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Loveland council says yes to more money to finish The Foundry

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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 […]

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Why Brinkman Chose the Building Energy Scoring Program

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We became involved in the Building Energy Scoring (BES) some time ago. I attended a Fort Collins Utilities workshop where Kirk Longstein did a presentation. Kirk walked us through all the ways property owners and property managers can learn about a building and understand how to improve overall water, gas and electric usages. We brought […]

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Patina Flats at The Foundry in Loveland

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A unique public-private partnership between the City of Loveland and Fort-Collins-based developer Brinkman is working to revitalize the Loveland’s downtown corridor with an interesting mixed-use redevelopment project, The Foundry. Located from 1st to 3rd Streets between Cleveland and Lincoln Avenues in Loveland, The Foundry will combine projects throughout two-and-a-half city blocks to deliver multi-family, parking, […]

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Exchanging the Ordinary Development

Fried chicken served out of a waffle cone and ice cream served out of a 30-foot-tall churn bucket are just a taste of the unique experiences coming to The Exchange in Fort Collins this fall. This redevelopment will extend Fort Collins’ downtown corridor a block farther north and exchange an underutilized space with something truly […]

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