Plans are underway for the construction of a new apartment complex in the Old Town North section of Fort Collins that will add more than 200 units to the city’s apartment stock.
As proposed, the project will go up off of North College Avenue, roughly 1 mile to the north of downtown Fort Collins.
Defined as an infill site, the property for the project is just to the south of Suniga Drive, near the popular Chipper’s Horsetooth Lanes, which features a bowling alley as well as an arcade and laser tag space.
The project will entail the construction of three separate apartment buildings on a 7-acre site in a part of town that in recent years has seen significant residential growth, with upper scale homes designed in the New Urbanist style.
There are currently two additional apartment projects in the development stage for Old Town North that will see the construction of more than 500 new units, as well as 139 town homes.
As proposed, the complex will feature two four-story structures, and one with three stories. The ground level in all of the buildings will be devoted to parking.
According to announced plans, the complex will also include around 3,000 square feet of commercial space, as well as up to 30,000 square feet of open space on a tree-lined site designed by Fort Collins-based landscape designer Ripley Design.
By Garry Boulard
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