Forgotten Fort Collins
Browsing Category

Architecture & Neighborhoods

The Fort Collins Municipal Building at 300 Laporte Avenue.
Architecture & Neighborhoods

A New City Hall

By On April 29, 2017

This article has moved. You can now find it on the Northern Colorado History website at: https://www.northerncoloradohistory.com/new-city-hall/ A New City Hall… Read More

The FoCo Cafe is located in the old Continental Oil building on Maple Street in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Architecture & Neighborhoods

The Continental Oil Company Property – 225 Maple Street

By On April 20, 2017

This article has moved. You can now find it on the Northern Colorado History website at: https://www.northerncoloradohistory.com/continental-oil/ The Continental Oil Company Property – 225 Maple Street… Read More

Washington's music venue at 132 Laporte Avenue in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Architecture & Neighborhoods

The All New Washington’s

By On March 19, 2017

This article has moved. You can now find it on the Northern Colorado History website at: https://www.northerncoloradohistory.com/the-all-new-washingtons/ The All New Washington’s… Read More

Undated photo from the Fort Collins Preservation Department files.
Architecture & Neighborhoods

The Akin Building Becomes Washington’s Sports Bar & Grill

By On March 11, 2017

This article has moved. You can now find it on the Northern Colorado History website at: https://www.northerncoloradohistory.com/washingtons-sports-bar-grill/ The Akin Building Becomes Washington’s Sports Bar & Grill… Read More

The Myron H. Akin Building on Laporte Avenue. (Photo from from the City of Fort Collins Planning Department as found in a historical survey completed by Jason Marmor.)
Architecture & Neighborhoods

The Akin Building – 132 Laporte Ave.

By On February 28, 2017

This article has moved. You can now find it on the Northern Colorado History website at: https://www.northerncoloradohistory.com/akin-warehouse-beginning/ The Akin Building – 132 Laporte Ave.… Read More

The Pulliam Community Building in Loveland, Colorado.
Architecture & Neighborhoods

The Pulliam Community Building in Loveland

By On December 16, 2016

This article has moved. You can now find it on the Northern Colorado History website at: https://www.northerncoloradohistory.com/pulliam-community-building/ The Pulliam Community Building in Loveland… Read More

The Fort Collins Downtown Plan.
Architecture & Neighborhoods

Readers Digest Version of the Downtown Plan: Urban Design Edition

By On December 6, 2016

This article has moved. You can now find it on the Northern Colorado History website at: https://www.northerncoloradohistory.com/downtown-plan/ Readers Digest Version of the Downtown Plan: Urban Design Edition… Read More

406 Stover, Fort Collins, Colorado. One of the city's oldest remaining houses.
Architecture & Neighborhoods

Hearsay & Happenstance: The second oldest remaining house in Fort Collins

By On November 23, 2016

This article has moved. You can now find it on the Northern Colorado History website at: https://www.northerncoloradohistory.com/oldest-remaining-house-2/ Hearsay & Happenstance: The second oldest remaining house in Fort Collins… Read More

The Poudre Valley Creamery laboratory (AKA the Butterfly building).
Architecture & Neighborhoods

The Poudre Valley Creamery Laboratory has a New Sign

By On October 26, 2016

This article has moved. You can now find it on the Northern Colorado History website at: https://www.northerncoloradohistory.com/poudre-valley-creamery-laboratory-new-sign/ The Poudre Valley Creamery Laboratory has a New Sign… Read More

The Masonic Temple on Oak Street in Fort Collins, Colorado. (photo by Meg Dunn)
Architecture & Neighborhoods

A Tour of the Masonic Temple in Fort Collins

By On May 24, 2016

This article has moved. You can now find it on the Northern Colorado History website at: https://www.northerncoloradohistory.com/masonic-temple-fort-collins/ A Tour of the Masonic Temple in Fort Collins… Read More

1433 S Overland Trail 2015
Architecture & Neighborhoods

The Paul Maxwell Rock House

By On May 17, 2016

This article has moved. You can now find it on the Northern Colorado History website at: https://www.northerncoloradohistory.com/paul-maxwell-rock-house/ The Paul Maxwell Rock House… Read More