910 Yampa Narrative
910 Yampa Street renovates a historical building, designed by noted architect Eugene E. Sternberg, to combine premium office space with a vibrant mix of retail and restaurants. Two luxury residences round out the project.
Located feet from the beautiful Yampa River, the central artery of Steamboat's historic downtown, 910 Yampa offers three office suites comprising over 8500 feet of space. Housed in the architecturally notable section of the building facing 10th Street, the offices feature windows that ascend to the soffits as well as a distinctive butterfly roofline. The exterior brick alternates between stacked and running bond.
Anchored by Mountain Tap, a new and already popular brewpub, the retail spaces occupy high ceilinged bays and front onto dedicated patio space accessed via roll-up glass doors. With an anticipated mix of retail, fitness and restaurant offerings, the plaza is sure to be a draw for people walking the core trail, returning to town from Howelsen Hill via the 9th Street Bridge or simply exploring Steamboat. With a robust office presence, retailers can be assured of recurring traffic. The spacious exterior plazas dedicated to each retail space give 910 Yampa a street presence like no other in Steamboat and create the perfect space for outdoor dining, merchandise displays and private events.
Steamboat Springs is much of the way through a significant upgrade of Yampa Street as part of an overall downtown revitalization. The focus is on creating a vibrant experience, from an improved bike path, pedestrian walkways and enhanced access to the river. 910 Yampa was designed with access in mind and in addition to being highly walkable, has a significant amount of parking in place to address the needs of all users. With current development schedules, 910 Yampa is likely to be the only new commercial development to open on Yampa in the next five years.
Steamboat Springs is a year round community of approximately twelve thousand residents. The economy is diversified, with a strong location neutral business community and significant visitor traffic balanced between the summer and winter seasons. Steamboat attracts a high quality workforce, drawn to the area by the exceptional lifestyle and excellent schools. Steamboat routinely places in the top ten in national surveys of top ski resorts and is investing in a bike park and other activities to drive summer visitation. Notable local companies include Smartwool (A subsidiary of VFC), Big Agnes/Honeystinger and Deer Park Road Corporation – consistently rated as one of the top hedge funds in the country.