The Nike Outlet Store in Loveland has officially closed its doors, as the sports clothing giant prepares for the opening of its new storefront in Fort Collins.

The storefront at 5704 McWhinney Blvd. in Loveland has been emptied out at some point in the last few weeks, according to the Loveland Reporter-Herald, while the brand’s new store in the Front Range Village shopping center in Fort Collins is scheduled to open on Thursday, Feb. 18.

The new Fort Collins location will also be a factory outlet offering past-season merchandise at lower prices.

You can visit the new storefront beginning later next week at 2720 Council Tree Ave., No. 101 in Fort Collins.

Nike also operates Colorado stores in Castlewood, Lakewood and Thornton.

The Front Range Village also features a Super Target, Lowe's and numerous other stores. The development has restaurants like Bann Thai, BJ's Brewhouse, Cafe Athens, Dazbog Coffee, Doug's Day Diner. Five Guys Burgers & Fries, Himalayan Bistro, Honolulu Poke Bar, Jimmy John's, Mary's Mountain Cookies, Nori Maki Sushi Bar, QDOBA, Smoothie King and Suehiro Japanese Restaurant.

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