Why should you develop in Steamboat Springs?
Why should you develop in Steamboat Springs? Do you enjoy small communities with friendly people? Do you have the desire and the possibility to develop something spectacular? If yes, Steamboat Springs might be a great option for your next development. Steamboat Springs is a great place to visit and a great place to live. I came to visit Steamboat Springs in 2001 and have been calling Steamboat my home since September 2005. My husband and I feel very lucky, to have found such an amazing place to raise our kids. Steamboat Springs is known for its Champagne Powder, but with everything, Steamboat has to offer, every season is unique and this is what makes this town, unlike any others.
If you would like to get familiar with the History of Steamboat Springs, there is no better place to visit than Tread of Pioneers Museum located in Downtown Steamboat Springs. “We collect, preserve, and share the unique history and heritage that makes Steamboat so special,” says Executive Director Candice Bannister.
Among many other great companies, you will find Moots, Talon Grips, ACZ Laboratories, Smartwool, Big Agnes, Honey Stinger.
Steamboat offers large amounts of shops, stores, restaurants, and are mostly located Downtown. Accounting, legal, tech professionals provide assistance for many businesses. Our community supports over 100 non-profit organizations, to help serve different needs in our community.
UCHealth Yampa Valley Medical Center is a Mayo Clinic Care Network hospital. It is known for its high-quality care.
Four breweries call Steamboat Springs home: Mountain Tap Brewery, Butcherknife Brewing Co, Storm Peak Brewing Co, and Mahogany Ridge Brewery.
We have always been a creative community. With creative industries accounting for 431 jobs and contributing nearly $50 million to the local economy, in 2017 Steamboat was selected one of three communities in Colorado. Steamboat was named the official Colorado creative district. The Creative District label will probably attract a new type of visitors to Steamboat Springs and it will also have an economic impact in town.
Steamboat Ski area improvements
Some of the improvements include gondola upgrades, additional biking trails, restaurant improvements, a new mountain coaster, mini-golf course at the base, new Marmot store, upgrade of grooming and snowmaking operations, and many more.
The Steamboat Springs School has received Accreditation with Distinction since 2010. The Colorado Mountain College Alpine Campus offers associate and bachelor’s degrees and was recently rated #1 in Colorado and #17 in the U.S. by CNN/Money for student success in graduation and transfer rates.
Steamboat Springs is a great place for world-class skiing. In Steamboat Springs, you will find 2,965 acres of world-class skiing, with an average of 350 inches of snow per year. Johnny Spillane, retired Nordic combined skier, and Olympic silver Medalist said: “The town has created an atmosphere that breeds Olympic-quality competitors. Some town nurture baseball or football; Steamboat nurtures Olympians”.
It also offers many outdoor activities that make every season wonderful and special. Come here and live your life at its fullest.
Routt National Forest, Flat Tops Wilderness Areas, Mount Zirkel are great for hiking, horseback riding or singletrack biking.
Besides being called Ski Town USA, Steamboat could also be called Bike Town USA. Among several plans to make biking an integral part of our community, here are some: a 7-mile bike path along the river, new BMX, pump and freeride options, a local race series, two bike manufacturers, new downtown rides at the ski resort. On top of this, you will find several events like Steamboat Bike Week, the Tour de Steamboat, Steamboat Stinger, Enduro-X Series, and Steamboat Stage Race.
With the Yampa Valley Regional Airport being just 30 miles away, locals, tourists, and business people can safely and easily travel to our beautiful Yampa Valley. Your potential guests will have no problem coming to visit Steamboat Springs.
Steamboat Springs Transit (SST) provides a free year-round bus service daily around town and between downtown and the Ski Resort Mountain Base area. Schedule information is available at steamboatsprings.net/transit.
*All information is believed to be accurate, but please have your buyers or buyer’s Realtor, verify anything that is important for them. Please note, any development is a subject to City of Steamboat Springs approval.