Rounding up real estate
All the developers, all in one place at the same time
October 28, 2007
Steamboat SpringsSteamboat Springs — Yampa Valley residents have an opportunity Nov. 8 to hear from many of the big developers in Steamboat Springs, during the Real Estate Roundup and Expo hosted by Colorado Group Realty. — Yampa Valley residents have an opportunity Nov. 8 to hear from many of the big developers in Steamboat Springs, during the Real Estate Roundup and Expo hosted by Colorado Group Realty.
Steamboat Springs — Yampa Valley residents have an opportunity Nov. 8 to hear from many of the big developers in Steamboat Springs, during the Real Estate Roundup and Expo hosted by Colorado Group Realty.
Colorado Group’s Jim Cook is spearheading three of the developments going forward in downtown Steamboat Springs. Naturally, he’s on the panel, but he also has enlisted key figures from competing projects to speak about projects shaping Steamboat’s future.
Scheduled to appear are Brent Pearson of Wildhorse Meadows, Jeff Temple of Marabou, Gerry Engle from The Atira Group, David Burden of One Steamboat Place and Intrawest’s Doug Beall. Beall is taking a new position with the Steamboat Ski & Resort Corp.
Cook is involved in the Alpenglow, River Walk and Howelsen Place developments.
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Randall Hannaway, a broker/owner at Colorado Group Realty, said the event is intended to give residents an understanding of what is coming in the future.
“As Steamboat Springs is in the midst of one of its biggest building booms, we want to keep our community informed about what this means to them,” Hannaway said.
Beall said that in his new role in Steamboat, he would be involved with the ski resort’s growth as outlined in its master plan with the U.S. Forest Service.
“There are improvements being made to the ski mountain that will help Steamboat grow and develop as a world-class resort. I expect that will be reflected with changes in the base area,” Beall said.
Jon Wade, a broker/owner at Colorado Group, said he and his colleagues are hosting the event because one of their core values is bringing good information to the community.
“We are experiencing a rapid pace of change,” Wade said. “But we have to consider if we’re willing to accept some inconvenience to have a great building and a more vital downtown for the next 50 or 100 years. People may not realize that the exterior of Alpenglow (Sixth Street and Lincoln Avenue) will be mostly complete by the end of the year and then they’ll be working inside.”
The Real Estate Roundup and Expo is from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Nov. 8, at the ballroom of the Steamboat Grand Resort Hotel and Conference Center. After a briefing about the Yampa Valley real estate market, members of the panel will answer questions posed by a moderator.
The event also will allow attendees to speak informally with more than 30 local builders, architects, designers, engineers, title companies, financers, appraisers and planners.