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Parklets, commonly built up along public sideways and in old parking spaces, allow you to enjoy the outdoors while being protected by partial barriers. MODSTREET provides parklets of different sizes, shapes, and styles to suit your needs. Some of them include barricades, partial enclosures, and complete enclosures. So, whether it is a downtown eatery, bar, small business, retail store, or residential community, the company can provide you with anything you need.
The installation of the Durango, Colorado-based MODSTREET modular parklets is part of Colorado’s Revitalizing Main Streets Program. In March 2021, the state legislature allocated $30 million to this CDOT program. The goal is to implement transport-related projects that will improve safety and yield long-term benefits to community main streets.
During the pandemic, many communities allowed their local restaurants and retailers to expand on public streets. This response was very popular, and many want to see it continue. A recent survey by the National Restaurant Association found that 84% of all respondents want to continue on-street dining post-pandemic.
MODSTREET to Install 2 Modular Parklets in Berthoud, CO as Part of the Revitalizing Main Streets Program
In its relentless efforts to reshape the fabric of America’s downtowns, MODSTREET is all set to install two of its state-of-the-art modular parklets in Berthoud, CO. This project is a part of the Revitalizing Main Streets Program from Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT).
MODSTREET, a noted provider of unique, high quality, flexible, outdoor parklets and other modular products, has recently joined hands with Downtown Colorado, Inc. (DCI). As part of the DCI Placemaking challenge, the company’s modular parklets will be installed in the San Luis Valley.
CENTER — Downtown Colorado, Inc. (DCI) and Colorado Housing and Finance Authority (CHFA) are pleased to announce the San Luis Valley Creative Placemaking Challenge. The project will work with a variety of San Luis Valley partners including the towns of Antonito, Center, La Jara, and San Luis to create placemaking installations that invite ideas and entrepreneurial solutions from the people of the San Luis Valley.