A brewpub, Neapolitan-style pizza place and coffee shop are the first three tenants announced for the new Harmony Commons slated to open in 2017.
MidiCi Neapolitan pizza, Harbinger Coffee and a new brewhouse and restaurant will anchor the building on the corner of Lady Moon Drive and Harmony Road, according to a press release from Brinkman Partners, which closed on the 9.2 acres Friday.
MidiCi, which opened its first restaurant in the San Fernando Valley of California in 2015, will open its first Colorado location in about 3,500 square feet at Harmony Commons.
Harbinger Coffee, owned by partners Jonathan Jarrow and Ben Kutcher, has been serving craft coffee in Fort Collins for five years and has a location in Max Flats apartments built by Brinkman on Mason Street. Harmony Commons will be Harbinger’s second location.
Details for the brewhouse and restaurant are still limited, but Brinkman said it will be led by a “diverse group of experienced Fort Collins restaurant and brewery professionals.” More details will be released as the brewery develops.
Eventually, Harmony Commons is expected to include a 100-room hotel developed by Spirit Hospitality, fitness center, offices and restaurants.
It is the first retail development on the site that is currently part of the larger Harmony Technology Park owned by Michigan-based MAV Development.
Article Credits: Pat Ferrier, Coloradoan