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Lawson Hill business center on track to expand uses Council directs staff to amend 1991 agreement

By Suzanne Cheavens, Associate Editor, Telluride Daily Planet
Posted by Jennifer Sulze on March 20, 2019 in No Category
In the near future, Lawson Hill residents may have more retail options just a short walk or bike ride away, rather than getting in the car for a trip to Telluride. Kathy Green, owner of the four lots that comprise the Society Turn Business Center (STBC), met with Telluride Town Council in a work session Tuesday to propose additional uses in the hub in Lawson Hill that currently includes Telluride Brewing Company, Aemono Catering, China Rose Florist, The Laundromat, Telluride Eco-Cleaners, Cindybread, and a host of... read more
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The Top 10 Ski Resorts in North American for 2019

Forbes Contributor Christopher Steiner
Posted by Jennifer Sulze on March 06, 2019 in No Category
We have again teamed with ZRankings.comto put together the definitive list of best ski resorts in North America. As always, our decisions are driven by a multitude of things, including snowfall, terrain, crowds and town ambience. These factors are baked into a master algorithm that yields, for 220 ski resorts on the continent, a Pure Awesomeness Factor, or PAF. In this piece, we’ll dig into the top 10 ski resorts by PAF for the skiing winter of 2018-2019. This article also functions as something of a ca... read more
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Simplify Your Life

By Danielle Hage
Posted by Danielle Hage on February 15, 2019 in No Category
Most of you have probably heard the buzz about Marie Kondo's new Netflix series, Tidying Up, where the tidying expert helps families simplify and organize their lives.  Since the show aired there has been a significant movement of influencers and brands promoting the idea of simplifying your life.  I for one am beyond excited about it.  I love seeing products, resources and ideas surrounding minimalism.  The notion that creating simplicity in your life brings joy, reduces stress, and allows you ... read more
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Real Estate Sales 'Strong' in 2018 Amid Scarce Inventory

Despite year-over-year dip in some stats, brokers remain optimistic for 2019 By Katie Klingsporn, Planet Contributor
Posted by Jennifer Sulze on February 06, 2019 in No Category
On the heels of 2017’s 10-year real estate peak, San Miguel County saw a dip in both dollar volume and number of transactions in 2018. The county tallied 499 transactions at a dollar volume of $537.5 million in 2018, according to data collected by Telluride Consulting. That represents a 19 percent decrease in transactions and a 13 percent dip in dollar volume compared to 2017, a notable year that posted 619 transactions representing $621 million in sales. The biggest decline in 2018 was in Mountain Village, w... read more
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Ice, Ice Baby: Try Ice Climbing in Telluride

Posted by Jennifer Sulze on January 28, 2019 in No Category
Telluride may be known for its unbelievable skiing terrain and charming mountain town, but it also offers another fun activity often overlooked in the winter: ice climbing. While neighboring town Ouray generally gets most of the love for ice climbing, Telluride has plenty to offer for beginner, intermediate and experienced climbers.  “The San Juans are generally on every ice climber’s bucket list for the sheer number of inspiring routes, access and quality of ice, as well as a wide variety of climb... read more
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