Mountain Mayhem: Tour de Dancing Bear
Aspen real estate agents Karen Setterfield and Galen Bright with SNOW magazine’s Barb Sanders.
Dancing Bear Aspen hosted a progressive tour recently for real estate agents, owners and friends in commemoration of the luxury development’s completion. This summer, the project’s second and final phase will come to a close, bringing its Parkside and Mountainside buildings together. A decade ago, the Parkside Building debuted on the northwest corner of Durant and Monarch with nine three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath residences, and a broad range of amenities. Its Mountainside counterpart, directly across the street, is slated to debut in June, featuring 10 three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath corner residences offered for fractional ownership along with a whole ownership penthouse.
For the progressive party last month, guests were welcomed in the lobby of either building and presented with a passport that was to be stamped at a variety of venues throughout the tour. Along the way, all were treated to wine, cocktails and bites. Caribou Catering served sushi and savory appetizers in select residences and in the Mountainside penthouse, Dancing Bear chef Talo Gutierrez served empanadas just outside of the Parkside wine room and Marble Distilling Company prepared cocktails in the rooftop lounge overlooking Wagner Park. At the end of the evening, guests turned in their passports for a chance to win a stay at the chic property.
For more details or to take a personal tour of your own, visit http://www.dancingbearaspen.com.
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