Moon Light Basin

Real Estate Agent with Ranch & Resort Group ​L​I​C​-​3​2​0​9​7

I was informed by a source close to moon light that they will not be doing any further mountain development until further notice.  They had a loan with Lehman Brothers that was due and payment was missed so the Mountain expansion has been suspended no new lifts or bathrooms, and the real estate side of things has also been put on hold...More as story develops...

Comments (3)

Tim Anderson

I thought I would take a moment to update what I consider to be an uninformed perspective offered by Nathan Goodman in regard to Moonlight Basin Ranch and all further mountain development being halted.  Moonlight Basin established a lengthy list of projects to be completed in 2008 and completed them on schedule.  The highlights of this list include the completion and initial play on the Back 9 of the The RESERVE Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course, a massive expansion of the infrastructure for future development phases, two new ski bridges- including one that is likely the longest ski bridge in America and a new Welcome to Moonlight entry gate with a rerouted road network to improve the guest experience.   Moonlight Basin continues to have an exceptional selection of real estate offerings from the developer including Luxury Suites, Mountain Chalets, RESERVE Ranches, Strawbery Ridge homesites and incredible ski and golf properties coming soon. While the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers has certainly provided some unanticipated challenges, Moonlight continues to be very proactive in reorganizing their financial world and pushing forward with the continued development of their Master Plan.  Moonlight Basin is on schedule to open for another amazing ski season December 12th and updated Master Plan information is available in the Montana Real Estate office in the Moonlight Lodge.

Dec 01, 2008 05:13 AM
Nathan Goodman
Ranch & Resort Group - Bozeman, MT

I welcome your response and information.  It was not a perspective it was rumor and hearsay, I would much rather work with facts.

Dec 01, 2008 05:19 AM
Nathan D. Goodman

Boy how times have changed...I guess I was misinformed, oh wait...NOT!

Oct 21, 2009 01:34 PM