One Aspen takes its name from the historic Lift One, installed on Aspen Mountain in 1946. Once the longest ski lift on the planet, Lift One transformed Aspen into an iconic ski resort that grew into one of the most coveted in the world. In 1971, the old Lift One was replaced by the improved Lift 1A, and the lift that launched the Aspen legend earned a spot on the National Register of Historic Places.
Today, One Aspen welcomes fourteen families to share in the one opportunity to own a piece of Aspen’s rich history within a contemporary on-mountain retreat.
One chairlift changed the ski industry forever and set in motion another fascinating chapter in Aspen’s history.
Our Vision of Contemporary Mountain Living
The fourteen residences of One Aspen mimic the lines of their mountain backdrop. These mountain retreats step up the slope sides, allowing each home to have its own distinctive identity. Four understated buildings create a curated collection of connected homes, surrounded by canopied trees and lush greenery. Flow-through floorplans range from 4,021 to 5,780 square feet, showcasing the modern lines and minimalist design of contemporary mountain living.
The design emphasises indoor/outdoor living, fulfilling dreams of mountain dwelling. Ride the elevator up to the main living quarters, where inspiring views of Aspen Mountain’s beautiful landscape loom large. Escape to a private terrace and soak in the silence of the setting amid the fresh alpine air. The ultimate expression of modern living beckons atop your exclusive rooftop living space—a serene sanctuary above it all, surrounded by unobstructed mountain and sunset panoramas.