Loveland area trade briefings for May 1.
Built-for-Rent® homes are coming to Kinston
McWhinney and AHV Communities have announced plans to co-develop Built-for-Rent® homes in Kinston, a 3,000-acre Centerra-planned community in Loveland.
The partnership plans to open 240 homes in the Kinston community of Centerra this year. The accommodations should be available in early 2023.
“In Colorado’s fiercely competitive home buying market, built-to-rent homes are a great option for those who aren’t ready to buy or need something larger than an apartment,” said Ray Pittman, president and CEO of McWhinney. in a press release.
The community will feature amenities that include a swimming pool, fitness center, and community center.
FIT4MOM launches May 9 in Loveland
FIT4MOM® will open at The Promenade Shops in Centerra on May 9 with a free Stroller Strides class, Stroller Barre class, kids activity giveaways, prizes and refreshments.
The event will take place from 9 a.m. to noon at 5971 Sky Pond Drive, Loveland.
Co-owners Rebecca Dennis and Nissa Lopez will be on hand to help lead the fun stroller-based full-body workout.
“I’m thrilled to bring the amazing FIT4MOM community to the women and moms of Loveland,” Lopez said. “FIT4MOM is creating a supportive community focused on wellness and fitness that can ultimately change the trajectory of your life, and I’m honored to lead moms to gain meaningful strength in motherhood.”
The public is welcome.
For more details, visit noco.fit4mom.com.
Sage Dermatologie moves to a new office
Sage Dermatology is moving from 1548 N. Boise Ave. at a new permanent address at 1907 N. Boise Ave., Suite 3, Loveland.
The practice, which has the new, larger office, will begin seeing patients there by Thursday.
The new site is directly across from McKee Medical Center and just north of McKee Park.
The services offered will still be skin exams, acne treatment, cancer treatment, aesthetic appointments and other hair, skin and nail treatments.
Dr. Sam Ecker is a Board Certified Dermatologist.
The practice is accepting new patients and can be reached at 970-682-3377. The website is sagedermco.com.
Burgdorf plans business appreciation week
Burgdorf Business Appreciation Week activities will kick off on Monday afternoon with business visits.
From 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Mayor Will Karspeck, City Administrator Chris Kirk and Deputy City Administrator Jeremy Olinger will visit Burgdorf businesses celebrating milestones, according to an email from the city.
From noon to 1 p.m. Tuesday, people can ask the experts (via Zoom) about business-related topics, including financing, labor, permits, zoning, and local or state regulations. Join the Zoom meeting at bit.ly/3vTFeaf.
From 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. Wednesday, a Business Appreciation Breakfast will be held at the TPC Colorado Clubhouse. Sign up at bit.ly/3LLh9JH.
From 5:30-7 p.m. Thursday, a business appreciation social will be held at Independent Financial, 807 Mountain Ave., Burgdorf.
Opening of the Main Street fuel station with barbecue
The Main Street Johnstown fuel and convenience store will open with an opening barbecue from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday. The public is welcome.
The boutique gas station is located at 106 E. South First St., at the corner of South Parrish Avenue and South First Street.
The 1,614 square foot convenience store features an artisan coffee bar, a full line of fountain drinks at the soda fountain bar, an outdoor seating area, and new state-of-the-art Sinclair Dino pumps.
McCauley Constructors Inc. completed the new gas station prototype concept in April. Owner Manjeet Singh is currently exploring similar concepts along Front Range.
To learn more about McCauley Constructors, visit mccauleyconstructors.com or call 970-686-6300.
Forestar will build 1,500 homes in Revere
Forestar Group Inc. announced plans to build Revere in Johnstown, a new planned community.
The construction of the infrastructure is underway and the first phase of the reception sites should be open to builders at the end of 2022.
“Revere at Johnstown promises to complement our community, and we’re confident Forestar is developing this space with Johnstown’s uniqueness in mind,” Johnstown Mayor Gary Lebsack said in a press release.
The 460-acre community is currently expected to feature approximately 1,500 single-family residences and resort-style amenities.
CSU grads rally for better pay
The Graduate Workers Organizing Cooperative (GWOC) and the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) announced plans to hold a rally at noon-1 p.m. Tuesday to demand that the needs of workers at Colorado State University , especially those who are underpaid, are prioritized. when budgeting.
The rally will be held at the CSU Administration Building, 900 Oval Drive, Fort Collins.
Organizers said in a press release that graduate workers, non-tenured faculty, many tenure-track faculty and staff do not receive sustainable salaries.
Most non-tenured professors earn $15,000 less than the national average for instructors and lecturers, the statement said.
To learn more, visit csugradworkers.org.
Trumark Begins Sale of Pelican Shores Homes
Trumark Homes has opened sales for the community of Pelican Shores, part of the planned Water Valley development in Windsor.
Pelican Shores features 59 single-family detached homes, including eight larger lakefront lots. Homebuyers can choose from 10 contemporary floor plans, including ranch and two-story plans.
Residents will have access to Water Valley amenities including swimming beaches, a private pool, tennis courts, fitness center, 27-hole championship golf course and miles of walking trails.
Prices start in the high $700,000s.
The community is located off Weld County Road 17 and New Liberty Road.
For details, call 970-410-1633 or visit bit.ly/38Ey9CE.
The virtual job fair will be held on Wednesday
The Colorado Department of Human Services and Colorado Workforce Centers will host a statewide virtual job fair, “Empowering Coloradans Day,” on Wednesday to fill more than 170 open positions in a wide range of fields, including health care, communications and others.
Representatives from CDHS and local labor centers will help participants learn what jobs are currently available and how to navigate the application process. Participants are encouraged to bring copies of their resume and any certifications they may have.
The job fair will be online from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; veterans have early access at 10 a.m., general public will be admitted at 10:30 a.m.
Virtual registration is done at pvapi.premiervirtual.com/s/xmaPPx.
• The Loveland Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on April 26 for Points West Community Bank’s new Loveland location. The bank is located at 295 E. 29th St. in the Orchards Mall.
• Loveland’s Yucca Dune has been granted a patent (#11,305,831, originally filed March 1, 2019) developed by Tim Ryschon, Loveland, for a mobile performance system.
• Woodward of Fort Collins was awarded a patent (#11,307,069, originally filed March 6, 2020) developed by four co-inventors for “an ultrasonic flowmeter in a bypass channel coupled in parallel with a flow tube. ‘flow’. Co-inventors are Gregory Pulley, Loveland; Jordan Loos, Rockford, Ill.; Austin Mueller, Clinton, Wis.; and Michael L. Hahn, Rockford, Illinois.
• Covidien of Mansfield, Mass., has been granted a patent (No. 11,304,721, originally filed January 28, 2020) developed by Kenneth E. Netzel, Loveland, for an “ultrasound surgical instrument with assist function to the pair.
• Covidien of Mansfield, Mass., has been granted a patent (#11,304,717, originally filed June 10, 2020) developed by six co-inventors for “cutting mechanisms for assemblies, instruments and effector systems surgical terminals”. Co-inventors are Duane E. Kerr, Loveland; Thomas E. Drochner, Longmont; David J. Van Tol, Boulder; Gary M. Couture, Ward; James D. Allen IV, Broomfield; and Robert M. Sharp, Boulder.
• Night on the Town, 6-9 p.m., Friday, May 13, in downtown Loveland near Fourth Street. Live music, restaurant specials and gallery openings. Website: www.lovelandnightonthetown.org.
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