March 2014

Aspen Sale February 12, 2014

Aspen Sale February 12, 2014

Scott Building, Unit 6/7

400 West Hopkins Avenue

Aspen

$2,135,000

Three bedrooms/three baths

1,261sf

Sold price per square foot $1,693

Asking price $2,145,000

99% of asking price

SOLD BY BJ ADAMS AND COMPANY

Photo by Gary Feldman

Posted by GaryFeldman on March 13, 2014 in
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Land Title January 2014 Pitkin County Market Analysis

Land Title January 2014 Pitkin County Market Analysis


Please see below for the January 2014 Pitkin County Market Analysis.  

Summary

    • $43,278,212 - total dollars for January, a decrease of 45.82% from January 2013

    • 128 - total transactions for January, an increase of 116.95% from January 2013

    • Year to date, dollars total43,278,212 a decrease of 45.82% from same period 2013

    • Year to date, transactions total 128, an increase of 116.95% from same period 2013

    • For the month, Intervals led the way with a total of 101 transactions ($7,685,884), Aspen posted 15 transactions ($23,246,128), Snowmass Village 8 ($9,063,200), Redstone 2 ($118,000), Woody Creek 1 ($2,700,000), Old Snowmass 1 ($465,000), Basalt 0 and Carbondale 0.

    • There were 2 bank sales recorded in the county for January totaling $808,200. This accounted for 1.87% of the transactions and 1.56% of the dollars (see page 9 for more details)

    • Year to date, there have been 2 bank sales recorded in the county, totaling $808,200.  This accounts for 1.87% of the transactions and 1.56% of the dollars.

    • The average single family home sold price thru January is $2,958,000, a decrease of 15% from January 2013

    • The median single family home sold price thru January is $2,716,000, an increase of 23% from January 2013

    • Interval dollar volume for January was up 17.76% from January 2013, with a total of $7,685,884.

    • Interval transaction volume for December was up 78.91% from January 2013, with a total of 101.

    • Interval transaction breakdown for December : Innsbruck 91, The Ritz Carlton Club: Aspen Highlands 4, Dancing Bear Aspen 2, Residences at Little Nell 2, Grand Hyatt Aspen: GA Resort 1, Timbers Club 1, A Storied Place: Countryside Condo 0, Prospector 0, The Residences at Snowmass Club 0, Roaring Fork Club: Club Suites 0, Roaring Fork Club; Roaring Fork PUD 0, Saint Regis Club: Aspen Residence Club 0, Sanctuary 0, Shadow Mountain Lodge 0.

    • Through January, interval dollar volume totals $7,685,884, an increase of 79% from same period 2013

    • Through January, interval transaction volume totaled 101, an increase of 339% from same period 2013

    • Buyer profile through January: 40.74% were out of state (domestic), 48.15% were Local, 7.41% were International, and 3.7% Front Range

Loan info for January - all property types:  44% financing, 56% cash

Posted by GaryFeldman on March 13, 2014 in
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Designed by the Best

Designed by the Best
Aspen, as in most geographical locations, has a breadth of residential architectural styles. Locally you can find everything from east-coast craftsman to log cabin, English manor to mountain chateau and, of course, the newly popularized mountain contemporary. The latter has typically found its home in urban settings but as the demand for modern and cutting-edge residences grows, so does the desire for them in Aspen.


At David Johnston Architects, they have had the pleasure of being part of this trend over the past few years. They recently finished a contemporary home in Snowmass Village, and are currently working on a streamlined contemporary home in Woody Creek and a mountain contemporary home in East Aspen, just outside of town on the way to Independence Pass. Each home has unique custom features that accentuate the natural features of each site – stunning views and abundant natural light, rolling topography, and established natural green spaces. One constant goal with the designed architectural forms in each of the homes is to minimize the visual impact to the site, both from within and when viewed from outside the properties. Each home focuses on inserting the home into the topography rather than on top of the site.


However, the home designs still allow for the large expanses of glass to take in the beauty of the surroundings, clear definition of space and form, and quality functional layouts. Indoor/outdoor space(s) factor into each building, pulling the outdoor living into the homes and vise-versa.

For more modern and other residential and commercial projects by David Johnston Architects, please visit his website: www.djarchitects.com.
Posted by User One on March 11, 2014 in
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