Growth around Longmont’s Creekside Business Park continues with plans from a Loveland-based real estate firm to build a new multi-family housing community on a 8-acre plot adjacent to the Front Range Community College’s Boulder County campus.
The proposed 208-unit project, to be developed by McWhinney Real Estate Services Inc., will be called Creekside Silo and is expected to include a mix of apartments and townhomes, according to Longmont’s active development log.
The aim of the project is “create an attractive apartment community that is representative of modern architecture and amenities but is in-keeping with the natural and built environments surrounding it,” McWhinney’s multifamily development director Kirsty Greer wrote in a letter to Longmont city planning staff.
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Preliminary plans submitted by the developer to the city show a range of apartment sizes from 560-square-foot studios to 1,250-square-foot 3 bedroom apartments, along with ten 1,400 square foot townhomes.
The apartment units will be spread across 10 buildings along Pike Road and the townhomes will be just north of Left Hand Creek, site maps show.
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