“The evening meeting also includes a number of items of interest, not the least of which are the possible award of the development contract for at least 24 units of affordable rental housing at 400 W. Snow King Ave., and a partnership that would create a practical art project along Cache Street using donated chairs from the now-defunct Snow King Summit Lift.
The affordable rental housing project, immediately adjacent to the new Parks and Recreation building across Snow King Avenue from the fairgrounds, is recommended by town staff to be awarded to Blueline Development and Snow King Partners, both of which have recent local experience and a good reputation with the Wyoming Community Development Authority, according to the staff report. Their proposal — one of two submitted for the project — is more expensive per square foot, but Norton noted in her report that the estimated $517 per square foot cost “seems much more grounded in the reality of the local market,” compared to California-based Dawson Holdings Inc.’s proposal at an estimated $364 per square foot.”
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Woods, Timothy. Jackson Hole News 19 July 2021.