Coffey Place

Coffey Place Plans Move Forward

Newest Workforce Community Coming to Rodeo Place

The Town of Snowmass Village is working on its newest workforce housing community, called “Coffey Place”.  Coffey Place will include approximately 16-18 new homes constructed on town-owned land in the “Town Park” section of Snowmass Village, in and around the existing Rodeo Place neighborhood.  The new homes will include a range of sizes,  including two-bedroom townhouses and three-bedroom single family homes. The sale prices are yet to be determined, but they are expected to range from $290,000 - $550,000. As with several of the Town’s other developments, the value of the land and a capital subsidy will help to keep the development affordable for residents.  Ongoing costs will also be kept low through energy efficiency and low-maintenance building features.

The goals of Coffey Place are to fit well into the neighborhood architecturally, to meet the housing needs of a range of incomes and housing types, and to prioritize existing employees and residents of the Town of Snowmass Village.  Design and permitting will proceed through the winter and spring of 2019, and ground should be broken in later summer/early fall of this year.  If all goes according to plans, the new homeowners will be in Coffey Place before the end of 2020.

Keep your eyes open and check the Town’s website for further information, including on when applications will be accepted.  You can subscribe to notifications for all of our deed restricted housing postings by following the link below.
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Collective Announces New Restaurant

mix6 to Open in the Town-Owned Building 6

Coming to The Collective in the new Snowmass Base Village in time for next ski season is mix6, a new restaurant and bar by successful local chef and restaurateur Martin Oswald. Oswald has spent the last 25 years as executive chef to some of the Roaring Fork Valley’s most acclaimed and successful restaurants and is excited to bring his expertise to the new Base Village dining scene. The restaurant and bar will feature an expansive outdoor patio with seating and warming fire pits, offering the perfect spot to après in the sun and enjoy the views of the rink, children’s fountains, and mountain including Hanging Valley Wall and the Cirque.

mix6 will be an integral part of The Collective when this building fully opens next winter. It is important that this restaurant support The Collective’s mixed use of events and activities including live music, film, art and educational speakers. Chef Oswald brings years of experience catering events for local groups like Jazz Aspen Snowmass, ACES,  the Aspen Institute and Aspen Art Museum – all of whom could be potential programming partners in The Collective space, among many others. With his local catering experience, Chef Oswald also may provide turn-key, in-house catering to events at The Collective.

“What sold me on this location for my next venture was the nice mix of locals and visitors, as well as the energy and activity that is now being created in Base Village,” said Chef Martin. “I’m excited to be a part of this growing village and looking forward to presenting my next evolution of food.”

Construction on the new bar and restaurant is scheduled to commence this spring along with the other components of The Collective to allow for opening in time for next ski season.

X games logo

X Games Is Gone, but Not For Good

New Deal Struck for 5 more Years at Buttermilk

That's a wrap on X Games 2019, but you can count on them making a return.

Aspen Skiing Company and ESPN have announced that they have reached a five-year extension agreement to host X Games Aspen through 2024. Already the longest-tenured X Games host city, Aspen has been home to the winter edition of X Games since 2002. This new agreement with Aspen Skiing Company follows on previous extension agreements made in 2004, 2007, 2009, 2012, 2013 and 2014. By the end of this five-year deal, the X Games will have been in Aspen Snowmass for 23 consecutive years (2020-2024).
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Village Shuttle Ridership Surges

January Passengers Increased 29% Over 2018

More and more people are riding the Village Shuttle. In the month of January, not including the week of X Games, the Village Shuttle saw an increase of 29% year-over-year. Thank a bus driver the next time you hop on the bus.
$50 Tax Rebates

Apply for Sales Tax Rebates Online

Application Deadline is March 15th

Full time residents who lived within Snowmass Village during the entire 2018 calendar year are eligible for $50 sales tax rebates. You can learn more and apply online  by following the link below.

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Apres with Town Council

Save the Date: March 14, 2019

Thursday, March 14th. Save the date. Your Town Council will be hosting the Apres Ski party at the Collective in Snowmass Base Village. Come meet your representatives and discuss the issues that matter to you. 

Game of Stones

Game of Stones

Ice Curling Comes to Base Village Ice Rink

Curling comes to Snowmass with the new Game of Stones curling series at the Limelight Ice Rink! Every Friday starting February 8, teams of two will compete in a head to head elimination competition. The first team that reaches 10 points wins! 

Game of Stones will take place from 3 pm - 5 pm, registration will occur at the ice skating rink prior to the event. To register you must be 18 years or older.

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