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Zeppelin receives construction loan for Winter Park project, ski season opening

The push for Zeppelin development in the high country is kicking into high gear.

The Denver-based development firm, led by Kyle Zeppelin, closed last week on a $5 million construction loan through FirstBank, helping the company begin construction of an A-frame village, just off the grounds of Winter Park Resort. There is a shuttle stop.

According to Vice President of Development Justin Croft, the 31 structures, each 460 square feet, will be operated like a hotel, which is likely to rent for a “high $200” a night.

“We’re hoping to be open by mid-December,” Croft said.

The A-Frame Club, as the property will be known, is being constructed at 1008 Winter Park Drive, a wooded site leading up to the Fraser River. Zeppelin purchased the 2-acre site in February 2020 for $1.5 million.

The goal, Croft said, is to build a property that stands out between dated ski condos and non-inspiring hotel buildings.

“There’s no reason why the quality of the design doesn’t match the quality of the outdoor experience,” he said.

The purchase also included a building, which Zeppelin has already renovated. The ski shop that used to operate there is staying as a tenant, and the rest will be the hotel’s bar and restaurant, with cedar paneling, globe lights, leather booths and fireplaces – “the heyday of the 1970s Colorado skiing scene.” For a comeback,” said Croft.

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