Beaver Creek's St. James Place unveils $5 million condo renovation

Beaver Creek, CO - January 2010 - Located in the heart of Beaver Creek village in Colorado, St. James Place announces the unveiling of its $5 million renovation, which transformed 48 of its condo units just in time for the 2010 ski season. St. James Place, part of Vail Beaver Creek Resort Properties (VBCRP), is situated less than 200 yards to the slopes at the base of Beaver Creek Mountain.

Denver-based Hospitality Pro, Inc. and designer Bridget J. Hankins oversaw the project, which focused on the interiors of 48 one- to four-bedroom condo units. The new design features warm wood tones with rich yet eclectic finishes, creating a modern European mountain décor that embodies the sophistication of Beaver Creek. The concept was to achieve an inviting residential feel by using a multitude of woven fabrics and textures such as leather and natural stone. Each condo offers a full kitchen with surfaces of granite, tile and stainless steel that combine for the preparation of the perfect gourmet meal. The color palette incorporates vibrant earth tones with warm shades of brown, deep reds and greens, while contemporary artwork adds a splash of color. The bedrooms are accompanied by spacious bathrooms enhanced by wood, granite, marble and travertine finishes, open glass showers with rain showerheads and brushed stainless steel fixtures. Each condo unit offers washers, dryers, gas fireplaces, spa tubs and balconies.

St. James Place offers a total of 108 condo units, and is just steps away from ski lifts, world-class boutiques, galleries, restaurants, a year-round ice skating rink and the Vilar Center for the performing arts. The property features a state-of-the-art exercise center, indoor pool, indoor/outdoor hot tubs and high speed internet.

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