How does Delta County stack up to other areas?
Delta County, Colorado: A once-upon-a-time booming agricultural and mining area that over the years has been eroding, collecting dust as vehicles speed through downtown to make all of lights with not even a glance at the remaining businesses lining Main Street.
CREJDecember 8, 2019
East West Partners starts construction on One Snowmass
East West Partners announced the start of construction on One Snowmass, the two-building complex that will house an arrival center to Snowmass Base Village, 41 luxury residences and commercial properties on the ground floor, including the new Base Village Medical Center
Kris Oppermann SternMarch 15, 2018
Revere Capital provides more than $25M in bridge loans
Revere Capital provided more than $25 million in bridge financing for new development projects in a pair of Colorado resort towns.
Jennifer HayesAugust 14, 2017
Park Hyatt resort sells for $145.5M
Ashford Hospitality Prime Inc., which is focused on investing in luxury hotels and resorts, paid $145.5 million, or $766,000 per key, for the 190-room Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort & Spa.
Jennifer HayesApril 17, 2017
Denver investor buys Club Commons in Snowmass
JIP-Snowmass LP paid $7.45 million, or $206,944 per unit, for Club Commons.
Jennifer HayesApril 2, 2017
Snowmass base village changes ownership
A joint venture of East West Partners, Aspen Skiing Co., and an affiliate of KSL Capital Partners, LLC has closed on the acquisition of the Snowmass base village project from Snowmass Acquisition Co., an affiliate of the Related Cos.. The purchase includes all remaining development parcels and commercial spaces in base village, the Snowmass Hospitality…
CREJDecember 22, 2016
Mountains face supply-and-demand imbalances
Greg Price answers questions about the multifamily property market in Colorado’s mountain resort communities
CREJSeptember 2, 2016
Bray Commercial’s Mesa County Q1 Report
The report covers the first-quarter 2016 commercial real estate activity in Mesa County, including Grand Junction, Fruita, Palisade, Clifton, Debeque and Collbran.
CREJMay 20, 2016
Creating value for multiple stakeholders
Tourism is one of the strongest economic drivers for the state of Colorado and thrives as a multibillion-dollar industry that supports some 150,000 jobs and contributes close to a billion dollars in local and state tax revenues.
CREJApril 18, 2016
First wave of businesses expand, relocate in Mesa County as result of new ‘tax holiday’
The Colorado Economic Development Commission announced that three companies have been approved to participate in the Rural Jump-Start Zone Tax Credit program.
Jennifer HayesMarch 7, 2016