June 2011

Found 4 blog entries for June 2011.

   I haven't verified this yet but I have heard twice this morning from credible sources that someone has negotiated for ownership control at One Steamboat Place.  I won't say who yet and this is not a done deal yet so take it for what it is worth.  I hope and it sounds like it is a capable party that can successfully take One Steamboat Place forward successfully. 

  Give me a call if you would like to know more about the One Steamboat Place Foreclosure process and how it may impact your property or present an opportunity going forward.  You can call me on my cell at 970-819-6930 or email to jon@TheSteamboatGroup.com.  When we see a real announcement I can provide more background for you and have you evaluate your options.  You can also search the

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Intrawest announced they have secured office space in Denver's LoDo area which makes thier move official in my mind.  Intrawest is currently based in Whistler and this move is part of the restructuring they have been making over the last couple of years.  I understand the business reasons for the move but I hope that it doesn't take the mothership's passion for life in a ski town out of the people.  I like the new corporate tagline of Creating the best memories again and again. I think it captures the goal of a resort company that wants to succeed by giving its guests the best experience and is very compatible with what people love about Steamboat.

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(Clearly all rights to this image belong to Intrawest)

  It is likely this move is also designed to

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Looking up toward Mt. Werner the snow still caps the top, but the warm weather over the past week has everyone out enjoying the other mountain in town.  Howelsen Hill has officially opened for mountain biking.  While there are still a few muddy sections that are marked as closed, a large portion of the mountain is open and ready for the summer season! 

We got out this morning before work for a quick ride, taking full advantage of the trails near town that are beginning to open.  We rode up the Lupine trail on the front of the mountain enjoying the great condition the trails were in. For our decent we decided to switch things up and went down Larry's and MGM, through the meadow and down to the base.  A beautiful morning and great to be out enjoying

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The town of Steamboat has put together and released today a fantastic mountain biking guide to show off many of the trails, roads, and share information about biking around Steamboat.  The communities first bike guide, this is seen by many as an important step in pushing forward for the Bike Town USA Initiative that seeks to establish Steamboat Springs as a world-class cycling destination.  The 88-page guide is the product of a partnership of Leadership Steamboat, the Bike Town USA Initiative, the Steamboat Pilot & Today and Explore Steamboat.

Looking through the guide it looks to be a fantastic resource for all those unfamiliar with Steamboat's fantastic trail system and those who are there are some great tips and fun articles about biking in Steamboat.

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