According to Land Title Guarantee Company , Eagle County passed the $1 billion dollar mark in sales in November 2011. This is the 14th year since 1996 that the county has passed the $1 billion dollar mark with the exception of 2009. There were 121 sales in November that totaled $124.8 million. The majority of the transactions were down valley in Eagle and Gypsum. Lower priced homes made up the majority of the sales; with 71% of the sales being under $1 million dollars.
The largest price per square foot home was in Vail's Solaris Residences. The Vail Golf Course was the area with the highest average sales price; $6.2 million over two transactions. One of those sales was a newly built home which sold for $9.25 million which was the highest priced transaction in all of Eagle County for the month of November. There were nine transactions over $4 million in the month of November which was the most transactions in this category in any month in 2011.
The Solaris Residence luxury condominiums in Vail have topped the Real Estate market this ski season.? The highest price per square foot was $2,650 for a $7.4 Million dollar 4 bedroom luxury?Solaris condominium.? While Vail Mountain has broken its' all-time snow record of 511 inches, Solaris in Vail is breaking real estate sales records too.? There have been a total of? 32 Vail property sales in Vail Village and Solaris Residences are at the top of the real estate market.?
If you are looking for some new entertainment?in Vail, there are a couple of?new places to try!
CineBistro is located in the Solaris.? This is an upscale restaurant/theater for both locals and visitors.? CineBistro serves cocktails and gourmet meals.? You want to show up 30 minutes before the movie starts so the servers can take your order and all can be served before the film begins.? It is suggested that you purchase your tickets in advance as the tickets are selling out quickly over the holidays. You can visit www.cobbcinebistro.com?to choose your seats.? Tickets are $10 for children and $16.50 for adults.? The theater is family-friendly but caters to the 21 and older crowd after 8 p.m.
Vail, Colorado is changing, some say the charm is gone, some say the luxury is here to stay!? However you look at it, change is inevitable and Vail's Billion Dollar renewal is almost complete.? The Solaris Residences or Luxury Condominiums have raised the bar on luxury.? Solaris?combines cosmopolitan convenience and unparalled?5 star service and amenities to its residents, as well as breathtaking Vail Mountain views.? ?
The VMS Home Tour has become a Vail tradition that allows Vail Mountain School to offer scholarshops based on financial need to a greater number of children each year.? In it's 39th year, the Vail Mountain School Home tour will have some fabulous homes on tour this year.? In the center of Vail Village, recently completed this summer, there will be two privates residences available to see in Solaris.? In one of Vail's premier neighborhoods, you will be able to visit 254 Beaver Dam Road, 265 Beaver Dam Road, 332 Beaver Dam Circle and 424 Forest Road.? After much anticipation, The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Vail will open this fall, and the Home Tour guests will?be able to ?preview one of it's penthouse units.
Everyone knows how exceptional Vail, Colorado is, and how much fun they can have skiing powder in Vail's back bowls.? Now you can enjoy a 5 star experience at Solaris,?a Luxury Codominium, and the Solaris Plaza.? ?The Solaris Residences in Vail have received? their final certificate of occupancy and are ready for ski season.??The main loby is open and the?developer is completing the restaurant/bar dining area and landscaping.? There have been 15?luxury properties?sold in the last two months, ranging in price from $3,750,000 to just over $14 800,000 dollars and $2,198 to $2,736 per square foot.????The Center of Vail Village has now shifted from Bridge Street to? Solaris Plaza.??? If you love living where the action is, there are studios, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom luxury condominiums available at the Solaris Residences.??
Solaris?has given Vail Village ?a NEW?CENTER OF VAIL ?for families and friends to?gather.? Solaris,? located at the intersection of International Bridge Road and Meadow Drive in Vail, ?is part of Vail's 2 Billion Dollar rebirth.?? Now, Solaris?Residence owners, locals, and visitors will enjoy the open plaza?s water feature in summer, ice skating in winter, public fire pits, the Cine? Bistro movie theater, first class dining, a wide variety of retail boutiques, and premier bowling alley, Bol.? Solaris will be where family and friends gather in Vail to discuss a great day on the mountain skiing powder, hiking among the flowers or enjoying the views.
Solaris in Vail is the ultimate in luxury?real estate in Vail, Colorado.? Solaris' pesence marks the new?center of Vail with it's new mountain modern design and exquisite condominiumes with mountain views.? Solaris owners are moving in, the Cine'bistro Movie Theater is open and parties are being booked for the? luxury bowling alley.
Solaris property is selling itself now that the building is up and people can see how magnifient it is!
Solaris Residences in Vail, Colorado are losing their plastic wrap and gradually being unveiled.? Solaris has been a dream of Peter Knobel, the Developer.? Located in the center of? the Town of Vail on Meadow Drive,? Solaris makes a statement. It is large and it is exquisite.? Solaris' mountain contemporary design and 5 Star Luxury condominiums will be "the place to be in Vail." ? The materials used in the construction of Solaris are the highest quality for a combined? commercial and residential building.
Local business owners and visitors are excited about what Solaris will bring to Vail Village,? a revitalization of the core of Vail.?? Solaris will be Vail's new central hub of shopping, dining, and entertainment.? The retail shops will include Betteridge Jewelers, Vail Fine Art Gallery, American Design Gallery, Generation Vail (a kids' ski apparel shop) and Alpine Bank, just to name a few.? There are 18 to 20 commercial spaces in the 70,000 square foot shopping area, lining the structure's arched facade.