Design Review Board to review Lot 644 Affordable Housing Project plans


On Thursday, September 1, the Mountain Village Design Review Board will review the Initial Architectural and Site Review Application for a new affordable housing multi-family development on Lot 644 in the Meadows neighborhood as part of its regular monthly meeting.

Mike Foster of Triumph Development is presenting the plans on behalf of the Mountain Village Housing Authority and Town of Mountain Village which owns Lot 644, which is 1.6 acres and was designated for the development of deed-restricted housing in the early 1990s when Mountain Village was originally a planned unit development prior to the incorporation of Mountain Village.

The project proposal consists of 29 employee condominiums contained in four separate buildings: a multi-family building with 12 one- and two-bedroom condo units and three townhome-style buildings with a total of 17 two- and three-bedroom condo units. The project will also provide a total of 56 parking spaces.

“The development of Lot 644 is part of the Town’s greater Community Housing Initiative committed to building a variety of for sale and rental units both within and outside Mountain Village boundaries to help meet the increasing need for affordable community housing,” said Mountain Village Town Manager Paul Wisor.

The discussion is scheduled to begin at 1 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 1 in the Town Council Chambers. The public is invited to attend the meeting in-person or virtually. For meeting materials and Zoom log-in link, please visit

Public comment on the project may be emailed to or provided in person during the Design Review Board Meeting.

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