WINDSOR — Developers will break ground Thursday for the East Pointe Neighborhood Centre on 25 acres at the southeast corner of Colorado Highways 392 and 257 in Windsor.
East Pointe Windsor LLC, a group of local investors led by Chris Ruff, president of DRM Real Estate Advisors, is developing approximately 66-acres on the corner that includes about 40 acres for the Falcon Point Business Park.
The $25 million shopping center project includes the widening of 257 and the creation of a roundabout on 257 between Main and Walnut streets. The developers and the town of Windsor are splitting the $1.5 million cost for the road work.
Construction will begin on three buildings in the shopping center, and there is a pad site designated for a hotel, although it is not yet under contract. Tenants already signed up for the shopping center are a Kum and Go convenience store, Doug’s Day Diner and a Human Bean coffee shop.
The Falcon Point Business Park is partially complete. The park, when done, will have eight buildings consisting of 212,000 square feet of space. About 34,000 square feet of space already has been constructed and is occupied by Cutters Wireline, Kraft’s Kurbing, Crossfit Endure, Rocky Mountain Insulators and Visibility Signage Experts.
McCauley Constructors Inc. in Windsor is the general contractor for the East Pointe project, and Windsor-based GLH Construction will head the infrastructure construction work.