REAL ES­TATE & ARCHITECTURE

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ALPINE PROP­ERTY

This full-ser­vice real es­tate, va­ca­tion rental, prop­erty man­age­ment, and in­te­rior de­sign agency rep­re­sents some of the most dis­tin­guished prop­er­ties in Aspen and Snow­mass Vil­lage. 323 W. Main St., Ste. 100, 970-544-5861; alpine­prop­erty.com

ASPEN AS­SO­CIATES REALTY

Founded in 2005, Aspen As­so­ciates Realty is a lo­cally owned bou­tique firm that spe­cial­izes in buy­ing, sell­ing, and rent­ing lux­ury real es­tate in the Roar­ing Fork Val­ley. 510 E. Hy­man Ave., Ste. 21, 970-544-5800; as­pe­nas­so­ci­ates­re­alty.com

ASPEN SNOW­MASS SOTHEBY’S IN­TER­NA­TIONAL REALTY

This in­ter­na­tional realty firm is known for list­ing pre­mier prop­er­ties

in some of the world’s most de­sir­able neigh­bor­hoods—in­clud­ing, via lo­cal bro­kers Penney Carruth, Gary Feld­man, and more, sev­eral of the com­mu­ni­ties in the Roar­ing Fork Val­ley. 415 E. Hy­man Ave., 970-9256060; as­pen­snow­mass­sir.com

BOWDEN PROP­ER­TIES

Bob Bowden brings 30-plus years of ex­pe­ri­ence to the Aspen real es­tate scene (and boasts sev­eral of town’s largest res­i­den­tial trans­ac­tions). The com­pany also has di­vi­sions in home rental, man­age­ment, de­vel­op­ment, and gen­eral con­tract­ing, and re­cently part­nered with the in­te­rior de­sign­ers at the Aspen De­sign Room. 625 E. Main St., Ste. 102A, 970-544-2000; bob­bow­den.com

CHARLES CUN­NIFFE AR­CHI­TECTS

Since open­ing his firm in 1981, in ad­di­tion to de­sign­ing pri­vate res­i­dences and com­mer­cial projects, ar­chi­tect Charles Cun­niffe has fo­cused on the restora­tion of city land­marks like the Ho­tel Jerome and the Aspen Block. 610 E. Hy­man Ave., 970-925-5590; cun­niffe.com

COLD­WELL BANKER MA­SON MORSE

With 76 agents, in­clud­ing all-star bro­kers Car­rie Wells and Chris Souki, in six of­fices up and down the Roar­ing Fork Val­ley, Cold­well Banker Ma­son Morse is con­sis­tently one of the area’s top real es­tate firms. 514 E. Hy­man Ave., 970-925-7000; ma­son­morse.com

COM­PASS

New York-based, tech-driven lux­ury real es­tate firm Com­pass launched its Aspen bro­ker­age with the ac­qui­si­tion of Shane Aspen Real Es­tate, and now boasts Steven Shane, the num­ber-two top-pro­duc­ing agent in Colorado, in its ranks. 117 S. Monarch St., 970925-6063; com­pass.com/aspen

COR­CO­RAN GROUP REAL ES­TATE

With of­fices in New York, the Hamp­tons, and South Florida, the Cor­co­ran Group brings a na­tional, full-ser­vice real es­tate mind­set to the val­ley. 212-355-3550; cor­co­ran.com

DOU­GLAS EL­LI­MAN REAL ES­TATE

New York’s largest res­i­den­tial bro­ker­age landed in Aspen two years ago, and now sports two of­fices in town and an­other in Snow­mass. 630 E. Hy­man Ave., 520 E. Du­rant Ave., 970-925-8810; el­li­man.com

ENGEL & VÖLKERS

Engel & Völkers is one of the world’s lead­ing ser­vice com­pa­nies in lux­ury real es­tate, work­ing in Europe and Asia in ad­di­tion to North Amer­ica. 616 E. Hy­man Ave., 970-925-8400; aspen.evusa.com

FRIAS PROP­ER­TIES

From econ­omy to lux­ury, Frias has Aspen’s widest va­ri­ety of home and condo rentals. 730 E. Du­rant Ave., 970-920-2000; fri­asprop­er­ties.com

LORRIE B. ASPEN & AS­SO­CIATES

Owner Lorrie Winnerman is one of town’s long­est-run­ning and most suc­cess­ful real es­tate agents. 601 E. Hop­kins Ave., Ste. 201, 970-9200020; lbaspen.com

PALLADIUM PROP­ER­TIES

Founded in 2015 by the for­mer vice pres­i­dent of op­er­a­tions for one of Aspen’s pre­mier lux­ury bro­ker­ages, the Palladium team col­lec­tively has 100 years of ex­pe­ri­ence serv­ing the

Aspen real es­tate mar­ket. 620 E. Hy­man Ave., 970-925-8088; pal­la­di­u­maspen.com

POSS ARCHITECTURE

With a scope rang­ing from res­i­den­tial to large-scale com­mer­cial (projects in­clude the Hy­att Grand Aspen, Roar­ing Fork Club, and Res­i­dences at The Lit­tle Nell), this 40-year-old lo­cal architecture, plan­ning, and in­te­rior de­sign firm is syn­ony­mous with in­no­va­tive de­sign. 605 E. Main St., Ste. 1, 970-9254755; bill­poss.com

While Alpine Prop­erty’s rental Tree­house on West Fork isn’t ac­tu­ally up in the trees, it is on Snow­mass Moun­tain, right off the Two Creeks ski run. The lux­ury five-bed­room home ($10,000 per week or $25,000 per month) boasts an ex­pan­sive deck with moun­tain views, a pri­vate hot tub, and a bar­be­cue.

Just dance: The new Moun­tain­side build­ing from lux­ury frac­tional own­er­ship res­i­dences Danc­ing Bear Aspen fea­tures 10 three-bed­room units (be­low) and myr­iad ameni­ties—a full fit­ness fa­cil­ity, a rooftop pool area, and, in the Monarch, first-class din­ing (not to men­tion daily house­keep­ing!)—usu­ally re­served for five-star ho­tels.

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