“They thought we were putting a gas station in. They thought we were building a church.”
The buyer called the Colorado Horse Park “a refuge in a sea of new homes and a connection to the Douglas County rural past.”
Houses in Parker, Littleton and Denver’s Hilltop neighborhood ranging from $5 million to $6.3 million also made the top five.
A Golden office sells for $33 million, new Cap Hill apartments fetch $21 million and an investment bank moves into 1144 Fifteenth.
Colorado World Resorts and its owners have a recent history of stalled projects, including a planned condo complex in Avon.
At more than 8,400 yards, the par-71 Windsor course designed with consulting from PGA Tour legend Fred Funk, RainDance is the longest course in North America, according to the developer.
Dan Whitehead, founder of a wealth management firm, and his wife call the custom mansion they moved into last year “Shoots & Ladders.”
A former Dollar General CEO got $12.5 million for his 45,000-square-foot mansion, making it the priciest home sale in Douglas County history.
Barry Riddle, founder of Parker Tennis Center, is breaking ground on a 44,000-square-foot complex in late November.
The healthcare provider’s $30 million emergency transport program, Flight for Life Colorado, is adding a new helicopter to its fleet specifically designed for kids.