Fall Real Estate Conference 2013 - Power

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Fall Real Estate Conference 2013 - Power

  1. 1. Breaking Ground: Longmont
  2. 2. Breaking Ground: Longmont Economic Development Department •Development Services •Planning •Redevelopment •Business Assistance •Municipal Airport
  3. 3. Breaking Ground: Longmont Longmont’s Development History •Pre-1980’s: Radiating Out From Historic Core •Late 1980’s to 2008: NE and SW Expansion •2008 to 2011: Now and Future: •New/Greenfield Development AND Focusing on Redevelopment (Including PPP’s)
  4. 4. Breaking Ground: Longmont Current Projects •Twin Peaks Mall Redevelopment •Downtown Commercial/Residential •Retail Renovation •New Single/Multi-Family Residential •Vance Brand Airport •2013 Flood Recovery •Municipal Broadband
  5. 5. Breaking Ground: Longmont Twin Peaks Mall Redevelopment •Village at the Peaks •Sam’s Club/Whole Foods/Regal Cinemas •Public/Private Partnership •Construction: 2014 •Opening: 2015
  6. 6. Breaking Ground: Longmont Downtown Longmont •Bakeries, Cheese and Beers! …And a New Place to Live
  7. 7. Breaking Ground: Longmont Retail Renovation •Parkway Promenade
  8. 8. Breaking Ground: Longmont New Single and Multi-Family Residential •SF Development in NE/SW Longmont •Mill Village (220 Multi-Family Units)
  9. 9. Breaking Ground: Longmont Vance Brand Airport •New Fixed-Base Operator •New Terminal Building Planned •Future Runway Extension Study •Economic Development Impact
  10. 10. Breaking Ground: Longmont Flood Recovery •Infrastructure Reconstruction •Capital Improvement Program Focus •Interdepartmental Effort •Building Permit Fee Waivers •Business Recovery Grant
  11. 11. Breaking Ground: Longmont Municipal Broadband •High Speed Connectivity to Compete on Global Scale •Comparable Speed Not Currently Available •Lower Cost •New Tool in Our Economic Development “Tool Box” •Revenues Stay in the Community •Voters Authorized Up To $45M For Build-Out •Design/Construction 3Q 2014 •Build-Out Late 2016
  12. 12. Breaking Ground: Longmont Brad Power Director Economic Development Department City of Longmont 303-651-8481 brad.power@ci.longmont.co.us

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