“It takes a very accomplished hotelier to lead one of Gaylord Hotels’ large-scale resort and convention centers,” Mike Stengel said. “Rick is a perfect fit for Gaylord Rockies with 35 years of experience and success focused on finance, operations, sales strategies and redevelopment for some of Marriott’s more complex resort properties.”
Banks fared the worst as bond yields and interest rates nosedived. Health care, technology and industrial companies all took outsize losses and energy companies sank with oil prices.
Construction on part of the project is set to start in February, said Kyle Forti, a spokesman for Northstar. The goal is to wrap up the retail project in early 2019 and the apartments in spring 2020.
Last year, the organization tasked with bringing tourists to Aurora helped book more than 100,000 room nights, bookings the agency says will pump more than $44 million into the Aurora economy.
Denver’s KCNC-TV first reported that Lyft driver Danny Gillette had a robbery and prison escape on his criminal record. Both felonies disqualified him from Lyft driving
Small business owners have entered 2018 with many questions about how big their tax bills will be, but they’re also optimistic about profiting from a strong economy. And aside from financial matters, owners with employees must stay mindful about one of the troubling issues of 2017, sexual harassment.
“Construction firms appear to be very optimistic about 2018 as they expect demand for all types of construction services to continue to expand,” Stephen E. Sandherr, the association’s chief executive officer, said in a statement announcing the survey’s findings. “This optimism is likely based on current economic conditions, an increasingly business-friendly regulatory environment and expectations the Trump administration will boost infrastructure investments.”
The Daily Sentinel reports Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission data through Dec. 8 shows drilling had begun on 113 wells so far this year in Mesa County, the most since 225 well starts there in 2008, the peak year of drilling activity in western Colorado’s Piceance Basin
After close to 100 years, the north Aurora course that played host to a U.S. President and thousands of everyday golfers closed for good last weekend