Milender White Named Developer of Silverthorne's Fourth Street Crossing
Wed, March 29, 2017 9:41AM
Milender White announced today its appointment from the Town of Silverthorne to be the master developer of Fourth Street Crossing, the Town’s new “main street.” Located north of I-70 off Highway 9/Blue River Parkway, the redevelopment area encompasses 3.8 acres between 4th and 3rd Streets in downtown Silverthorne.
“We couldn’t be more excited about our partnership with the Town of Silverthorne to create this new vibrant area,” said Bryon White, president and CEO of Milender White. “We are eager to work with the residents of Silverthorne and Summit County to further tailor Fourth Street Crossing to the needs and wishes of the local community.”
The concept for the Milender White proposal is rooted in the Silverthorne Comprehensive Plan and the Town Core Design District Standards and Guidelines. Milender White will soon solicit resident feedback on their proposed plans for storefront retail, office space, a parking structure and residential units. A central plaza surrounding the historic Mint restaurant will offer an important gathering space for the new district.
“Memorable places occur where the buildings and the outdoor rooms they create set a stage for people to feel energized, comfortable, and encouraged to stay for a while,” said Bill Campie, president of DTJ Design, the project’s architect and planning firm. “That is what we are aiming for at Fourth Street Crossing.”
Milender White’s development team includes DTJ Design for architecture and landscape design, LIV Sotheby’s for local marketing and sales, and Tetra Tech for site engineering. Milender White will serve as developer and general contractor for the project.
Milender White and DTJ Design’s vision includes a variety of mixed uses, however the community-led planning process will start next month with town hall meetings and open house-type events. For the latest news and schedule, visit fourthstreetcrossing.com and signup for email alerts, or follow the project on Facebook and Twitter.