Guide for relocation to Steamboat Springs, CO

Housing developments

Theres no better barometer of the local building climate than recent housing developments taking shape in the region.

A host of new apartment and other housing projects are coming online in the market,says Doug Labor of Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty. Its refreshing for the marketplace.

The Sunray Meadows condominiums, where two-bedroom units have matured into a neighborhood that includes many full-times residents.

The Sunray Meadows condominiums, where two-bedroom units have matured into a neighborhood that includes many full-times residents.

A rundown of recent projects include: 

* A Boulder developer has plans to build 64 one- and two-bedroom apartments on 3.5 acres on the west side of town. Elk River Apartments would include 28 garages, surface parking and indoor and outdoor community areas. I think well appeal to people looking to come to Steamboat,says developer Steve LeBlang. Its the perfect location for multi-family housing. 

* The Yampa Valley Housing Authority and Overland Property Group is building 48 affordable two- and three-bedroom apartments on Steamboats west side. The apartments will be on 10 acres YVHA owns on lower Elk River Road. Itll be a high-quality project for a reasonable price,says Housing Authority Executive Director Jason Peasley.

  • Local developer Curt Weiss recently completed 14 townhomes near the Walton Pond Apartments, adding additional housing to the market. He has plans to rent some and sell others.
  • Steamboat Crossings South, a 180-unit residential development near Walgreens, is in the works by developer Michael Hurley. It will include 11 four-story residential buildings on the 6.73-acre lot in a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom residences, to be constructed in phases.
  • A pair of market-rate apartment projects are proposed for downtown, adding 94 units to the market. Developer Jeff Pullmans Passive House Apartments will be a net zero energy buildingwith 52 studio, one- and two-bedroom units north of Weiss Drive. Developer Eric C. Rogers has proposed another project at 1125 Lincoln Ave., including 42 one-bedroom, two-bedroom and alcove apartments, as well as retail space fronting Lincoln Avenue.
  • New residences continue to be built in the mixed-use, master planned community of Wildhorse Meadows, led by Flat Tops at Wildhorse Meadows, Steamboats only resort residential community with gondola access to the Steamboat Ski Resort. Homeowners, selecting from an eventual 21 two- to five-bedroom, single-family floor plans, will have access to such amenities as a 25-meter lap pool, grotto hot tubs, fitness center, game room and gondola to the ski area base. Homestead at Wildhorse recently completed its first phase of five three- and four-bedroom residences in two buildings, with full build-out tallying 17 residences in five buildings. The 30,000-square-foot, four-story Deer Park Road Corp. headquarters is also slated for completion this year, including a new restaurant on its ground floor.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *