Monday, February 16, 2015

Turkey Plant Re-Development [Pics]

by Osman Parvez
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Demolition at the former Butterball/ConAgra plant in downtown Longmont continues.  As discussed previously, this 27.5 acre development is a massive indicator that Longmont is set for significant and rapid change. 

The mixed use development will feature 250-300 residential units, commercial, and industrial spaces.    Wibby brewing space for an 8,300 SF brewery next door which will include a substantial taproom and outdoor patio.    Plans are not yet final but the litigation cloud that slowed the process has been lifted. 

Here's a few pics from our photo set.   Here's our development map.






Other indicators of growth for Longmont include Whole Foods, Lucky's, municipal utilities including fiber, and rapidly rising home prices in certain neighborhoods.    For now, Longmont remains an affordable alternative to Boulder. 


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