The Coloradoan reported May 26, 2020 that Cottonwood Farms has resubmitted an application earlier this month for preliminary design review, the first step in the long process for city plan approval.
This project would bring between 1,077 and 1,679 units on undeveloped land that is currently being used for mining and gravel operations, on the 185 acres northeast of Ziegler and Horsetooth roads. That is several hundred more homes than the 886 to 1,533 units sought in the development’s earlier version, called Flatiron.
According to plans, the developer intends to build a mix of commercial and low- to medium-density housing that may include affordable and attainable housing, senior housing, office, business uses and neighborhood commercial, including retail, restaurants, day care and neighborhood support services.
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