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The Mill Building, completed in 2016, includes two third-floor penthouses that new city regulations now ban.

Spotlight: Hotel Jerome Residences

As Aspen City Council further restricts the potential of new residential development downtown (more on that in a future Skinny), the Hotel Jerome Residences may be the last of their kind. Continue reading

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The Best Local Holiday Happenings

With the holiday season upon us, the biggest question for most locals is how to fit it all in. Between work and other obligations, all the ski mountains fully open, and kids out of school for the holiday break, there’s hardly time to enjoy the myriad holiday events and offerings. To narrow the list down a tad, here’s a selection of some of our favorite holiday happenings in Aspen and Snowmass, including unique events at our favorite community institutions as well as some much-loved universal traditions.  Continue reading

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TIDBITS: Ski Season, World Cup, & Hotel Jerome Anniversary Party

Aspen Mountain is open, the fastest ladies in the world are in town, and the event season kicks off with a special anniversary party at our favorite historic hotel. We love the excitement and anticipation winter brings — as if the snow-covered landscape allows you to see everything with fresh eyes — and we are thankful for being able to enjoy another season in this special place. Here’s more on what’s going on: Continue reading

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5 Buildings: A Look at Mark Hunt’s Plans for Aspen

Developer Mark Hunt recently released tentative plans for five properties he owns in downtown Aspen. The plans were informally reviewed — and generally praised — by Aspen’s Historic Preservation Commission in September. Hunt, who with various investment groups has purchased about a dozen downtown properties in the last few years (for a collective $100 million or so), is expected to file official applications for the five properties soon. In the meantime, here’s a look — in before-and-after images — at what he’s proposing: two new affordable lodges and three purely retail properties, including the renovation of the historic Crystal Palace. Continue reading

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2014 Symposium in ‘Little Bites’

On August 14, BJ Adams and Company held our sixth annual Aspen/Snowmass State of the Real Estate and Tourism Economy Symposium, the upper Roaring Fork Valley’s only event devoted to in-depth exploration of real estate and tourism trends. For those who were unable to attend, or who would like a summary of what was discussed, this post is for you. Continue reading

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Auberge Resorts Founder Previews Symposium Address

In anticipation of the 2014 Aspen/Snowmass State of the Real Estate and Tourism Economy Symposium on August 14, we chatted with keynote speaker Mark Harmon, founder and managing partner of Auberge Resorts, to learn a little bit more about what he’s going to discuss and share some of his insights on the hot topic of the guest experience. Continue reading

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