Dillon's planning commission will consider an application to rezone six acres of land beside the Dillon Ridge shopping center to accommodate a new development that could include a Harley Davidson motorcycle shop, a Chili's restaurant and an Aveda spa, said developer Jim Walsh.
"We're very close to hammering out a deal with all three companies, and we haven't even put a shovel in the ground yet," said Walsh, who is partnering with local developers Mark and Dan McCrerey for the project.
Walsh is applying to rezone the land from mixed use to planned unit development. It sits off Dillon Ridge Road near the Blockbuster and is known as the Ptarmigan Trails Estates.
The first phase of the project proposes an approximately 25,000-square-foot retail building that would house Harley Davidson and Aveda if negotiations pan out with those companies. The Chili's would be next to the Comfort Suites, and would be constructed by the company under a potential lease agreement with the developers.