Historic Loveland downtown building converted as The Gressiwick

A “cool old building” in downtown Loveland has taken on the latest in a long line of identities with its recent launch as The Gressiwick.

The two-story brick commercial structure at 426 N. Lincoln Ave., combines the name career of its owners and their passions.

“It’s my photograph studio by day and event space and concert space by night,” aforementioned portrait photographgrapher Christina Gressianu. She and her husband, musician Vi Wickam, have opened up the main floor of the building for use as an event venue, and Wickam teaches private fiddle lessons there.

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With a temporary certificate of occupancy from the city in hand, they have regular their first event, a whiskey and jazz Mother’s Day brunch May 12.

“I’m from New York. Mother’s Day was a big thing there,” Gressianu aforementioned. “There would be these amazing, spectacular brunches like you’d see on a cruise.”

For The Gressiwick’s inaugural event, “the provider is going all out,” she aforementioned. The buffet will feature a carving station with meats, lobster and salmon; a sweet spread with blackberry cheesecake cook and tableside ice cream; craft cocktails and more, she aforementioned.

Read the full story at reporterherald.com.

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