Plans are now firm for the construction of a 220-unit apartment complex that will go up along the busy corridor of 8th Avenue between downtown Greeley and the campus of the University of Northern Colorado.
What is being called South Maddie will see the construction of three separate 4-story buildings featuring both restaurant and retail space on the first floors of those structures.
Developer of the project is the Greeley-based Richmark Holdings, which is eligible for a series of city tax and fee reimbursements approved in March by the Greeley City Council.
Planned to go up between 15th and 17th Streets in a part of Greeley dominated by one-story stores, restaurants, and offices, the new complex will also include walkable space with a design intended to create a downtown neighborhood feel.
Plans currently call for construction on the project to begin later this year, with a mid-2019 completion date.
By Garry Boulard
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