The COVID-19 pandemic has been hard on thousands of businesses across Colorado. A newly formed fund is helping many of the ones in Downtown Loveland.

The Downtown Loveland Development Authority (DDA) announced on Wednesday, June 3, 2020, that through a new fund, 31 businesses in the Downtown area would be assisted with their rent.

The Commercial Rent Assistance Project granted the funds to the organization, ranging from $2,500 to $7,500, which will be paid directly to businesses' landlords for the months of June, July, and August of 2020.

I inquired as to how the money would be distributed among the 31 and was informed by organizers that:

The grant awards vary depending on individual businesses’ financial circumstances, leases, etc. Applicants were evaluated by a blind committee...

Here are the businesses that will be assisted:

  • Black and Blues Music and Brews
  • B Sweet Cupcakes
  • Burk’s Tavern
  • Canyon Collectables
  • Changes Salon
  • Cloz to Home
  • Colorado Coffee Company
  • Dickens Alley
  • Fresh Plate Catering
  • Garment Gal
  • Henry’s Pub
  • Independence Gallery
  • KK9 Dog Training
  • Lighthouse Dance
  • Little Piece of My Heart
  • Loveland Aleworks
  • PILAR Boutique
  • Rockywoods Fabrics
  • Rooster Browns
  • Schissler Academy of Fine Arts
  • Sports Station
  • Starlight Dessert Bar
  • Studio Vino Downtown
  • Taste Local Cafe
  • The Cupcake Gypsies
  • Tommy’s Barbers & Blades
  • Top Hat Saloon
  • Verboten Brewing
  • Vintage Willows
  • White Groves Barber & Taproom
  • Wicked Tequila Room

Find out more about the DDA's assistance fund HERE.

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