Steamboat Springs Denver law firm acquires local office
Sherman & Howard L.L.C., Denver's oldest and third largest law firm has absorbed the attorneys and staff of another leading Denver firm, Cage Williams, PC, and with them the latter's Steamboat Springs office.
Cage Williams employed 14 attorneys and 12 staff members. The firm has had an office at 1120 South Lincoln Ave. in Steamboat.
Attorney Alan Keeffe, now with Sherman & Howard, works in the Steamboat office. He advises businesses, banks, real estate and resort developers, contractors and other businesses. His office can be reached at 879-6770.
Sherman & Howard was established in 1892 and now has 163 attorneys. The firm works on behalf of business clients.
Sherman & Howard also maintains offices in Colorado Springs, Reno, Nev., Las Vegas and Phoenix.
Don and Connie Livengood of Steamboat Springs will introduce their nutritional supplement company, Live-N-Good NI LLC to the community at a reception at Howelsen Hill on Monday.
Hayden Chiropractor Michele McAvoy will be the guest speaker, 7 p.m. in Olympian Hall. There will be a ribbon cutting ceremony at 5 p.m.
Live-N-Good markets PowerMight Energizer, a vitamin supplement, meal replacement, weight loss management system.
Valley View aims
for phase two
Listing Realtor Bobby Aldighieri of Prudential Steamboat Realty said the pace of sales at the live/work Valley View Business Park in Hayden has prompted the developers to launch phase two.
Aldighieri said four of the six units in phase one were placed under contract within a span of three days.
Aldighieri said the business model of combining a residence with business space has enjoyed a strong response in Steamboat Springs in part because of the scarcity of undeveloped real estate.
Aldighieri said the average real estate sales price in Hayden grew from $111,602 in 2006 to $204,450 in 2007.