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Fort Collins Overview
Fort Collins is a thriving, growing region where open space, trails, and parks are considered essential services, not amenities. We're the regional hub for innovation, retail and educational opportunities; making Fort Collins a favorite place to live, work and play.

  • Shopping Center Redevelopment & Repositioning Sites
    The Mason/College Avenue Corridor is all about quality of life, economic development and improved transportation. It's home to various shopping centers, auto dealerships, offices, and freestanding retail buildings, with the Foothills Mall (GGP, owner) its major anchor. Nearly 60% of all Fort Collins jobs are located within one-mile of this corridor.

  • Mason Corridor and South College Avenue
    The Mason/College Avenue Corridor is all about quality of life, economic development and improved transportation. It's home to various shopping centers, auto dealerships, offices, and freestanding retail buildings, with the Foothills Mall (GGP, owner) its major anchor. Nearly 60% of all Fort Collins jobs are located within one-mile of this corridor.

  • North College Corridor
    The 500+ acre North College Corridor holds unique opportunities as the north gateway to Fort Collins. An urban renewal plan for the area spans nearly two miles from the historic downtown and Poudre River to the north. An active local business community is helping spur redevelopment.

  • Harmony Corridor
    The Harmony Corridor acts as the southern gateway to Fort Collins from Interstate 25, and provides the premier location for the fastest growing industries in the region. Close proximity to quality neighborhoods, golf courses, hiking trails, schools and cultural facilities, make the corridor the most attractive business center in northern Colorado.

  • I-25 Corridor
    The I-25 Corridor is a 10+ mile area stretching along the eastern edge of Fort Collins. It contains four full-movement interchanges, and more than 750 acres of :"greenfield" development opportunity.

Refill Fort Collins

The following documents provide more detail on key redevelopment areas in Fort Collins. The properties outlined in the documents are not owned by the City of Fort Collins. The City’s sole intent is to promote redevelopment by providing information, assistance and financial and infrastructure incentives in areas that have the greatest potential for new commercial and residential development. The information was obtained from public sources.

  • Potential Short and Long Term Redevelopment Sites
  • River District: Linden & Willow
  • Northwest Corner College & Mulberry
  • Southwest Corner College & Harmony
  • Northeast Corner College & Harmony
  • Southeast Corner College & Conifer

Contact: Josh Birks, Economic Advisor
970-221-6324

For public private partnership opportunities in the North College Urban Renewal Area, visit the Fort Collins Urban Renewal Authority's website: www.RenewFortCollins.com