Castle Rock construction projects advance

Encore completed downtown; Shake Shack being built

Thelma Grimes
tgrimes@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 11/19/21

According to the most recent development updates for Castle Rock, the town continues to grow, with plenty of commercial and residential projects moving forward. In commercial development, the …

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Castle Rock construction projects advance

Encore completed downtown; Shake Shack being built

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According to the most recent development updates for Castle Rock, the town continues to grow, with plenty of commercial and residential projects moving forward.

In commercial development, the town’s website said a Shake Shack is coming to town. Located at 6489 Promenade Parkway, the 3,500-square-foot restaurant is currently under construction. The new location will include a drive-thru.

Shake Shack is a national franchise that started as a single hot dog stand in New York. The Castle Rock location is the third in Colorado.

A major project in Castle Rock’s downtown is listed as completed by town officials. Encore, a $72 million, 180,953-square-foot building next to Town Hall is slated to bring more living options to Castle Rock.

With the building’s completion, Encore sold out way ahead of schedule. Encore has 124 condominiums ranging in size from one to three bedrooms. Prices for the units range between $300,000 and $1 million.

Located at 20 N. Wilcox St., the seven-story Encore building also brings a 600-space parking garage that includes 300 spaces for public parking.

On the ground floor, the mixed-use building will bring added retail, office and restaurant space.

According to the town’s October development report, other projects in Castle Rock include:

Aspen View Academy additions: A 15,000-square-foot classroom and gymnasium, located at 2131 Low Meadow Blvd.

Canvas at Castle Rock: A 102-unit multi-family project located on a 10.76-acre site at the northwest corner of Crystal Valley Parkway and Plum Creek Boulevard. The project, currently under construction, will provide two-story townhomes for rent with an onsite clubhouse.

The Castle Rock Industrial Park: Located at 2803 U.S. Highway 85, the project will become an 11,400-square-foot building for indoor and auto storage.

Cobblestone Ranch/Liberty Village: Led by Richmond American Homes, Cobblestone will feature 19 single-family homes on one-acre estate lots. The development, which is under construction, is located at Castle Oaks Drive and Missoula Trail.

Liggett Road Farmhouse: The project to remodel the 122-year-old farmhouse by the Scott family is currently underway.

Montaine: This is one of the largest ongoing projects in Castle Rock, with Toll Brothers working to build 1,200 single-family homes, including more than 700 lots being designated specifically for the 55-and-older demographic. Located south of Crystal Valley Parkway and Plum Creek Boulevard, the entire project will span over 848 acres.

Olinger Andres Caldwell Gibson Chapel: The replacement of the existing structure continues to be built. The new building will be 8,500 square feet at 407 Jerry St.

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