BY FREDA MIKLINGOVERNMENTAL REPORTER
There is almost no place left in Greenwood Village where new one-acre single-family residential development is possible.
After a series of events that true believers saw as godly miracles in answer to their prayers, the Resurrection Anglican Fellowship (REZ) church was able to purchase a 4.5-acre property at 9200-9250 East Belleview Avenue last year for $1,890,000 from Alpert Development Inc. to become their long-sought permanent home.
REZ’s plan was to sell off part of the property, which was zoned residential, as two 1-acre, single-family detached residential lots. After working out details about access to the property from Belleview Avenue and the impact of headlights from the new homes into the adjacent Coral Place neighborhood, on May 6 GV city council approved the necessary amended special use permit, planned unit development, subdivision improvement agreement, and final plat to allow the residential lots to be developed.
On October 1, REZ architect and lead representative for the project Lawrence Depenbusch told The Villager that a neighbor had expressed interest in the lots within two days after city council approved the plan. Both lots were under contract within 30 days. He said the design is nearing completion for one of the houses and he expects construction to commence next year.
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