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Movin’ on Up the Block

Posted March 10, 2021

We’re elated to announce that our team is moving to a new location in downtown Loveland, Colorado! We’ve spent the last 3 years a block away from our soon to be office, first at DeskChair co-working and currently in the Mercantile Building. These locations served us well, and we made a lot of memories (and websites!) there. We couldn’t be more thrilled to be on another historic corner of downtown.

Steeped in history, our new location has the bones of an old gas station that was originally constructed in 1936. Overlooking the intersection of 5th Street and Cleveland Avenue, a main thoroughfare for locals, the address has been home to quite a few different businesses dating back to around 1878. Including – but not limited to – a photography studio, plumbers and electricians, the post office, gas station, realty office, and most recently a salon and spa.

“We are extremely fortunate to operate a business that can transition to remote work easily. But if there’s one thing the pandemic has taught us, it’s the benefit and importance of time in the office together for collaboration and learning. Plus, I think we’re all looking forward to a little separation between work and home.” – Jackson Whelan, Principal

Renovations have begun at our new space and we are looking forward to moving in sometime before summer. When completed, it will boast a modern, open floor plan across 1,000 square feet with space for meetings, training, photography, and much more. We’re especially excited about the large outdoor space for meetings in the Colorado sun and fresh air.

We’ll share our progress along the way, give more insight into the motivating factors that inspired the move, and of course give you some more fun history of our truly historic little building. Trust us – you don’t want to miss the story of the mammoth potato hoax!

We are eternally grateful for everyone’s support through the years and with this move. Special thanks to our realtor Meagan Griesel, Karen Boyes at Bank of Colorado, Colorado Lending Source and the SBA for helping us put this deal together. We also want to give a shout out to our neighbors Infusion Architects who designed our current office and are helping design our new one. Risk Removal did a phenomenal job safely removing the asbestos. Poudre Construction, Total Impact HVAC, and Front Range Water Heater have been great to work with on the demolition, helping uncover the historic structure hidden under all that 1960’s wood paneling. One great aspect of this project is working with local businesses and investing in our community.

Expect an invitation to an open house happy hour sometime this summer when the dust has settled. Be on the lookout for your invite!

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