Loveland Council Says Yes To More Money To Finish The Foundry

Loveland Council Says Yes To More Money To Finish The Foundry

The Loveland City Council voted Tuesday in favor of spending about $628,000 more in order to complete the downtown Foundry project. But, contrary to the report prepared for council by city staff, the project's developer told council the additional costs are not as much due to increasing costs of construction as they are about a widening scope of the project. … Read More

Rising Construction Costs Call For More Money To Finish The Foundry In Loveland

Rising Construction Costs Call For More Money To Finish The Foundry In Loveland

The downtown Foundry redevelopment project is in need of more money due to rising costs of labor and construction, so the city of Loveland and its partner on The Foundry project, Brinkman, have crafted a plan to cover the new costs and ensure the project is completed. The plan calls for Brinkman Development paying $679,869 more, the Brinkman Metro District … Read More

Crow Hop Brewing Is On The Move

Crow Hop Brewing Is On The Move

The owners of Crow Hop Brewing, who moved their taproom to Fourth Street to get more exposure, soaked in that extra attention last week during three soft-opening events. The craft brewery opened in the fall of 2013 at 217 E. Third St. but has been suffering in relative obscurity there, especially after construction for The Foundry redevelopment project across the … Read More