The Jones Development Land adjoins the Town of Fraser, Colorado and is well poised to meet the development land needs of the rapidly growing communities of Winter Park and Fraser. The lands total 128.338 acres per county assessor records. The property lies on the north-westerly side of the Town of Fraser and is a well suited for development with main roads along and thru the site. The Town of Fraser has significant sewer and wastewater capacity at its new treatment facility. Water entitlements could be enhanced through well fields along Saint Louis Creek, which flows through the property. Development could occur within Grand County or by annexation into the Town of Fraser. The County zoning plan designates the property as Business or Residential allowing for a mixed-use development.
The Jones Development Land is a blank canvas to create a master planned development.
Grand County is a popular tourist area and recreational mecca with numerous amenities including major locations such as Winter Park Ski Area, Rocky Mountain National Park, Lake Granby, Grand Lake, Williams Fork Reservoir, YMCA of the Rockies, Colorado River and its headwaters streams, Blue River, Arapaho National Forest, Routt National Forest to name a few.
The Winter Park Ski Area is a highly used destination resort and its growth has spilled down valley into the nearby Town of Fraser creating demand for housing and business locations.
Grand County is projected to grow in terms of both population and jobs over the next 5 years. The top five industries are Accommodation and Food Services, Government, Arts-Entertainment and Recreation, Construction and Retail Trade.
The Town of Fraser has a great opportunity to grow and they have a strong real estate need for trade industry community housing. The Town of Fraser can allow higher density development of up to 20 units per acre.