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Blue Dot Place, the first multi-unit residential building constructed in downtown Colorado Springs since 1960, includes 33 one- and two-bedroom apartments above retail space that houses a local coffee shop and entrepreneurial center.
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- Developers: Darsey Nicklasson, DHN Development; Katherine Loo, High Valley Group
- Design: HB&A (architect)
- Building Size: 33 residential units, 13,077 square feet (1,215 sq m); 2,505 square feet (233 sq m) of commercial space
- Project Cost: $6.5 million
- Equity Partners: Central Bancorp; Katherine Loo,
- High Valley Group
- Bike Amenities: Bike parking, bicycle workroom,
and bike washing station
- Nearby Bicycle Infrastructure: Adjacent to a growing network of bike lanes (including first protected
bike lane in Colorado Springs), recreational trails
- Health Features: Walkable/bike-friendly location, focus on community social interaction
- Source: Building Healthy Places Initiative (BHP), uli.org/health