A high-tech firm had plans to make the old Larimer County building at 2015 E. Sixth St. its headquarters, but the pandemic has ended that plan.

When I was a kid, this location housed the Loveland Public Library. Then, when I got older, I'd return every so often to get tags for my cars while Larimer County occupied the building. But finally, the place became vacant again when the county opened up its new Loveland campus at First and Denver in 2019.

Now, it seems the big building at 6th St. and Cleveland Ave. will remain empty and idle, as another plan has come undone because of the pandemic.

According to the Reporter-Herald, the former Larimer County site was under contract with Logiq Health, a company based out of Texas, but the firm terminated the contract on May 15, 2020, due to uncertainty in the market created by the virus.

Before they'd accepted Logiq's bid, the City of Loveland had four other bids on the building; they'll likely go back to those who were initially passed over to see if they're still interested in the sale before seeking new bids.

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