August 2018 – Real Estate In The News

Aspen City Looks Across the Street for Office Space The City of Aspen will further explore purchasing the majority of the old Aspen Daily News building and a next-door restaurant space for a total of $32.5 million, though elected officials are still debating whether to make the deal with developer…

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July 2018 — Real Estate In The News

Special thanks to all the Firefighters, First Responders, and community volunteers who fought tirelessly to save the forestland and homes in the Roaring Fork’s Mid-Valley!  Gratitude Abounds! Aspen Historic Boomerang Sells for $10 Million Aspen developer Mark Hunt has purchased the historic Boomerang Lodge and the land it sits on…

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May 2018 — Real Estate In The News

Aspen   City Approves New Parking Fees Aspen City Council agreed to make an hour or two of parking more expensive during peak hours in the high season, further embracing a dynamic pricing model, the Aspen Daily News reported. The changes, to take effect June 1, also include a free-parking…

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Real Estate In The News — April 2018

Aspen City Backs Off Mobility Plan City of Aspen officials said they got the message from downtown business owners and have taken a controversial plan off the table that would cut 15 parking spaces while turning three blocks of Hopkins Avenue into a one-way with dedicated bike lanes, the Aspen…

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