Windsor City Council amends Great Western service plan, approves Overland 368 development – ​​Loveland Reporter-Herald

Windsor City Council this week amended the service plan for several metropolitan districts in the Great Western to allow for residential and mixed-use development, as well as approval of the service plan and PUD for Overland 368, a new residential development .

The Great Western Metropolitan Districts, formed in 2007, have since seen much development in Great Western Industrial Park along Eastman Park Drive, which has landed tenants such as Vestas, Hexcel, Owens-Illinois and Halliburton.

The amended service plan will allow for residential and mixed-use development in Great Western’s Districts Four and Five. It will raise a maximum of $175 million in debt and will include 2,000 residential units and approximately 5.79 million square feet of commercial space. Housing will include approximately 1,154 single family homes, 660 apartments and 186 townhouses.

Overland 368, which will be located between Weld County Road 257 and the Great Western Railroad, is expected to include 691 single-family homes on 172 acres. The site will also include 50 acres of open space and 15 acres set aside for a school. His service plan calls for a maximum of $37 million in debt.

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