NoCo Newsletter | April 5, 2024

NAI Affinity
April 5, 2024

NoCo Newsletter | April 5, 2024

Discover our newest listings, recent happenings in the NoCo CRE community & other industry news. This edition brings news of housing legislation, Fort Collins land use, Fed announcements, and more.


  • Ladera Project Wins Big in Timnath Election, Incumbent Town Council Member Loses Seat
    • "Timnath voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly rejected a measure that would have restricted annexation of land containing active mining permits, voted off an incumbent Timnath Town Council member, and elected a new mayor and two new council members." (Coloradoan)
  • Bill That Would Outlaw Roommate Rules Like Fort Collins' U+2 Awaits Governor's Signature
    • "The sponsors of the bill say it is meant to increase more affordable housing options and encourage denser living. The bill targets local ordinances that bill sponsors say are arbitrary and discriminatory." (Coloradoan)
  • Planning Commission Recommends Changes to Fort Collins' Revised Land Use Code
    • "Fort Collins' Planning and Zoning Commission wants City Council to restore three controversial pieces of the proposed land use code it eliminated to help satisfy critics.... commissioners unanimously recommended allowing some accessory dwelling units, such as in-law apartments, in the urban estate and residential/low density zones. They also recommended reducing the minimum lot size for ADUs in the neighborhood conservation, medium density district (NCM) zone from 10,000 square feet to 9,500 square feet. They left six other recommendations alone, choosing to 'pick our battles,' " but that said, "The ADU discussion may be out of the city's control if a bill going through the Colorado legislature passes. House Bill 24-1152 would require more densely populated areas, like Fort Collins, to allow, subject to an administrative review, one accessory dwelling unit to a single-unit detached dwelling. The bill also prohibits those jurisdictions from enacting or enforcing laws that would restrict them further." (Coloradoan)
  • Ravina Rising on Windsor’s South Side
    • "The first home in Journey Homes’ new Ravina subdivision is expected to be completed Friday. The development on the southeast corner of Crossroads Boulevard and Weld County Road 17 will contain 229 single-family residential units." (BizWest)




NAI Affinity is pleased to present this infill commercial land development site. The site offers a highly desirable location, as it is situated on a hard corner, providing excellent visibility along Broadway. Its close proximity to Downtown Denver ensures convenient access to the city's vibrant cultural scene, shopping, and employment opportunities. In addition to its prime location, the site benefits from being surrounded by numerous amenities, several new multi-family projects in the immediate area, and is approximately a 10 minute drive to Downtown Denver, Empower Field, Ball Arena, Colorado Convention Center, Union Station and countless restaurants, attractions and amenities. Future building could include a patio, rooftop area with approximately 7 dedicated parking spaces on the Property. The zoning allows for the construction of up to 3 stories high. This provides flexibility for developers to create multi-level structures that can accommodate a variety of uses, such restaurant, retail, office or mixed-use. Seller financing available. Click here to learn more about this opportunity.

image - NoCo Newsletter | April 5, 2024 - NAI Affinity

See previous newsletters here.

👍🏽 Like this content? See more of it.

➡️ Get it in your inbox. Sign up for our newsletter list.

➡️ Follow us on social: LinkedIn | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Focus. Expertise. Professionalism.

Get in Touch
© 2024 Affinity Real Estate Partners, Inc. and Affinity Partners, LLC. All rights reserved.
linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram