Richmark Companies Expands its Greeley Footprint

National real estate developer Richmark Companies just broke ground on its new Alpine Flats development in Greeley. Alpine Flats will offer amenity-rich apartment living geared toward young professionals. Brinkman Construction is the project’s general contractor, marking their third project together in the Northern Colorado market. alm2s, a Fort Collins-based architectural firm, designed the community.

Alpine Flats will feature studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom plans with luxury bathrooms, quartz countertops, wood plank flooring and 42” cabinets. The community boasts an outdoor swimming pool with cabanas, an outdoor grill area, a fitness studio, a clubhouse with a kitchen and covered parking.

Located in central Greeley, the 184,000-square-foot community is scheduled to offer its first available units in the fall of 2023 with final completion in the spring of 2024 — just in time for residents to enjoy all the community has to offer.

Richmark Companies is a family-owned corporation headquartered in Greeley that owns, develops and manages multifamily communities across Colorado, Arizona, Texas, and Utah. Their companies are comprised of real estate investments, property management, and mineral rights.

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  1. January 14, 2023 at 6:15 pm — Reply

    How come Dever is doing to much for the homeless people with shelters and housing when there is so many homeless people in Greeley and fort Collins and we’re not getting any help around here and the homeless people around here we’re getting treated like crap cause we’re on the streets we’re getting kicked out of places that were trying to bunk or put up tents then we’re back out looking for another place to go just be told to leave again the shelters here are a joke there called cold shelters but yet there telling us we must pack up and move out side and when were told to leave the building until check in but your out side for at least 2 hours in the cold waiting to get checked in again the shelters around here are not even being runner right. I just don’t understand why Denver is doing so much for the homeless then the areas around here. There is so many nursing homes other buildings here in Greeley that’s totally empty and there not doing anything to them when they could open them up for the homeless for housing. But then maybe the city doesn’t care about the homeless people around here what a shame…Cheyenne Wyoming the homeless people get treated so much better then Greeley the police and the EMTS and fire department at least they go out of there way and check up on the homeless to make sure there ok and safe. I just don’t under stand.

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