Local developers have purchased 34 previously unsold lots in Hayden’s Dry Creek Village subdivision, with plans to begin building as many as 10 homes on speculation this spring.
Johan Monsen and Ulf Clacton of Swed Properties, working with Ski Town Commercial, hope to deliver a community of small manufactured single-family homes to the market by late summer 2018.
The developers who were planning to build a controversial 14-unit condominium project on Burgess Creek Road near the base of Steamboat Ski Area have scaled back their plans.
The 15,000-square-foot building on Mid Valley Drive next to Walgreens has been vacant since May 2014, when Staples vacated the space with two years remaining on its lease.
Soda Mountain Construction owner Chris Rhodes took a chance when he set out to build a 4,000-square-foot spec home on Ridge Road in 2012.
A development of more than 40 micro-apartments and eight offices behind Safeway could soon enter the city of Steamboat Springs’ planning process, according to a pre-application filed in early December.
The site of the proposed Fox Grove subdivision abuts the north side of Fish Creek Falls Road on the northeast corner of its intersection with Steamboat Boulevard.
Steamboat Ski Area announced Monday morning it had opened the gondola and Heavenly Daze trail, affording 2,000 feet of vertical.
Bolstered by clear weather, construction crews are nearing the finish line on the first phase of the major improvement project in downtown Steamboat Springs.
Continuing Monday, Oct. 31, Yampa Street will be closed to vehicular traffic between Sixth and Eighth streets, including the Sixth and Seventh street intersections.
Helicopter pilot Brian Jorgenson spends most of his summer nights on the road, and most of his summer days in the air working for some of skiing's top-level lift manufactures.
With work scheduled to be completed on the Yampa Street improvements next year, the group wants to tackle another downtown eyesore.
An under-construction home on Amethyst Drive is on its way to becoming the county’s first certified passive house under both American and European standards.
Routt County Regional Building Official Ben Grush said in summer 2015 that his department would soon decide whether to move forward toward adoption of the 2015 International Energy Conservation Code.
Fueled by 13 $1million home starts, numerous six-figure remodels and a handful of big institutional building projects, this construction season is putting up numbers like the Yampa Valley hasn’t seen since the boom years of almost a decade ago.