So far, Yampa Street construction has impacted one business, but the owner remains optimistic.
Steamboat Springs High School students, under the direction of industrial arts teacher Dusty Dike, are finishing up their seventh “tiny home” build.
Construction on Yampa Street will ramp up this week, with some closures beginning Monday.
Decade-old live-work plan resurfaces
It was originally in 2005 that Steamboat Today reported new industrial sites in Steamboat Springs were scarce and that only a few lots remained in the fourth and final phase of the Copper Ridge Business Park.
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.
As one of the first steps of the project, YVMC Foundation has partnered with CCS Fundraising to conduct a philanthropic campaign feasibility and planning study.
The Steamboat Ski Area's plan to build a new mountain coaster and mini-golf course at the base of Mount Werner had a mostly smooth ride Tuesday at a city planning commission meeting.
Resort Ventures West Principle Brent Pearson said one of the goals of the developers is to deliver “an appropriately-sized" single-family home that is efficient and doesn’t include too much costly space.
Steamboat Ski Area pass holders who had their weekend biking and jogging plans ruined by the spring snowstorm have an alternative option if they don't mind driving a bit.
City Council explores ideas for funding city services
Councilman Tony Connell wants to ask the electorate in November to approve a tax on lift tickets sold at the Steamboat Ski Area to help pay for the local public transportation system, as well as new amenities, such as a teen center, that are geared toward youth.
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 timing of the whistle sounds at the base area is still to be determined, but they would likely occur around the end of the ski day.
Officials at the Routt County Regional Building Department are promoting a series of free trainings for Yampa Valley construction professionals in preparation for the county’s proposed move to updated building codes later this year.
The growing trend of climbing on skis for one sweet downhill slide
When Susie and Paxton Jones agreed to a Valentine’s lunch date last month, counting calories wasn’t a consideration. By the time they had reached the dining room at Four Points Lodge high on the Steamboat Ski Area, the couple had climbed almost 2,700 feet of vertical.
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.