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Living Downtown

Downtown Longmont is a welcoming blend of modern living and historic charm. In the 19th century, Longmont was the brainchild of original thinkers. Today it continues to offer traditional community appeal, seasoned with a fresh and vibrant downtown environment.

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In 2017, the Board of the LDDA established a Resident Advisory Group to foster collaboration between the LDDA Board and Downtown Residents. 


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South Main Station
1st Ave. and Main St.

Conveniently located on Main Street in Longmont and close to Boulder and the Rocky Mountains, the new mid-rise apartments of South Main Station let you experience Colorado to the fullest.

Roosevelt Park Apartments
636 Coffman Street, Longmont, CO
855-854-8047

A Downtown residential community on the corner of Longs Peak Ave. and Main St. features modern studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments. 

The Village PlaceVillage Place at Longmont
600 Coffman Street, Longmont, CO
303-678-5416

Downtown's most visible affordable housing property at 6th Ave. and Main St. offers 72 apartments for seniors 62 years of age and older and disabled. 


The Cannery Apartments
15 3rd Avenue, Longmont, CO

This historic garden multifamily community, located on 3rd Ave. and Martin St. in the Downtown District, was previously a Cannery Warehouse before being converted to apartments in 1984.


Historic Eastside and Westside Neighborhoods

Longmont has two nationally registered downtown historic neighborhood districts: the Historic Eastside and Historic Westside. The Districts recognize their special character and interest and exemplify outstanding elements of Longmont's heritage since its founding in 1871 by the Chicago-Colorado Colony. You'll find wide streets, large lots, mature trees, and a variety of architectural character including bungalows, cottages and Victoria-style buildings. The neighborhoods have a small town feel, emphasized by their proximity to historic Main Street shops and services.

Additional community and neighborhood information for the entire Longmont area is available on the City of Longmont’s website.