The New “East End” Neighborhood


Aspen’s new renaissance is epitomized by the new “East End” neighborhood. Loosely defined as the blocks between Main Street and Durant Avenue to the north and south and Hunter and Original Streets to the east and west, this area blends residential quaintness with neighborhood commercial vibrancy. Situated only blocks away from the core of Aspen, the Spring Street corridor is home to some of the newest and most inspired architectural projects in downtown.

Only one block away, the new state-of-the-art Aspen Art Museum anchors the East End, establishing the neighborhood as the cultural center of town. The location of The Spring Building affords all of the conveniences of a bustling neighborhood while in close proximity to all of Aspen’s most important attractions. The East End is where shoppers come to explore, diners come to discover and businesses go to thrive.

Nestled within the rugged mountains of Colorado, Aspen is known for its unique cosmopolitan character and breathtaking scenery. World class skiing, five star dining, arts, culture and premier musical events – Aspen has something for everyone.

The commercial tenant mix of Aspen ranges from high-end boutique and international retail vendors to local, as well as corporate business offices. Needless to say, locating a business of any type or scale in Aspen provides exposure to a diverse customer/client base. As the saying goes, "people come for the winters and stay for the summers," Aspen is a vibrant town all year long.

The location of The Spring Building in downtown Aspen's bustling "East End" provides the benefits of a neighborhood context while being only a few short steps from the core of Aspen: the Hyman and Cooper Malls. Its proximity to the Silver Queen Gondola makes morning meetings on Ajax Mountain that much more accessible.