New residential neighborhood planned for east Longmont

LONGMONT — The owners of a roughly 53-acre property in Longmont just north of UCHealth Longs Peak Hospital are proposing to build a new residential neighborhood on the site.

The project, currently referred to as the Ludlow Subdivision, is making its way through the city’s development-review process.

Preliminary plans call for construction of 413 multi-family units made up of a mix of condos and townhouses and 42 single-family homes on a 39-acre parcel northwest of Ken Pratt Boulevard and Fox Hill Drive, documents submitted to city planners show. A 266-unit apartment community is proposed for a pair of adjacent parcels that total nearly 14 acres.

The property is owned by a group that includes Jean Cowles, Gregory Ludlow, S. Reid Ludlow, and Quarter Circle 11 LLLP, a company registered to an address in Longmont. City documents show that County Line Ventures LLC, a company registered to an address in Niwot, is the applicant for the development review.

“The proposed development will positively impact the surrounding property owners by providing needed housing for residents of Longmont,” according to a memo submitted to the city by engineering and project management firm Permontes Group Inc., which is representing the applicant in the planning process. “The location of this property is ideally situated next to the UCHealth employment center and Fox Hill Club.”

 

LONGMONT — The owners of a roughly 53-acre property in Longmont just north of UCHealth Longs Peak Hospital are proposing to build a new residential neighborhood on the site.

The project, currently referred to as the Ludlow Subdivision, is making its way through the city’s development-review process.

Preliminary plans call for construction of 413 multi-family units made up of a mix of condos and townhouses and 42 single-family homes on a 39-acre parcel northwest of Ken Pratt Boulevard and Fox Hill Drive, documents submitted to city planners show. A 266-unit apartment community is proposed for a pair of adjacent parcels that total nearly 14 acres.

The property is owned by a group that includes Jean Cowles, Gregory Ludlow, S. Reid Ludlow, and Quarter Circle 11 LLLP, a company registered to an address in Longmont. City documents show that County Line Ventures LLC, a company registered to an address in Niwot, is the applicant for the development review.

“The proposed development will positively impact the surrounding property owners by providing needed housing for residents of Longmont,” according to a memo submitted to the city by engineering and project management firm Permontes Group Inc., which is representing the applicant in the planning process. “The location of this property is ideally situated next to the UCHealth employment center and Fox Hill Club.”