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Riverwalk Pedestrian Bridge in Castle Rock Raised

CASTLE ROCK—  Riverwalk, a $60 million mixed-use development in downtown Castle Rock, by developer Confluence Companies, recently celebrated an important milestone. On Veterans Day, the Riverwalk Pedestrian Bridge was raised.

The bridge is approximately 140 feet long and seven feet wide and weighs 32 tons. It connects from the Riverwalk South Building to the Riverwalk North Building pool deck and spans across Sellars Gulch, approximately 30 feet above the ground.

Riverwalk will include 230 apartment homes, 34,000 square feet of office space, and 14,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space. The development includes two blocks of downtown Castle Rock (bookending both sides of Sellars Gulch, along Wilcox Street). The development will also include 328 parking spaces dedicated to residents, office users, and visitors.

The South Building will be completed in February 2019 and the North in May 2019.

Residents will have direct access to 50 miles of trails for walking, running and biking at 19 near-by developed parks, including Festival Park, the result of a $7 million investment by the town of Castle Rock.

The development is also within walking distance of a number of restaurants, shops and entertainment options and is five minutes from the state-of-the-art Miller Activity Center.

Photos courtesy of Confluence Companies

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