Loveland-Area Hotel Developers Remain Confident

Loveland-Area Hotel Developers Remain Confident

As developers announce plans to put up new hotels in east Loveland and Johnstown, along comes the news that Loveland has the highest lodging occupancy rate of any market in Colorado, seemingly confirming the decisions to build. The developers say they're aware of market cycles and aren't building blindly, but a Colorado-based hotel broker says the current upward cycle will … Read More

Downtown Loveland Leaders Encouraged To Keep Working

Downtown Loveland Leaders Encouraged To Keep Working

The former mayor of Pittsburgh, who presided over that city's revival 20 years ago, told Loveland leaders Wednesday that their downtown is on its way toward revitalization, but they can't rest on their laurels. "You need to keep working. It's not done yet," Tom Murphy told the crowd in Loveland's Rialto Theater during a Destination Downtown Loveland event. "If you're … Read More

Loveland Public Art Project For The Foundry Canceled Due To Rising Cost Of Metal

Loveland Public Art Project For The Foundry Canceled Due To Rising Cost Of Metal

A sculpture titled "Shimmering Hues to Solar Muse," scheduled to be placed on the side of Loveland's new parking garageat The Foundry, had to be canceled due to metal price increases brought on by import tariffs and commodity speculation, city manager Steve Adams told the Loveland City Council via memo Friday. The sculpture was to feature the sun with a human … Read More