On the Market
Tom Ross' On the Market column appears Sundays in the Real Estate section of the Steamboat Pilot & Today. Contact him at 871-4205 or e-mail tross@SteamboatToday.com
Steamboat Springs Mark Scully — managing director of Green Courte Partners LLC, the developer of Howelsen Place and Alpen Glow in downtown Steamboat Springs — has announced that the Prudential Steamboat Realty team of Colleen de Jong, Michelle Garner and Barkley Robinson has been engaged as the exclusive listing brokers for Howelsen Place and Alpen Glow lofts and townhomes.
“We continue to expand our relationship with the Steamboat brokerage community,” Scully said. “I am excited to have Colleen, Michelle and Barkley join our in-house team of Judy Wagar and Cheri Scully at Howelsen Place and Alpen Glow. Their broad experience working with all of the brokers in Steamboat and passion for the downtown Steamboat lifestyle is evident in every conversation.”
Scully said the brokers will rotate through floor duty in the recently remodeled office next to Quiksilver in the Howelsen Place commercial spaces on Lincoln Avenue.
“We look forward to working with the entire Steamboat brokerage community. These award-winning projects represent the future of Steamboat and its commitment to downtown, year-round, walkable lifestyles,” de Jong added.
Scully also announced an increase in the availability of nightly and seasonal rental units at Howelsen Place and Alpen Glow.
“The rental income has far exceeded our expectations,” he said. “These numbers are compelling for future owners, especially when combined with our low HOA dues. These rentals also introduce prospective buyers to these unique, custom homes at Howelsen Place and Alpen Glow.”
Building permit is issued for a house at Marabou
Marabou Ranch Preservation Subdivision west of Steamboat Springs appears poised for a new home construction start.
Building permits have been issued, and Amaron-Folkestad Construction is the general contractor for a home on Cowboy Up Road with a $1.75 million permit value and a detached garage at the same address valued at $45,000.
The home would be built on a nine-acre lot at Marabou.