Copper Mountain’s base village put up for sale to test the market
Ryan Summerlin May 27, 2013
The Denver Post is reporting that the largest resort owner in North America is listing seven of its resort villages — including Copper Mountain’s base village — for $142.5 million.
“We are exploring what pricing the market might deliver for that portfolio,” Steve Rice, managing director of Florida real-estate investment trust CNL Lifestyle Co, told the Post.
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