Community meeting tonight on Silverthorne’s ‘main street’ project
The Fourth Street Crossing is a large-scale project encompassing 3.8 acres in downtown Silverthorne, and Milender White and the development team behind the project will host its first community meeting from 5-7:30 p.m. today at the Silverthorne Pavilion, 400 Blue River Parkway.
The goal is to make Fourth Street Crossing, north of Interstate 70 on Blue River Parkway, between 4th and 3rd streets, the new “main street” of Silverthorne, according to town officials.
The meeting, also being called an open house, is a chance for the public to learn more about the poject and provide input.
The plan calls for storefront retail, office space, a parking structure and residential units at the crossing. Milender White’s initial concept is rooted in the Silverthorne Comprehensive Plan and the Town Core Design District Standards and Guidelines, according to the town.
“We are excited to officially start this process,” said Tim Fredregill, development executive at Milender White, in a prepared statement. “Any successful project starts with the community and addressing their needs. We look forward gathering ideas and feedback from the residents of Summit County.”
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