Auberge Residences

Aspen, CO

  • 20 four- and three-bedroom townhouses, with ultra-high end


  • The famous Aspen Club and Spa (in operation since 1976)
  • Full service restaurant
  • Heated outdoor swimming pool
  • Managed by Auberge Resorts, famous for tasteful luxury based upon timeless design and unparalleled service

The future Auberge Residences will be located just a five-minute walk from America’s most famous ski mountain. Hotel guests will also be within walking distance of the town of Aspen, and can enjoy everything Aspen has to offer, including:

  • World-class restaurants
  • Luxury brand shopping
  • Outdoor activities such as skiing, hiking, biking, and rafting
  • Aspen Music Festival and The Aspen Institute and many other cultural interests

The InvestAmerica Regional Center is a USCIS Approved Regional Center. The Regional Center’s service area includes the entire state of Colorado.

Aspen, CO

Also known as “The Alps of America”, Aspen is the #1 ski resort in America, hosting over 2.2 million visitors per year. Every year Aspen receives the highest ratings from sports and travel magazines and publications:

National Geographic: World’s Best Ski Town

US News and World Report: Best Ski Destination

Ski Magazine: Top Resort in US

FREESKIER: #2 Ski Resort in North America Top Ski Resort in the World

“While most housing markets in the rest of the country continue to struggle with anemic demand and foreclosures -- and sales at many other luxury ski resorts are still sluggish – Aspen has forged its own orbit. The average home price has increased over the past four years, to $6 million in 2010 from $5.4 million in 2006, according to multiple listings data. The median price for a single-family home is now the highest in the country at $4.6 million says San Francisco – based Altos Research, surpassing the Hamptons, Beverly Hills, and Palm Beach.… With celebrity regulars like Lance Armstrong and Goldie Hawn, Aspen is an anointed stop on the international jet-set circuit, a place where the wealthy come to play and spend. Increasingly, they’re putting down roots there.” ~The Wall Street Journal, in an article naming Aspen “The Most Expensive Town in America.”