Rocky Mountain Center for Innovation & Technology, Loveland, CO – 810,000 square feet available for offices, manufacturing, and mixed use in this technology park in central Loveland previously occupied by Hewlett-Packard and Agilent Technologies.
Harmony Tech Park, Fort Collins, CO
The 105 acre development was previously part of the Hewlett-Packard campus and received approval for up to 1.3 million square feet of office uses. This prime land has not been available for development until now and has expanded uses and sizes to meet most employment-based demand. Uses include Office, Flex R & D, Light Manufacturing and Retail. The offering is truly “One of a Kind” for Fort Collins.
Sites range in size from 2 to 30 acres, with various price points to suit your needs, Master Plan approved with four months or less time for Administrative Site Plan Approval at the City of Fort Collins, Close proximity to amenities and services of the fastest growing commercial corridor in the area, Easy access to both Harmony Road and Interstate 25 with three signalized intersections available to the park
The Urban Renewal Authority is in place to identify and revitalize areas of Fort Collins deemed blighted, and provide a funding mechanism to encourage redevelopment. The main funding tool is Tax Increment Financing (TIF) generated through property taxes. Fort Collins currently has two plan areas, North College and Midtown, where private investment can be leveraged with TIF. The plan areas capture TIF for a period of 25 years; qualified projects can receive a portion of property tax generated to be allocated back into the project for the community’s benefit. http://www.renewfortcollins.com/