Four years after the public-private redevelopment opened, sandwiched between Main Street Aspen and the Rio Grande Park, some question its vibrancy

ASPEN –  It’s been four years since Obermeyer Place opened for business and whether it’s deemed a success is the $64 million question — literally, because that’s the price of the public-private development.Some, including Aspen’s elected officials, say the redeveloped industrial and business park on Rio Grande Place has become a gentrified wasteland without the vibrancy or vitality that was envisioned for the 2.27-acre site.
By Carolyn Sackariason, August 16, 2009, Aspen Times Weekly

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