Housing Catalyst and the Downtown Development Authority celebrate breaking ground on Oak 140
While the ceremony was small in keeping with pandemic protocols, representatives from Housing Catalyst, the DDA, and the City of Fort Collins donned hard hats to officially break ground on the project.
“Oak 140 will bring much needed and desired affordable housing to the downtown workforce,” said Kristin Fritz, Chief Real Estate Officer for Housing Catalyst. “This building will be a beautiful, sustainable fixture in Old Town for generations to come.”
Housing Catalyst and the Downtown Development Authority partnered closely to create a development that honors the vision to make Fort Collins a stronger, safer, and better community.
“Our collaboration with the Downtown Development Authority on the Oak 140 project exemplifies the benefits of the strong community partnerships Housing Catalyst has built over the years,” said Housing Catalyst Board of Commissioners Chairperson Cathy Mathis. “Both organizations are committed to making Fort Collins a stronger, safer, and healthier community, and both organizations recognize that affordable housing is a key component of that vision.”