Six years ago First Street and Railroad Avenue in downtown Loveland, Colorado was called a ‘blighted corner.’
The architect designed the project to look like row houses in dense central Boston.
The original owner received a $2.3 million construction loan from Frontier Bank in Greeley. The bank has since failed and was taken over by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
What about the signs warning of potential flooding?
Will tenants need to keep waders handy just in case?