Real Estate in the News – July 2016

Aspen Free-Market Units Still a Go in Aspen Aspen City Council decided to hold off, for now, on banning new free-market residential units in the neighborhood commercial and service-commercial-industrial zone districts, opting to first gather more input from hired consultants and the public, the Aspen Daily News reported. Council members…

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Real Estate in the News – June 2016

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 Four Seasons Submits Plans for East Hopkins – Developers have submitted plans with the city seeking to build a Four Seasons Hotel comprising…

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Real Estate in the News – May 2016

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 Little Annie’s Gone for Good, New Tenant Must Be Low-Priced Little Annie’s Eating House has served its last shot and a beer, but…

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Real Estate in the News – March 2016

Pitkin County Pitkin County Outpaces Neighbors in Real Estate Sales The total dollar volume of all sales topped $2 billion in Pitkin County in 2015, dominated by activity in Aspen and Snowmass Village, according to the Aspen Times. That was an increase of a whopping 32.5 percent in dollar volume…

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Real Estate in the News – February 2016

Real Estate in the News – February 2016A 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 Aspen Mulls Parking Fee HikesIn an effort to reduce traffic congestion, Aspen City Council approved raising…

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