Hello Aspen Commercial Space Seekers!

Aspen Airport Business Center

This site is for:

  • The Ski.com Building (also known as Building 210) and
  • The Deer Hill Building (also known as Building 209)

No marijuana businesses accepted; please don’t call and ask. 

What we have available now or in the near future:

  • 1,939 sq. ft. high ceilings, garage door, private half bath, large space measuring about 30′ by 70′. Perfect for business that need lots of storage and proximity to Aspen. Four year lease minimum. Please call 970-618-3544 during normal business hours if you are interested in this space. 

If you need information about other buildings at the Aspen Airport Business Center, call 970-925-2102.

The Aspen Airport Business Center (ABC) is about three miles east of downtown Aspen via Highway 82 and across the Highway from the airport.  Aspen has four ski resorts; the ABC is located ¾ of a mile from Buttermilk Ski Resort, three miles from Aspen Mountain, eight miles from Snowmass and 3.5 miles from Aspen Highlands.

The central location of the ABC allows easy access to a population of over 25,000 people who live within 40 miles of Aspen. These people live in and near this resort for its exceptional quality of life. The ABC supports basic businesses which don’t require or justify the maintenance of a downtown Aspen location or utilize the ABC for supporting their in-town location which generally costs at least three times as much as the ABC on a square foot basis.

The ABC is home to about 300 businesses and the same number of residential units.  Some of the more prominent businesses include Ski.com, the largest wholesaler/retailer of ski vacations in the United States, Obermeyer Ski Wear, one of the largest ski apparel designers/manufacturers in the world, and the Aspen Skiing Company, which operates Aspen and Snowmass’s four ski resorts and owns and/or operates various ancillary businesses. See the Directory for information about businesses in Buildings 209 and 210. 

The Aspen airport provides commercial and private air access to Aspen. It is the third busiest airport in the state, and one of the top destinations for private aircraft in the U.S. Direct commercial service is available on United, Frontier and Delta airlines with scheduled non-stop flights to Denver, Salt Lake City, Chicago, Los Angeles and more. 

The ABC features office, storage, light industrial and retail locations with relatively easy and free parking that makes it a popular place to (re)locate service and essential needs for the entire Roaring Folk Valley.

There are many commercial and residential possibilities at the ABC and it has developed a character all its own, even though it is only a few miles from the center of Aspen.  

209Building (1)

Deer Hill Building — eight commercial units (all around 2,000 sq. ft.)