New addresses for Amen Wardy, Columbine Gallery in Aspen |

New addresses for Amen Wardy, Columbine Gallery in Aspen

Aspen Times staff report
Aspen, CO Colorado

ASPEN – Two longtime Aspen storefronts have signed leases to relocate in downtown Aspen.

Upscale home furnishings retailer Amen Wardy entered a lease to move into 2,800 square feet of space at 520 E. Durant Ave., which most recently had been occupied by Noori’s Collection, said commercial broker William Small of Aspen-based Frias Properties.

Amen Wardy is leaving its space at the corner of Galena Street and Hyman Avenue, which will be taken over by Ute Mountaineer this fall.

Also on the move is Columbine Gallery, which is relocating from its Hyman Avenue mall location to 516 E. Durant Ave., formerly occupied by Stefan Kaelin Proshop.

“They will have a street-level space at an A-plus location,” Small said.

Columbine will occupy approximately 2,400 square feet at its new address, slightly more than its existing space, he said.

Both Columbine and Amen Wardy signed long-term leases with options, said Small, who was the broker in both deals.

Steve Marcus is the landlord for both locations.

“He’s being a smart landlord and getting good deals,” Small said.

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