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What’s the Big Deal? Eight figures for unfinished penthouse

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The penthouse on the third floor of 535 E. Hyman Ave. sold for $25 million in November.
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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 each week.

Price: $25 million

Address: 535 E. Hyman Ave.

Buyer: NZC CO LLC, Delaware

Seller: Aspen Core Ventures

Property type: Condo-penthouse

Year built: Under construction

Square footage: 10,000 (includes storage and parking)

Worth noting: First reported Friday in The Aspen Times, the transaction was made off market, meaning the property wasn’t listed for sale. The sellers, Aspen Core Ventures, which is controlled by Andy and Nikos Hecht, plan to keep the building’s remaining 20,000 square feet and lease it out to commercial tenants.

Buzzworthy

• Rowland+Broughton Architecture/Urban Design/Interior Design recently was recognized with a BEST Award in the “Live: Residential category” for a home in Aspen’s West End neighborhood.

The honor came last month at the 5th annual International Interior Design Association Rocky Mountain Chapter’s BEST Awards.

The home, touted as “Game On,” is located across from the Aspen Institute and includes a relocated miner’s cabin as part of a lot split.


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