• New office space in the State Mercantile Building from 1905. It's a 30,000 sf mixed-use structure in downtown Loveland.

  • We preserved the elegance and historic drama of the 13 ft. high ceilings where the open office space benefits from access to daylight and views outside.

  • The first two phases created open offices on the main level with conference rooms on the ends.

  • The existing run-down storefront entrance is redesigned to reflect the original identity and character of this historic structure. This is the computer model view.

  • This is the completed facade.

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Loveland Mercantile Mixed Use

This remodel of the 30,000-sf mixed-use State Mercantile Building (1905) in downtown Loveland included a facade renovation and three interior phases. The first two phases created an open office layout on the main level and a new facade. Phase Three created residential lofts on the upper floor (see Projects/Multi-Family).

On the ground floor, we preserved the elegance and historic drama of the 13 ft. high ceilings where the open office space benefits from access to daylight and views outside. The existing run-down storefront entrance is redesigned to reflect the original identity and character of this historic structure.

  • Date April 7, 2017
  • Tags Commercial