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The city of Aspen is launching a public outreach and engagement process for three upcoming affordable housing projects that could result in around 200 new units.
Earlier this summer Aspen City Council set a priority to build more affordable housing and directed staff to work on developing around 200 units in Burlingame Phase III, the BMC West Lumberyard property and Water Place II. Public outreach and engagement are integral to the development process and it is imperative to include the community and future homeowners in the process. “Framing the Future” is the overarching theme for the engagement for the three projects with outreach to begin Wednesday at the Aspen Community Picnic.