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Old Posted Jul 9, 2015, 5:24 AM
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Sage Hospitality's planned downtown Fort Collins hotel's design work continues:

Its interesting seeing the mid-century influence pop up in more and more new buildings here. Is this happening every where? Fort Collins definitely boomed in the 60's. CSU is a damn mid-century time capsule and all of our high-rise buildings were built in the 60's. I like the design of this hotel so far. I'm just not entirely sure the metal screens fit in a national historic district like Old Town. I love that the back side of the hotel is deliberately more modern in design nodding to the River District across the street.
N I C E !

All the proposed new projects for Fort Collins are impressive.

I also recently read an interesting piece about the proposed new dam project strategically needed for the future.
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Old Posted Jul 17, 2015, 4:38 AM
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Must be a new apartment project in Louisville; 111 units at 707 S. Boulder Road according to Justin at Denver Urban Review.

Rendering courtesy of NorthMarq Capital via Denver Urban Review
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Uncommon - 310 South College Avenue - Fort Collins

Here are some updated renderings of 310 South College Avenue, now called Uncommon. This development features 119 apartments on 6 floors with 11,000 square feet of ground floor retail.





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Courtesy: CSU Pueblo

"United Launch Alliance to open manufacturing, testing center in Pueblo"

Jul 24, 2015 by Mark Harden News Director Denver Business
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The Centennial-based rocket launching business -- a joint venture of Lockheed Martin Corp. and the Boeing Co. -- said Friday it plans to spend $5 million upgrading an industrial building near the Pueblo airport.
Image Credit: United Launch Alliance via Colorado Space News
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Pueblo: the only place in Colorado where no one gives a shit if a rocket blows up a portion of it.
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Bet Eeyore has a rocket in his pants over this news.

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I'm just going to leave this here:

http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=217947
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Best Places - 10. Fort Collins, Colo.
According to Forbes Fort Collins comes in at Number 10 for Best Places for Business.
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Galvanize Fort Collins

This classy piece of infill opens Monday.

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This classy piece of infill opens Monday.
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Galvanize has had great success. Glad to see they'll be in Fort Collins; wise choice I'm sure. And yes I love that building.
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Reminds me of THIS in Boulder. The building that used to have the Borders bookstore.
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LOL "Just more articulate." ! Probably part of Wong's upcoming stand up routine.

Lets not pooh pooh the significance of 34 jobs coming to Pueblo in the next 2 years. That's probably 200 or so more people that will get the pleasure of ignoring the state fair every year. And it's also not so many people that Pueblo will have to deal with the possibility, every, over its entire future history, from now until the sun goes nova, of having a giant ocean liner type of apartment block constructed within the city like the poor poor citizens of Denver do.

(I'll be back in less than an hour probably to tell you which project gets posted on a certain Facebook page to show me exactly how Pueblo has the exact same kind of development Denver does).
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Hey look, another city hates defect laws!

Another Colorado city passes construction defects ordinance

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The City Council of Commerce City on Monday became the latest Denver-metro city to approve an ordinance altering the way the state's construction defects law works within city limits.
The ordinance was unanimously approved and will apply to new construction within the city after Aug. 1. The ordinance is needed to encourage diverse housing options to better serve Commerce City's diverse population, the city said in a release.
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LOL "Just more articulate." ! Probably part of Wong's upcoming stand up routine.

Lets not pooh pooh the significance of 34 jobs coming to Pueblo in the next 2 years. That's probably 200 or so more people that will get the pleasure of ignoring the state fair every year. And it's also not so many people that Pueblo will have to deal with the possibility, every, over its entire future history, from now until the sun goes nova, of having a giant ocean liner type of apartment block constructed within the city like the poor poor citizens of Denver do.

(I'll be back in less than an hour probably to tell you which project gets posted on a certain Facebook page to show me exactly how Pueblo has the exact same kind of development Denver does).
Took an entire day... I guess he's off his game.

Expansion of Pueblo's little meeting room "convention center".

Expansion of the riverwalk. Which honestly is terrific. Been there a few times in the last year. It's VERY nice.

And of course the mythical Pueblo Springs still exists in many people's minds.

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Downtown Littleton will be getting a 3 story Viewhouse down at the west end of downtown
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Alamo Drafthouse coming to the Westminster downtown site

http://m.bizjournals.com/denver/morn...-gets-its.html
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Alamo Drafthouse coming to the Westminster downtown site

http://m.bizjournals.com/denver/morn...-gets-its.html
Justin/Denver Urban Review also had a nice summary of this and the general progress of Westminster's new downtown.
Rendering of development at former Westminster Mall site Courtesy City of Westminster via Denver Urban Review
These big ideas take time to get rolling. I suspect we'll see more suburban development projects come along. I know the Nine Mile Station Regatta Plaza redevelopment is winding its way through the process.
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