Loveland has a rich arts history as the home of America’s largest outdoor sculpture show weekend. Held annually in August, these events — Sculpture in the Park, Loveland Sculpture Invitational, and the Arts & Crafts Festival—attract more than 50,000 visitors. Loveland is also home to two sculpture foundries and a host of ancillary sculpture molding and finishing operations. The City’s downtown cultural assets include the newly expanded Rialto Theater Center and the Loveland Museum/Gallery, as well as a number of creative businesses including dance studios, graphic design firms, a leading fiber arts magazine publisher, architects’ offices and numerous galleries and sculpture studios. In addition, ArtWorks Loveland provides 18 studios and career development programs for working artists across the street from the Artspace Loveland site.
The Artspace Loveland project will celebrate and build upon Loveland’s cultural heritage. The project will transform a prominent but neglected downtown city block into a community asset where the arts are a common thread weaving together affordable housing, community programs, and creative entrepreneurialism. Artspace, the City of Loveland, and other community partners believe that creating space for a community of artists will be a catalyst for continued downtown development, bring vibrancy and activity to the street, and increase the number of individuals and families living and working downtown.
City of Loveland
“It’s a remarkable space. Loveland has staked a lot of its identity on building the arts, and that plan is reflective of that.” — Stephanie Meeks, President and CEO, National Trust for Historic Preservation
An active and dedicated community of artists is already turning Artspace Loveland into a space where creativity is on display!
You can visit the happenings of Artspace Loveland Lofts residents online:
Artspace Loveland Lofts on Facebook at facebook.com/artspacelovelandTwitter and Instagram @lovelandlofts
Artspace Loveland, is a community arts campus project with two buildings; the historic Feed & Grain and the new Artspace Loveland Lofts live/work unit building.
The Artspace Loveland Lofts will feature 30 new affordable live/work units, and the historic Feed & Grain building will transform into a commercial arts hub.
Property amenities include:
12,000 sq. ft.
Artspace Loveland Lofts are now accepting applications. Detailed information is below. Sample unit plans and overall floor plans can be found on the Property Features tab.
Questions should be directed to Angie at the Loveland Housing Authority at 970-635-5926.
The Loveland Housing Authority are accepting applications. This is a first-come, first-reviewed process. Applications will be date- and time-stamped in the order they are received. The order the applications are received only creates the order in which the applications will be reviewed by the Loveland Housing Authority, and does not guarantee approval.Most important, applicants must income-qualify. Once applicants are deemed income-qualified, preference will be given in the following order:
You can obtain an application by:
Download an Application
Questions about the process? Call Angie at the Loveland Housing Authority at 970-635-5926.
Commercial Space and the Feed & Grain
If you are interested in leasing commercial space or a working (not residential) studio at the Feed & Grain, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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