On the Market: Vernon Monger receives Utah building accolades
Steamboat Springs native Vernon Monger recently was awarded the Building Division Project Manager of the Year award by the Utah Chapter of the Associated General Contractors.
Monger has worked for Okland Construction, Utah’s largest general contractor, for 32 years. He currently is completing a $330 million St. Regis Hotel in Park City, Utah.
Previous projects Monger has worked on include Tempe Center for the Arts and ASU Student Athletic Complex in Tempe, Ariz.; the Gateway Shopping Mall and the Salt Lake County Adult Detention Facility in Salt Lake City; the LDS Temples in Bountiful and American Fork Utah; and the Cliff Lodge at Snowbird, Utah.
Monger is a graduate of Steamboat Springs High School and Colorado State University and is the son of Evelyn and the late Lloyd Monger. He and his wife, Mikki, live in Bountiful, Utah.
3 mountain resort homes on auction block
The Denver office of real estate auctioneer Sheldon Good & Co. will include resort homes in Keystone, Breckenridge and Arrowhead in the March 19 auction of seven properties.
The Vail Daily reported Thursday that the auction is part of a liquidation required by the Chapter 7 bankruptcy of a members-only destination club called High Country Club.
According to Sheldon Good’s Web page, the properties will be sold regardless of the amount of the highest bid. Suggested opening bids are as low as $150,000.
The properties include a two-bedroom condo in the Aspenwood Lodge in Arrowhead Village. There is a four-bedroom single-family home in Breckenridge on the auction block as well as a three-bedroom townhome with traditional architecture in the Settlers’ Creek neighborhood of Keystone.
All of the details about the auction can be found at http://www.sheldongood.com/highcountry.php
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