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Nevei Kodesh Completes Purchase of Building

Nevei signingDECEMBER 18, BOULDER — This afternoon, a momentous event happened — officials of Congregation Nevei Kodesh signed the closing papers that officially closed the purchase of their building at 1925 Glenwood Drive in Boulder. This has long been their dream, “and together we accomplished it!”  From the statement sent out from the synagogue:

Many thanks to Rick Angel, for countless hours of legal assistance, Steve Ellis and David Simon for heading the LLC that is providing our self-funded mortgage, (and Steve for setting it up), Robin Youngelman and Jeff Skovron who oversaw the Capital Campaign the last few years, Don Koplen and Walter Katz for first finding this property and Don for negotiating our initial terms that made ownership possible, the Nevei Kodesh Board and Mah Nora Campaign Committee for many hours of hard work related to this effort, along with all of those who helped at each phase of this process.

Most of all, profound thanks to each and every one of you who contributed funds (and continue to contribute funds) to make our dream a reality. This is a joyful and historic moment in our community’s history. We look forward to celebrating with you all on Saturday, and may we continue to thrive and enjoy our home for years to come!”

Mazel tov to the members, officers and directors of Congregation Nevei Kodesh, and the BJN wishes them many happy years in their new home.

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One comment

  1. The timing of Closing this transaction feels like another Chanukah miracle! Many blessings to all who have been involved in any way in making this acquisition possible. May there be much joy in this holy place for many years to come.