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.
Steamboat technology professionals are tapping into an industry that’s now influencing how homes are built, sold and occupied, and some believe it’s only a matter of time before forms of home automation make their way into every residence in the country.
Plans to convert classic electrical co-op building to residential, commercial space go to city of Steamboat
"The YVEA deal is largely a renovation that under-develops the site. To see real development projects emerge, there will need to be an investment into infrastructure.” – Steve Shelesky, Blue Sage Ventures
Steamboat Springs School District officials are hoping to receive substantial community input on three options for school construction under consideration to address increasing enrollment.
Community members can learn more about the specifics of the project at the Steamboat Springs City Council meeting on Tuesday night.
Construction is abuzz in the Wildhorse Meadows area of Mount Werner, where five residences are nearing completion and a massive office building is beginning to take shape.
Members of the Steamboat Springs School District’s four master planning committees met Thursday evening to formulate a wish list of facilities improvements for district buildings.
The entrance to Elk River Apartments would be on the north side of U.S. Highway 40 directly opposite from the highway’s intersection with Curve Court. The latter runs between Cook Chevrolet & Subaru and the Steamboat Pilot & Today building.
After historically low January snowfall totals, winter finally returned to Steamboat over the weekend.
A former Steamboat Springs resident and developer has proposed building a 180-unit condominium development along Highway 40, just south of Pine Grove Road and the old Staples building.
Innovative new design will maximize space and views, minimize stairs
A new three-unit residential development near the base of Steamboat Ski Area will offer private, single-level floor plans stacked atop each other, a design yet to be seen in Steamboat.
The company's net loss was $31.1 million, down from $122.2 million during the same quarter in 2013. Revenue in the quarter increased from $102.1 million in 2013 to $120.8 million last year.
Today Steamboat Springs has one major ski resort. It didn’t always appear that would be the way it is, however. Several other ski resorts have come and gone in Steamboat Springs and Routt County in the last 60 years. At one time they were a part of big plans by city officials, by real estate developers and by eager skiers. Today, all but one are lost in the snow.
Cell phone charging stations at Thunderhead Lodge and Wi-Fi connections on gondola cars in Vail would have seemed silly, even ridiculous, a decade ago. Not anymore.
While initially more expensive to build than a conventional home, a passive house utilizes passive solar design, super insulation and mechanical ventilation to ultimately create a space that most homeowners say is worth the extra initial cost.