Cumberland & Western to upgrade Loveland property
Landscaping will start "right away," Cumberland & Western Vice President Bill Murphree said Thursday. Work on roofs and parking lots will come afterward.
"All three of those areas will start fairly quickly," Murphree said.
Murphree made his comments to reporters during a visit by Cumberland & Western representatives to the campus. Cumberland & Western representatives have stayed busy meeting with potential tenants of the property throughout the week, he said.
Cumberland & Western bought the property from the city for $5 million in December. The company wants to redevelop the property, known as the Rocky Mountain Center for Innovation and Technology, with three or four anchor tenants, including their suppliers, and multiple mid-sized companies, Murphree said.
"All the buildings' systems and infrastructure (are) ... being checked, verified, validated,
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