Lincoln to build 300 apartments on Fort Worth Avenue

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Lincoln Property Co. released plans for its apartment complex on Fort Worth Avenue at Colorado, fronting Stevens Park Golf Course.

The three-story Lincoln Kessler Park, on the site of the old Colorado Place apartments, will take 278,874 square feet of a 12.67-acre tract. It will have 299 luxury apartments with a pool, fitness center and high-end finishes such as quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances. The apartments will average 933 square feet each. About 100 of the units will have direct-access garages.

Many of the units will face the golf course. Lincoln also is planning a retail development that will face Fort Worth Avenue and Colorado.

“The community will attract lifestyle renters who can afford to purchase a house, but prefer to rent,” says a statement from Lincoln.

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By |2016-10-26T09:54:34-05:00October 26th, 2016|Development, News|5 Comments

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  1. […] The property is directly across the street from the bygone Colorado Place Apartments, where Lincoln Property Co. is planning 300 new apartments. […]

  2. lakewoodhobo December 6, 2016 at 3:17 PM

    Unless that space is divided up, I don’t see what model fits into 32k square feet except maybe a gym. For example:

    -The average Trader Joe’s is about 15,000 square feet
    -The average grocery store is about 45,000 sq ft
    -Target stores average 135,000 square feet and Super Targets are about 175,000 square feet

  3. Nicholas Pippin December 6, 2016 at 3:05 PM

    there is a permit currently to construct 4 large retail spaces, the largest one being 32,000-sq.ft. and i am keeping my fingers crossed for a Super Target! seeing how they like to be next to Home Depot i would think it would be a good bet.

  4. […] projects center on Lincoln Property Cos. planned redevelopment of the 12-acre site of the old Colorado Place […]

  5. lakewoodhobo October 26, 2016 at 12:01 PM

    Those apartments are about as boring as can be, but I really don’t care about that. I hope that the retail portion is starting immediately after the apartments and isn’t some “future” phase. If the drawings are accurate, you can see a large parking lot that would only be required by a grocery tenant, so fingers crossed that this is something more than fast-food restaurants.

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