A penthouse at Dancing Bear Aspen sold for $16 million, setting a unit price record in the city and just in time for ski season. At a price of $5,427 per square foot, the sale tops the previous most expensive residence sold in downtown Aspen earlier this year by more than $1,100 per square foot and caps off more than $40 million in closings at the new Mountainside building in Q4 2016 alone.
Luxury penthouse boasts 2,948 square feet including four bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms and 3,500 square feet of outdoor living space on one of the largest residential rooftop decks in downtown Aspen. Located at the base of one of Colorado’s most renowned ski slopes, the Mountainside building also features 10 three-bedroom, three-and-a half-bathroom corner residences averaging 1,900 square feet and sold in 1/8th fractional interests starting at $825,000.
Most recently, Dancing Bear Aspen introduced a Rejuvenation Spa featuring five spaces of tranquility and relaxation, including a Float Pod saline flotation tank, an oxygen aromatherapy lounge, two hydro-massage stations, an overhead water treatment area and a steam chamber. Mountainside will also welcome a new full-service restaurant and bar in summer 2017.
Dancing Bear Aspen owners have access to the full suite of amenities housed in the Parkside building, including a private screening room, fitness facility, wine room and cellar, rooftop lounge and spas, and preferred access to The Monarch steakhouse.