the mountain hive
Whether new to the Valley, or a seasoned local, the mtn hive will enable quality mountain living by introducing an inspired and turnkey workforce housing solution.
Proposed in Edwards, the mtn hive takes the widely accepted and international concept of coliving and applies it to the unique needs of Eagle County’s mountain resort residents. The project provides fully furnished private units with ample access to shared amenities and common spaces such as: a fitness center with classes, bike and ski storage with tuning spaces, curated lounges, a mini market, shared gourmet kitchens, a laundromat, and coworking nooks. The mtn hive will offer a community-oriented space to meet and interact with others who share a passion for the mountain lifestyle.
Two years of research went into designing the ideal mtn hive unit layouts. With all of our research and planning, rest assured that units have everything you need and nothing that you don’t.
- Fully furnished with Murphy beds to maximize space
- Private bathrooms
- Maximized cubic feet of storage
- All utilities, Wifi, & cable included
- Smart home technology
- Single & Double occupancy units available
How we use space is incredibly important. So important that the project leader went and lived in numerous coliving facilities around the globe in an effort to bring residents a highly functional and enjoyable use of space unlike anything in Eagle County.
- 263 Private Units
- Shared gourmet kitchens and lounges
- Onsite fitness center
- Regularly programmed events
- Event space and resident bar
- Dedicated bike and ski tuning and storage
- Coworking spaces
- Additional personal storage
- Gear sharing program
- Onsite parking
The mtn hive team spent countless hours on several iterations of site layouts for this project. After considering neighbors, traffic, site, and building and land use codes, the mtn hive sits as a kinked, single-building design, in the Edwards core with a landscaped buffer zone between the project and neighboring residential properties.
- Building design and orientation minimize visual impacts
- Building positioned closer to Edwards Core to minimize impacts to existing residential properties
- Improved landscaping in congruence with native vegetation
- Located on major public transit routes
- Road and access improvements through a new roundabout
- High walkability and bikeability