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Christopher Wood

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Honeywell International Inc.’s decision to merge its Broomfield quantum-computing division — Honeywell Quantum Solutions — into a new company after merging it with U.K.-based Cambridge Quantum Computing should bring some valuable economic development to the region: a potential public offering, a need for additional space and jobs.
The region’s housing market continued to set records for median sales price in many cities in May, with low inventories and high demand pushing prices up.
Thirty-six Colorado startups secured almost $8.6 million in grants as part of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade’s Advanced Industries Accelerator Program.
Hospitality at Work, a Denver-based subsidiary of Los Angeles-based Lowe, has acquired Keys Commercial Real Estate LLC, a Boulder-based property-management company and commercial brokerage founded by Geoffrey Keys in 1984.