Discover our newest listings, recent happenings in the NoCo CRE community & other industry news. This edition brings news of an extended interest rate pause, the future of Fort Collins land use, voter approved Urban Renewal Projects, and more.
"Fort Collins City Council gives final OK to land use code allowing ADUs, increasing density. A revised land use code is set to go into effect in January after Fort Collins City Council gave it final approval Tuesday night." (Coloradoan)
"The city of Fort Collins will partner with Poudre School District and Poudre River Public Library District to bring an outdoor pool and library to land next to Fossil Ridge High School, a joint news release said. There's potential for adding indoor pool facilities that could serve school district and community needs in the future." (Coloradoan)
"Hoedown Hill, a 12-acre sledding, tubing, skiing and snowboarding area, will open this year adjacent to the Raindance National Resort and Golf property in Windsor. At 1,200 feet, "we think it's going to be the longest tubing hill in North America," said Martin Lind, president of the Water Valley Co., who is developing this site..." (Greeley Tribune).
"The state is committed to resolving the issue, Ulane said, especially because it already has spent $8.8 million on the project." (BizWest) David Ulane is the Director of CDOT’s Aeronautics Division.
"Both the Loveland and Fort Collins city councils on Tuesday night approved their cities’ 50% share of the airport’s 2024 operating and capital budget, at $12,494,493 each. The approvals came without discussion as part of the councils’ consent agendas." (BizWest)
“Households’ inflation-adjusted median net worth, or wealth, climbed 37% from 2019 to 2022, according to the Federal Reserve’s Survey of Consumer Finances released Wednesday. It was the largest increase since the once-every-three years survey began in 1989.”
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