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Foothills Mall Redevelopment

Foothills Mall Construction

Foothills Mall Multi-Family construction is underway!

The project is located on Lots 3, 4, 5 and 6 of the Foothills Mall Redevelopment Subdivision. The site has 11.93 acres and is bounded by Stanford Road on the east, the Foothills Mall on the west and the Thunderbird Estates Subdivision on the north. The project will consist of 18 buildings with a total of 404 units and 511 bedrooms. It is estimated that the project will take 24 months to complete and will be done in two phases. Phase one includes Lot 6 and Lot 4. Lot 6 will contain a clubhouse and one multi-family building. Lot 4 will contain five multi-family buildings and the swimming pool. Phase two will include Lots 3 and 5 which will contain the remainder of the multi-family buildings.

The current project schedule and related construction events are:

  • Earthwork - involves a lot of heavy equipment, machinery engine noise and beeping - Now through March, 2017
  • Concrete - involves pumps, equipment, several crews: August 2016 through August 2017
  • Wood Framing - involves machinery, cranes, compressors, nail guns and crews: September 2016 through March 2018
  • Interior/Exterior finishes - involves equipment and crews with most work occurring on the interior of building but outside noise is still expected: December 2016 through May 2018
  • Exterior Landscape/Site work - involves equipment and crews: August 2016 through June 2018 (warm months only)

This work schedule may change due to weather or other unforeseen conditions.

With construction comes lots of noise and we recognize that this can be very disruptive for neighborhood residents. The developer and contractor involved have both committed to adhering to the City noise ordinance by not commencing any construction work prior to 7 am and ending no later than 8 pm. If residents have concerns about the construction project, or would like additional information an email can be sent to Rm9vdGhpbGxzTUZjb25zdEBXZWl0ei5jb20=. This will go directly to the contractor involved and residents can expect to get a response back within 24 hours. Residents can also contact the City representative shown on this page for more information.

Neighborhood Meeting

A neighborhood meeting was held in May, 2016 to discuss the project. Here are links to the summary minutes, as well as the Site Plan that was shared at that Meeting.

Traffic was a big concern at the meeting. Here is some information that has been shared with residents to help.

1.) They City has a Neighborhood Traffic Mitigation Program. The goals of the program include:

  • To improve compliance to posted speed limits, stop signs, and other traffic control devices.
  • To improve neighborhood livability and promote safe and pleasant conditions for residents, motorists, bicyclists, and pedestrians by mitigating the impact of vehicular traffic on local and collector streets. Educate citizens about traffic safety problems occurring in neighborhoods.
  • To implement traffic calming techniques that will improve neighborhood livability without jeapordizing emergency response needs, creating hazards, or reducing mobility. Modify travel behavior through planning, design, respectful communications, and participation to accurately reflect the City's overall transportation policies and values.
  • To make efficient use of City resources by prioritizing NTMP projects.

If you want additional information regarding this program and the ways it might be able to help your neighborhood, please contact the Traffic Operations Department at 970-221-6630. They can also help you with questions regarding the possibility of installing additional traffic lights and other items.

2.) You can access a copy of the Traffic Study that was done as part of the development review process.

Here are all documents that were submitted as part of this process. You can find original applications, site plans, landscape plans, elevations, maps/graphics, and other pertinent documents.

Foothills Activity Center Now Open Inside Mall

The City of Fort Collins opened its newest recreation center – the Foothills Activity Center – on Monday, March 28 as part of the public investment made in the redeveloped Foothills mall.

The new facility is located inside the main mall, southeast of the Macy's entrance into the mall interior. Visitors may also access the center from the parking garage entrance at street level.

The $5.8 million center, which is just inside the mall across from the new parking garage, replaces the Youth Activity Center formerly located on Monroe Avenue. Child development, youth and adult sports, fitness and dance programs will be offered in the facility.

Recreation staff will offer the community a chance to explore the new facility without fees through Sunday, April 17.


Contact Us

Questions? Concerns? Contact us:

Emily Wilmsen
Public Relations Coordinator

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