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Today’s Jackson Hole Need to Know: 12.5.13

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Weather: Yesterday wasn’t cold. TODAY, is cold, like minus 20. I know mainly because my Facebook feed is filled with the dashboard thermometers of my friends (please stop, and you really need to clean your cars).

Cold smoke at the top of Bridger Gondola at JHMR.

Cold smoke at the top of Bridger Gondola at JHMR.

Pictures: Web cam shot of the top of Bridger Gondola, which opens for the first time (officially) on Friday. Also, a summer shot of the 10-acre property in North Jackson that is now back on the market (see below).

Today’s Jackson Hole link: Jackson Hole Daily reports that Teton County Planning Director Jeff Daugherty has resigned. This is a big shake-up at a key county department that has major implications on Jackson Hole real estate.

This 10-acre parcel in Town of Jackson is back on market.

This 10-acre parcel in Town of Jackson is back on market.

 

Today’s Jackson Hole real estate facts:

  • PRICE INCREASE: A key 10-acre Town of Jackson parcel owned by Forest Service that abuts the National Elk Refuge is back on the market after a deal fell apart. Price has increased to $12M from $11.5M.
  • PRICE REDUCED: 2-bed condo in West Jackson, now $289K.
  • NEW: 2-bed White Ridge Condo in Teton Village, steps from Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s Aerial Tram. $695K.

Brian Siegfried is an Associate Broker with Jackson Hole Sotheby’s. Contact him today for a personalized look at properties in Teton, Lincoln and Sublette counties in Wyoming.

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