Real Estate In The News, October 2019

View as a Flip Book Aspen   Three Affordable Housing Projects Receive Public Feedback Aspen City Council gave the thumbs up to move ahead on three proposed affordable housing projects after hearing a summary of months of public feedback, the Aspen Daily News reported. During nearly 50 outreach sessions, the…

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Tory Thomas on cover of Aspen Sojourner

Tory Thomas is the cover cyclist for Aspen Soujorner’s Midsummer/Fall 2019 edition. The Local Guide to Biking in the Roaring Fork Valley Our cycling scene has it all: rugged road rides, swell single-track, passionate riders, active clubs, bike-centric events, and more. By Trina Ortega and Allison Pattillo Photography by Daniel…

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Real Estate in the News – July 2019

View the Flip Book Aspen $1.5 Million in Affordable Housing Contracts Moving Forward Aspen City Council approved around $1.5 million in contracts that are designed to move three affordable-housing projects forward, the Aspen Times reported. Council agreed to contract with Denver-based 359 Design for $252,000 to conduct community outreach in…

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Real Estate in the News – June 2019

Download the PDF View Flip Book Aspen Good Snow Translates to Breaking Records Financially Retail sales in Aspen hit $95.8 million in March, a 7.9 percent increase compared with the $88.8 million the same month last year, according to the Aspen Daily News. The $95.8 million figure was a record…

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Real Estate In The News – May 2019

Happy May!  The Hummingbirds are back! Download the PDF View Flip Book Aspen Building Permit Fees with a Half-Million Dollar Mistake A recent Aspen government audit of development review fees for residential and commercial projects in 2017 and 2018 revealed mistakes in calculation resulting in an “under-collection” of $490,000, and…

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Real Estate in the News – April 2019

Download the PDF Aspen Recycling Center Input Requested The city of Aspen is seeking public input on the future of the Rio Grande Recycle Center. Since 1993, the RGRC has been in operation for drop-off recycling services for glass, cardboard, metals, plastic, batteries, textiles, and seasonal waste. The RGRC has…

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March 2019 — Real Estate In The News

Compliments of the Aspen Board of REALTORS® A rundown of government and business activity over the last month, focusing on issues and items that are of particular interest to the Real Estate community Aspen Recycling Center Input Requested The city of Aspen is seeking public input on the future of…

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February 2019 — Real Estate In The News

Aspen Boogie’s Building Gets the Wrecking Ball Now under the ownership of New York-based developer Thor Equities, which bought the building for $27.5 million in May 2015, the Boogie’s building faces an overhaul that includes the removal of the atrium and a complete remodeling, the Aspen Times reported. The project…

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