Land buyer may have indoor soccer as goal
Last Updated: 16:44 August 27, 2013
Peter Ambrose, a partner in the venture, confirmed the deal, which is expected to be finalized this week. But the co-owner of Boulder Indoor Soccer Inc. declined to discuss plans for the property in detail.
Boulder Indoor Soccer is building a 18,000-square-foot facility in Longmont that is scheduled to open by the end of September. The company has been eyeing expansion in Boulder. BIS has about 11,000 square feet at its facility at 2845 29th St. in Boulder.
John Koval, of Way Cool Properties and Coburn Development, represented the buyers. John Beaupre of Re/Max Northwest and Scott Rose of Scott Rose and Associates represented the seller, Denver-based The Sherman Agency Inc.
"The plans for the land are to be determined in the very near future," Ambrose said. "We're going to change the face of indoor athletics in Boulder."
The property sits at the heart of Boulder's current redevelopment activity, just across the railroad tracks and to the east of the Depot Square development that broke ground last week. Goose Creek runs along the north edge of the property.
More development is in the long-term plan for the area west of Depot Square, and the Solana 3100 Pearl luxury apartments are under construction across the street to the south. Another group of investors this summer also purchased four parcels of land at the southwest corner of 30th and Pearl streets for a mixed-use redevelopment.
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