With heritage modern design and natural preservation as core values, the Powder Mountain development will consist of more than 500 ski-accessible mountain homesites connected to a village core of similar scale that includes cultural amenities and miles of walking, biking, and nordic trails.
Preservation of the existing natural environment, which includes an elk reserve, natural waterways, and a thriving wildlife population, is one of the leading design principles. Homesites and Cabins will be tucked in clusters of pine and aspen trees to maintain natural views for all community members, and the Summit Village will be dense with living accommodations to allow for more open space in wildlife-sensitive areas. Each building design will meet recognized environmental standards, and energy conservation guidelines will be provided to incorporate cutting-edge sustainability systems and materials.
Phase I Master Plan
Phase I of Powder Mountain consists of more than 150 homesites reflecting a heritage mountain architectural style.
"Picture a vehicle-free Main Street lined with farm-to-table restaurants and pop-up stores and co-working spaces and second-story condos. A mash-up of postmillennial civic and lifestyle ideas, with an ethos of social entrepreneurism: Telluride meets the Mission District, perhaps."
New York Times
Home to the main lodges, cultural residences and a walking street with juice bars, eateries and shops - the Summit Village is the energetic hub of the community. It’s a place to run into old and new friends, catch up over coffee, and enjoy gatherings and community events.
Ridge homesites offer unrivaled multi-state views, easy ski access, and mountain quietude. Most homes sit on over a half-acre of land, and all embody sustainable design and modern mountain architecture.