Wednesday, July 23, 2008

The Evolution of Frisco Colorado

I have lived in Summit County for five years. During this relatively short time, I have seen numerous changes to my hometown Frisco. As a real estate broker, I know that I should take the advice from Charles Darwin: "It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change." Here is my update on new Frisco multi-unit projects which will continue to change the landscape of the town.

A new commercial and residential condominium development called Latitude 39 will be built at the northwest corner of 4th and Granite Streets. There will be seven residential condos, two with elevators. A one bedroom is listed at $645,050 and a three bedroom is listed at $1,320,000.

Forty-three total units are slated for development at the old Frisco Crossroads location at the corner of Highway 9 and Granite Streets. The name will be Water Tower Place and it will built to LEED green standards. The first phase will include eleven market townhomes. The second phase will be condominiums/flats including penthouses and elevators.

Two new construction duplex projects are also in the works. Located at 2 Miners Creek Road, the Miners Creek Duplexes, four units total, are 3 bedroom 3.5 baths and almost 2,900 square feet. All are priced at $1,298,250. Another duplex project located at 414 and 416 Teller Street and 311 and 313 Fifth Avenue is called The Reserve at Teller. All four units are 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath, and range in size from around 2,172 to 2,562 square feet. Pricing ranges from $944,820 to $1,101,660.

A new triplex located at the Northeast corner of Seventh and Belford streets is also in the works. These units are all over 2,900 square feet and have 3 bedrooms, 3 full baths, and 2 powder baths. The official addresses of these units are 514 and 516 7th Avenue and 707 Belford.

The Mason Glen Towne Homes, located on Third Avenue and the Teller Alley are almost complete but not yet listed as of thee time this article was due. These are four townhome units, with both three and four bedrooms.

That puts my count up to 65 new units coming into Frisco in the next couple years. I also recognize that I am probably missing some new developments!! Hopefully this information will help you to evolve your real estate business and be on the cutting edge of new Frisco projects.

*Information regarding the featured properties were obtained from Summit MLS and from the respective listing brokers.
Authored by Amy Nakos, JD, CLHMS, Owner/Managing Broker, Landmark Real Estate Group, LLC, 111 Main Street, Frisco, CO 80443, 970-668-1430 office, 970-389-8388 cell,
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