What’s the Big Deal: $3.3 million for vacant lot in Snowmass
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: $3.3 million
Date recorded: March 22
Address: 270 Spruce Ridge Lane, Snowmass Village
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Buyer: Summerfree Investments LLC
Seller: Molly LLC
Property type: Vacant residential lot
Total land: 1.5 acres
2014 property tax bill: $46,193.88
• Jim Polep has joined the Engel & Völkers Aspen office as a real estate adviser.
Polep once owned and operated Aspen furnishing and interior retailer Montecito, which later evolved into Montecito Loft & Home at Willits.
Polep started his real estate career in Aspen in 2014 and has since become licensed in California.
• Colorado Homes & Lifestyles magazine recently inducted Basalt’s Harry Teague of Harry Teague Architects into its annual Circle of Excellence Awards.
Teague was 1 of 5 Colorado residential designers who received the award at a luncheon in Denver on March 10.
In March, the magazine featured five of Teague’s residential projects and one of his institutional-educational projects.
• Aspen’s Rowland+Broughton Architecture/Urban Design/Interior Design has been recognized by the American Institute of Architects Denver Section with a 2015 Architect Choice Award for the studio’s McLain Flats residence project in Aspen.
The award was presented in partnership with luxe interiors + design magazine during a reception at the American Institute of Architects Colorado office.
Rowland+Broughton’s Delvon Nemechek teamed with Sarah Broughton on the project. The general contractor was Regan Construction and KL&A was the structural engineer.
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