Plans for the construction of just over 350 apartment units of varying sizes are on their way to the Broomfield City Council for review and hoped-for approval.
The project, being developed by Mountain View LLC, also of Broomfield, will be built in two phases on a currently open 19.7-acre site at the southeast corner of Wadsworth Boulevard and West 116th Avenue.
The site is in a mostly residential area, some 2 miles to the south of downtown Broomfield.
As proposed, what is being called the Wadsworth Station will go up in two phases, with an initial mix of 276 studio and one- and two- and three-bedroom units planned for the first phase construction.
Additional building features will include a coffee bar, conference room, and workspace areas. Exterior amenities will see the building of half a dozen carports and courtyard space.
Another 76 units will see construction in a later second phase.
The project, which has been in the talking and planning stage for nearly two years, has just secured the approval of the Broomfield Planning and Zoning Commission.
In recent years Broomfield’s apartment market has been booming, reflecting a 26 percent growth in its population in the last decade for a current total of just over 70,400 residents.
By Garry Boulard
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