Suncadia Earns More Than $27 Million in Real Estate Sales in Early 2013

The Suncadia Resort started 2013 hot with a spike in real estate sales. Suncadia Real Estate Sales Company reached more than $27 million in the first half of 2013, and sales are predicted to continue rising throughout the remainder of the year, and 2nd homes in the PNW continue to rise according to the Wall Street Journal.

Photo credit: Suncadia Resort

Photo credit: Suncadia Resort

The growth came after an impressive 2012, when Suncadia had more than $42 million in sales, the resort’s best year since 2008. The resort has sold mroe than 1,300 homes and condos since properties went on the market in 2003, and the sales success of 2012 almost doubled that of 2011 sales. According to the Journal, 60 new homes will be developed in 2013, an increase from 40 in 2012. For more information on Suncadia Resort Real Estate, visit Suncadia’s website today.

Then and Now: Northwestern Improvement Company Store & Lane House

The Northwestern Improvement Company Building is located on a busy corner in the historic center of Roslyn’s happening commercial district. It’s the largest building in Roslyn, and also the sole remaining structure in the city associated with the Roslyn Coal Field. Built in 1889 with locally produced bricks, the original round-arched storefront was remodeled around 1916, to the cast iron and glass structure that stands today.

The Lane House, Photo Courtesy of the Roslyn Downtown Association

The Lane House was originally listed in the National Register of Historic Places Inventory as the “Silvia House” and was built by City Councilor Joseph Lane in 1895. According to the Historic Structure Report, the house is currently the only full scale example of high-style architecture in town. The home is vacant, and located at 103 E. Idaho Ave, between 1st and 2nd street, and is noted as one of the most intact residences in Roslyn, dating back to early settlement times. If you’d like more information on these two Historic structures in town, contact the Roslyn Downtown Association, and learn how you can get involve to preserve and restore the city’s history.