Bella Vista Estate, a popular multi-family vacation rental, event and wedding destination on Rabbit Ears Pass, is on the market for $3.95 million.
Connor Young has joined Steamboat Digital as a digital advertising consultant.
A new development of 14 townhomes beside the Walton Ponds has hit the market, with units retailing for $389,000 each.
Tim Boehm has joined the Colorado Group Realty team. He is the newest associate, which includes a group of more than 60 owners and associates.
Matt Kaufmann has joined the Colorado Group Realty team.
City Council president proposes test run of downtown meters
Because city officials predict a downtown infrastructure improvement project could erase approximately 17 parking spaces, City Council President Walter Magill is floating the idea of testing out paid parking as early as this summer.
The former Yampa Valley Electric Association headquarters on Yampa Street is the newest property listed on the city’s register of historic places.
Paul Weese has joined the Colorado Group Realty team. He is the newest associate, which includes a group of over 60 owners and associates.
Demolition makes way for revitalization on Yampa Street
An old Yampa Street home was demolished this week to make way for a modern, three-story multi-use building.
Employers can help their chances by making workers feel valued
Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. representatives hit the road to Yellowstone, Glacier and Denali national parks to recruit workers coming off summer jobs in the parks for winter seasonal work at the ski area.
The allure of tiny homes and small building is catching the attention of developers and builders in Steamboat Springs. They are asking themselves whether building small could be the answer to Steamboat’s ongoing affordable housing challenges.
Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty has added five new real estate brokers to support their overall objective to increase innovation and experience within their SSIR broker family, according to a news release.
Jake Drury and his family are the first residents of the Captain Jack subdivision, and they've told city officials they often find it hard to sleep due to the noise coming from the snow dump in their backyard.
A recent Routt County business study and our own membership survey identified the most troublesome issue here, namely, the availability of a workforce and housing for employees.
Living large on one level
The new Edgemont project represents a change from the original permit, which allowed for a pair of duplexes on the steep building site where the new project would be built.