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.
If you happen to look down as you're walking through a city, you may have noticed the colorful, spray painted markings that appear on streets and sidewalks seemingly overnight. A expert in public works can easily read these colors and symbols as a map to the pipes, wires and tubes hidden just beneath the surface. One […]
We're only a couple of years into our Corridor Plan but we've already completed a number of high profile projects, including a Community Pop-Up Park, a bike repair station, new banners, and a test garden of wildflowers by Hickman High School. We're also moving forward on CoMo Cooks, the shared commercial kitchen and business incubator […]
The Business Loop Community Improvement District is pleased to present our 2020 Annual Report. Our mission is to improve the environment and the economy of The Loop and we've made significant progress in both of those areas with our Loop Corridor Plan and our Small-Scale Manufacturing Plan. It goes without saying that this was not […]