Appellate court rules against condo complex in Snowmass (CO)

The Colorado Court of Appeals has ruled against the Woodbridge Condominium Association in Snowmass Village, finding that it does not own a half-acre of land at its entrance and opening the door for the parcel to be possibly developed with a multi-family residential complex.    Read the article………….


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