Pinkard Construction, a multi-family general contractor operating in Colorado for over 60 years, recently won the contract to work on Longmont Housing Authority (LHA)'s Village Place Apartments in collaboration with Rosemann & Associates.
The project involves rehabilitating Village Place, a senior apartment building comprising 72 units. The building is approximately 69,000 sq ft and is located in historic downtown Longmont at 600 Coffman St. The rental housing development is currently occupied and serves income-qualified families whose incomes are below 60% of the Area Median Income (AMI).
"Affordable housing is crucial for the well-being of our community in Longmont, and we are thrilled to partner with Pinkard Construction to revitalize Village Place Apartments," said Katie Pung, Housing Development Project Manager with the City and Longmont Housing Authority "LHA plans to submit a 4% non-competitive LIHTC application to CHFA, and we will rely heavily on Pinkard's expertise for those submittals, making this project possible."
The scope of work planned involves exterior building, interior common and in-unit rehabilitation, landscaping improvements, and site work. Pinkard and Rosemann & Associates will help LHA evaluate and prioritize the scope of work while making any necessary adjustments to the plan.
"We are committed to utilizing our expertise in occupied renovations to complete the Village Place project with minimal disruptions to the residents. Affordable housing is critical to the well-being of Colorado communities, and we are proud to be a part of this effort to provide safe and affordable homes for those who need it most," said Tony Burke, President of Pinkard Construction.
To date, Pinkard has completed over 95 senior living housing projects, more than 80 affordable housing projects, and almost 200 multi-family projects, totaling $2.5 Billion worth of construction.