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Proposed changes include a 1,000-square-foot addition to the showroom, façade alternations and converting the frontage road in front of the dealership as a car display lot.
Dellenbach Chevrolet Inc., doing business as Dellenbach Motors, wants to close the frontage road that runs parallel to S. College Avenue and use the space for additional vehicle display, and possibly pedestrian and bicycle facilities, according to a concept-review plan filed with the city of Fort Collins’ planning department this week.
Documents said the owner proposes a one-story building addition to the south side of the existing two-story showroom and exterior improvements to the remainder of the existing building.
The existing building was substantially remodeled in 2000. The proposed new addition would increase the building size size to approximately 11,400 square feet.
The frontage road between Swallow Road and Foothills Parkway provides access to Dellenbach-owned properties only. An existing entry point to Dellenbach Subaru is available on the north end of the property from Swallow Road and would become the primary entrance to the dealership in the plan is approved.