New Frisco Transfer Center in Summit County, Colorado

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Real Estate Agent with Christie's International Real Estate - Summit Colorado

Interested in real estate in Summit County, Colorado but not sure about travel options in the winter weather? Take a look at the new design for the Frisco Transportation Center. Creating a more inviting, pleasant and pedestrian-friendly environment, the new transportation center is estimated to begin construction in the summer of 2018. Located off of I-70 in Frisco, the current transportation center (built in 1998) is a hub for anyone coming to/from the Vail area or Denver.


The existing infrastructure presents an issue because it is difficult to see a bus or shuttle coming if you are inside of the building. Given the frequent winter conditions, this plan will allow more space and windows providing for a welcoming, inviting and open space. The transit center sees about 1,000 Summit Stage passengers daily. That isn’t including the visitors using Greyhound, CDOT’s “Bustang”, airport shuttles and the on-site Hertz car rental business.

The center will be split into 5 different phases of construction, planning the larger pieces of the project to go first. One phase 3 is complete, 90% of the project will be complete. The county estimates that the redesign of the project will cost around $8.3 million. The county has received $2.5 million in grants from CDOT but does not have complete funding for the entirety at this point.

Whether you are looking to purchase or sell a property in Summit County in 2017, let  Krystal Knott with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty assist you with the process.  With over 10+ years of full time experience I am your local expert.  Call today at 970.333.0116 or email directly at Krystal.knott@sothebysrealty.com.

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