Terminal East: The Final Phase of Hideaway Station – Condos from the mid $400s


New contemporary, expertly crafted condominiums in the center of downtown Winter Park. Located on hundreds of miles of biking and ski trails with easy access to legendary Fraser River fishing and Winter Park Resort, Hideaway Station is the perfect home for four-season adventurers and families alike. Put your head where your heart already is — at Hideaway Station in Winter Park.

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Announcing: Terminal East – The Newest Phase of Hideaway Station

30+ new construction condos now for sale with quartz kitchen counters, premium cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, in-floor radiant heating, 8′ glass sliding doors and energy efficiency built in at every opportunity. Plus, Terminal East features underground parking garage, an elevator and a shared hot tub. These condos not only offer great amenities on the inside, but within walking distance are 20+ restaurants and 50+ retail stores. Hope you’re ready to have fun!

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Condominiums From Phase I Are Sold Out!

Hideaway Station Winter Park Condo RenderingThe first phase at Hideaway Station, now sold out – Terminals North & South – provide all the benefits of an urban location with the comforts of contemporary mountain living. Each condo offers a thoughtfully designed kitchen, open living and dining spaces with fireplaces, and access to balconies offering scenic views of the Continental Divide and Winter Park Resort. Plus, you have the assurance that this community is carefully planned by local Colorado developers.

In the Heart of Winter Park

Right on Main Street, Hideaway Station is just where you want to be — in the middle of it all. Restaurants, bowling/movie theater, coffee shops, Hideaway Park (where all the concerts happen!) and more surround you. We even have our own Fireside Market which offers a full grocery store, quick-service food options and last-minute supplies.

Winter Park – Just Over
60 Miles West of Denver

It’s so easy and quick to get to Winter Park. Your hideaway is up I-70 and over scenic Berthoud pass; no need to go through Eisenhower Tunnel. Plus you can take the ski train straight from Denver’s Union Station — the only ski area serviced by a train.


Winter Park In the News

  • Simply the Best

    Surrounded by over 765,000 acres of public lands, Winter Park is an adventure basecamp -- and you don't have to brave the soul-sucking, slow drive through Eisenhower Tunnel traffic to reach it. Of course, the beloved ski, snowboard and downhill mountain bike resort stands out as the crown jewel here, but you can find any adventure you seek surround the mountain, too. Fly fishing, backcountry touring, Nordic schussing, trail running, sport climbing, backcountry huts--that ability to access easy adventure made Winter Park a big winner in the eyes of our readers.

    Elevation Outdoors
  • Adventure Town USA

    Winter Park crushed 37 other towns vying for the honor, earning the coveted title on the strength of its year-round adventure activities. Receiving specific mention was Winter Park's status as Mountain Bike Capital USA and its 600 miles of mountain bike trails, as well as the other 3,000 acres of world-class skiing and snowboarding terrain at Winter Park Resort. To be the Top Adventure Town in a state full of adventure, the full spectrum of outdoor activities needs to be encapsulated, and with back country skiing on Berthoud Pass, fly-fishing the Fraser River or just enjoying a free concert in Hideaway Park, Winter Park easily fits the bill.

    Sky-Hi News
  • An Adventure Basecamp

    Citing the popular ski spot's proximity to fly fishing, sport climbing, its 600 miles of bike trails and its 2,20 feet of vertical drop, the Colorado sports magazine called Winter park "an adventure basecamp." The area is easily accessible from Denver, especially now that Amtrak's Winter Park Express ski train is back. Other reasons given for Winter Park's ranking include: The opening of Crazy Mountain Brewery, Tommelfest Nordic Ski Festival at Devil's Thumb Ranch, Trestle Bike Park, Berthoud Pass, and Power Addiction Cat Skiing.

    Denver Business Journal