spring creek at prairie village

architecture, art, community engagement, environmental graphics, graphics, interiors, logos, multifamily & mixed use, sustainable, urban planning

READ THE BLOGS : 
lines, and tax credits, and bears! oh my! — 28 October 2014
the babies are booming! — 18 May 2015
what’s in a name? — 8 June 2016
my grama and your grama — 18 July 2016
grand opening — 8 October 2016
28 February 2017

ARCHITECTURE

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ACTIVE STAIR AND COLORADO FLOOD MEMORIAL

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BRANDING & SIGNAGE

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FURNITURE, ART, WAYFINDING

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RESIDENT UNITS

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RENDERINGS

Spring Creek NE Entrance_1000 wide

Spring Creek SW Entrance_1000 wide

detail of commissioned art piece for interior

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design team
Architect | Joseph Vigil
Creative Director | Brandy LeMae
Project & Production Manager | Emily Axtman
Production Support | Ivan Patino
Interior Designers | Kate Van Sluyter and Chelsea Semelka
Graphic Designers | Graham Bowman and Melissa McGinley

Developer | Longmont Housing Development Corporation
General Contractor | Deneuve Construction
Landscape Architect | Lime Green Design
Civil Engineer | Brown Civil Engineering
Structural Engineer | LT Engineering
Mechanical Engineer | Gehring & Associates

Photographer | Ryan Lawrence

details
52 1-bedroom units, 8 2-bedroom units
Dedicated to senior residents below 50% AMI

The building program includes reading and crafts/computer spaces, communal outdoor grilling and seating areas, and creative spaces to encourage healthy lifestyles including an active stair, outdoor parkour station, exercise/yoga rooms and green space with a pavilion. Core communal spaces pin the southwest corner of the site with two linear housing wings extending north and east, creating an urban edge along the adjacent streets and views that stretch out to the Rocky Mountains. The L-shape of the building hugs a communal green space and screens the parking lot. All units will be visitable with 4 fully-accessible ADA units; 56 units will be constructed as convertible ADA units. 

funding
CHFA
sustainable features

Efficiencies such as passive solar design, durable and sustainable materials, innovative storm-water management techniques and native landscaping have been designed. Budgetary considerations have led the team to employ the most impactful sustainable features. 

size
building size: 58,000 SF; site size 2 acres
location
Longmont CO
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