The Compromise Mine on Aspen Mountain is the site of a historic reckoning between populists and Gilded Age capitalists
“Prior to July, 2010, Crown family members were invested with Mark Hunt in several Chicago properties. Since that date, there has been no business relationship with Mr. Hunt whatsoever.”
People are talking about the new museum’s wooden basket-weave look, its big views of Aspen Mountain from the “public penthouse” on the third floor, and how the building fits in with the neighborhood.
Pitkin County’s rural and remote zone district was adopted in 1994 in large part to preserve the Little Annie area.
There are now more than 1,600 billionaires in the world, and at least fifty of them have stakes in the Aspen area — primarily through their ownership of real estate in Pitkin County.
On Friday July 11 about half of the 2-acre wedding site, which is right off a public road at about 10,700 feet, appeared to be dry, bare dirt.
Little Annie’s landowner urges officials to “table” their moratorium on party tents in the rural and remote zone.
“The wedding was totally over the top from what I expected,” said John Miller, who allowed a June 14 wedding to take place on his property in the Little Annie Basin.
No party tents for nine months in the “rural and remote” zone larger than 1,000 square feet without detailed review by the county.
A renovation for a historic house in the West End, bought by Jack Nicholson so he could watch Laker’s games.