Month: February 2022

Continual Business Outreach During Pandemic

How’s Your Business Doing? Please take a moment to complete the latest COVID-19 Business Survey 2021 had its ups and downs. Throughout the year, we and our partners across Northern Colorado have learned about business challenges and informing local and regional decision-makers to help guide the development and implementation of assistance programs, policy changes, and …

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Greeley Construction & Development Activity Through December and Four-Year Comparison

YTD 2021 YTD 2020 YTD 2019 YTD 2018 YTD 2017  Single Family Permits Units Valuation 303 303 $91,785,966 66 66 $16,953,102 170 170 $42,927,644 338 338 $79,816,404 111 111 $27,142,816 Multi-Family Permits Units Valuation 252 612 $104,820,118 47 206 $22,901,751 47 697 $90,911,971 73 199 $33,169,389 72 238 $42,009,358 Commercial Permits Valuation 26 $149,587,534 17 …

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Your Voice is Needed – Regional Talent and Workforce Convening

Tuesday, January 11, 2022 7:30-10:30 a.m. – Light breakfast and snacks will be provided Embassy Suites, 4705 Clydesdale Pkwy, Loveland Event information and registration Please join us on January 11, 2022, for the Regional Talent & Workforce Convening. Your voice is needed to help co-create and elevate Northern Colorado’s priorities/initiatives for talent and workforce development. …

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Year-End Commercial Real Estate Market Snapshot

Below are some highlights of Greeley’s market health since the pandemic. Full real estate market reports can be found on the City’s economic development site selection web page. RETAIL Before Pandemic: Greeley’s vacancy rate was at historic lows and very stable; development plans were strong. Now: Seeing much higher vacancies (over 3.5%) with decelerating annual …

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Facing the End of an Era

The former Hewlett-Packard building, located within the City Center West development (10th Street and 71st Avenue), is undergoing demolition as part of the last phase of new development on the site. Demolition of the 228,109-square-foot building on approximately 20-acres will pave the way for a sale of two acres to West Ridge Academy for an athletic field and additional parking for staff. …

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Greeley Construction & Development Activity Through November

YTD 2021  YTD 2020  Single Family Permits Units Valuation 221 221 $68,550,912 64 64 $16,467,216  Multi-Family Permits Units Valuation 252 612 $104,820,118 41 200 $21,695,776  Commercial Permits Valuation 25 $147,967,534 Looking for deeper insight? The City’s Community Development Department maintains current and historical construction and planning reports online. View Monthly Construction Reports View Monthly Planning …

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The Elevation Effect

In September, Greeley’s economic development leadership attended the Site Selectors Conference, an annual event in which the Metro Denver EDC brings prominent economic development leaders to the area to both scope out its attributes and offer assessments of its strengths and weaknesses. During the event, a new regional brand was launched to share the way …

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