By changing the light configuration and geometry of the intersection of Pine Grove Road and U.S. Highway 40, the Colorado Department of Transportation and the city of Steamboat Springs are aiming to prevent tragedies like the death of Robert "Bob" Bear.
The ski area on Saturday is opening the Sundown and Elkhead lifts on Saturday, providing access to a number of new trails on Sunshine Peak.
All of the proposals would be funded from the tax increment financing that has been in use now for several years in the urban renewal area at the base of the ski area.
The new hotel would be built a short distance from Bob Amin’s existing Fairfield Inn across U.S. Highway 40 from the Steamboat Christian Center. And the new hotel won’t necessarily be branded a Marriott product.
It’s ironic that a perfectly timed powder dump makes a challenge to open Steamboat Ski Area. But the promise of untracked snow is always a boon to Wednesday’s Scholarship Day, the traditional opening of the ski area.
A Steamboat building contractor has confirmed his company will be building two homes at The Range in Wildhorse Meadows in the summer of 2015.
Standing next to a $6,000 bank of solar batteries in the mechanical room of a remote Routt County home, Tim McCarthy points out the connected monitoring system, explaining how the technology serves as the brains of the off-grid home.
Blue Sage Ventures recently closed on its $2.9 million purchase of Clock Tower Square and some adjacent property. Over the next few years, the developers have plans to spruce up the building and add new residences and commercial spaces around it.
Developer Curt Weiss has broken ground on 14 townhomes near the Walton Pond Apartments that originally were approved by the planning department in 2009.
Construction crews on Friday completed their final night of work on U.S. Highway 40 running through Steamboat Springs.
Although the project has been underway for seven weeks, motorists still are adjusting to signage posted by the contractor asking motorists to remain in two lanes until they reach the designated narrowing point, where they are asked to alternate.
The majority of Wildhorse Marketplace, including the buildings currently leased to Wildhorse Stadium Cinemas and Sports Authority as well as two undeveloped lots, has been sold for $17 million to a Steamboat Springs family's company.
A Steamboat Springs hedge fund has broken ground on a four-story office building with a restaurant in its first floor across from Trailhead Lodge and Wildhorse Meadows gondola.
Night road construction is slated to begin Tuesday on Lincoln Avenue on either side of downtown Steamboat Springs.
The concrete median itself isn’t flashy, but three electronic signs that are soon to be installed will change that.