300 Main

300 Main was arguably the largest speculative project in the history of Teton Valley...

300 Main was arguably the largest speculative project in the history of Teton Valley:  a 400,000 square foot development next to Broulim’s, with 292 underground parking spaces, 19 buildings, 5 restaurants, and 199 housing units. After the beloved Butler house and "Butler Trees" that were located onsite were bulldozed preemptively, the property has been sitting vacant and been for sale for almost 15 years. The southern half of this development is very sensitive and has been  identified by Teton County as wetlands and Songbird/Raptor breeding and wintering habitat. Once all extensions expired at the end of 2019 we partnered with the owner/developers of the 300 Main project to untangle entitlements from 2006. In doing so, we were able to pay the vacation fees to the City of Driggs who, in turn, unanimously voted to vacate the plat on March 2, 2021.

With the slate wiped clean, something fresh and new can be creatively done with this precious piece of downtown land. #partnerships matter.

Contact

Niki Richards, Executive Director
(208) 354-1707
285 East Little Avenue
PO Box 1164
Driggs, ID 83422

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