Monday, June 8, 2009

Steamboat Springs City Council: Zoning Changes and URA

Steamboat Springs City Council Updates:
1. Last week City Council approved a zoning change to a Steamboat Springs Highlands to allow a 1.4-acre parcel’s zoning from to G-1, the city’s second-highest-density resort area designation. Formerly the project lay in a RE-1, a low-density residential designation that allows only one unit per lot. Fighting this decision was the condominium representative of Bronze Tree.
When complete Steamboat Springs Highlands will be a 328,610-square-foot project 108 feet tall. Once the zoning change is adopted by an ordinance from City Council it the project may begin.

2. Projects in the city’s urban renewal authority at the base of Steamboat Ski Area will continue to allow Wenk Associates and general contractors Duckel’s Construction to work on projects this summer, but next year the projects will be available to bid on.


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