Jefferson County commissioners have voted 2-1 in favor of a proposed subdivision near C-470 and U.S. 285 that will bring 230 homes to land near the scenic Dakota Hogback.
The final hearing was June 10.
The 284-acre parcel, owned by Colorado Christian University, will be sold to Shea Properties, which will complete the project. Abandoned buildings at the location from a former college campus will be torn down by December, a Shea representative said.
Commissioner Kevin McCasky led the vote in favor of the development, with Commissioner Jim Congrove also approving it.