In late 2015, HBCD had a vision to expand to multiple sites around the metro Denver area requiring them to record and share their sermons with other sites. To do this, they would need to upgrade sound system and make acoustical changes in the existing worship center… Read More.
After 11 years of operating in a renovated and expanded YMCA building, the Rock of Southwest Church (now Rock Community Church) had reached maximum capacity of 1,200 weekly attenders. The main worship auditorium (former gymnasium) could only accommodate 390 seats and a second venue in the expanded area, comprising 250 seats, never allowed overall attendance to significantly grow… Read More.
Scattered among 4 industrial buildings in downtown Berthoud and with only 300 seats, GP desired to combine all its ministries (worship, kids, youth) under one roof with an expanded 1,000 seat auditorium. CFS created the strategic plan to accomplish this goal and then led the effort to acquire… Read More.
Mission Hills Church’s existing facilities located at University & Orchard (Greenwood Village) could not be expanded to accommodate new growth. The client needed to acquire a new land site, develop a new church campus and sell its existing property to fund its future expansion. Read More.
Stapleton Fellowship Church (SFC) had reached its maximum growth capacity at a interim school facility owned by Denver School of Science and Technology. With $4.9 million cash resources available (sale of previous property), SFC needed to procure its own facility to solidify growth and its position in the burgeoning community of Stapleton. Read More.
Living Way Fellowship (LWF) had merely 30 days after retaining Church Facility Solutions to re-evaluate a site contracted for and approved for purchase by their congregation. As suspected, CFS determined that LWF should seek an alternative site. Read More.
Cherry Creek Community Church, came to the conclusion that the disadvantages of the properties were preventing growth for this congregation. Church Facility Solutions worked with Cherry Creek Community Church to position these church properties for sale for a higher and better use. Read More.
University Hills Baptist Church was thriving in the 1980’s and needed a larger auditorium. In 1987, the church decided to expand and constructed a 1,100 seat auditorium, classrooms and office space; relying on abundant (and free) parking directly west at the largely unoccupied former University Hills Shopping Center. Read More.
Acquired from Cherry Hills Community Church in 1995, the church thrived in this proven church location until a leadership change resulted in a slow membership decline eventually requiring Colorado Community Church to sell its Class “A” 75,000 SF church property. CFS was hired as the church’s listing agent… Read More.
A lender took this 51,200 SF Class “A” Church property back in foreclosure from Lookout Mountain Community Church and hired CFS as its’ listing agent to sell the property. Constructed in 2002 for approximately $11.8 million, the property was sold to Flatirons Community Church… Read More.
Crossroads Community Church needed to obtain a larger worship facility because of continuing membership growth. Church Facility Solutions was challenged to make a small renovation budget stretch by acquiring an existing building to renovate. CFS was able to obtain a higher than normal loan amount to carry the existing church property until it could be sold. Read More.