Slifer Smith & Frampton remodels its offices in Vail
VAIL — Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate has teamed up with the talented design team at Slifer Designs to give a few offices a facelift. The company has also set up a new office in the Four Seasons Resort and Residences in Vail.
COZY MOUNTAIN LODGE WITH A TWIST
“It was such an enjoyable and collaborative experience working with the (Slifer Smith & Frampton) team on the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Office remodel. We wanted to keep that cozy mountain lodge feel but with a modern twist, and I think we exceeded our expectations,” said Kelsey Cole, an interior designer with Slifer Designs.
Slifer Smith & Frampton has 17 offices throughout the Vail Valley, and the company wants the public to enjoy those spaces.
“The overall goal of our office transformations throughout the valley is to make walking into a real estate office a relaxing and stress free experience. We want people to feel comfortable walking through our doors and getting to know our exceptional brokers and staff,” said company vice president Julie Bergsten.
Gearing up for the 2015 Alpine World Championships, Slifer Smith & Frampton is adding charging stations, comfortable seating areas, iPad stations and other new features to make their offices a fun and relaxing place for their visitors to enjoy. For more information, go to http://www.vailreal estate.com.
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