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Windsor Town Board amends Great Western service plan, approves Overland 368 development

The town board this week amended the service plan for several Great Western Metropolitan Districts to allow for residential and mixed-use development, as well as approving the service plan and PUD … → Read More

Evans City Council approves 700-unit residential development

The Evans City Council this week unanimously approved an annexation, rezone, service plan and intergovernmental agreement for a more than 700-unit residential development by Baessler Homes. → Read More

500-unit Habitat for Humanity project passes Greeley City Council

The Greeley City Council this week unanimously approved a rezone and PUD plan for Hope Springs, the biggest affordable housing project yet built by Greeley-Weld Habitat for Humanity. → Read More

Greeley City Council moves closer to transportation master plan

The city is making steady progress on a transportation master plan that officials hope will lay the groundwork for safe, comfortable travel that supports a strong economy and high quality of life. … → Read More

Greeley’s Bonell Community sells for $23.5M, to be renovated into apartments

Warm Springs Realty Holdings LLC, which closed on the acquisition April 29, plans to renovate the 16-acre, 16-building former senior living facility into a 295-unit workforce housing complex called… → Read More

Greeley City Council explores 16th Street redevelopment

Potential improvements include facade improvements for existing business, redevelopment of vacant buildings, new construction on underused parking lots, expansion of pedestrian infrastructure and m… → Read More

Buc-ee’s, Ledge Rock Center move forward in Johnstown

The council approved the site development plan for Buc-ee’s and the first two subdivision plats for Ledge Rock Center. → Read More

Johnstown approves sales-tax credit for Ledge Rock Center

The town council Monday night approved a 2% sales tax credit for the Ledge Rock Center, a proposed 237-acre master-planned community at the southeast corner of Interstate 25 and Colorado Highway 60… → Read More

Vestas sells land in Brighton for $9.38M

BRIGHTON — The American branch of Danish wind turbine maker Vestas Wind Systems A/S has offloaded a parcel of vacant land near its Brighton manufacturing facility. Through the entity Vestas Nacelle… → Read More

WeldWerks ceases construction on Colorado Springs taproom

GREELEY and COLORADO SPRINGS — WeldWerks Brewing Co. is permanently ceasing construction on its planned Colorado Springs taproom, the company announced Tuesday. WeldWerks co-founder Neil Fisher tol… → Read More

Greeley City Council approves special-district ordinance, sales-tax incentive

GREELEY — The Greeley City Council Tuesday night approved an ordinance to allow for the creation of special districts that would be able to impose mill levies to fund improvements within the distri… → Read More

Johnstown Town Council approves rezone for Ledge Rock Center – Greeley Tribune

JOHNSTOWN — The Johnstown Town Council unanimously approved a rezoning and outline development plan Monday night for Ledge Rock Center, a 237-acre master-planned community that would add 750,000 sq… → Read More

Economic forecast: Recovery continues, with 2022 slower than 2021

LOVELAND — Colorado’s economy is recovering well from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, but it still has a long way to go, and 2022 may be a slower year than 2021. That was the message from key… → Read More

Johnstown signs development agreement for Ledge Rock Center

JOHNSTOWN — The town and the developer behind Johnstown Plaza have signed a development agreement to move forward with Ledge Rock Center, a 237-acre project that would bring 750,000 square feet of … → Read More

Greeley Planning Commission approves new rehab hospital

GREELEY — The Greeley Planning Commission Tuesday approved a use by special review for a new 42-bed, 48,500-square-foot rehabilitation hospital on vacant land near the southeast corner of 71st Aven… → Read More

Greeley City Council introduces eminent domain authorization for Terry Ranch pipeline

GREELEY — The City Council on Tuesday introduced and conducted the first reading of an ordinance that would authorize the use of eminent domain to acquire land for the city’s Terry Ranch water supp… → Read More

Windsor Town Board unanimously approves Gotham Greens incentive package

WINDSOR — The town board unanimously approved Monday night an incentive package to help produce-farming company Gotham Greens build a 125,000-square-foot greenhouse in the Great Western Industrial … → Read More

Atlanta firm buys luxury apartment complex in Johnstown for $71M

JOHNSTOWN — A 254-unit luxury apartment complex in the 2534 development sold this week, real estate brokerage CBRE Capital Markets said in a news release. The complex, Gateway at 2534, is located a… → Read More

Behavioral-health company LifeStance opening 8 clinics in Colorado, including Windsor location

Behavioral health company LifeStance Health Inc. is adding eight new clinics in Colorado, including one each in Longmont, Fort Collins, Loveland, and Windsor, the company announced Wednesday. The c… → Read More

Greeley assistant city manager Becky Safarik retires after 42 years with the city

Wednesday, during Becky Safarik’s last executive-team meeting for the Greeley city manager’s office, City Manager Roy Otto gave her a map. The map had Greeley’s city limits in 1978, when Safarik fi… → Read More