Real estate firm opens new Vail Village office
VAIL — Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices has opened a new real estate office in Vail Village. The second-floor space is in the recently remodeled Wall Street building — one block away from Gondola One, and on the corner overlooking Bridge Street, Wall Street and Gore Creek Drive.
“Having an office that is walking distance from the gondola in Vail Village gives our clients and brokers one more added convenient location to meet and discuss their real estate needs,” said Jill Bossow, vice president of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Colorado Properties.
This is Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Colorado Properties’ eighth Vail Valley office. President Michael Slevin said the new location caters to the desires of Vail-focused clients.
“We know we have clients who own in Vail, and who want to work with someone or a group that has a presence in Vail,” Slevin said. “I think it’s always been important to us to move back into Vail Village proper and to have that presence again.”
About Craig Denton
Craig Denton has worked for the company since 2013, and has been in local real estate since 1978. He will serve as managing broker in the new location.
“It’s just a great group of experienced people — in both Vail Village and throughout the valley,” Denton said.
The interior of the office was created by Slifer Designs and George Gregory, with 10 desks for brokers, and a large meeting room overlooking the walking traffic at the intersection of Bridge Street and Gore Creek Drive.
“We literally ‘started over’ in the space, removing all the walls to give us an opportunity to create a really special, warm and modern work environment,” Bossow said.
For more information, go to http://www.BHHS ColoradoProperties.com.
The Vail Valley’s real estate market has long been an unusual one, with very expensive sales accounting for a large share of the market’s dollar volume. That means a few sales can have a large impact on volume.