The former Arcadia Hotel in Loveland has been entirely renovated after being spared from full demolition. Owners Howard and Diana Perko of Masonville saved the historic landmark structure, built in 1884 as the original opera house of Loveland, when they purchased the building in 2014. The building was in total disrepair, but Howard, the Director of Engineering for Magnum Piering Engineering in Fort Collins, saw promise in the location and opted to engage GCH Construction and G. Orr Construction to fully renovate the corner building at Fourth and Cleveland. Now fully finished, the building features four businesses on the lower level (The Gold Star Group Real Estate, Lady Luxe Salon & Spa, The Condiment Queen, and Splurge Antiques), as well as offices, a kitchen, restrooms, and two, one-bedroom and two, two-bedroom apartments on the second floor. The building is located at 140 E. Fourth Street in Loveland, CO.
Andy Weiss, the former owner of MRKT Skateshop, wants to give back to the community. He founded a non-profit organization designed to do just that, called Launch: Community Through Skateboarding. Launch uses skateboarding to promote […]
This is one of the coolest events I have ever been to. Where else can you hear an 11 year-old talk about the history of Tesla or listen to poems by Sand Crab Sam while […]
The Atmosphere Conservancy launched the FortZED Community Energy Challenge at last year’s Sustainable Living Fair. Now, they will present ZEDfest – a day of gatherings to celebrate our community’s commitment to energy conservation – on […]