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Dancing Bear Aspen hosted a progressive tour recently for real estate agents, owners and friends in commermoration of the luxury devlopment's completion.
Dancing Bear Aspen is putting the finishing touches on the final phase of their charming, yet sophisticated, alpine residences.
Dancing Bear Aspen - A Timbers Resorts Residence Club property located near the base of Aspen Mountain, is unveiling it's final phase this month--a new collection of residences in a building called
Dancing Bear, a Timbers Residence Club in downtown Aspen, introduces its final phase, the Mountainside building.
Following the success of last year’s hot new eatery, Steak House No.
Dancing Bear Aspen will unveil its new mountainside building in February, featuring luxury and contemporary mountain interior design by NCH Design and amenities including a movie screening room, pr
Dancing Bear phase 2: 219 E Durant Ave.Work stalled at this project in 2009 but started up again last year.
The Aspen TimesAfter nearly eight years, the Dancing Bear Aspen will soon double its residences upon completion of its second phase. Located at the corner of North Monarch Street and Durant Avenue, the Dancing Bear is a private residence club whose first , December 27, 2015
After nearly eight years, the Dancing Bear Aspen will soon double its residences upon completion of its second phase.
Dancing Bear phase 2,...Proposed development: 10 units of 1,800 to 2,000 square feet sold in fractional ownership shares, plus one 3,200-square-foot penthouse, also sold as a fractional.
The Mountainside Building, which is connected by an underground tunnel to the completed Parkside Building, contains ten 3-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom, 1,800 sq ft units, plus a 4-bedroom, 3,900 sq ft pen