A local economist and a ski shop executive are hopeful retailers will be able to fill the void left when Sports Authority closes its doors in Steamboat Springs.
Future unclear for building in Wildhorse Marketplace
Bankruptcy court documents show Sports Authority will be closing all its stores, including its location in Steamboat Springs at Wildhorse Marketplace.
With major construction projects going on between Yampa Street and at Central Park, things will be a bit challenging for locals and visitors alike. Add the joy of the Colorado Highway 9 roadwork, and a drive to and from the Front Range this year may test the patience of everyone.
Visitors who have a hard time finding a close place to park in downtown Steamboat Springs this summer could have a new, fun way to zip to and from a satellite lot or catch a ride for 10 blocks.
Main Street seeks ambassadors to assist Steamboat visitors
Main Street Steamboat Springs is seeking volunteers for a new downtown ambassador program that will place walking, talking information booths in the city's commercial center.
Some Steamboat Springs liquor store owners are supportive of a bill that would slowly phase in full-strength alcohol sales at grocery stores, but one Craig business owner thinks it's a raw deal.
A Steamboat Springs attorney is helping shape a game-changing liquor bill being considered by legislators in Denver that would allow full strength beer, wine and liquor sales in grocery stores.
Real estate transactions for April 28 to May 5, 2016
An 87-room suite-style hotel could be the newest addition to U.S. Highway 40’s hotel row on the southern edge of Steamboat Springs.
According to national news reports, debt-saddled Sports Authority is now considering closing all 467 of its stores after abandoning a plan to reorganize under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
The units sold last week closed for between $610,000 and $639,000, and the unit under construction is on sale for $629,900.
Real estate transactions for April 14 to 21, 2016
As the seasons change, so do activities. I plan on making the “Steamboat Shuffle” to put the winter toys, gear and snow blower away and bring the summer gardening, camping and fishing equipment out. I’m sure many of you will soon be doing the same. Here at the Chamber, we’re busy preparing, too.
60-unit downtown apartment building earns 2nd approval
The 60-unit apartment building proposed for the corner of 12th Street and Lincoln Avenue narrowly made it through a second date with the city's planning commission on Thursday night with an updated exterior design plan.
The subdivision’s history, in many ways, represents a microcosm of the Steamboat real estate market through the past dozen years, said real estate broker Chris Wittemyer, who represented the More family, the original developers, and Gibraltar Residential in transactions throughout the years.