Thursday, June 15, 2006
Gold Hill Mesa development gets started
A 20,000-square-foot community center -- including a restaurant, pub, coffee and ice cream shops and fitness center -- is taking shape this week on the site of the Gold Hill Mesa development on Colorado Springs' west side, southeast of U.S. Highway 24 and 21st Street.
The building, to be called The Exchange, is part of a traditional neighborhood development on 210 acres on the site of a former gold and silver milling operation.Gold Hill Mesa is zoned for as many as 1,800 houses and condominiums, along with parks, stores and the community center.
The Exchange is scheduled for completion in November. Later this month, home builder John Laing Homes will start construction of home models as part of the first 120 single-family residences on the property.
More information: www.GoldHillMesa.com
- RICH LADEN
Posted by Joan Zales at 9:47 AM