New Developments & Growth

DOWNTOWN STERLING REVITALIZATION 

Revitalization of Downtown Sterling is a key economic development initiative of the City of Sterling, Logan County Chamber of Commerce, Sterling Urban Renewal Authority, and Logan County Economic Development Corporation.  Historic preservation and building improvement efforts have a common goal to bring residents back downtown and attract tourists.   The downtown renaissance has resulted in new community vibrancy with over 25 new businesses including boutiques, restaurants, a microbrewery, and arts cooperative.   A limited winery with tasting room will open  August 2018.  A Co-working facility is in the final planning phases with expected opening in Fall 2018 on the downtown Courthouse Square.

Photo above: Parts & Labor Brewery Co-founder / brewer Dylan Harford and Colorado Lt. Governor Donna Lynne along with Colorado Office of Economic Development & International Trade staff, community leaders, LCEDC members and staff enjoying lunch. (courtesy photo – Lisa Young, Journal-Advocate)

 CURRENT DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 

  • S Curve – Highway 6 & 138 & 14 Gateway Corridors road improvements and beautification
  • Renewable Energy Projects
  • Housing developments
  • City of Sterling and various Logan County infrastructure improvements
  • Potential industrial area with dual rail service

2017 COMPLETED PROJECTS

  • Holiday Inn Express – Opened June 2017
  • Avery Technical Resources – Opened October 2017
  • Sterling Mill Service – Opened September 2017
  • DGM Global Builders – Summer 2017
  • The Harmony Home – October 2017
  • Sterling Creatives – Artist Cooperative
  • Mad Man Fabricating/Sterling Customs – Purchased facility August 2017
  • Transwest completed construction and opened new facility – Summer 2017
  • Chamberlain Concrete – Spring 2017
  • Long-Term Care Group held hiring fair for local telecommuters – Spring 2017
  • Lorenzo Apothecary – Fall 2017
  • Applewood Laundry, Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt, Buckles and Bows, Country Creations, Diamonds in the Rough, Rusty Bucket, and other entrepreneurial businesses.
  • Buckeye Welding Supply – Started construction of new facility
  • Sold Woolworth Building for redevelopment
  • Journal Advocate Bldg Sold – Artist moving his operation to Sterling from Denver
  • East Chestnut / I76 gateway to Sterling road improvements

 


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