Business Briefs: Keith Webster Construction Returns; Rossingol moves from pop-up to permanent in Aspen; Solar Garfield Event March 4th


Keith Webster Construction returns to Aspen

Keith M. Webster Construction has returned to the Roaring Fork Valley after a 10 year hiatus in Napa Valley, California.

The company built dozens of homes in Aspen and Snowmass between 1998 and 2008 until the Great Recession forced them to move to California. Founder and owner Keith Webster and his business partner wife, Chelli, have hung their clapboards again in Aspen.

Keith and Chelli Webster

With nearly five decades of experience, Webster has worked with the Historic Preservation Commission to build modern luxury homes, mountain retreats, and traditional homes, complete multiple home and kitchen conversions, and renovate numerous historic buildings.

Keith Webster Construction can be reached at 970-618-3887 or via the website

Rossignol opens permanent Aspen store

After a successful pop-up boutique, Rossignol has opened a larger, permanent retail location in downtown Aspen.

The new 2,500 square foot building is located at 534 E. Cooper Ave. and is in the same spot where the old boogie building once stood.

The new Rossignol store at 534 E. Cooper Ave. (Courtesy photo).

“Over the past three years we have been incredibly fortunate to share our brand with the Aspen community,” said Francois Goulet, president of Rossignol Group North America, in a statement. ‚ÄúThis new store location embodies so much of the liveliness of the city. We couldn’t think of a better place to showcase our new collections and Rossignol’s 110-year history in winter sports. “

Aspen’s new flagship is added to Rossignol’s list of retail stores and pop-up locations in the United States, Canada, France, Italy, Switzerland, Norway and China.

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