The Catholic school authorized Denver-based United Properties to apply to rezone 8890 E. Lowry Blvd. to allow four-story buildings with a total of 276 units.
A $20 million capital campaign is funding the 26,470-square-foot facility. The organization was founded by former Denver Broncos quarterback Brian Griese.
The filing comes after the Denver Post and another newspaper filed Colorado Open Records Act requests to see the entire, unredacted report, which cost DPS $200,000.
Thrive plans to build 322 homes, some detached and some townhomes. Another part of the campus is expected to be sold to a developer later this month.
The four-story, 41,144-square-foot space — kitty-corner from the Colorado State Capitol — has been home to the Colorado Education Association for 30 years.
The 182,000-square-foot building cost $78.5 million and also includes a dining hall, a math lab, a writing center and other facilities.
The private school paid $5 million for the three-story structure at 333 S. Allison Parkway, which it plans to use for its headquarters and nursing school.
A lawsuit by David Schott claims he is the victim of sex-based employment discrimination, breach of contract and defamation.
The lawsuit argues a city ordinance prohibiting the university from owning and renting housing off its main campus to students is unconstitutional.
The deal for the 13-building, 25-acre university campus in South Park Hill, which also involved Denver Public Schools and the Denver Housing Authority, closed Tuesday.