Intrawest’s proposed parking summary for development |

Intrawest’s proposed parking summary for development


BRECKENRIDGE – More than 30 people attended part two of a worksession at the County Courthouse in Breckenridge on Tuesday, when commissioners considered Intrawest’s proposal to develop Copper Mountain.Summit County senior planner Rob Pyzel said parking is one of the most significant problems at Copper Mountain. So far, Intrawest says it’s increasing day skier parking from 3,482 spaces at build-out to a minimum of 4,200 spaces, but four areas Intrawest counts in its total do not qualify for day-skier parking.Here is the proposal from Intrawest on its parking plan, related to it’s proposal for 613 new units at Copper:• 810 spaces: New center lot (will be the primary parking lot, located east of the Athletic Club; lot requires loss of two tennis courts)• 1,950 spaces: Intrawest says reconfiguration of the Alpine lot would provide 641 more spaces, up from 1,309 spaces, but commissioners pointed out the diagram illustrating the plan actually shows a decrease in acreage in the lot.• 770 spaces: Corn lot capacity remains the same.• 4002 spaces: Ten Mile lot, located between the Conoco station and Interstate 70. This requires an agreement from the Colorado Department of Transportation, which has not been reached. If Intrawest and CDOT reach an agreement, it may only be temporary, Commissioner Tom Long pointed out.• 15 spaces: Ten Mile Circle• 65-75 spaces: Beeler Road, spaces decrease from the current 99 spaces. Proceeds from paid parking will be donated to the country for designated community programs.• 22 spaces: The Cirque (only for residents, therefore don’t count for day skiers)• 12 spaces: Alpine Club (for 15 minute parking and commercial uses in the Passage Point building)• 18 spaces: Spruce Lodge (only for residents)• 100 spaces: Ten Mile (B-lot)• 28 spaces: Athletic Club(only for use of the facility)• 4,200: Total proposed spaces

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