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Mountain Mayhem: Aspen Meets London

Part of the team at Palladium Properties - Deborah Madsen, Adrienne Zatorski Annette Reeve, Corey Crocker, Krista Klees, Nick Churton, Kelli Gardner and Carly Kraemer.

Aspen real estate firm Palladium Properties hosted an après-work cocktail reception in February for friends in celebration of their expansion to London. Palladium Properties opened its Aspen office downtown last summer, and this winter joined Mayfair International Realty in London to market properties to Europeans. Palladium principal Krista Klees welcomed Nick Churton and Annette Reeve from Mayfair who were visiting from across the pond for the occasion. Through this affiliation, Palladium will now be connected to Mayfair’s more than 300 offices across the UK, and more than 200 overseas, all of which are headquartered in its busy central London office.

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