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Mr. David Marrs L.

Chief Financial Officer

Bonsai Communities LLC

Direct Phone: (970) ***-**** ext. **       

Bonsai Communities LLC

401 Tree Farm Drive

Carbondale, Colorado 81623

United States

Company Description

Bonsai Communities strives to create the best communities and homes in the world, designed and built with the human being in mind. e build living environments that are both physically and mentally healthy. We create such communities and homes with these v ... more

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Bonsai Communities – Building healthy, sustainable and energy efficient communities and homes

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Dave Marrs - Chief Financial Officer Mr. Marrs is also the CFO of Geronimo Ventures, LLC, overseeing the financial aspects of various companies in Geronimo Ventures' portfolio, including Bonsai Communities, as part of providing financial services for a pro-active family based in the Roaring Fork Valley. Mr. Marrs has over 12 years experience in Private Wealth Management, 2 years as Regional President of a Colorado Bank, 3 years in Public Accounting and 6 years in Real Estate Development/Finance. Mr. Marrs is very active in the community and serves on several local boards and committees.


As ‘Green’ as You Can Get

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As an electrical engineer by training and an entrepreneur at heart - as Bonsai's chief financial officer Dave Marrs refers to him - Spencer is big on quantifying things.

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"We learned you can build a very energy-efficient home and use healthy products and sustainable products for what amounts to not a lot of (more) money on the homebuyer's end," Marrs says.
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And the main reason they're doing it is, as Marrs says, "it's time to give back."


As ‘Green’ as You Can Get

www.highcountryhouseandhome.com, $reference.date [cached]

As an electrical engineer by training and an entrepreneur at heart - as Bonsai's chief financial officer Dave Marrs refers to him - Spencer is big on quantifying things.

...
"We learned you can build a very energy-efficient home and use healthy products and sustainable products for what amounts to not a lot of (more) money on the homebuyer's end," Marrs says.
...
And the main reason they're doing it is, as Marrs says, "it's time to give back."


TCI Lane Ranch is proposing 14 ...

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TCI Lane Ranch is proposing 14 deed-restricted affordable housing units, according to Dave Marrs, chief financial officer of Bonsai Communities.

The application will go to a hearing of the Garfield County commissioners within 60 days, Marrs said.


Dave Marrs, chief financial ...

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Dave Marrs, chief financial officer with Geronimo Ventures LLC, which is part of Lane's team, said the Tree Farm application addresses the town's concerns. At the request of The Aspen Times, he summarized responses to the town's five major points.

Lane's team believes the Tree Farm's commercial uses will complement Willits rather than compete with it. Only about 6,700 to 8,900 square feet of commercial development will be developed per year, based on demand, Marrs said.
"The Tree Farm team thinks the real focus of the application should be on attainable and affordable housing rather than commercial uses," Marrs wrote in an email.
In prior hearings, Lane's team said the least expensive apartments being proposed would be $1,294 per month under current Eagle County guidelines and $1,552 for two-bedroom units.
Lane and his team are steadfast that they will not seek annexation into the town of Basalt, despite the contention that urban-style development belongs in town.
"This is the town's opinion," Marrs said.
Likewise, the town's contention that the Tree Farm will tap town services for free is a "non-issue," Marrs said. "The Tree Farm has agreed to fair and reasonable reimbursement to the town for services - primarily police services."
The Tree Farm has agreed to contribute to the underpass, Marrs said, and it has offered to pay a fee-in-lieu of parking for transit parking. The Roaring Fork Transportation Authority hasn't responded to its request, he said.

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