Located in the Historic Warehouse District of Telluride, the Transfer Project is one of the largest redevelopment projects in downtown Telluride. This project, located on Fir Street, broke ground in May 2017 and is the second phase of this mixed-use development project. It is located one block from Telluride’s main street and consists of seven total structures spanning over 60,000 s.f., and includes the San Juan House, Fir House and two loft houses.
In total, 13 new residences ranging from 2,000 to 4,000 s.f. were created, as well as two commercial spaces. The plan also consisted of stabilizing the iconic Transfer Warehouse for future development as a cultural center for the community.
With the redevelopment of one of the most historically significantly neighborhoods in Telluride, the Transfer Project, designed by CCY Architects, was followed closely by the town, the residents and media. The completion of the project in 2019 — touted as a one-of-a-kind development — linked Telluride’s Gondola Station to Telluride’s main street, creating a new vibrant community corridor.
The brand new residential units were purchased and sold through shortly after completion and ranged from $3.2 million to $9 million. The largest commercial unit will be the new home of Citizens Bank.
For more from Finbro about the first phase of the Transfer Project > Transfer Telluride Arthouse
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