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Letter for the General Manager

Dear Gold Point Resort Homeowners,

What a great May we had here in the high country! We have experienced a variety of weather, with days of rain, sleet, hail and even snow! Ullr surprised us with a two feet of snow toward the end of the month. Most importantly, though, the month has been filled with beautiful sunshine and bluebird days.

The team has been busy with multiple projects around the property. We have new tile and fireplaces in Buildings 4 and 6, and with the new fireplaces emitting more heat, we anticipate savings on electricity. The new tile has provided a great new look to the property, too. We also repainted all the unit interiors in Building 2.

As the summer progresses we have some additional projects on deck:

  • Boiler replacement
  • Recycling areas
  • New mattresses

We look forward to seeing you at Gold Point Resort soon!

Grand Regards,

Lindsay Reinwand
General Manager, Gold Point Resort

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Letter from the General Manager

April was another Grand month at Gold Point Resort. We experienced a wide variety of weather from incredible snow storms to wonderful warm weather, sunshine and bluebird days. Breckenridge celebrated another fantastic ski season and officially closed the ski area on April 23 with the first annual Breck Plunge. Gold Point celebrated another successful year with the Annual Homeowner’s meeting on April 29.

The marketing team recently upgraded the Gold Point website. The website features new interior and exterior photos of Gold Point Resort.

Spring block season has officially started. Lorraine and the Housekeeping team are busy at work doing a deep clean on each unit. They will also begin adding new bed skirts in each of the units. Rob and the Engineering team are also working diligently on preventative maintenance items in all units.

In addition to the deep cleans and preventative maintenance, we are excited about two projects that will occur this spring. The fireplace tile and fireplaces will be replaced in Buildings 4 and 6. The new tile will provide a more modern look and feel while remaining consistent with previous renovations in the living rooms and kitchens. The unit interiors in Building 2 will be repainted with a new color scheme.

Thank you for another great winter season! I look forward to seeing you at Gold Point soon!

Grand Regards,

Lindsay Reinwand
General Manager, Gold Point Resort

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Letter from the General Manager

March was a fantastic month at Gold Point Resort. Spring has arrived with warmer weather and longer days. I can’t believe that I’ve been at Gold Point for a year. It’s been incredible!

The Owner’s Lounge has been a popular place in Gold Point Resort throughout the month of March. Many owners have been using the lounge to play pool and watch March Madness.

We continue to offer yoga in the Gold Point Owner’s Lounge on Tuesday mornings at 8 a.m. We have partnered with a local yoga studio in Breckenridge, which provides the class once a week. Both owners and guests have enjoyed participating.

The plastic chairs that were located behind each building have been replaced with more durable exterior furniture. As the weather has started warming up, more people are utilizing the grilling areas behind each building as well.

The exterior entrance lights by the B and E units of each building have been exchanged for new LED lights. We were able to purchase them at the end of last year, and are excited to see energy savings from the new efficient lights already.

We are looking forward to a Grand April, with plenty of activities available throughout the town. The ski area closing is scheduled for April 23 and Breckenridge will again host Spring Fever events throughout the month to celebrate the season. Some of the events include the Spring Fever Beer Festival on April 8 and an Easter egg hunt on April 17. We hope to see you in Breckenridge this April!

Grand Regards,

Lindsay Reinwand
General Manager, Gold Point Resort

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Letter from the General Manager

Wow, what a winter it has been! In January we had several large snowstorms and fantastic powder days. February brought unseasonably warm weather and spring skiing conditions. There’s been something for everyone to enjoy this winter.

February was an absolutely beautiful month at Gold Point Resort. Occupancy was high and our Engineering team shifted its focus to working in each unit, doing paint touch-ups and installing Blu-Ray players.

We have recently started offering yoga once a week in the Owner’s Lounge. The free classes are Tuesday mornings from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.; yoga mats are provided as part of the class.

Upcoming projects at Gold Point Resort include:

  • New boilers in Buildings 7 and 8
  • New mattresses in Building 6
  • Improved exterior lighting outside of the B and E units in each building
  • Fireplace tile replacement in Buildings 4 and 6
  • Dining room table replacement in a portion of Gold Point I
  • Upgraded Internet equipment throughout the property
  • Building 1 interior painting

Thank you for all that you do for Gold Point Resort. We look forward to a Grand March.

Grand Regards,
Lindsay Reinwand
General Manager, Gold Point Resort

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In January, we had the annual Ullr Festival and Ullr has been smiling on Breckenridge! We have had a tremendous winter season thus far, with an incredibly snowy January.

We recently received new furniture for the Owner’s Lounge, and have completed our update to the area. Rob and the engineering team have been busy working on winter projects throughout the resort. All the bedroom TVs are now wall mounted, and we are in the process of installing Blu-ray players in each living room. We have also replaced the exterior lights at the front of each building, and replaced the fixtures with a new, brighter LED fixture.

We look forward to an exciting February. Breckenridge will be hosting their annual Mardi Gras Parade on February 28, with a free concert by the Lowdown Brass Band to follow.

Upcoming Gold Point Projects:

  • The boilers will be replaced in Buildings 7 and 8.
  • We will be painting the interior of Building 1.
  • We will be replacing the fireplace tiles in Buildings 4 and 6.

Thank you for all that you do for Gold Point!

Grand regards,

Lindsay Reinwand
General Manager, Gold Point Resort