Colorado Real Estate Journal
By Jill Jamieson-Nichols
Brinkman Partners and the city of Loveland are sculpting a new future for downtown Loveland.
A $75 million redevelopment called The Foundry will bring new apartments, retail space, a five-screen movie theater, community plaza, parking garage and a hotel or office space to a 2½-block area in the heart of downtown. The property stretches from East First Street to the Back Stage Alley (between East Third and Fourth streets) and is bordered to the east and west by North Cleveland Avenue and North Lincoln Avenue.
A half-dozen years in the making, the project, formerly known as the South Catalyst Project, will break ground by April and deliver in summer 2018.
Brinkman Chief Operating Officer Jay Hardy said The Foundry will take downtown Loveland “from a place that has small pockets of interesting locations to a place that really has a central heart and soul.”
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