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Real estate transactions for January 1 to 8, 2015

Real estate transactions for January 1 to 8, 2015

Business briefs: CGR realtor earns new designation

Joy Rasmussen, Broker/Owner of Colorado Group Realty in Steamboat Springs, has been awarded the prestigious Certified Residential Specialist Designation by the Council of Residential Specialists.

Business briefs: Asbury joins RE/MAX Partners Steamboat

Steve Asbury has joined RE/MAX Partners Steamboat as a real estate broker.

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Routt County's $540.2 million in real estate volume through November easily surpasses all of 2013

There is a three-month supply of single-family homes in downtown Steamboat Springs where 12 listings are active and the median price last year for homes was $538,750 at an average price per square foot of $339 for typically smaller homes

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Steamboat Ace Hardware manager pedals to retirement

On Tuesday afternoon, it was very clear that Scott Schlapkohl will be missed by the Steamboat Springs Ace Hardware community.

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Brewers in Steamboat Springs driven by passion and love of craft

The addition of Butcherknife and the Storm Peak brewing companies has marked an explosion of craft beer businesses in Steamboat Springs. It's true that both offer their own variety of beer, but inside the walls of these local business’ the passion for the craft of brewing beer is a shared love.

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Sundance Studio doubles in size, adds wellness rooms

Sundance Studio is taking over the space next door to their facility in Sundance Plaza, doubling the yoga and fitness studio’s size and adding a more comprehensive wellness center.

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Chief Theater building sells to longtime supporters for $1.45 million

The sale will allow the Chief to remain in operation without the organization worrying about whether it would be able afford its monthly mortgage payment, said executive director Scott Parker.

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167 acres west of Steamboat sells for $2.1 million

The property at 22695 W. Highway 40 is west of Steamboat and includes both sides of a two-thirds acre stretch of the Yampa River.

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Steamboat Board of Realtors gears up for 26th annual Community Christmas Dinner

Organizers with the Steamboat Springs Board of Realtors’ annual Community Christmas Dinner are seeking more volunteers and hoping to spread the word about the free public event.

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New economic forecast predicts big job growth for Colorado

The assessment led by economist Richard Wobbekind concludes that in terms of job growth, 2013, 2014 and 2015 will "be the three best years for the state since the start of the century."

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Steamboat Springs local's passion leads to new clothing business

Steamboat Springs local Melissa Dow recently started One Leaf, a company that specializes in handmade women's clothing for layering, with the idea that women sometimes want a little extra coverage.

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New parking enforcement technology tested in Steamboat's downtown business district

"It was actually very encouraging," Public Works Director Chuck Anderson told the Steamboat Springs City Council about his test drive with license plate reading technology that would aim to improve parking enforcement downtown and turn over more spaces for people who want to shop and eat there.

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The Victorian bed and breakfast boasts rich history

The large Victorian house has a rich, storied history that dates back to 1880, when a judge in Kansas built the roughly 4,000 square-foot structure.

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Butcherknife Brewing Co. expanding to more taps in Routt County and beyond

From the base of Hahn's Peak to the bars in the neighborhood of Coors Field in Denver, more and more people in Colorado are now able to grab a cold pint of Butcherknife beer and learn about an up and coming brewery in Steamboat Springs.