Winter Park’s Hideaway Station gets Governor’s Award for best new downtown addition |

Winter Park’s Hideaway Station gets Governor’s Award for best new downtown addition

Winter Park Mayor Jimmy Lahrman, surrounded by the town council, cuts the ceremonial ribbon in front of the newly opened Fireside Market & Eatery in downtown Winter Park, on Dec. 14. The ceremony also included a ribbon cutting for Hideaway Place, the new 38-unit apartment complex situated behind the store, which opened its doors to new residents last month.
Courtesy / Kimberlee Karr |

Downtown Colorado, Inc., a nonprofit organization dedicated to revitalizing Colorado’s downtown districts, announced Wednesday that Winter Park’s newest housing and commercial space was one of the winners in this year’s Governor’s Awards for Downtown Excellence.

This year’s winners will be honored at the 2018 Governor’s Awards Ceremony, on April 13 at the Rembrandt Yard Art Gallery & Event Center in Boulder.

Since 2003, the Governor’s Awards have recognized outstanding projects and people in Colorado that demonstrate creativity in the face of enormous challenges, unlikely and enduring partnerships, and dedication to community.

Read more about Hideaway Station here:

A timeline of the project: New Hideaway Station, with market and apartments, gets ribbon cutting in Winter Park

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