Three of the nine lots, zoned for industry use but feasible for some forms of housing, have been sold and a fourth is under contract.
Developer Stacey Bumgarner said the new building, which broke ground on Steamboat's west side, could be the first of several more to be developed completing the West End Plaza office park.
Jacques Lemarie may have more copies of old newspapers in his house than anyone else in Routt County.
Expert Adam Cohen predicted to Steamboat Springs Planning Commission that Passive House Apartments, when complete, would garner national attention as a rare example of a market driven development with net-zero energy use.
Steamboat Springs Fire Rescue headed up the mountain around 4:20 p.m. to help a 55-year-old man who had possibly broken his neck in a mountain bike crash on the advanced Flying Diamond trail.
A rare glimpse for the public into seven luxury homes is offered this Saturday as part of the ninth annual Colorado Group Realty Parade of Homes.
Just three months remain for Steamboat Springs School District officials to make their case for why the community should support a bond measure to fund a new high school and capital upgrades that come with a price tag in excess of $90 million.
Just days after the 101-year-old Workman house was relocated via a truck to South Routt, another historic Steamboat home is being offered for free to anyone willing to pay the costs to move it.
Plans for a 180-unit residential development near Walgreens have undergone some building and design modifications as a result of the city’s planning process.
The city of Steamboat and Routt County processed building permits valued at $86,497 — 785 in 2014 — far below the peak years of 2007 ($250.7 million) and 2008 ($333.7 million).
The era of fumbling through jackets and layers to find and display that ski pass to a lift agent at the Steamboat Ski Area is over.
Steamboat’s Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing Rob Perlman has been promoted to president and chief operating officer of Steamboat Ski & Resort Corp. effective July 1.
Board shows preference for new high school, leaves all options on the table
Members of the Steamboat Springs School Board are showing preference for an option to build a new high school, but aren’t taking any of the five options for school construction off the table just yet.
A new option to construct a high school on a 70-acre property on the western edge of town was revealed to community members during the latest Steamboat Springs School District facilities meeting Monday night.
An investment banker Tuesday revealed preliminary tax impacts for using a bond referendum to fund options for new school construction under consideration by the Steamboat Springs School District.