Rarely does one have the opportunity to own a truly iconic and historically significant building from Aspen's architectural golden age. Placed prominently on Main Street next to the Sardy House, the former Library building was a collaboration between Aspen's most famous post-war architects. Herbert Bayer of the Bauhaus movement and Fritz Benedict, a student, and associate of Frank Lloyd Wright, designed this 8,152 square foot building to capture views of both Aspen and Red Mountain. The low-pitched roof and clerestory windows create a natural lighting scheme that changes with the day and with the seasons. The sophisticated interior spaces and generous ceiling heights provide the opportunity to create a new Aspen masterpiece and the lot size allows for additional development. With 13 parking spaces and proximity to Restaurant Row and downtown shopping, the combination of the magnitude and location of this property is rare. The sale contains two separate parcels, one which allows for additional development. Please review the Land Use Report for further details. This is the perfect combination of history, art, architecture, and convenience!