Sunday, July 09, 2006

Howelson Place gets approved

Howelson Place was recently approved by the Steamboat Springs City Council after a long review process. I think that the result is excellent and it will kick start the revitalization of downtown Steamboat with its interesting architecture, appealing retail space that has the opportunity to become a destination on its own and the highest quality living options in downtown.

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Quotes from an editor's opinion piece in the Steamboat Pilot Today:
The Harbor Hotel's fate was sealed last week. The old hotel that some see as historical is coming down now that Howelsen Place has made it through the planning process.
We think Howelsen Place -- a mixed-use development with 11 commercial outlets and 42 residential units -- will be an improvement over the Harbor and should enhance downtown.

Howelsen Place is one of several new developments that are transforming downtown into a great place to live as well as a great place to shop and eat. Others recently built, being built or in the planning process include the Residences at Old Town, Waterside Village, Riverwalk and Alpenglow.

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