Anglers 400 rental info release now Sept. 29

Work progresses at the Anglers 400 affordable housing project as shown on Aug. 25, 2023.
Eli Pace/Steamboat Pilot & Today

Overland Property Group — which is completing construction of the Anglers 400 affordable apartment complex in partnership with Yampa Valley Housing Authority — has announced a two-week delay for information for rental applications.

“Unfortunately, we aren’t quite ready to release information regarding the leasing process yet,” according to a Sept. 15 post on the Anglers Four Hundred Facebook page. “We are working hard to nail down all the details on the completion of construction timeline and all the dates and times for this leasing process. We apologize for the delay, but we’d rather take a little longer and be very accurate.”

In August, Overland Managing Partner Matt Gillam had named Sept. 15 as the release date for details on rentals of the 75-unit Anglers 400 complex, but that date has now been moved to Sept. 29. The owners are asking interested individuals to check the Anglers Four Hundred Facebook page on that new date for complete information on the application and leasing process and timing for the complex opening later in the fall.

The apartment complex located near McDonald’s will be pet friendly and include four one-bedroom units at approximately 650 square feet, 33 two-bedroom units at approximately 825 square feet, and 38 three-bedroom units at approximately 1,125 square feet.

This is the third affordable housing project as a collaboration between Overland and the housing authority that previously opened The Reserves on Elk River Road and Alpenglow Village next to Walgreens. Anglers 400 will rent 10 units at 30% Average Median Income for Steamboat Springs, 12 at 40% AMI, 11 at 50% AMI, 12 at 60% AMI, 18 at 70% AMI and 12 at 80% AMI.

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