Grand Junction condos opening in August 2019

Staff Writer

A four-story condominium complex, Grand Junction, on University Drive next to City Bagel will open next summer.

Tabor Construction and Development and Progressive Properties are the developers for the project. Tabor Vice President of Development Kay Regimbal said dirt work on the property has been done, and construction is set to start within 30 days. The
project will be complete in August of 2019.

Regimbal said the project will take place in three phases, with the first phase consisting of 22 condominiums, a fitness center for residents, parking and site work.

Grand Junction will feature 54 total luxury condos ranging in price from $217,000 to $435,000.

Regimbal said phase one, which will be the corner of the building near City Bagel, will also feature 2,776 square feet of commercial space with an outdoor patio area and on-site management that will allow owners to rent their condos weekly, monthly, eight-week or long-term stays.

“Phase One includes over 22,000 of net residential square footage,” Regimbal said. “The entire project nets roughly 55,000 residential square feet.”

Regimbal said parking will be located behind the building and won’t be visible from University Drive. She said City Bagel’s parking lot will be reworked so the two parking lots flow together.

The interior features of the condos include solid surface counters, stainless steel appliances, smart home technology, wood floors, custom showers
and back splashes, private balconies and lockable owner’s closets.

Some of the other amenities include furniture packages, a fitness center, cleaning services, on-site property management, patrolled parking and security and a first floor main lobby and owners lounge with seating, for entertaining and an ability to open to the outdoors.

Regimbal said the goal of Grand Junction is to allow owners to easily rent their condos to others and make second-home ownership more available to more people.

“On site management is to provide an easy way for second-home owners to rent their condo for both short and long term stays,” Regimbal said.