The 11-story low income active adult apartments in downtown Fort Collins had a top-to-bottom renovation. DMA Plaza was ripped down to its studs as part of a $16 million renovation project paid for tax credits, the city, and the Colorado Division of Housing.
The 70,000 SF building saw upgrades to both the interior and exterior. Interior work included new ventilation, heating, plumbing, lighting, electrical, and fire suppression upgrades.
Additionally, two of the building’s 127 units were removed to expand the laundry room and fitness center and to create a conference room.