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On the market for Dec. 7

Tom Ross

Remodels drive Steamboat permits

— Steamboat Springs saw just one building permit issued for a single-family home in October, but permits for alterations and additions hit double digits.

Homeowners may be making the most of the availability of contractors this fall, as 14 households undertook remodels with an aggregate value of $722,404. There was more single-family activity outside of Steamboat in October, when seven homes with an aggregate value of $2.83 million received permits.

In terms of dollar volume, four duplex units with an aggregate value of $4.34 million accounted for the largest share of construction in Steamboat during October.

The 467 inspections made that month is a figure that is down by more than 100 from the 592 inspections made in October 2007.

Drahota completes Village at Steamboat

Drahota announced this week that it has completed construction on the $38 million expansion of the Villages at Steamboat Springs, located near Pine Grove and Mount Werner roads. Construction on the 200,000 square-foot project began in 2006.

Drahota was joined on the project by Portland, Ore.,-based design team Ankrom Moisan.

The expansion of the multi-family timeshare resort includes 142 residential units in four three-story buildings, underground parking, an outdoor pool and barbecue area, two outdoor spas and one enclosed spa, a sports court, and a laundry and maintenance building. The existing reception building and clubhouse also were renovated.

The Villages at Steamboat Springs is part of the Trendwest Resort brand, a subsidiary of Wyndham Vacation Ownership, the world’s largest vacation ownership company. Wyndham Vacation Ownership serves more than 750,000 owners of vacation and other real estate properties in more than 140 locations spanning North America and the South Pacific regions.

Drahota has more than 35 years of commercial and residential construction experience in northern Colorado.

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