Two longtime Colorado Springs companies, Doss Aviation Inc. and SuperFlow Technologies Group, have been sold earlier this month in separate transactions. L3 Technologies Inc. acquired Springs-based Doss from New York private equity firm J.F. Lehman & Co. on Sept. 12 for an undisclosed price, but said in a news release that it expected Doss to generate about $50 million in sales this year and add to the New York-based aerospace and communications giant's earnings. Lehman bought Doss in 2011.
Caption + Colorado Springs' Cheyenne Mountain Resort has been sold to a group controlled by a Florida investor who owns hotels, health plans and real estate nationwide. (Photo courtesy of Cheyenne Mountain Resort) The Cheyenne Mountain Resort was sold Thursday for $74 million to a limited liability company controlled by a Tampa, Fla., investor with interests in hotels, health plans and real estate, according to El Paso County land records.
The Cheyenne Mountain Resort was sold Thursday for $74 million to a limited liability company controlled by a Tampa, Fla., investor with interests in hotels, health plans and real estate, according to El Paso County land records. Cheyenne Resort Acquisition Group LLC, headed by Dr. Kiran Patel, bought the 316-room hotel at 3225 Broadmoor Valley Road, including the Country Club of Colorado, from Cheyenne Mountain Resort LLC, which is controlled by Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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