Collapse of the recreational ski village market?

Yesterday I posted an article about the bankruptcy of ultra luxury mountain communities — Yelllowstone Club, Promontory, and Tamarack.

Here is one of a number still unbuilt, and now being canceled.

“An ambitious plan to turn the mostly empty land around Bridger Bowl’s base area into a high-class, king-sized ski, recreation and residential village has been withdrawn.” Developer pulls Bridger Bowl village plan. By Dave Richardson. Bozeman Chronicle.

More. Resort Market not holding, Bridger Bowl Ski Area Developers Withdraw Resort Plans. New West. By Lucia Stewart.

2 Responses to “Collapse of the recreational ski village market?”

  1. TPageCO Says:

    Like I noted in my earlier comment on the article posted yesterday, now is the time for Gallatin Valley Land Trust and the local open space tax program staff to sit down with the owners and the ski area folks to cherrypick and buy the nicest ecological portions of this property. The less-sensitive parts would remain to be used for future base development – the time is now, not when the next guy picks up the ball on a fullscale development.

  2. Ralph Maughan Says:

    I hope they are listening or have apprehended the opportunity already.


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