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Silverthorne Development Update: Final Site Plan Submitted for Fourth Street Crossing

Published January 23, 2019

Fourth Street Crossing As 2019 gets underway, Silverthorne’s most noted development projects are moving full steam ahead with some exciting milestones on the horizon.

Milender White, the development team behind Fourth Street Crossing, recently submitted its final site plan to the Town of Silverthorne. Based on past Council feedback, the team made a few adjustments to initial plans, most notably in the architecture, which now has a more unique, mountain-modern feel; the programming has not changed. The final plan will go through another review with Town staff, a second hearing before the Planning Commission (targeted for early March) and one more hearing with Town Council (targeted for mid-March). With final approval, Milender White aims to break ground this spring! 

Over at Summit Sky Ranch, construction continues on the development’s single-family homes and cabins. The Aspen House, the development’s community center, was completed this past July, and construction of Maryland Creek Park is underway.  The park, which will be dedicated to the Town and open to the public, should be ready to welcome visitors this summer.

Additionally, the Town received an application for a preliminary site plan for a new Element Hotel. Element Hotels, part of Marriott International, defy convention through stylish and sustainable design. The brand’s longer-stay comfort profile empowers guests to “Stay in their Element” through signature amenities including its complimentary healthy RISE breakfast and RELAX evening reception, saline swimming pools, spacious fitness centers, Bikes to Borrow program and electric vehicle charging stations. Element made history in 2008 as the only major hotel brand to pursue LEED certification for high-performance buildings brandwide.  The hotel would be located adjacent to the Hampton Inn, offering visitors to Exit 205 another lodging choice.

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