SNOWMASS VILLAGE Related WestPac, developers of the Snowmass Base Village, have begun selling a new collection of properties called The Key Collection. The Key Collection luxury residences will span three buildings the Carriage House, the Croft House and the Latigo Lofts. Twenty-one private condominium homes will feature estate-caliber furnishings and interior finishes chosen by designer Sue Firestone of sfa design. Owners will have doorstep access to the Village Express chairlift and the Elk Camp Gondola at Snowmass, as well as all the new Base Village amenities including shops, restaurants, the proposed village square and other community facilities. All buildings are being designed to receive LEED certification under the guidelines of the U.S. Green Building Council.The Carriage House includes eight private residences. The Croft House includes four residences located adjacent to the proposed village square. Designed by Oz Architecture, the Croft House stands at the gateway to Base Village. The Latigo Lofts include nine residences.In February 2007, Related WestPac took over the existing Snowmass Base Village development, including approximately 1 million square feet of real estate, which will include 600 luxury residential units with various ownership opportunities. Related WestPac owns the three development sites surrounding Snowmass ski mountain Base Village, West Village (Snowmass Mall) and Snowmass Center. The three sites exceed $3 billion in value, according to the company.
GLENWOOD SPRINGS The American Bankers Association (ABA) ranked Alpine Banks of Colorado eighth nationally as a Top Performer in the June 2008, ABA Banking Journal magazine. The banks were rated in the non-S banks and thrifts greater than $100 million in assets category. Alpine Banks, headquartered in Glenwood Springs, is the only Colorado bank ranked in the top 25 for 2008 in the category, and has moved up substantially from 38th in 2007.Recently, the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) also listed Alpine Banks as one of their Top 20 performers. Established in 1973, Alpine Bansk specializes in serving western and southwestern Colorado markets. It is locally owned and operated, and is a $2.5 billion asset organization with 37 bank locations.
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It’s been just shy of a year since Snowmass Village Town Council reviewed and approved the final redevelopment plans for the Snowmass Center in late fall of 2020 and just shy of two years since the project was first brought before council for review in 2019. But the building still looks the same as it did last year and the year before. Why?