November 12th, 2020, Silverthorne, Colorado
Milender White (MW), is excited to announce the new tenants for Bluebird Market, Summit County’s first chef-driven food hall.
Bluebird Market is located at the hub of Fourth Street Crossing, a 3.8-acre district developed by Milender White in the new heart of downtown Silverthorne. Tenants of the nearly 30,000 sq. ft. Market will include established and emerging businesses working side by side. Currently Bluebird Market has nine signed leases including three local small businesses opening second locations, three woman owned businesses and three new to market concepts.
Bluebird Market will serve as a launch pad for Nomad Coffee, “Don’t Call Me Charlie’s” Ice Cream and Colorado Market Place & Bakery who all plan to enhance the entrepreneurial climate and foster now relationships with the local community.
Familiar concepts include Chimayo Grill opening “Baja Chimayó” an outpost selling their best sellers from their location in Dillon and Crêpes à la Cart out of Breckenridge which plans to bring their sweet & savory crepes to Silverthorne without the line.
In addition, Okay Poke, Mighty Burger and the Central Bar (to be named) will be operated by Mighty Hospitality Group out of Denver.
“Bluebird Market embodies Silverthorne’s growth as a modern mountain town,” said Scott Vollmer, Director of Property Operations at Milender White. “We listened to what the community is hungry for and built an iconic space for chefs and entrepreneurs. Whether you’re a local or just passing through, there’s something here for everyone.”
Bluebird Market will provide a lively, community–focused atmosphere with open seating, flexible event space, outdoor patio areas & interactive games for the community. Milender White is preserving the historic Old Dillon Inn, encapsulating the mining-era building inside Bluebird Market and reincarnating it as a restaurant and speakeasy. The market will consist of 10-12 chef-driven culinary concepts along with three local retail entrepreneurs and a flexible co-working space.
“Bluebird Market ties together Fourth Street Crossing, creating a sense of place that people will drive to instead of drive by,” said Tim Fredregill, Development Executive at Milender White. “These tenants represent a new generation of small businesses that will drive economic recovery in the region post-COVID.”
“We couldn’t be more excited to open an outpost at Bluebird Market,” shared Frank Michaud and Teresa Toczek, owners of Chimayo Grill in Dillon. “We’ve been waiting for an opportunity like this, which allows us to introduce exciting new entrées that wouldn’t have been possible at our original location.”
“We know what it takes to cater to a long line of hungry neighbors in Summit County,” said Alex LaMarca, owner of Crêpes à la Cart. “From a small shack in Breckenridge to this iconic market hall in Silverthorne, we’re excited to grow our business in a small footprint at Bluebird Market and be more community focused for the locals in town.”
Bluebird Market is set to open in March of 2021, marking the first activation of the Fourth Street Crossing development. It will be surrounded by a transit station, a 115-room Hotel Indigo, and a public parking garage with 203 spaces. The pedestrian-friendly district will also include townhomes and two mixed-use condo buildings with 7,000 SF of Retail. Milender White has also proposed a phase two to the north of Fourth Street Crossing with more residential and retail in a pedestrian-friendly environment.
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