SKI TOWN LIVING IN THE HEART OF SILVERTHORNE
Slifer Smith & Frampton announces IN.HABITANCE, a lifestyle community
Slifer Smith and Frampton (SSF) and Milender White are proud to announce the pre-construction release of in.habitance, a lifestyle community in the heart of downtown Silverthorne.
Located in the core of Summit County, this sustainable all-electric development will offer 72 residences anchored by two full-service restaurants, a pedestrian plaza with shops, market and 60-foot climbing wall for a walkable mountain town experience that is centrally located to renowned ski resorts. The four buildings that comprise in.habitance all share the common DNA of community-first, urban-style architecture. “Centered around the community plaza, each residence is designed to provide exceptional comfort inside while beckoning you to get out and explore,” says Tim Fredregill, Development Executive, Milender White. “You are buying a lifestyle. Shops, restaurants, and bars all in a resort setting with immediate access to the amazing year-round outdoors of Summit County, including world-class fishing, cycling, hiking, and of course skiing at five resorts.”
The residences, which will break ground in spring 2023 are slated for completion by winter 2024 with prices starting in the low $600,000-range, significantly less expensive than a comparable offering in surrounding resort areas. Residences will include a mix of one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom floorplans with perfectly appointed modern and rustic interior design options. “This development brings an urban lifestyle to the heart of the Rockies. You can paddle board, raft or fish the Blue River. There’s hiking and biking right out your backdoor. You can ski at Keystone, Breck, A-Basin, Copper, or even Vail and Beaver Creek. Or you can dine at some exceptional restaurants, enjoy live entertainment, or indulge in a little retail therapy,” says Troy Margelofsky, SSF Listing Broker. “All with easy access to I-70. It’s a great primary residence or the perfect mountain retreat in Summit County.”
“It’s exciting to see Silverthorne grow. We’re excited to be part of that momentum and creating that vibrant downtown resort experience in the core of Summit County.”
For more information, visit https://www.liveatinhabitance.com.