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Musical chairs in The Village

Article and photo by Terri Wiebold

Sterling Custom Homes

Employees and vendors of Sterling Custom Homes gathered at their new showroom to celebrate the retirement of longtime senior superintendent Bob Buis (pictured center with his wife, Andrea). Buis was with the company for 14 years.

The Village at Castle Pines business district saw several changes last month, a musical chairs of sorts.

In September, Sterling Custom Homes moved its operations into the former Guaranty Bank building, creating a nearly 12,000-square foot design center.

“With a building this big, we get the opportunity to showcase many different vendors and really show the public how
we roll,” said owner Woody Howarth.

The vacancy left by Howarth’s relocation was quickly occupied by SmartLife Audio Video, who moved across the street from their spot next to MiYO. And yes, you guessed it, MiYO is expanding – at least for the winter months – into the space next to them.

“We are excited to offer more seating to our customers, especially during the colder weather,” said MiYO owner Donna Stern. “This community has been so good to us, and we are grateful to be able to continue to serve them.”



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