Copper Mountain Resort could be changing significantly in the next five years by adding a new neighborhood. The proposed new development known as the A-Lift neighborhood will be located near the Alpine Lift on the east side of Copper Mountain.
The Summit County Board of Commissioners, Copper Mountain and county staff recently reviewed the proposed plans for the upcoming neighborhood which includes a 50-room hotel. The hotel will feature a restaurant, bar, spa and a 10,000-square-foot conference center.
The proposed $30 million project will also include space for new construction.
The A-Lift Neighborhood is presently zoned for 12 single-family homes (each up to 2,500 square feet) or 30 duplex equivalents spanning over three acres of land. Aside from the boutique hotel and attached conference center, the new design would be comprised of 15 condos, eight duplexes and three single-family homes across an additional 5 acres and would require alteration to the Copper Creek Golf Course — specifically shortening and realigning the 15th hole.
While still in a hypothetical phase, the development has an ambitious goal of breaking ground as early as next spring. If the A-Lift Neighborhood receives the necessary county rezoning approvals in the next couple of months, it’s estimated to be a two-year project.
The undertaking is a joint business venture between Utah-based Powdr Corportation which has owned Copper since 2009 (in addition to other ski areas across the county such as Killington in Vermont and Mount Bachelor in Oregon) and real estate developer Continuum Partners.
Continuum Partners, a Denver-based group has previously overseen projects like the re-imagining of Union Station as the capital city’s transportation hub and the Belmar entertainment district in Lakewood.
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