Steamboat’s Clock Tower property draws early bids
Three have bid so far on the base area project
Steamboat Springs — The combined Clock Tower Square and Xanadu condominium properties at the entrance to Ski Time Square had attracted three bidders during an online real estate auction that began at 11 a.m. Tuesday and was to continue until 11 a.m. today.
One bidder, identified only by a code name, opened with the minimum bid of $3.8 million shortly after 1 p.m. Tuesday.
A second bidder bid $4.025 million at 2:35 p.m.
And a third bidder upped the ante by the minimum bid increment of $25,000, with a bid of $4.05 million, just after 5 p.m.
Still, none of those bids met the reserve price — that amount was being withheld in the auction process.
The auction is being hosted by http://www.commercialbid.com.
Developers had taken the property into the city approval process in 2006 with plans for a redevelopment project that would have resulted in 201 luxury condominiums and 49,000 square feet of commercial space. It would have been called The St. Cloud.
The property was listed for sale for $15 million by developers Jamie Temple and Colgate Holmes in 2009, but Mile High Banks subsequently foreclosed on the site.
Records at the Routt County Assessor’s Office confirm that Ski Time LLC paid $2.8 million for the eight older condos and land at Xanadu in March 2006, and a second entity, Westboat LLC Development, bought the Clock Tower property for $3.05 million in May 2006.
The Steamboat property is among 60 being auctioned simultaneously, but separately, by listing agent Marcus and Millichap Real Estate Investment Services.
Jake Steel, of Marcus and Millichap, previously described the Steamboat property as being among the most attractive of the ski town properties in the auction.
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