Photos from June 9, June 13 and June 16 of the Little Annie’s wedding site at the top of Little Annie Basin.
Many wealthy, and relatively young, people are moving to Aspen.
Nonprofit tax return data from the IRS via ProPublica’s Nonprofit Explorer tool.
A public document on file in Pitkin County shows that the right-hand man in Aspen of Houston billionaire Jeff Hildebrand has been granted authority to make decisions regarding the Windstar property.
The price of land in downtown Aspen now makes it highly unlikely that a new stand-alone, moderately priced hotel will be built there again, according to research and interviews conducted recently by the city of Aspen.
Sales of ultra-high-end homes in the Aspen area slowed down in 2012 compared to the prior near-record year, but not by much.
Not only have commercial properties escalated greatly in value over the years, but with the exception of a rare handful of years, tenant demand and retail business have also been consistently good in this small but internationally known resort town.
The Windstar Land Conservancy is seeking to sell the 957-acre Windstar property bought by John Denver in the late 1970s. The asking price is $13.5 million.
An aviation industry executive has come out against the concept of adding a second private jet facility to Aspen/Pitkin County Airport, although the plan to build one seems to be headed for reality anyway.
How a very level hay field becomes a polo field in Pitkin County.