New Construction Developments in Fort Collins Colorado

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There is a strong barrier for growth and developments in Fort Collins because we’re pretty landlocked. In today’s post, we’re talking about the new construction developments in Fort Collins, Colorado.

Types of developments in Fort Collins

One thing to take into account when it comes to new construction developments in Fort Collins is that they are mostly multi-family apartment type developments. Other developments that are popular right are senior and affordable housing developments. Single Family developments are fewer and far between. In today’s post, we will discuss some of the current and upcoming developments in town.

The Montava project

One of the biggest developments that took Fort Collins by is the Montava project

Montava is a 1000-acre development expected to have about 400+ dwelling units, a working farm, commercial, shops and schools. This development will be the largest development in Fort Collins so far.

There are some significant hurdles to overcome, one of them being bringing water to this development. We are hopeful for this development to kick off in 2022, but will be watching it closely.

Mosaic

We also have Mosaic by Hartford Homes and Lennar which has been very popular lately. It’s a very desirable area, especially for younger professionals and younger families. With two pools, a large open area and walking paths throughout, this is a smaller community, but very friendly.

There are only a few more available homes in this community and it is ALMOST completely built out.

The Reserve at Timberline

Reserve at Timberline looks like it’s going to be a very cool development. There are some phenomenal mountain views, pond views and walking paths throughout this development. They are in phase 2 of a multi phase development. Price points for the single family homes in this development are currently $740k to $800k.

**DR HORTON has a development (that abuts this project) that will have single families and multi family that has not yet overcome bringing water to the project. Soon, that project will kick off and be a great option on the Southeast side of Fort Collins

Mountain’s Edge – Drake & Overland

This development is situated in a cool area of Fort Collins. Located right along the foothills, the Mountain’s Edge is a pretty unique development on the western side of town. Comprised of mostly townhomes, this development by Challenger Homes and Tralon Homes features townhomes that are 2-3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. They are a great “affordable” option, but seemed to sit longer than most new development homes have.

Sonders by Bridgewater Homes

Located on the Northeast side of Fort Collins, this development is underway. Comprised of ranch style homes 3,200-5,100 total square feet. Close to the country club and the Montava development spoken above. This is a luxury type development that will offer some amazing homes on the Northwest side of town.

Hughes Stadium Land

The latest deal that just got passed through is Hughes Stadium Land. Although it is NOT a development, it was quite contentious and even voted on by the Fort Collins citizens to REMAIN open land. The owner (CSU), the city, and a land owner on the East side of town have until the END of 2022 to finalize a deal that would allow CSU to build affordable housing and Fort Collins to KEEP the land open. It would be pretty amazing for the community to have this land open that so many could enjoy.

Final thoughts

Those are the main developments that are going on here in Fort Collins. Some other new construction developments in the area are also Timnath Lakes, Kitchel Lakes, and other developments just to the east of I-25.

As far as big developments go, that’s pretty much it in Fort Collins. But you can also look for some new developments in Loveland, Windsor, and Timnath.

If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Soukup Real Estate Services! We’d be happy to help you find your dream home here in Northern Colorado.

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