In September 2015, hotelier and attorney Perry Sanders announced plans to construct a residential skyscraper in downtown Colorado Springs, rising as high as 100 stories. At the time, few people took Sanders seriously. Online reactions ranged from disbelief to jocular scorn — as in: “Isn’t this story a little late for April Fools?” But Sanders […]

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