Pastor Barry Farah had a dream: to attract a congregation to an accessible, highly visible location with plenty of room to grow. The site he identified for his Springs Calvary church was a 23,000-square-foot space on two levels at Tiffany Square, on the southwest corner of the Woodmen Road interchange off Interstate 25. The church would occupy a former movie theater space and would include a large auditorium, a youth ministries area and mezzanine, complete with infant and toddler areas. Walls were to be removed to open the sanctuary to accommodate up to 550 people, with room for up to 500 more.
A Colorado Springs-based real estate firm’s quarterly report indicates that the local commercial market continues to lag behind many others in its climb to pre-recession health. Quantum Commercial Group LLC’s second-quarter market report showed vacancy rates are down in the office and retail submarkets, while they remain flat for industrial space. Quantum also reported that […]