Project Update


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Tower Building

The Tower Building wrap continues


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Masonry Work

The Masonry work is coming along very nicely!


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Stocking the building

Using lots of equipment to stock & unload from the building


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DDA Tour

The DDA touring the project


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Bathroom Tile

The tile in the restrooms is going on and look great


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Waterproofing

The courtyard waterproofing going down


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Connexion!

This is our microfiber duct rolls for City of Fort Collins Connexion Broadband


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WE HAVE POWER!

The building is now hooked up with City of Fort Collins Light & Power and energized


Upcoming Month

• Finish Rough Ins of Mechanical Systems in Plaza

• Finish Drywall in tower

• Begin Drywall in Plaza

• Break ground on Willow Plaza improvements

• Continue Siding & Exterior Skins

Past Month

• Dry in Plaza Building

• Begin Drywall in Tower

• Begin Rough in of Mechanical systems in Plaza Building

• Continue work on Willow/Linden Plaza

• Begin siding & exterior skins



In the News

The blooming River District

"The Fort Collins Linden Hotel is one of the most iconic and frequently photographed buildings in Old Town. Located at the intersection of Linden and Walnut across from Old Town Square, the former hotel is now best known as the home of Nature’s Own. Just as this building provides a visual anchor to Old Town Square, CONFLUENCE aims to create a captivating and attractive anchor (along with Ginger and Baker) for the River District at the corner of Linden and Willow. To help achieve this, CONFLUENCE will feature a continuous row of planter boxes above the cornice on the Plaza Building. “We were inspired by buildings in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland where colorful window and balcony planters bring buildings to life in the summer,” said Randy Shortridge of [au]workshop the architecture firm that designed CONFLUENCE. “We hope every summer will bring a new flower display along the building’s roof line that can also be a great spot for holiday lighting in the winter,” he added.”

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