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Developers bank on lofty living

Developers bank on lofty living The Gazette Telegraph (Rich Laden) August 4, 2002      Downtown Loft Project-CityWalk Downtown            The former Medalion West building, southeast of Wahsatch Avenue and Kiowa Street, is farther away on downtown’s eastern edge. Still developer Randy Case is counting on downtown’s allure to attract buyers to the building he’s now…

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A lot waiting on downtown

A lot waiting on downtown The Gazette Telegraph (Rich Laden) November 18, 2001      Developer and property owner Randy Case said he sorted through numerous ideas over several years for a sliver of land his family owned on the southeast corner of Nevada Avenue and Kiowa Street.   The property, about one-third of an acre, is…

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Downtown Businesses approve taxing district

Downtown Businesses approve taxing district The Gazette Telegraph (Sara Nesbitt) November 7, 2001      ‘Randy Case, the incoming president of the Downtown Partnership is “thrilled.” “It will continue to enhance the renaissance of our downtown,” Case said.’  

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Senior Housing Driven by Need

Senior Housing Driven by Need The Gazette Telegraph (Rich Laden) November 5, 2001 ‘Randy Case, whose family members are longtime landowners and developers in the Springs, said developers are open to renting apartments to seniors and don’t want to fence them out.  Yet, he acknowledged that market-rate rents may preclude some seniors from renting in…

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Developer details southside project

Developer details southside project The Gazette Telegraph (Rich Laden) July 12, 2001 ‘SC Colorado Holdings LLC, a group headed by Springs developer Earl Robertson, recently purchased the 205 acre property known as Spring Creek.  The land, purchased from Springs Randy and Lindsay Case and local businessman Ray Marshall, is southwest of the Martin Luther King…

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Downtown retailers feel need to shuffle locations

Downtown retailers feel need to shuffle locations The Gazette Telegraph Inside Business (Sara Nesbitt) March 26, 2001 ‘Randy Case, owner of Case Holdings, said movement among retailers in the downtown is expected.  “It’s the market at work, and it’s certainly a part of a capitalistic society,” Case said.  “Plus, businesses don’t tend to move during…

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Housing Plans OK’d

Housing Plans OK’d The Gazette Telegraph Metro Section (Raquel Rutledge) October 25, 2000 ‘The City Council approved development plans Tuesday for a housing complex on 28 acres near Rockrimmon Boulevard and Vindicator Drive that will mix affordable housing for families and seniors with full-price units.’

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Small developers with big-time plans

Small developers with big-time plans The Gazette Telegraph (Rich Laden) October 23, 2000 ‘Finding a niche, keeping overhead low keys to success’ and ‘Long-term business relationships can be invaluable asset’  Randy Case, whose family has developed property for years throughout Colorado Springs and whose father at one time operated a huge commercial brokerage said his…

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Plan suggests new tax to save mouse habitat

The Gazette Telegraph Metro Section (Pam Zubeck) February 25, 2000 There is a proposed new property tax to help pay for preserving the Preble’s  Meadow Jumping Mouse which was declared ‘threatened’ under the Endangered Species Act in May 1998, and its habitat.  This was designed to help save the mouse while protecting private property rights. …

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