FORT COLLINS, CO – Mission Rock Residential announced a new management contract in its home state of Colorado, this time for the Wyatt Apartments in Fort Collins. The company has received an agreement from Hamilton Zanze to manage the 368-apartment community.
This newly built community is located on the Colorado Front Range's main north-south corridor, I-25. The parish sits on 24 acres in southern Fort Collins near the neighborhoods of Timnath, Morningside, and Woodland Park. Convenient highway access means a 16-minute drive to the heart of downtown Fort Collins and Colorado State University.
"The Wyatt is an outstanding new rental community on the south end of Fort Collins, an area that is experiencing continued demand and growth," said Meredith Wright, president of Mission Rock Residential. "The robust package of amenities provides wellness-focused residents of Fort Collins with a luxurious feel. We look forward to bringing our first-class management practices to this world-class hotel."
One-, two-, and three-bedroom apartment buildings are available in the pet-friendly community. Other outstanding features of the Wyatt include large walk-in closets, pantries, stainless steel appliances, LED-lit bathroom mirrors, wooden floors, quartz countertops, and private patios or balconies. The property's smart home system, unique to the Fort Collins area, includes smart locks, smart thermostats, smart lights and a wireless water leak detection system in every home. Bicycle and ski repair room, parcel service, security bars, a state-of-the-art fitness center and charging stations for electric vehicles give the community a luxurious high-end ambience.
The Fort Collins subway area, just an hour north of Denver, is becoming a popular hub for residents of northern Colorado. The city is home to robust industrial, high tech, academic, and government sectors, with big brands like Anheuser-Busch and Otter calling the city home. As a Land Grant University, Colorado State University is one of the leading research universities in the country with a heavy emphasis on vector-borne infectious diseases, veterinary medicine, atmospheric sciences, clean energy technologies, and environmental sciences – all programs that are of growing interest among today's student population.