Brinkman starting over on Penny Flats construction
The Brinkman Partners project — at the northwest corner of Maple and Mason Streets in Fort Collins — was initially expected to be complete and ready for residents to move in beginning in April, but an October blaze demolished what progress had been made.
The expected completion time is now Sept. 1, according to Kevin Brinkman, principal at Brinkman Partners.
“We have no more issues, and we’re moving full steam ahead, trying to get back to business as usual,” Brinkman said.
Currently, crews are working on cleaning up the site and preparing it once more for construction.
The company has received a check for the damage, according to Brinkman, but he could not disclose the amount, or any details about the insurance proceedings.
Once complete, the four-story building will contain 30 units designed for those who want to live and work in Old Town. The units will include a balcony in each unit, brick, stone and metal work, and underground parking.
The underground parking structure was completed as part of the first phase of the project in 2009. Brinkman purchased the parcel from
More breaking news...
Multi-family projects pick up in Greeley
Fort Collins also happens to have been around a while (founded: 1864) and many of the buildings in town reflect this history, offering a
Home prices see big jump in Greeley
The numbers are still small, but they’re six