With offices in both Austin and Chicago, Core Spaces LLC is one of the fastest growing student housing development companies in the country.
This year. the company is planning to build new student residential projects in Lafayette, Indiana; Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Orlando; Minneapolis; Flagstaff; and Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Those projects are all intended to serve students from nearby universities, and will vary in size from 124 to 407 units.
Now added to Core Spaces’ portfolio is a 142-unit housing development in Fort Collins, designed to serve students at the nearby Colorado State University.
As proposed, what is being called the Hub on Campus Fort Collins will go up on a 1.6-acre site that was once the home to the C.B. Potts Restaurant and Brewery.
Several structures that were once a part of the C.B. Potts’ operation at 1415 W. Elizabeth Street will be demolished to make way for the new project.
According to city documents, the new Core Spaces development will include one 5-story building with 12,400 square feet of commercial space. A second structure will be three stories tall and will house multi-family dwellings.
Also planned for construction is a 3-story parking garage.
If the Hub on Campus Fort Collins wins city approval, work is expected to begin on the project this fall, with a late summer 2020 completion date.
By Garry Boulard
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