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Construction Completes on Active Adult Community Traditions at Lafayette

11/2/2021

The 55+ active adult apartment project, Traditions at Lafayette, was recently completed in the ever-expanding town of Lafayette, Colorado. This marks the fifth project Brinkman Construction has constructed for the developer, Inland Group, based out of Spokane, Washington.

Traditions at Lafayette was negotiated and contracted in the height of 2020 and was faced with an array of challenges such as the COVID-19 pandemic, a national insulation shortage, significant material delays and constant manpower shortages. Despite these obstacles, the project was delivered before the original, anticipated completion date.

This new 127,000 SF affordable apartment community has four stories that feature one- and two-bedroom units with a modern design and spacious floorplans. No floor plan is a-like, which allows for the uniqueness of everyone. Each apartment is equipped with black appliances, wood-inspired flooring and cabinetry, patio or decklettes, fully fitted kitchens and washer and dryers.

The ideal location, right off Highway 287 and Northwest Parkway, also offers its tenants a variety of shopping, dining and area amenities. The internal community amenities include a common area with a movie theater, library, card room and family dining, in addition to two carports.

Traditions at Lafayette’s vision is to provide their residents with a simple lifestyle while enhancing the community experience around them.

Brinkman Construction was the project’s general contractor, and The Architects Office was the design team.

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