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ASPEN – Steven Shane, owner of Aspen-based SDS Real Estate, was part of several notable real-estate deals that closed last week. • Shane represented the seller of an Aspen West End home listed for $9,995,000. The buyer’s broker was Amy Doherty of Amy Doherty Properties.• Shane represented both the buyer and seller of 355 Ridge Road on Red Mountain. This was an unlisted property asking $21 million.• Shane represented the seller of 1375 Red Mountain Road listed for $19,995,000. The buyer was represented by Dale Hower of Frias Properties.”There are many moving parts in transactions like these. The properties went under contract one week prior to closing. Sacrifices were made by surveyors, attorneys, building inspectors, the entire SDS support staff and many other individuals who took time away from their families during the holidays,” Shane said. “As we continue working toward a revitalized Aspen real estate market, you will see the better brokers getting creative and doing what it takes to facilitate the best possible deals for their clients.” Earlier in 2010, Shane was part of the highest residential home sale in Aspen. He represented the buyer of a $31.5 million estate. This brings Shane’s total sales volume in 2010 to approximately $100 million.

PENSACOLA, Fla. – Pensacola, Fla., law firm Emmanuel, Sheppard & Condon recently announced the addition of Brian J. Hooper as an associate attorney. Hooper, who is a part-time Aspen resident along with his wife, ski instructor Kimberly Jackson Tucker, is a commercial litigator with more than 10 years experience in the public and private sectors. He earned his law degree from Harvard Law School, where he served as deputy editor-in-chief of the Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy. He graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Washington and Lee University. Hooper will practice in the areas of construction law, contract and commercial litigation, government and administrative law and trial law.

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