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August 2015

Found 3 blog entries for August 2015.

As one of Aspen’s architectural pinnacles, the Crandall Building Aspen has served as a hub for local businesses dating back to the late sixties. Originally designed and built by famous Aspen local and friend Thomas W. Benton, Dr. Jack Crandall envisioned a place where his medical office could thrive. Those in Aspen remember Benton not only for his architecture, but also for his involvement in local and national politics where he designed anti-war “peace” posters.  Dr. Crandall’s medical practice thrived and the Patio Building, as it was then called, has since become iconic to the city. Dr. Crandall was a mobile man, however, and he frequently made house calls in his jeep and delivered babies to families throughout the valley. After his retirement in 2009,

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From serving Italian cuisines to serving up one of Aspen’s most luxurious million dollar views, the Mother Lode Building shares a piece of the City’s rich history.  As far back as 1938, locals Judge William Shaw and his wife Dorthy owned the Mother Lode building at 315 East Hyman Avenue, Aspen. Locals remember Judge Shaw as a gentle man who drank Stingers, chain-smoked down Aspen’s sidewalks and served as Walter Paepcke’s attorney.  In the years following, the building’s value was assessed as a prime location to house World War II supplies. When the war ended and the sixties boomed the Mother Lode blossomed. In 1968, the gourmet Mother Lode restaurant served its first meal.  With success in Aspen’s competitive fine dining for 37 years, the business waned

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Stage Fine Homes proudly presents The Pearl Residence on 4th Street -- Aspen's New West End Development.  This spectacular brand new contemporary home on an oversized prime West End lot is designed by an amazing collaboration between Aspen's S2 Architects & Bennett Design-Build. Just steps from the Music Tent, and an easy stroll to the downtown Core of Aspen, The Pearl Residence offers contemporary forms and classic, organic materials with generous indoor-outdoor living spaces and great views of Ajax and Shadow Mountains. Materials include chiseled limestone, weathered wood, exposed steel, and integrated landscapes. This luxury home features seven bedroom suites (4 above-grade), which offer plenty of room for your family and guests to enjoy Aspen

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