Developer to discuss Silver Mountain Village |

Developer to discuss Silver Mountain Village

SILVERTHORNE – Developers of the proposed Silver Mountain Village will host a community meeting May 2 to present updated plans and architectural designs.

The project was formulated to address a number of needs expressed by town officials, including attainable housing for local residents, a new neighborhood elementary school, a child-care facility and other retail sales tax-generating uses.

A sketch plan for the project was approved for the 72-acre site last year by the Silverthorne Planning Commission and the Silverthorne Town Council. The next step in the planning process is for the town to review the preliminary PUD and preliminary plat and site plan.

Seminole Land Holding Inc. bought the land and developed plans for the project in conjunction with Kornfeld Koslosky Properties, LLC and Safeway, which will develop the grocery store and adjacent commercial uses on approximately 11 acres near the southeast corner of the property.

Developers hope Silver Mountain Village will house potential tenants such as a coffee shop, book store and doctor’s office.

The housing is slated to include a mix of single-family homes, townhomes and rental condominiums. The goal is to develop about 50 percent of the residential units to meet the Housing Authority’s criteria for attainability by local residents.

An extensive pedestrian trail and walkway system also is planned.

The developers, planners and architects will be on hand to present the latest plans, answer questions and seek additional community input.

– Daily staff report

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