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Artspace Feed & Grain

Part of the Artspace Loveland Arts Campus

130 W 3rd St Loveland, CO, 80537

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Artspace Feed & Grain


The Artspace Loveland Arts Campus is an inspiring example of urban transformation. What was once a neglected downtown city block is now a thriving hub of creative activity and community development. At the heart of this campus are two unique buildings: Artspace Feed & Grain and Artspace Loveland Lofts.


Artspace Feed & Grain, a historic mill, is currently being redeveloped into nine units of studio, one-, and two-bedroom artist housing within the Lis & Earl Sethre Residential Wing, and 5,000 sq. ft. of community space within the Teresa & Paul Mueller Studio Wing.


Artspace Feed & Grain


Artspace Loveland Lofts, completed in 2015, provides 30 units of affordable live/work space for artists and creatives. These spaces are designed to foster a sense of community and collaboration, with shared workspaces and amenities that encourage residents to connect with one another.


Together, the Artspace Loveland Arts Campus is much more than just a collection of buildings. It's a vibrant community that's helping to revitalize downtown Loveland, Colorado. By bringing together affordable housing, community programs, and creative entrepreneurialism, the Artspace Loveland Arts Campus is a catalyst for downtown development. It's a place where art and creativity are celebrated, and where individuals and families can live and work in a supportive, inspiring environment.


Artspace Feed & Grain


The City of Loveland and other community partners are proud to be a part of this exciting project. They believe that the Artspace Loveland Arts Campus is a powerful force for good, bringing vibrancy and activity to the streets and helping to build a stronger, more connected community.





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Linda Aranow, ArtPlace Fund of Community Foundation of Northern Colorado, Boettcher Foundation, Colorado State Historic Fund, El Pomar Foundation, Erion Foundation, Gates Family Foundation, Hach Family Fund, Linda & Tom Lignon, Loveland Community Fund of Community Foundation of Northern Colorado, National Trust for Historic Preservation: Peter Grant Preservation Fund for Colorado, Teresa & Paul Mueller, NEA, Suzanne & Andy Peterson, Jan & Mel Schockner, and Earl & Lis Sethre 

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Nine live/work units including studios and one- and two-bedrooms

Community Space

5,000 sq. ft. 


60–120% AMI (area median income)

Development Type

Adaptive reuse as mixed-use arts space 

Estimated Project Cost