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.
“The city can't be the only partner, and there's gotta be a better way to fund it,” Counciwoman Kathi Meyer said Tuesday as the Steamboat Springs City Council weighed a $100,000 request from the Chamber to fund a group sales program in the city. “Shouldn't this (group sales) position be funded by all the groups who benefit? If the Chamber truly believes this will be good for business, there should be a lot of skin in the game from a lot of entities.”
The award was presented at the network’s Annual Awards Gala Feb. 25 at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach. The event was part of LeadingRE’s Conference Week, which has attracted an audience of nearly 2,500 real estate professionals from 25 countries.
The Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association is again asking the Steamboat Springs City Council to contribute money to a program that aims to lure more group conferences to the city.
Spring skiing is here, and the next two weekends will celebrate the 2015-16 ski season with a variety of events on the mountain for all to enjoy.
The developer of The Porches luxury residences on Indian Summer Drive is using a new approach to lure in prospective Steamboat second homeowners — half-ownership.
Similar ride in Ontario reaches 26 mph
The mountain coaster, which runs on a fixed rail, would tentatively follow a course that mirrors a portion of the Christie Peak Express six-passenger chairlift line.
Buyers interested in Seventh Street site, 90-day extension for Overlook sought
A real estate broker Monday told the Steamboat Springs School Board that two people are interested in purchasing the district’s Seventh Street site.
The owner of Steamboat’s Holiday Inn has purchased a four-acre lot roughly across U.S. Highway 40 from the hotel and is considering the possibilities of developing a new hotel on the site.
Program Manager Lisa Popovich said during the team's visit that she is looking forward to Main Street adopting a strategy that is more project driven than it has been in the past.