The iconic circular chapel on the former Nazarene Bible College campus is scheduled to be renovated into a community center as part of a new project.
By Regan Foster Where biblical scholars once studied, new families could soon put down roots. The Colorado Springs City Council gave its final blessing Jan. 28 to a housing plan that will turn the former Nazarene Bible College campus into a 427-unit community. Dubbed Chapel Heights, the Challenger Homes project is slated to include 190 […]
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