About Pine Curve


About the site

Pine Curve is located to the east of xxxx and offers the largest potential for downtown. 

What makes a good downtown? 

When analyzing what makes sense being developed at 19801 E. Mainstreet, it's important to consider what makes for a good downtown. Here are a few factors that combine to create a premium downtown area:

  • A mix of uses including ground floor restaurants with retail, professional offices or lofts on higher floors.

  • Places for visitors to stay overnight in downtown, including lodging and dwelling units.
  • Active ground floor uses that give people a reason to travel downtown with multiple uses to keep people visiting during the day and evening.
  • Attractive and safe spaces for those traveling by foot, bike or car.
  • A defined space that is clearly well marked and has a sense of place.
  • Public amenities and event spaces for civic, cultural and theme based events.


Greater Downtown Zoning District

This district seeks to create a destination where the community comes together to live, work, shop and play. Development must also provide usable space and allow for easy orientation and convenient access to all visiting the area, no matter their mode of transportation.

Market Analysis

A market analysis outlines what the economy will realistically support in the Town of Parker. 

  • Analyze market demands for specific community needs and identify the changing market demands and demographics
  • Inventory current business types, industries and commercial spaces and analyze what works well
  • Conduct a financial analysis to see what kind of businesses the community can support

Grocery Store Anchored Neighborhood Shopping District

A retail and restaurant complex features a wide range of shops and dining options for those visiting an area. In most cases, these shops will be on the ground floor with either office or living space on the upper floors.

Additional Medium-Density Downtown Housing

Medium density housing will bring additional options to those looking to live in downtown Parker. Because of its proximity to downtown, these units would need to feature the same architectural elements as the rest of downtown Parker. Medium density downtown housing could include townhomes and duplexes, both for sale and for rent.

 Allie, can you break these up for the above uses?

Allie, can you break these up for the above uses?

Amenities for this site could include:

  • Plazas for lingering or outdoor seating

  • Designed open space that maintain the view corridor to downtown

  • Ample parking space

Public Input


Site Uses and Opportunities

Over a six week period we asked Council members, Parker residents, and Town employees what they wanted to see developed on this site in downtown Parker. 

Allie, let's include the graph from the Emerging Site here

And let's include the icons and big ideas from that sheet down here. 

Alignment between existing zoning, public Input and the market Analysis

Let's include the venn diagram here

Visual Preference Survey

To better understand what building style Parker residents want to see in Downtown, the community was encouraged to take a survey that showed possible options for different uses. Below are some options that were preferred by residents for this site. 

Vision Plan for Pine curve

After months of engagement, the Parker community can expect East Mainstreet to be transformed into a multi-functional space in the next few years. This space will incorporate...