Marker Hill Construction, LLC

Marker Hill Construction was founded in 2020 by 2 veterans of residential and commercial building project management, Rob Cyman, President, and Erik Byrum, Senior Project Manager.

Rob Cyman has worked on projects ranging from luxury single-family dwellings, oversite of construction for a major destination resort, multiple hotel renovations, new builds on single-family homes, townhouses, and condominium builds, as well as the renovation of a historic commercial urban high-rise in Metropolitan Denver.

Erik Byrum was the senior project manager for two of Colorado’s largest Front Range home builders for 8 years prior to moving to Grand County for family and lifestyle considerations. During his tenure, he has overseen 100s of projects and thousands of new home builds.

In 2022, Jim Kanter joined the Team. Jim brought 22 years of construction experience, including multi-family, commercial, educational, infrastructure, and health care construction. Throughout his career, he has always taken a client-focused and collaborative approach to completing projects of any scale. 

Although MHC is relatively new to the valley, its experienced team and reputation for high-quality commercial and residential construction delivered on a scheduled timeline have made it a highly sought-after resource for high-end, residential home builds and commercial real estate projects alike in Grand County. 

ROAM Neighborhoods

  • In-Town Homes
  • Meadow Homes

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PRODUCTS FROM Marker Hill Construction, LLC

Duplex Row Homes | Phase 2 | 8 Units Left for Sale

Enjoy the luxury and simplicity of European style mountain modern living. These innovative, off-site handcrafted duplex row homes are designed with intention, built with care, and delivered to our idyllic mountain town. It’s the best of both worlds and the first of its kind in Winter Park.

The first available village in ROAM, The Row, is walking distance to Winter Park’s shops and restaurants, while maintaining easy access to the resorts.

  • 2-3 bedrooms, plus a bonus room
  • oversized heated single car garage
  • large rooftop deck featuring amazing views of the Continental Divide
  • 2 sophisticated floor plans range in size from 1,680 square feet to 2,028 square feet

Design Plan

With a functional layout spanning three floors and culminating on the rooftop deck with 360-degree views of the mountains, The Row offers two sophisticated floor plans that are built to last and range in size from 1,680 square feet to 2,028 square feet. And the location is your front row to everything. To bike, to fish, to ski, to dinner, to town, it’s all here. 

Designed with a nod to the Scandanavian values of simplicity, inside you will find open concept, mountain modern living and bright, light-filled spaces. Muted colors, light woods and simple black accents shine a light on what’s most important: the mountains that surround you and the life you live outside your door. The Jotul gas fireplace and in-floor radiant heat throughout adds an efficient, elegant warmth to the space and to your adventurous spirit. 

The exterior is designed with purpose for the community, the land and the views. The modern yet rustic architecture makes a statement akin to the mountains with straight lines, high-quality woods, steel and concrete. The rooftop deck, which spans the entire footprint of the home, is designed for year-round living, stargazing and entertaining with snowmelt and options to add an outdoor kitchen and hot tub.



STARTING AT $2,395,000

Please contact David Taylor at 970-363-7562 or email  to discuss the purchase of your new Meadowglades home.

Starting price does not include lot premiums and options chosen.

Nature, history, and functionality all come together seamlessly at MeadowGlades. Here you will find homes built with cutting-edge sophistication and a functional design that reduces environmental impact.

Your MeadowGlades Home is designed with the highest environmental standards in mind.

High Environmental Standards:

  • Airtight building envelope prevents infiltration of outside air and loss of conditioned air.
  • Climate appropriate high-performance windows and doors – solar gain is managed to exploit the sun’s energy for heating purposes in the heating season and to minimize overheating during the cooling season.
  • Balanced heat and moisture-recovery ventilation.