Businesses

The Loop is anchored by 170 businesses and some of the best Saturday morning retail in town. Tools, supplies, know-how. We’ll get you the materials you need for your next project and the truck to get it all home.

Schools

We’re home to 6 schools, 4500 students, and a host of other creative endeavors. Not only do we have world class museums at Mizzou North, we’ve got Friday night football at Hickman High.

People

We’re long-time business and property owners who’ve built a foundation on The Loop. Now we’re reinventing the corridor–and we’re saving a place for anyone interesting in breaking new ground.

Neighborhoods

The Loop is surrounded by established neighborhoods and we’re working to strengthen those links. We want to The Loop to be a vibrant and livable corridor where everyone can thrive.

It’s good to be in The Loop.

We’re a collection of doers. We learn, we fix, we build. Whether it’s souping up your car or sprucing up your house, grilling a steak or planting a garden, we have the knowledge and the tools to get the job done. Now we’re taking that same DIY approach to improving The Loop. We’re creating a corridor of learning opportunities, creative endeavors, and economic engines——all with the same get-it-done attitude we’re known for.

Improving the Corridor

Economy

Business
Investments
Marketing

Environment

Attractiveness
Walkability
Identity

Advocacy

Outreach
Connectivity
Community

Search Available Properties

Interested in breaking new ground here on The Loop? Check out our list of available buildings and sites.

Latest News

Designing The Loop

In urban development circles, it’s common to talk about public art as a way to create a strong identity for an area.… Read More

Vacant Lot? More Like a Park in Waiting.

One thing we heard loud and clear at our planning open house for The Loop was the desire for more public space.… Read More

2017 Annual Report

The Business Loop Community Improvement District is pleased to present our 2017 Annual Report. We’ve got big plans for the… Read More

Providence Road to Be Named Sherman Brown Memorial Highway

A section of Missouri Route 163 (Providence Road) between Interstate 70 and Business Loop 70 will be named the "Sherman… Read More

Loop Corridor Planning Update

The Loop Board has hired Arcturis Design Collaborative to draft a master Corridor Plan for the Business Loop. They will be… Read More

Small Business Expo 2017

The Columbia Chamber of Commerce’s 12th annual Small Business Exposition comes to Parkade Plaza on October 11. Tour dynamic displays… Read More