Vail Valley business briefs, July 11
CORDILLERA The Lodge & Spa at Cordillera, recently announced it would build the Paramonte Private Residences, a luxury fractional ownership private residence club.Construction is expected to begin this fall.Paramonte Private Residences will the first fractional ownership opportunity in Cordillera. The three-bedroom 2,000-square-foot residences feature granite bathrooms and kitchens, custom cabinetry, walnut hardwood floors, indoor and outdoor fireplaces in every residence and commercial stainless steel appliances. Each residence will include three bathrooms and a powder room.Residents will have access to Cordilleras 20,000 square-foot spa, indoor and outdoor pools and hot tubs, fitness center an restaurant. Owners also will have access to Cordilleras golf courses, the private fly-fishing waters on the Eagle River and other amenities.To learn more, go to http://www.Paramonte.com, or call 970-309-4098 or 866-830-3906.
EDWARDS J.L. Haneke Financial & Insurance Services, Inc. is celebrating its 10th anniversary this month.Clients and friends are invited to a reception at the companys new office in the Garnet Building in Riverwalk on July 18 from 5 8 p.m. Food and beverages will be served, and there will be an hourly raffle, with prices donated by Simply Massage and Vail Sports Medicine & Physical Therapy. To RSVP, e-mail CSR@jlhaneke.com or call 970-926-7315.J.L. Haneke Financial & Insurance Services, Inc. is a member of the Better Business Bureau, the Eagle Valley Chamber of Commerce, the National Association of Insurance & Financial Advisors, the Professional Independent Insurance Agents of Colorado, Inc., the Vail Chamber & Business Association and the Vail Valley Business Women. To learn more, go to http://www.jlhaneke.com.
VAIL Nature photographer Tony Newlin has opened a Wilderness Wonders Gallery in Vail, on East Gore Creek Drive near Checkpoint Charlie. The gallery is open 10 a.m. 8 p.m., seven days a week.Newlin has photographed scenes from the Rockies to the Alaskan Wilderness. Every year, he gives 5 percent of his profits to organizations including Conservation International, Defenders of Wildlife and the Natural Resource Defense Council.To learn more, call 970-476-0144.
EAGLE-VAIL The operators of a United States government genetic research lab in Sierra Leone have picked a local company to provide solar power to the facility. Satcom Resources /Grid Feeders of Eagle-Vail has won the contract is providing the lab with an iPowerPV unit, a single box solar power station.The iPower PV is fully integrated solar system is linked to an iDirect satellite modem to control it. The system includes a very large capacity, maintenance-free battery which provides enough power for it to operate for seven days or more with full overcast. No auxiliary generators are required.Satcom Resources and Grid Feeders have also designed other solar systems used by researchers to freeze and refrigerate tissue samples and to operate critical Sierra Leone-based genetic analysis laboratory equipment.For more information, call 866-SATCOM-1. On the Internet, go to http://www.satcomresources.com.