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Our New Church Home

1719 East 29th Street

Bryan, Texas 77802

Our New Building Fundraiser Goal Has Been Reached!!!!

$67,960

2/4/21

$95,460

2/24/21

$138,460

3/2/21

$207,400

3/9/21

$231,900

3/21/21

$253,950

9/21/21

$300,000

4/21/22

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Property Progress

Property Progress Timeline

2016, November

305 Welborn is sold to TxDot.

2017, January

UUCBV rents from Hillel at TAMU

 

2018, November

1719 E 29th Street property lowers asking price by $91, 000.

 

2018, December 17

Earnest Money Contract submitted towards 1719 E 29th Street

 

2019, April

1719 E 29th Street property purchased.

 

2019, August

Veronica Morgan, Civil Engineer, and Bryan Gibbs, Architect, hired.

 

2019, November

The AIA (Architect’s Contract) and the Design Addendum are signed by both Pact Design Studio and UUCBV.

 

2020, February

Soil samples and tree survey completed.

 

2020, March

Furniture selected.

 

2020, July

Plats/plans approved by City of Bryan.

 

2020, August

Construction bids arrive, much higher than anticipated with Covid-19 increase in supply costs.

 

2020, October

Contractor Keyes & Walsh selected.

 

2020, November

UUCBV vote to approve construction.

2021, January

UUCBV New Building Fundraiser Begins

2021, March

UUCBV New Building Fundraiser reaches over $230,000 

2021, June

Authorized Owners Agent, Kathy Wheeler, assigned

Approved signing contract with Keys & Walsh

2021, June 12

Ground Breaking Ceremony Occurs

2021, October

We've been seeing construction occurring on the property!

2022, April

Building Fundraiser Goal Reached.

2022, June

One year since the Groundbreaking ceremony and we see a building taking shape

2022, December

New storage unit rented next door to 29th street property where new sanctuary chairs are stored.

2023, January

The congregation continues driving by the new property on 29th Street and walking it monthly as the property has transformed from acres of trees, shrubs, and grass into a near-complete church building over the past year.

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