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Home not effectively green, lawsuit says

The owner of a Gold Hill Mesa home filed suit this month against the builder, saying the home is not as energy-efficient as the builder purported. Further, the builder knew the home wasn’t as energy-efficient during the sales process, said homeowners Hannah Polmer and William Robert Rudge in their lawsuit against Hi-Point Home Builders LLC,… Continue Reading Home not effectively green, lawsuit says

Gold Hill Mesa developers believe their West Side infill project is “so far outside of the box” that it needs its own zoning. Continue Reading Whole Foods? Perhaps REI? Gold Hill aiming high

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Gold Hill Mesa retail strategy panning out

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Gold Hill Mesa builders are making plans to add retail and restaurants to the mixed-use development under construction at 21st Street and U.S. Highway 24. Continue Reading Gold Hill Mesa retail strategy panning out

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The Colorado Springs Planning Commission on Thursday approved the next phase of development for Gold Hill Mesa, a traditional neighborhood development on the southwest side of town, despite protests from homeowners in the neighboring residential development of Villa de Mesa. Neighbors from Villa de Mesa said they wanted a wall the developer promised to build… Continue Reading Commission approves Gold Hill Mesa changes

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Gold Hill Mesa’s heart beating again

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The scene outside the community center in the center of the Gold Hill Mesa housing development is a bit of a mess — dusty roads busy with workers and filled with the sound of hammers and drills and saws. It wasn’t supposed to be like this right now. It was supposed to be full of… Continue Reading Gold Hill Mesa’s heart beating again

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Gold Hill Mesa Partners, the ownership group behind a 216-acre residential development on the city’s Westside, is waiting to hear from the U.S. bankruptcy court if it can buy back 46 single-family and multi-family lots it sold to John Laing Homes in 2007. Laing declared Chapter 11 bankruptcy in February 2009, closing dozens of projects… Continue Reading Gold Hill Mesa developer hoping to buy back land

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It’s hard to imagine a developer springing for more than $1 million to clean up homeless camps and debris along his property’s Fountain Creek streambed. Not in this economy. But that’s what Gold Hill Mesa owner and investor Bob Willard did last year when he partnered with the City of Colorado Springs Stormwater Enterprise Program… Continue Reading Developer spends $1.5M to restore streambed

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Builders springing back to life

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Residential developers across the Pikes Peak region are increasingly reporting a much-awaited trend: buyers are back. Gold Hill Mesa developer Bob Willard is among those relieved. With two tough years behind him, including the bankruptcy of John Laing Homes, which abandoned dozens of the development’s lots and unfinished homes, Willard is upbeat about 2010. Fifteen… Continue Reading Builders springing back to life

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