Riverbend: A new gateway to Timnath?
At least that's the vision Loveland developer Craig Harrison has created for his proposed Riverbend Urban Village.
Not a lot of the residents and business owners in Timnath have heard about the plan, but that's about to change.
Harrison, president of Harrison Resource Corp., will soon begin to actively market his $100 million plan, and if all goes as he hopes, he will have helped create a vibrant commercial center where today very little exists.
As envisioned, his Riverbend will be built on a 70-acre site on the southeast corner of Harmony and County Road 5.
If he can pull it off, Riverbend will be the largest commercial development in Northern Colorado since the completion of the 3,000-acre Centerra project.
The town and the Poudre Fire Authority have already committed to build a town hall, police station and fire station on the site, though Riverbend would be much more than a collection of municipal buildings.
Harrison wants the project to be the new gateway to Timnath, a "turn of the century agriculture" epicenter of commerce and culture with two restaurants, a corporate park,
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