With easy access to skiing through Arrowhead and all the amenities of bustling downtown, Edwards Colorado residents have a way of saying ?Why go into Vail??? The newest addition to the community, The West End project, will build out the 4th, the northwest, corner of downtown Edwards, giving us more reasons to stay and support our local community.? A residential and commercial development, The West End will blend city life conveniences with a casual mountain lifestyle.? The project is located 3 miles from skiing Beaver Creek, and 12 miles west of Vail, and will have a bus stop right out front to access both.? ????
The West End offers two types of ownership opportunities.? Market rate units are the standard type and workforce are deed restricted, capping annual increase in property value.? The West End consists of 113 market rate and 72 workforce residences.? Both types of homes consist of studios, one, two and three-bedrooms with variations including dens, lofts and (my favorite) roof top patios.?
Not only will the urban center emphasize pedestrian access, but it will provide a pedestrian core we lack in other areas.? A pedestrian square with fountains, fire pits and a kids? play zone will serve as the main corridor to the Eagle River Preserve open space, trails, walkways and the Eagle River.?? Bottom level homes in the two northern buildings will sit right on the open space, giving them the luxury of a 72 acre backyard. ?Residents of The West End will enjoy a fitness center, outdoor hot tubs, and underground assigned parking and storage units.?
It?s not just locals that have fallen in love with Edwards.? Read a New York Times blog Down To Earth in the High Country.
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