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Keystone Real Estate New Development

Keystone Real Estate New Developmen 225x150 Keystone Real Estate New DevelopmentVail Resorts Development Company has plans to tear down all of the buildings it owns at the base of Keystone Mountain and redevelop the entire area. However, it will take the company about 15 years to fully complete the project.

The company was in the process of laying out a revised master plan for the Keystone Mountain House area, which entails demolishing everything except Keystone real estate by the name of Chateau D’Mont and Slopeside, multifamily homes that Vail Resorts does not own.

The plan calls for about 500 new Keystone real estate residential units to be built, ranging from Keystone condos to townhomes and single-family homes. The company will also build a state-of-the-art skier village, with all new skier services, including a children’s ski school, restaurants and ticket booths.

New Keystone condos and townhomes will sit closest to the chairlifts, to provide Keystone ski-in, ski-out properties. A smaller number of single family homes will be situated a little farther from the chairlifts.

Vail Resorts Development Company was in the process of gaining approval from the county for the redevelopment, but when the economy slowed, it withdrew its application and is now looking at waiting several years before beginning the project.

Before the company begins the new Keystone Co real estate development project near Keystone Mountain House, it will build 183 condo units in the River Run Village, using the current Hunky Dory pay parking lot to create high-end Keystone ski-in, ski-in condos.

The luxury Keystone condos will be adjacent to the base of the gondola, which Keystone Resort recently revamped by extending it farther into River Run Village and constructing a skier bridge that leads directly to the gondola from Dercum’s Dash.

The county has already approved the projects, which will spread over two parcels. The entire project, named One River Run, will include a new ski school, rental shop, bar, restaurant and skier services on the first two levels of the five-story building. Rock Resort will manage the Keystone ski-in, ski-out condos, which will also include a bar, pool, hot tubs, fitness room and ski valet.

Fire mitigation in Keystone

Homeowners in Keystone can sigh a bit of relief knowing that workers will begin removing dead lodge-pole pines on national forest around Keystone.

It will take three years and $1.4 million to thin the 1,000 acres planned, which is the second largest mitigation project in the nation.

It will take down trees in the forest, all the way down to the south side of Highway 6 near Frey Gulch and around Summit Cove and Swan Moutain Road, up to Sapphire Point. That will diminish the possibility of wildfires breaking out and destroying surrounding homes, because thinning makes it easier for firefighters to stop any fire before it spreads to residences.

Meanwhile, Keystone property owners are also taking care of dead trees on their lots.

Keystone new development

keystone real estate Keystone new developmentBy now, you’ve probably heard that Keystone’s new gondola in River Run shortens your walk from the parking lot to the slopes. The base of the gondola is near Green Light and the ski school offices, so you no longer have to cross that last bridge to get to the gondola. In addition to saving walking time, the gondola will also be 30-40% more energy efficient than the resort’s other lifts.

And, Keystone is putting in more than a new gondola. The latest development is called One River Run, located in what was the Hunki Dori parking lot. Construction will start on the west end and move east, creating 180 units that look (and serve people) like a luxury hotel. The complex will offer 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom units. Pre-sales should start in December, with groundbreaking in spring, 2009.

The Mountain House, the original base of Keystone, will also undergo a transformation, which will include 588 new properties.