The pandemic signaled a change in the ways people lived their daily lives. For many working in an office, the health restrictions brought on by the severity of the virus meant working from home.
But the traditional office, even before the impacts of the pandemic, was not the only choice. Over the years coworking and rentable spaces have begun to populate bigger and smaller towns; and Loveland is no different.
Spaces like desk chair, the Armory and CreatorSpace, all Loveland coworking spaces, offer workers a place to do their jobs away from their homes. However, the pandemic hit many of them just as it did traditional offices.
Dave Loftis, director of project success of Radial Development Group, which runs the Armory, said the company moved the coworking space to a new building at 430 N. Cleveland Ave., in the spring; just as people were sent home.
“Our plan was to reintroduce the…