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What’s the Big Deal: $15 million lands West End property

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601 West Hallam Street Aspen, CO 81611
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Editor’s note: “What’s the Big Deal?” runs Sundays and is based on the most expensive property transaction recorded in Pitkin County through 3 p.m. each Friday.

Price: $15 million

Date recorded: Sept. 20

Address: 601 W. Hallam St., Aspen

Neighborhood: West End

Buyer: Hallam West End LLC

Seller: 601 W. Hallam LLC

Property type: Single-family residential

Year built: Under construction

Land: 6,000 square feet

Property tax bill: $7,890.08

Worth noting: The sale of this redeveloped West End property tied for the most fourth-most expensive property transaction of the year. The $23.1 million sale of the Sardy House, which closed in April, is this year’s top-priced deal.

Buzzworthy

• While it has been widely publicized that Pitkin County real estate sales this year will fall well short of the $2 billion in total transactions from last year, numbers from August showed signs of life.

That’s according to a recent newsletter from broker James Benvenuto, who reported August registered 39 property sales, compared with 27 in August 2015. Benvenuto also pointed out that sales of single-family homes are actually outpacing last year’s numbers in Snowmass Village. From January through August, Snowmass saw $111.6 million in home sales, up from $74 million for the same period in 2015.

• Aspen real estate broker Brenda Wild recently was named the Mountain District chair for the Colorado Association of Realtors’ 2016-17 Leadership Council. Wild is owner of RE/MAX Premier Properties in Aspen.

• Aspen firm Rowland+Broughton Architecture/Urban Design/Interior Design has been recognized with a 2016 International Interior Design Association Rocky Mountain Chapter Best Award in the Eat and Drink category for the Matsuhisa Denver project. The award presentation took place Sept. 16 at the EXDO Events Center in Denver.


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