It’s been a hot year for real estate sales and construction in the city of Aspen, while the pipeline for future development has slowed down noticeably. Through the third quarter, Aspen property sales are up nearly 60 percent and dollar volume is more than double what it was last year at the same time, returning the market to 2015 levels. And although the number of land-use cases has been steadily declining for the last three years, total building permit valuations through October are ten times what they were at the height of the recession in 2009, and it’s so far the second-busiest year for building permit in the last nine years.
Here’s your complete guide to what’s going up, what’s going on, and what it all means, in Aspen. Continue reading →
With construction season still in full throttle, some major changes are underway, including at two highly visible corners of downtown Aspen, while behind-the-scenes planning has intensified at the base of Lift 1A. Here’s the rundown on the most prominent redevelopment projects in Aspen. Continue reading →