More than 70 new deed-restricted homes are coming to Vail. On March 2, 2021, Vail Town Council authorized the execution of a development agreement by and between the Town of Vail and Triumph Development West, LLC for construction of deed-restricted homes on the town-owned Lot 3, Middle Creek site, located at 129 North Frontage Road West.
Development plan and design review applications were submitted to the Town of Vail Community Development Department by Triumph Development and Town of Vail on March 15, 2021, and have been accepted as complete. A development review is required of the application by the Planning and Environmental Commission and Design Review Board. The applications are reviewed for compliance with the criteria set forth in the Vail Town Code. Upon development plan approval, a final design application must be reviewed and approved by the Design Review Board. These reviews will take place during a series of public meetings, currently held virtually, with opportunities for public comment. Development representatives intend to present the applications for public review to the Design Review Board (conceptual only) and Planning and Environmental Commission on April 7 and April 12, respectively. Additional public meetings are planned for later in April and throughout the month of May.
The Residences at Main Vail have been designed as a 100% deed-restricted, for rent, residential development to include a mix of 72 one- and two-bedroom apartments containing at least 144 beds and 54 parking spaces onsite. Additional amenities include individual storage unit lockers, on-site laundry, indoor and outdoor community gathering spaces and a solar panel installation for on-site energy production. The central location near the Main Vail Roundabout provides convenient pedestrian access to Vail Village and Lionshead Village. Construction of the new homes will begin in September 2021 and will be completed and ready for occupancy by November 2022. To make way for the new development, the Town of Vail and the Board of the Children’s Garden of Learning have collaborated on the relocation of the current Children’s Garden of Learning early childhood education center. In separate agreements between the town and Children’s Garden of Learning, the school will move to a temporary facility in Lionshead in August in time for the start of the 2021-2022 school year. The planning of the new Children’s Garden of Learning is well under way.
Triumph Development West LLC Agreement Lot 3 Middle Creek Due Diligence
Triumph Development West LLC Middle Creek Lot 3 Pre-development Agreement
Development Plan Application Submittal
Variance Request to Build on Slopes in Excess of 40%
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Development Review Process Begins for New Residences at Main Vail Housing Development at Lot 3, Middle Creek
Draft Development Agreement for Construction of Deed-Restricted Homes Released for Public Comment
Public Comment Sought on Revised Draft Pre-Development Agreement between Town of Vail and Triumph Development for Deed-Restricted Housing on Two Sites
Public Comment Sought on Pre-Development Agreement between Town of Vail and Triumph Development for Deed-Restricted Housing on Two Sites
Update to be Provided on Alternative Housing Sites Initiative While Consideration of Prior Public Input Continues.
Town Council Invites Public Comment on Draft MOU Document Prepared to Implement Alternative Housing Sites Initiative at July 21 Meeting.
Alternative Housing Sites Initiative and Related Draft MOU Document to be Presented at Tuesday’s Vail Town Council Meeting with Public Comment Scheduled for July 21, Aug. 4.
Town of Vail, Children’s Garden of Learning Continue to Work Towards Enhancing Early Childhood Education and Housing Options in Vail. Click Here to see the full post.
Town Council to Continue Review of Alternative Housing Sites, Environmental Stewardship Goals during June 2 Meeting. Click here to see the full post.
Vail Town Council to Receive Progress Report on Housing, Environmental Stewardship Goals as Alternatives to Approved Booth Heights Development. Click here to see the full post.
Vail Town Council Initiates Discussions with Booth Heights Developers to Pursue Alternative Path in Meeting Community’s Housing and Environmental Stewardship Goals. Click here to see the full post.