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The Spoke on Coffman Apartments


Project Features 

Affordable Housing, Mixed-Use, Multi-Family Housing, Publicly Funded, Enterprise Green Communities, Sustainable, Wood Framed, LIHTC, Parking Structure, Ground Up


Boulder County Dept. of Housing & Human Services

Project Description 

The Coffman Street affordable housing project provides affordable housing as part of a vibrant, mixed-use building that includes parking for Boulder County employees and commercial/office space located at 518 Coffman St in Longmont, includes 73 units of permanently affordable housing, +/- 10,000 sq. ft. of office space, and a parking garage.

The project is located on a Boulder County-owned lot that was formerly used as a surface parking lot for Boulder County employees working at the newly completed St. Vrain Community Hub.

The site is located prominently in Longmont and has many challenges including extremely limited laydown space and high foot traffic. Pinkard’s team has taken extra precautions to protect passers-by and minimize traffic and keep good relationships with neighbors.

Because of separate funding sources, Pinkard worked with BCHA to split scopes and billing in order to streamline BCHA’s project management.

Tree Pattern by Confluence Design


RNN Architects


68,196 Sq. Ft.

72 Units


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