A unique master planned community called Bucking Horse is being proposed for a 160 acre tract near the Sidehill neighborhood (northeast of Drake Road and Timberline Road). In addition to single family housing and townhomes, developer Gino Campana of Bellisimo, Inc. has proposed an artisan village of “healthy” retailers called Jessup Farm with a winery, farmer’s market, cheesery, bakery, coffee roastery, microbrewery, farm-to-fork restaurant, bicycle shop, and yoga studio. Campana plans to rehabilitate the 128-year-old Johnson Farm and Jessup Farm buildings currently located on the tract, maintaining their historical charm as an important aspect of the development. The proposed project will also provide a variety of public community spaces including a horse arena, community gardens, green spaces and trails throughout the development. The overall aim for the project is to promote community living and a healthy lifestyle for residents and visitors alike.
The 101 acre Link-n-Greens Golf course located at 777 E. Lincoln Ave (across from Odell Brewing) is currently under development review. Woodward Inc., an aerospace and energy technology company is considering this location for its main campus. When fully completed the site could contain 700,000 square feet of industrial and office space. Retail space for restaurants and shops is also proposed. The company currently employs 1,200 people in Loveland and Fort Collins.