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Sunlight project to add 92 single-family lots to market

A local partnership recently broke ground on a new residential subdivision that will eventually create 92 single-family home lots on a 54-acre parcel within city limits, bordering the Steamboat Springs Cemetery.

The subdivision will comprise several lot sizes in different phases, with many priced within a range designed to support local working households.

For many local employers, real estate is the most important factor in drawing new talent to town,says partner Tom Fox.

Five of the six members of the partnership in the new Sunlight residential subdivision.

Five of the six members of the partnership in the new Sunlight residential subdivision.

Some of the smallest lots will be clustered near the subdivisions center, which features a traditional neighborhood design with rear-loading garages on alleys.

The partners, who built a 2,500-foot road and purchased and annexed smaller parcels to access the property, hope the lots will facilitate affordable home building for local families. The project strives to appeal to various market segments, including move-up buyers with children who need more room, longtime residents who are now empty-nesters, location-neutral workers and young professionals seeking more space.

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