My Mainstreet Implementation

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During the My Mainstreet Project, we partnered with the Parker community to get feedback to help us create a Strategic Framework for future development in Downtown Parker.

With the conclusion of that project, we move into our next phase: Implementation.

The My Mainstreet Implementation project will build on the foundations established during 2018 and work to inform residents about the next steps each site will go through to help create a Vibrant, Vital and Resilient downtown.



During the My Mainstreet Project, we partnered with the Parker community to get feedback to help us create a Strategic Framework for future development in Downtown Parker.

With the conclusion of that project, we move into our next phase: Implementation.

The My Mainstreet Implementation project will build on the foundations established during 2018 and work to inform residents about the next steps each site will go through to help create a Vibrant, Vital and Resilient downtown.



Is there a question you have about the My Mainstreet Implementation?  Please submit  your question and staff will reply to you as soon as possible. 

Thank you.

Q&A

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    Would the sale a development of the Pace Center strip along main street along with taking all of the Pace Center parking block the view of the Pace Center from Main Street? Is P3 the responsible party trying to sell and develop all of the downtown properties? How many apartment complexes are currently approved or pending approval and waiting to start building? Why do you feel we need more apartments/condos on the Pine Curve property?

    ptryon asked over 1 year ago

    We apologize profusely for the lack of response to this question, the system didn't notify us of the question being submitted.   We are working to determine why this happened and make sure this does not happen going forward. 

    1. The development of the PACE Lot 2 parcel will required to preserve view corridors to the PACE Center and utilize transparent materials to aid in views to the PACE Center. This requirement has been added to the listing agreement as a disclosed requirement for potential developers and will be a included as a requirement in any purchase and sale agreements. 

    2. Your question about P3 being the responsible party trying to sell the properties, we have created a fact or fiction question regarding this topic.  Please let us know if this does not answer the question.  

    What is P3’s role in selling PACE Lot 2 and Pine Curve? *NEW*

    P3 (the “Authority”) was given the authorization by the Town of Parker (the “Town”) in a Cooperation Agreement between the two entities to oversee the development/redevelopment of the My Mainstreet properties. According to the agreement, “The Town and the Authority agree that the Authority shall oversee the development and redevelopment of Authority and Town of Parker owned properties in Downtown Parker.”

    Additionally, the Cooperation Agreement states, “Provided however, nothing in this Cooperation Agreement shall authorize the Authority to convey Town-owned property or otherwise provide incentives on behalf of the Town, and any agreements shall require specific Town of Parker authorization.”

    P3 does not have any authorization by the Town to sell these properties and has not been tasked to sell the Town owned properties on the Town’s behalf. P3’s involvement in the My Mainstreet Implementation will be to continue the public engagement through the development process and to ensure adherence to the My Mainstreet Strategic Framework.  P3 will not receive any of the proceeds from the sale of the Town-owned parcels. 

    P3 does own the site located at 19801 E. Mainstreet and the P3 staff will be working on negotiations to sell that property and any proceeds from the sale of the 19801 E Mainstreet property will be P3 proceeds and used for the repayment of the loan P3 has from the initial purchase of the property.

    3. Your question about currently under construction/approved has been forwarded on to our building and planning departments to get the data, once we have the data back we will get you an answer. 

    4. The downtown living options were determined from the Economic Market Study as a need for downtown.  You can view the market study here.  We have also provided information about how downtown living adds to the vibrancy, vitality and resiliency of downtown, you can find this information here