A sale could close by the end of this week, according to a broker working the deal.
“We feel as though we accomplished the goal of saving the chapel,” said GM Development’s Ben Gearhart.
Churchill Bunn and Rhys Duggan purchased the property for $4.5 million with plans to build a three-story apartment project.
The number of development plans submitted to the city jumped in the first five months of 2022 compared to previous years.
Mansions in Hilltop, Boulder and Greenwood Village ranging from $5.9 million to $8 million also made the top five.
“We’re the hole in the donut,” Brent Farber said of 1801 Market St., which is half a city block in an otherwise heavily-developed area.
“It’s really designed for where we’re going, not necessarily where we are today,” Matt Joblon said of buying the site for a planned apartment building.
Residents of Red Sky Ranch claim an unscrupulous arrangement has unfairly saddled them with debt and illegally enriched the company.
“Every hole was touched over the last few years to bring the course back to a more modern, tournament-ready course,” said the 2024 BMW Championship chairman.
“My favorite part of the home is being able to watch TV in my shower, which could fit up to 10 people,” said Orlando Franklin, a retired offensive lineman.