In June of 2012, Neal and Carrie Ervin signed the lease on an empty space with a vision of a treasure trove. Two people with very different specialties worked together to create a fresh look of yesterday. When you walk into Ervin’s Antiques you are greeted with the scent of vanilla and an eclectic, funky and fine collection of Furniture, Indian Artifacts, Jewelry, Porcelain Signs and much more.
We are located in the Market Square Shopping Center in Greeley, just 15 minutes East of I-25. Our convenient location is just a short drive from Loveland, Fort Collins, Eaton and other Northern Colorado surrounding areas
We constantly have new items coming in our store, which is great for our new and repeat customers! We take pride in our high-quality items and will not sell anything that we feel is not worth any value to our customers.
Do you have quality antiques in your home that Ervin’s Antiques would be interested in buying? To make this process convenient for you, we make house calls. We also have been known to trade items for store credit. Please complete the form below and hit submit, and we will contact you. We would love to hear from you! Please fill out this form and we will get in touch with you shortly. Don't forget to upload your pictures!
"I found a nice fossil when I was 10. My brother told me I should start a collection. I have been collecting since then. I started with rocks, fossils and artifacts. That turned into a passion for all antiques"-Neal Ervin, Owner
New Yorker Inn
This hotel was constructed I 1915 as the Hotel Bray. Fronting 25 feet on Baltimore, it is one of the smallest hotels in Kansas City and is the smallest in this hotel district. The 9-story, 100 room building was designed by Architect John Martling.
In 1947 an extensive remodeling was undertaken and the name of the hotel was changed to the New Yorker Inn. The renovation included the addition of a cocktail lounge and a restaurant.
3810 W 10th Street Unit A7
Greeley, CO 80634