Seldom does the opportunity arise to become an owner in a mixed-use commercial development in the Jackson Hole Wyoming market area.
With only 2% of the land in Teton County Wyoming available for private ownership, commercially- zoned property is a rare and valuable asset.
So rare in fact, that in the town of Jackson, retail per-foot rental rates rival those on Madison Avenue in New York, because of the ever-growing number of residents as well as annual visitors to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.
Scarce land and high real estate costs translate into an even higher cost of living. This explains why Jackson Hole has historically had the highest concentration of wealthy individuals on a per-capita basis in the U.S. These trends are forcing businesses to move to more affordable locations, to better serve their growing customer base.
The roots of Trail Creek Crossing reach deep into a mountain of market research that has been used to create buildings of stunning form and functionality, at an affordable price.