49° North Mountain Resort, Chewelah Basin Ski Corporation(CBSC) and Alpine Development Group (ADG) would like you to join us in the official groundbreaking event for the Sunrise Basin Alpine Glades Phase I residential development on July 9 at 2-6 p.m. at 49° North Ski Area – Sunrise Basin (Chair 5) Base Area.
The ski resort is opening a new chapter in their 80-year history with a residential mountain experience at 49° North Mountain Resort, located in eastern Washington approximately 50 miles north of Spokane, WA.
“We think our guests will be thrilled with the investment we are making at 49° North Mountain Resort which represents one of the biggest transformations ever undertaken for a Washington ski area,” said John Eminger, President and Owner of CBSC and ADG.
“Our guests will now be able to have slopeside living at a ski resort with 80 years of skiing tradition at Washington’s second largest ski area,” said Eric Bakken GM and Senior Vice President of Chewelah Basin Ski Corporation.
Upgrades and modernizing at 49° North Mountain Resort will include:
• Sunrise Basin Base Area Transformation – The entire base of Chair 5 Sunrise Quad will be transformed. Over the last several weeks we started site preparation and are looking forward to beginning infrastructure construction for snowmaking, skiways, bridges, private high speed fiber optic network, sewer and water systems, and a paved Nelson Creek Road (2 miles).
• 2016 Residential Structures – Includes a single family home, 8-plex Alpine Condo unit which is sold out, and a 5-plex private residence Glades townhouse with units available.
• The new Alpine Glades condo is scheduled for Certificates of Occupancy by November or December.
• Continued Expansion of Snowmaking – Significant improvements will be made to the snowmaking infrastructure including the addition of water storage, new energy-efficient snowmaking guns and pumps to increase the snowmaking capacity and allow the resort to open more terrain earlier in the season and create the ability to recover terrain quickly during the season.
-Submitted by 49 Degrees North