Posts Tagged ‘Burgess Creek’

2 Homes, 2 Styles, 1 Creek

Thursday, April 13th, 2017

2 Homes, 2 Styles, 1 Creek – Ready for 2 Buyers!

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In a quiet street just a short stroll to the Steamboat Ski Resort is Cascades at Eagle Ridge. An enclave of townhomes where you can enjoy privacy or conversation, where you can walk or bike to ski instead of drive, and where you can enjoy life all four seasons of the year. And with little turnover of home ownership, the time is now – we have just listed 2 very different styles of homes at Cascades. So sit back, imagine the soothings sounds of Burgess Creek, and enjoy the tour
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Rainier #2  - $629,000

4 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2 Car Garage

 

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Summer Reservations Heating Up in Steamboat Springs

Monday, March 19th, 2012

Summer Reservations Heating Up in Steamboat Springs

Word must be getting around that the Steamboat Springs ski mountain base area will soon be unveiling the new pedestrian promenade with Burgess Creek flowing through it. As reported in the Steamboat Today newspaper, Sheraton’s Director of Sales & Marketing is projecting the number of room nights driven by destination weddings will be up 22% this summer. In addition, revenues from convention groups are anticipated to increase around 18% as the nature of group bookings shifts from recreation oriented groups to corporations and professional associations holding multi-day meetings, trainings and conventions here.

Steamboat Today Photo of Promenade Development

Steamboat Today Photo of Promenade Development

Another potential positive is the news from Chris Diamond, Steamboat Ski Corp. President and COO, that his team is contemplating adding Thursday evenings for gondola operations to the current Friday and Saturday nights. This will mean more opportunities for dinners and special events on the mountain, and a chance for more people to enjoy sunsets and views of the Yampa Valley 2,000 feet below.

Steamboat Springs’ Mountain Base: New Look, New Season

Wednesday, October 12th, 2011

Steamboat Springs’ Mountain Base: New Look, New Season

For anyone who hasn’t been up to the Steamboat Springs mountain base recently, just wait until you see what they’ve been working on and how the landscape has changed. Depending on where you enter, you might be greeted by the new promenade walkway system that now directly connects the Torian Plum retail stores and restaurants to Gondola Square. The landscaping along the way is impressive and while it’ll be snow covered in the winter, it will be beautiful in the summer and fall.

Walkway from Gondola Square to Torian Plum

Walkway from Gondola Square to Torian Plum

Work is almost complete on the Burgess Creek water feature which will now surface in and around the mountain base at various points. This water feature will be a prominent focal point in the warmer months as it will surface above ground complete with a built in water fall and various small pool areas. In the winter it will be diverted back underground where it’s been flowing unseen for years.