Nestled against the breathtaking backdrop of Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park is one of Colorado’s most beloved destinations, drawing over 5 million visitors annually. This idyllic mountain town conjures images of glistening alpine lakes, abundant wildlife, and adventures in the great outdoors. At the heart of it all lies the lively downtown district, centered along the lively main street of Elkhorn Avenue.
Estes Park Area Commercial Property
With its endless parade of shops, restaurants, galleries, and attractions, downtown Estes invites exploration. Meander past historic buildings, peek in charming storefronts, sample local fare, or simply soak up the contagious energy. When the sun goes down, the nightlife scene beckons. This walkable hub effortlessly fuses small town character with big city amenities.
116 E Elkhorn
And now, you have a chance to own a piece of the action. These three premium commercial lots, totaling 0.24 acres, occupy an unbeatable location on the 100 block of Elkhorn. Positioned at the high-traffic eastern gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park, over 5 million potential customers pass by each year. Invest in Estes Park’s future with a development that complements the surroundings while catering to visitors and residents alike. With downtown’s vibrant culture and stunning natural setting, the possibilities are endless.
- 0.24 acres spanning 3 lots, 75 ft of frontage
- 5+ million annual visitors to Rocky Mountain National Park pass by
- Adjacent to public parking and downtown Riverwalk expansion
- Zoned Commercial – wide range of development opportunities
- Surrounded by shops, restaurants, attractions – high foot traffic
- In the hub of Estes Park’s lively downtown district
- Historic mountain town with abundant outdoor recreation
- Recent investments improving parking, walkability, access
- Opportunity Zone incentives – tax benefits for investors
- Limited vacant parcels available in coveted downtown area
- Iconic mountain views and small-town charm
- Endless potential to complement existing downtown culture