Artspace Loveland Lofts

The Feed & Grain and Artspace Loveland Lofts

130 and 140 3rd Ave W Loveland, CO, 80537

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The Artspace Loveland Arts Campus has transformed 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. There are two buildings on the Artspace Loveland Arts Campus: the Artspace Loveland Lofts, completed in 2015, which currently provides 30 units of affordable live/work space. The Feed & Grain building, an iconic and historic mill, is being redeveloped into nine units of artist housing and 5,000 sq. ft. of creative commercial space.

Artspace, the City of Loveland, and other community partners believe this campus is a catalyst for downtown development, bringing vibrancy and activity to the street, and increasing the number of individuals and families living and working downtown.

Architect: B+Y Architects (Loveland Lofts), Ratio (Feed & Grain)

General Contractor: Spectrum (Feed & Grain)

Development Partner: Loveland Housing Authority

Project Funders to Date: Linda Aranow, ArtPlace Fund of Community Foundation of Northern Coloradoand, 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, Teresa & Paul Mueller, NEA, Suzanne & Andy Peterson, Jan & Mel Schockner, and Earl & Lis Sethre

est. 2015

Artspace Loveland Lofts Project Details:

Owner/Developer: Artspace

Type of Development: Live/Work Housing

Number of Units: 30

Total Square Footage: 38,000

Community Space: 1,200 sq. ft.

Estimated Project Cost: $9M


In Development (Expected Completion Fall 2023)
Feed & Grain Project Details:

Owner/Developer: Artspace

Type of Development: Adaptive reuse as mixed-use arts space

Number of Units: 9

Commercial Space: 5,000 sq. ft.

Estimated Project Cost: $12M