If you like being close to the center of the action, Howelsen Place may be exactly what you are looking for. Howelsen Place is located in the heart of Steamboat Springs at the corner of 7th and Lincoln.
Restaurants, shopping, the Rodeo, Howelsen Hill, Bud Werner Library, and shopping are all a quick walk or bike ride away. In fact, it’s rumored that there is more to do within one mile of Howelson Place than anywhere else in Steamboat.
Howelsen Place is located in Downtown Steamboat. It is a popular spot for locals and tourists alike. Howelsen Place has a variety of shops and restaurants, as well as a few hotels. There is also a park located in Howelsen Place. Howelsen Place is named after Carl Howelsen, who was a pioneer in the sport of ski jumping. Howelsen Hill, which is located nearby, was also named after him. Howelsen Place is a great place to visit when you are in Steamboat Springs.
At Howelsen Place and other downtown properties, you aren’t affected by the seasonality of the ski mountain. Downtown Steamboat is bustling all year long, whether you are watching the 4th of July activities from your patio or walking to the farmers market to buy organic buffalo for the grill.
Howelsen Place has 42 residential condos, and each has a unique floorplan. Most of the Howelsen Place condos have one or two bedrooms. The living area is on one level with elevator access to each floor.
The 42 residential units are divided between the two buildings. Some open onto a spacious courtyard with incredible views of Howelson Hill while others have private patios large enough to host all your friends to watch the future Olympians train on the ski jumps.
Please text or call (970) 846-8284 or contact us for more information or to learn about the differences between the new downtown Steamboat developments.