Fourth Street Crossing

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Downtown Redevelopment Opportunity

The Town of Silverthorne is requesting proposals from well qualified developers or development teams who have the capacity and expertise to develop a new mixed use development in the heart of Town entitled Fourth Street Crossing.  

Where is the property?

The 3.8 acre property is the block between 3rd and 4th Streets, between HWY 9 and Adams Avenue.  The intersection of 4th Street and HWY 9 is considered the center of Silverthorne's downtown, across the street from shops, the Pavilion, and a short distance from the Silverthorne Performing Arts Center (under construction).  The property is shown in green on the map below, and labeled 'catalyst site'.

 Catalyst Site Map

Who owns the property?

There are three property owners for the entire block, all of whom have agreed that a unique mixed-use redevelopment is ideal for the Property.  A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) has been negotiated between the property owners to collectively pursue an RFP process.  A copy of the MOU is available here.

What is required to respond to the Request for Proposals?

The complete submittal requirements, additional information, and deadlines are detailed in the Fourth Street Crossing RFP.  

What is the key deadline?

Responses to the RFP are due by 4:00 p.m., Mountain Standard Time, on Friday, March 3, 2017.

Questions?

We are excited about your interest.  If you have any questions, please contact Mark Leidal, Assistant Town Manager, at mark.leidal@silverthorne.org, or by calling 970-262-7362.

Frequently Asked Questions.

  • Where are the informational sessions and are they required to participate in the process?

The informational sessions are optional.  They will be held Monday, January 23, and Wednesday, January 25, in the Council Chambers at the Silverthorne Town Hall, located at 601 Center Circle in Silverthorne.

  • Where are the utilities exactly, and what is the size of the JSA West Bank Interceptor?

The JSA line is an 18-inch, victaulic clay pine.  The locations of the utilities are shown below.  Sewer in green, water in blue, storm water culverts in purple.

Utilities_Map_2

  • Who attended the informational sessions?
    • Larry Feldman - 4th on 4th, LTD
    • Rob Goss - Marcin Engineering
    • Michelle Bonfanti - Marcin Engineering
    • Jim Junge - Planner
    • Jason Deem - HP Kumar and Associates
    • Melissa Ricksecker - Trammel Crow Residential
    • Chris Durloo - Tetra Tech
    • Bill Campie - DTJ Design