Recently built in 2006-07, the Mountaineer Square condos were one of the first projects undertaken when the Mueller family purchased Crested Butte Mountain Resort in 2004. The Lodge at Mountaineer Square, as it’s technically known, anchors the base area at Crested Butte. Indeed, the transit center is located at Mountaineer Square, as are the ticket offices and businesses including the Trackers bar and Camp 4 coffee. The lifts are also just a short walk away. Looking for amenities? Mountaineer Square boasts workout facilities, ski storage, conference rooms, front desk services, hot tub, sauna and pool. If you and your family are looking for a condo with a pool, this link will give you all of those options. The Lodge at Mountaineer Square is one of the rare Crested Butte properties that has air conditioning. While air conditioning is not generally needed given our cool summer temperatures, allergy sufferers in particular may appreciate the option of using air conditioning. The biggest amenity of all may be the heated underground parking. The Lodge at Mountaineer Square has a wide variety of residences, from studio apartments to penthouse suites, depending on your needs.
Units can be placed in the rental pool for extra income, though they are not required to do so. Commanding views in every direction can be found at Mountaineer Square, one of the tallest and largest buildings in the area. As of 5/23/2017, there were ten sales in the past two years, at an average sales price of $462,000. If you are interested in buying or selling a condominium at Mountaineer Square, please contact me.