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UW Plaza Lofts Being Marketed Now
August 17, 2009 — Construction of 16 two-bedroom lofts at the University of Wyoming Plaza is one step closer to fruition, says Douglas H. Vinzant, vice president for administration at UW.
All steps required to market the Bunkhouse Lofts are now completed with the developer, Grand Avenue Land Partners, LLC, Vinzant says. The lofts will be built on the plaza just east of the UW campus at 22nd and Grand Avenue in Laramie.
"Plans for these Bunkhouse Lofts have been in the works since the UW Plaza was first conceptualized more than 10 years ago," says Fred L. Croci, a managing partner with Grand Avenue. "These unique residential units, given their proximity to the UW athletic fields, and the campus in general, will provide a place of respite for folks coming into Laramie to enjoy Cowboy athletics, as well as other campus related activities. They were designed for socializing and feature large roof-top patios on top of the garages near the stadium. Interest in obtaining these units has always been high, especially from Cowboy Joe Club supporters."
Each unit offers 1,200 square feet of upscale living space. Extras include granite counter tops, fire places, hardwood floors, jetted tubs, wet bars, full appliance package including stacked washer and dryer, wood cabinets, high volume and/or vaulted ceilings with skylights and covered roof-top patios with an elevator at each building for easy access.
"At each closing of a Bunkhouse Loft unit, a $10,000 donation will be made to Cowboy Joe Club, for a total of $160,000 once the project is completed," says Josh Rebholz, Cowboy Joe Club director.
Grand Avenue representatives are touring the state talking with many Cowboy Joe Club members and providing a power-point presentation that including architectural drawings, interior images, sample materials and other features of the Bunkhouse Lofts. To schedule a presentation, call Croci or Kelci Hayward at Commercial Broker's Alliance - Fort Collins, LLC at 1-866-737-6777.
Posted on Monday, August 17, 2009