Currently Big Sky Resort has two projects with developer inventory available: Powder Ridge Cabins and Village Center Ski Suites. The ever-popular Powder Ridge fifth and final phase is nearly sold out. Only 4 whole ownership units remain. Village Center fractional has been deeply discounted to clear out the remaining inventory. For the discriminating lifestyle property owner, the Village Center Tower Penthouse is a unique opportunity.
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REAL ESTATE GAINS GROUND IN BIG SKY
(October 2013) - The Big Sky area real estate is picking up from the recent downturn. Price points for the lower end properties are climbing due to dwindling listings and scarce rental inventory, plus, sale prices seem to be coming in close to listing prices. Sales of premium condominiums and homes actually started picking up a year ago and with Big Sky Resort's pending acquisition of Moonlight Basin, real estate will continue to see substantial growth.
When Big Sky Resort released the fifth and final phase of Powder Ridge Cabins in December 2011 it seemed a bit risky, but to date, all but 4 of the 15 units listed from $600,000 to $1 million have sold. Two cabins were made available with eighth-share fractional ownership and now with three closings pending, only a single unit remains of the 16 total. The list price for 3,334 square foot five-bedroom cabin for one of these fractional ownerships is $149,000 for six weeks for owners to use, rent or trade.
Village Center ski suites, slopeside in the heart of the Big Sky Resort's Mountain Village, has seen success in the secondary market with six condominiums sold in the last year. Current offerings include a one-bedroom and a three-bedroom on fractional ownership starting as low as $69,000. Also listed is the Village Center Tower Penthouse, a spectacular three-bedroom unit with nearly 2,000 square feet overlooking the plaza for $1 million. Showings have been active, and an additional Village Center suite will be released from the developer soon.
Brian Wheeler, Director of Real Estate & Development for Big Sky Resort states "We are very optimistic about a strong winter ahead."
(May 2013 Broker Notes)
REAL ESTATE SALES ARE BRISK. More Powder Ridge Cabins have sold in recent weeks, leaving only four models in Phase 5 available at this time. Choose from Frontier, Trapper, Homestead or Ponderosa floor plans. Prices start at $600,000, ACT NOW! (Download current prices & availability)
May 28, 2013 "BIG SKY IS BUSTLING" Robyn Erlenbush looks at real estate sales in Big Sky in Business Journal for Southwest Montana.
(January 2013 Broker Notes)
SEVERAL EARLY SEASON STORMS have provided Big Sky Resort with excellent ski conditions and helped make the Christmas Holiday season one for the records. Up over 16% in skier visits from the previous record breaking year, with Mountain Sports and the Basecamp Kid's and Teen's camps seeing their busiest week as well. Big Sky also saw its biggest skier day in history with nearly 6,000 skiers, with an average of over 4,800 skiers and riders during the week between Christmas and New Year's Holidays. Across the Boyne family of resorts nationwide, the holiday season produced record attendance and revenue numbers.Benefiting from that record traffic, Powder Ridge Phase 5 showed significant progress as well. Cabin nos. 28 and 29, both Homestead floor plans, were completed and closed to the delight of their new owners. Meanwhile, new contracts have been accepted on Cabins 30 and 31, also Homestead floor plans. Construction has proceeded right on schedule and Cabins 36 and 32 are poised to be completed and closed during February. In total, six cabins will be completed and closed before the end of ski season. Ground breaking will take place on two more, just as soon as spring conditions return to Lone Mountain. In just one year since the project was launched it is fifty percent sold.
June 1, 2012 "BACK IN THE BLACK" Business Journal for Southwest Montana editor Jason Bacaj takes a look at the real estate marketing in Big Sky in this March 27, 2012 cover story...