Local developer McWhinney has broken ground on the Clovis Point apartment community in Longmont. The first units are expected to be available next summer. Courtesy McWhinney.

McWhinney breaks ground on first Longmont apartment project

LONGMONT — Loveland-based development firm McWhinney has broken ground on the company’s first multi-family residential project in Longmont.

The Clovis Point community, located off the Diagonal Highway northeast of Niwot, will feature 208 apartments ranging in size from 560-square-foot studios to 1,252-square-foot three-bedroom units, according to a McWhinney news release.

The three-story, 220,000-square-foot development will be spread over 11 buildings and eight acres.

The first units are expected to be available summer of 2020.

“The architecture of Clovis Point is intended to evoke a comfortable Scandinavian mountain resort inspired feel. The innovative design and engaging amenities will serve as an extension to the great Colorado outdoors,” Kirsty Greer, McWhinney’s director of multifamily development, said in a prepared statement. “The vision is to provide future residents with a variety of housing options in a contemporary home with luxury finishes and a local community lifestyle that has yet to be offered in the Longmont area.”

LONGMONT — Loveland-based development firm McWhinney has broken ground on the company’s first multi-family residential project in Longmont.

The Clovis Point community, located off the Diagonal Highway northeast of Niwot, will feature 208 apartments ranging in size from 560-square-foot studios to 1,252-square-foot three-bedroom units, according to a McWhinney news release.

The three-story, 220,000-square-foot development will be spread over 11 buildings and eight acres.

The first units are expected to be available summer of 2020.

“The architecture of Clovis Point is intended to evoke a comfortable Scandinavian mountain resort inspired feel. The innovative design and engaging amenities will serve as an extension to the great Colorado outdoors,” Kirsty Greer, McWhinney’s director of multifamily development, said in a prepared statement. “The vision is to provide future residents with a variety of housing options in a contemporary home with luxury finishes and a local community lifestyle that has yet to be offered in the Longmont area.”