Colorado Springs developers pitch 34-acre, 375-unit housing project in south Fort Collins

FORT COLLINS — Colorado Springs-based housing developer Goodwin Knight LLC submitted its latest round of filings to build a series of apartment buildings, duplexes and townhomes west of South College Avenue and East County Road 32.

Dubbed the Triangle Road Development in documents submitted to city planners, the project calls for five apartment buildings with 204 units split between one, two and three-bedroom units, and 115 units split in duplexes and paired homes. The development also plans to build eight three-plex townhomes and eight four-plexes.

The development also plans to build a pool and a neighborhood clubhouse, which could hold a co-working space, gym or coffee shop. All of the buildings have a maximum height of three stories.

Goodwin Knight also proposed building a 90-unit apartment complex due east of Hazeleus Natural Area in September, and expects to get city approval to break ground in third quarter of 2020.

FORT COLLINS — Colorado Springs-based housing developer Goodwin Knight LLC submitted its latest round of filings to build a series of apartment buildings, duplexes and townhomes west of South College Avenue and East County Road 32.

Dubbed the Triangle Road Development in documents submitted to city planners, the project calls for five apartment buildings with 204 units split between one, two and three-bedroom units, and 115 units split in duplexes and paired homes. The development also plans to build eight three-plex townhomes and eight four-plexes.

The development also plans to build a pool and a neighborhood clubhouse, which could hold a co-working space, gym or coffee shop. All of the buildings have a maximum height of three stories.

Goodwin Knight also proposed building a 90-unit apartment complex due east of Hazeleus Natural Area in September, and expects to get city approval to break ground in third quarter of 2020.