PEAKVIEW TRAILS, is nearing the final quarter of construction. As masonry, drywall, priming, texturing and painting are completed, Project Manager Chip Madeley, PMP is on schedule and plans to complete the project in September. As progress continues, those watching have the elevators, exterior installation finishes, doors and cabinets, plumbing and electrical finishes to look forward to. With final construction and finishes on the horizon, cleaning, staging, and move ins are just around the corner. Hamilton Builders and Four Corners Development are excited to share the finished product soon.
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We are excited to announce the groundbreaking and commencement of construction on our newest affordable living senior development, Peakview Trails.
Peakview Trails is located on 60th Avenue in Greeley, Colorado. Its prime location offers its future residents peace of mind and ease of access to grocery stores, restaurants, parks, and medical care.
The development’s great location and onsite amenities will provide residents with a sense of community while enjoying an independent and active lifestyle. Amenities include walking trails, a putting green, internet café, fitness center, and a library, Peakview Trails is a single four-story building with a mix of 96 one- and two-bedroom units. Each apartment will feature in-unit laundry and energy efficient appliances.
Peakview Trails is made possible by the partnership of Four Corners Development, LLC as developer, Baron Designs & Associates as architect, and Hamilton Builders, LLC as the general contractor. The Housing Authority of the City of Greeley will manage the property as the Administrative Limited Partner.
Four Corners Development, LLC was awarded $987,140 in State Low Income Housing Tax Credits (disaster recovery) and $635,718 in 4% Federal Low Income Housing Tax Credits from Colorado Housing Finance Authority (CHFA) for a development in Greeley, Colorado. Four Corners Development was also awarded a $3,500,000 (CDBG) Disaster Recovery funds from the Colorado Division of Housing for this project. These funds are due to the flood-impacted area in Boulder, Larimer and Weld Counties.