Wienerstube settlement up for public review
The Aspen City Council announced today that a proposed settlement agreement regarding properties at 625 and 633 South Spring Street will be the subject of public feedback this summer.
The settlement addresses the pending lawsuit between the City of Aspen and 633 Spring II LLC regarding their 2008 redevelopment application. Details of the settlement will be explained further today at a press conference in Council Chambers at 2 p.m. The press conference will be broadcast on CGTV, Channel 11, as well as webcast at www.aspenpitkin.com.
Aspects of the proposed settlement include a new Aspen Art Museum, as well as a mixed-use building located on what is known as the Weinerstube property and an adjacent parking lot.
A physical model and renderings of the designs will be presented at the press conference.
The first reading of the ordinance for the proposal will occur before council on July 12. The second reading will occur on August 2.
Beginning Thursday, the public is invited to visit the current Aspen Art Museum, at 590 North Mill Street, to view the model and renderings and learn more about the proposed project. Brown bag lunches will also be scheduled for the public to become more familiar with the proposal.
During the public hearing on the proposal on August 2, public comment will be taken. As it is City Council’s responsibility to make decisions regarding litigation, their vote on the ordinance is final.
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