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The 411 on Fourth Street Crossing

Published May 23, 2018

We checked in with Milender White, the developer for Fourth Street Crossing in downtown Silverthorne, and got the inside scoop on how plans are progressing for the mixed-use development. From an ice cream shop to a speakeasy, there is a bevy of interested vendors that will bring new vitality to Silverthorne’s downtown.


What dining options will the Market Hall offer?

We are planning to have multiple  food & beverage options from a local coffee shop to a white tablecloth restaurant. There will be “main street” shops on 4th Street; a hotel with an indoor/outdoor bar on the ground floor and rooftop patio; and a 26,000 square foot market hall with tons of different food & beverage choices.


What vendors have expressed interest in the Market Hall?

Several vendors have expressed interest to our team, including:

    • Wine & cheese shop
    • Fitness & yoga
    • Coffee shop
    • Martini & wine bar
    • Ice cream shop
    • Breakfast/brunch restaurant
    • Central bar
    • Fine dining, multiple interested concepts
    • Fresh market:  smoothies, salads, produce and more
    • Escape room
    • Speakeasy
    • Small food vendors
    • Women’s boutique


How will the Old Dillon Inn be incorporated into the new development?

Milender White is attempting to save a piece of architectural history, the Old Dillon Inn, and convert a portion of that building into a speakeasy. This “step back in time” concept is fitting given the ODI is one of the oldest structures in Summit County. Studies still need to be completed to verify the structure can be salvaged, but if so, it stands to be a centerpiece of our market hall, sitting as a building within a building with a “front porch” looking out onto the rest of the market hall.


You mentioned a hotel, can you share more about that?

Steps from the market hall will be a 100+-key, full-service hotel and 6,000 square-foot event space. The event space will actually be within the market hall, adding to the desirability of the space for weddings, conferences, and concerts.


Will there also be residences for sale?

All of the great amenities within walking distance make Fourth Street Crossing a very desirable place to own property. We’ve received tremendous interest in our condominiums and townhomes and we haven’t even marketed them. You can expect to see further information about how to reserve a home later this summer.


Note: The Town of Silverthorne has not received any formal submittals as of yet, so these plans are subject to change as they go through the approval process.