Business briefs: Rocky Peak Village sells 5th of newly built duplexes |

Business briefs: Rocky Peak Village sells 5th of newly built duplexes

— The fifth of the newly built duplexes in Rocky Peak Village recently sold for $495,000, according to a news release.

The second phase of Rocky Peak Village broke ground in 2012.

The release states that there is a three-bedroom, 3.5-bath duplex available for $485,000, and construction is underway on two more units with completions slated for summer.

The release states that builders Kim and Peter Kreissig are encouraged by the forward movement.

“It is refreshing to be able to build as-needed for the market demand,” RE/MAX Partners broker/owner Kim Kreissig said in the release. “After having made it through the difficult economic times, we are seeing renewed interest in new construction. We are committed to bring quality and efficiency to our customers.”

Obermeyer ranked among top financial advisors by Barron’s

Obermeyer Asset Management president Wally Obermeyer was ranked among Barron’s 2014 top advisors, according to a news release.

Obermeyer was ranked No. 2 in Colorado, the release states.

According to the release, this is the first year Barron’s has included registered investment advisors eligible for inclusion in its list.

“We are pleased that Barron’s has expanded the state rankings to include RIAs,” Obermeyer said in the release. “I am honored that we are in a leading position within Colorado, and on behalf of our team, want to thank our clients for their ongoing partnership and support.”

Obermeyer Asset Management has offices in Aspen and Denver and represents about $925 million in assets.

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