After delighting generations of Northern Coloradans with its wacky and whimsical sculptures, Timnath’s Swetsville Zoo property is under contract with plans to develop it into a mixed-use “live, work, play community,” according to Liz Newman, managing partner for the property’s prospective buyer, McCauley Development Group.

The sale of the 36-acre property is expected to be final in December, with its development likely taking years, Newman said.

Newman said the Windsor-based McCauley Development Group envisions developing the land east of Interstate 25’s Harmony Road exit into a mixed-use community with residential, commercial and entertainment offerings. It will also include a riverwalk and pedestrian bridge along the property’s section of the Poudre River. The development’s working name is the Timnath Gateway Project, according to Newman.

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