On the far north end of Colorado Springs, where city roads give way to county grasslands, a luxury residential real estate development is growing, despite the financial drought of the last four years.
February 3, 2012Comments Off
Developers of the Flying Horse golf course development on the far north end of town are asking the Colorado Springs planning commission today for the green light to break ground on 122 new single-family home sites. Doug Stimple, owner of Flying Horse Development and Classic Homes said the new plots will be in the development’s [...]Continue reading …
The 3,756-square-foot former Michelle’s building at 122 N. Tejon St. will be offered for auction Oct. 8. The sellers hope to fetch somewhere between the market average of $80 and a high of $200 per square foot. The auction will be the first of its kind in downtown Colorado Springs’ recent history. Schur Success Realty [...]Continue reading …
The upper end of the residential real estate market won’t be returning to pre-recession levels any time soon. While there were 11.5 percent fewer foreclosures in El Paso County and an 11.9 percent increase in home sales for April 2010 compared to the same month last year, upscale home inventories remain largely untouched. Classic Cos. Executive [...]Continue reading …
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