Colorado Coffee Co. Branches Out with Plans for Downtown Restaurant

Colorado Coffee Co. Branches Out with Plans for Downtown Restaurant

Stacy Kliner, owner of Loveland’s Colorado Coffee Co., says opening a new restaurant in The Foundry downtown is a dream come true. “We started small with our one tiny espresso machine, and I traveled all over the state, and now it’s this thing that’s bigger than I ever imagined when I started seven years ago,” she said. Kliner announced last … Read More

Loveland's Mo'Betta Gumbo Moving Off of 4th Into The Foundry

Loveland's Mo'Betta Gumbo Moving Off of 4th Into The Foundry

If you were wondering what businesses are going to be in Loveland's The Foundry, you have at least one answer: Mo' Betta. The Reporter-Herald broke the story late August 13, 2019, that The Foundry has signed on its first business for the ground-level commercial spaces. Chef Clay has signed a 10-year lease and will be moving his famed Mo' Betta … Read More

‘My Favorite Things’ Mural Highlights Heart Of Loveland

‘My Favorite Things’ Mural Highlights Heart Of Loveland

A new development in Loveland boasts space for families and friends to come together downtown. Now, the city hopes a colorful mural will demonstrate that Loveland has a whole lot of heart. “A lot of people look at this and they’re like what is going on with the blue tape?” said DAAS, an international muralist. “I am laying out my … Read More

Loveland Holding Its Own in Competition for Hotel Guests

Loveland Holding Its Own in Competition for Hotel Guests

Loveland’s lodging tax revenue has stayed essentially flat the past two months, but the head of visitor services for the city says she’s happy with how Loveland’s hotels are handling a surge of competition. “In the last six months, we’ve had 400 hotel rooms enter the market, and half of those have been in Johnstown and Windsor,” said Cindy Mackin, … Read More

Loveland Celebrates The Foundry Downtown

Loveland Celebrates The Foundry Downtown

Loveland celebrated its landmark downtown revitalization achievement Wednesday evening with music, dancing, food, beer and congratulations all around. At the grand opening celebration in the plaza of The Foundry, representatives of the developer, the city and others spoke about what it took to create the redevelopment of two blocks in the core of the city. Kevin Brinkman, co-founder of Fort … Read More

Developer: The Foundry Will Bring People To Downtown Loveland Every Day

Developer: The Foundry Will Bring People To Downtown Loveland Every Day

The change that The Foundry redevelopment project is bringing to downtown Loveland is about to become fully apparent, the developer says. Beyond just the visual impact that a hotel, two five-story apartment/retail buildings, a 460-space parking garage and a movie theater bring to the area south of Fourth Street, The Foundry's big change will be about people. Lots of people. … Read More

Four Of The Foundry's Six Elements Will Be Complete By Jan. 1

Four Of The Foundry's Six Elements Will Be Complete By Jan. 1

Now that central portion of The Foundry project in downtown Loveland is nearing completion, retail and restaurant businesses are lining up for an opportunity to lease the commercial spaces, according to the developer. Jay Hardy, president of Brinkman, which is redeveloping the two and a half blocks south of Fourth Street, said commercial leasing of the ground-floor space in the … Read More

Loveland Shortlists Artists For Colorful Foundry Parking Garage Installation

Loveland Shortlists Artists For Colorful Foundry Parking Garage Installation

The city of Loveland Visual Arts Commission has developed a shortlist of 10 artists it is considering to design and build an art installation for the side of the new downtown public parking garage. The list, announced to commission members Tuesday, includes artists with work displayed in such cities as Taiwan, New York, Shanghai and Paris. The city issued a … Read More

Downtown Revitalization Occurring Across Northern Colorado

Downtown Revitalization Occurring Across Northern Colorado

As you may have heard recently, population growth in Northern Colorado continues to be downright robust. (Shocking!) However, an interesting aspect of the growth is the character of a few investments in historic downtowns throughout our region. For instance, in order to clarify community identity and improve citizen quality of life, some towns are making strategic investments in the “fine … Read More