The company responsible for repurposing Berkeley’s El Jebel Shrine showed off its handiwork at a Thursday open house.
Golden-based Confluence Cos. converted the longtime Shriners International temple, located at 4625 W. 50th Ave. along the Willis Case Golf Course, into 24 luxury condominiums.
The building is now known as Mirador at Tennyson.
The exterior of the 55,000-square-foot structure, which dates to 1930, was preserved and restored as part of the $12 million project.
Craine Architecture was the architect on the project. Clear Creek Real Estate is marketing the condos; 18 have already been sold, according to broker Laura Wnorowski.
The six units that remain range in price from $585,000 to $975,000. The largest is 2,452 square feet.
The El Jebel Shriners sold the building and 5 acres to Koelbel Urban Homes for $4.5 million in 2015. The organization moved out in August 2015 to a new building at 3443 S. Galena St.
Koelbel sold the building, but not the surrounding land, to Confluence and its partners for $1 million in March 2016, according to property records.