Castle Rock River Walk

Many locals have mixed feelings about the approved “Riverwalk” Development


If you live in Castle Rock, Colorado or are considering moving to Castle Rock, Colorado, you may have read or even hear the locals talking about the approved River Walk Development. The City has approved a $60 million dollar project to create what I call a “lifestyle” center near the city center just south of town Hall at Wilcox and 2nd street. The people living near town certainly have mixed opinions, from excitement due to the positive impact it may have on home values to dread as traffic in out of of the neighborhoods that sit just 2-10 blocks west already have a tough time getting around. This is mainly due to the down town shopping and also the train that goes through the city several times a day.

The city is betting 60 million dollars that the new Riverwalk development will invigorate a portion of downtown with some retails shops, office space and apartments. What seems to be unknown is how will they create a “Riverwalk”. When I think of Riverwalk, I think of San Antonio, with several restaurants, pubs and river boats that stretched several thousand feet. The project does not appear to be near as large and it will tough to say how they will turn the current “creek” into a “river.

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Article from the Denver Post 



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