Letter: Hunt’s lodging proposal looks promising
Hunt’s lodging proposal looks promising
I was at the City Council meeting until 1:30 Monday morning. My friends and I have been watching the unhappiness in town for a long time. They are circulating petitions now to “Keep Aspen, Aspen.”
I think Base1 (Domino’s site) has great potential if the developer, Mark Hunt, comes to a solution for parking. He is coming to code on our other issues: FAR, height (very close and he can get there) and housing. This is actually an affordable lodge project; unlike any of the others, he is not asking for free-market residential that most developers go to bed salivating over.
The proposed interior drawings are beautiful. The exterior needs work in materials and design so it cannot appear as a mini-me of the much reviled big-box structures that have sprouted by bad birthing and lawsuits.
Phyllis J. Bronson
“Without any exception the worst snow storm known since the advent of the railroad west of Leadville has been raging over the crest of the continental divide since last Thursday,” asserted the Aspen Tribune on January 31, 1899.