Real Estate in the News – June 2020

View Tory’s news via FlipBook! Aspen Nearly $1 Million Given to Businesses Aspen City Hall has made grants totaling over $886,000 to help 108 local businesses affected by COVID-19 pay the rent, the Aspen Daily News reported. The awards, for up to $14,000 per business, are intended to pay up…

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North Star Lodge-$9,500,000-Aspen

43777 Highway 82, Aspen, CO 7 Bedrooms | 7 Baths | 336,283 sqft | $9,500,000 Overlooking the serene setting of the North Star Preserve with views of the Roaring Fork River to Independence Pass, this one of a kind home less than 2 miles from Aspen is what dreams are…

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Real Estate in the News – May 2020

 Download the Flip Book! Aspen New Assistant City Manager Hired, Parks & Rec Director Retires The city of Aspen announced the hiring of a new assistant city manager and the retirement of the longtime leader of the parks department, the Aspen Daily News reported. Diane Foster, who served as the…

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Real Estate in the News – March 2020

Read as a flip book! Aspen Entrance to Aspen Numbers Though peak commuting times in Aspen see more vehicles than the S-curves can handle, overall traffic is improving through the notorious entrance to Aspen segment of Highway 82, the Aspen Daily News reported. Officials credit city initiatives, public transportation and…

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2019 Year End Market Report

It’s been another strong year of real estate sales from Aspen to Glenwood Springs and beyond. Properties have appreciated in value across the board. Because of all of the sub-markets driven by location and base pricing it’s impossible to give just one appreciating rate. If you’d like to know the…

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Real Estate in the News, January 2020

Aspen Aspenites Happy with Life, but Not Economics The citizens of Aspen are highly satisfied with their quality of life but think the city should do more to provide affordable housing and retail options, according to the annual citizen survey, the Aspen Daily News reported. Five hundred twenty-eight people responded…

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