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Wrigley Gum Empire Heir Sells Aspen Mansion for $30 Million

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Chewing gum heiress William Wrigley Jr. sold his Aspen, Colorado mansion for $30 million, according to real estate records.

A 1930s Wrigley advertisement.


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The buyer is a trust tied to Texas residents Corinna Holt Richter and Joseph Brian Richter Jr., according to property records. Richter is the great-grandson of Benjamin Holt. developed one of the first commercially successful tractors Moved on rails instead of wheels. His company was his one of two companies that merged to become a construction equipment giant. caterpillarShe is the president of Holtcat.

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A heavy equipment and engine dealer, according to her LinkedIn profile.

Mr. Wrigley and Mr. and Mrs. Richter could not be reached for comment.

The Aspen mansion has been on the market for $32.25 million since June, according to the listing’s website.

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According to real estate records, the property last traded for $8.4 million in 2004.

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The Mountain Style home was built in 1998 and renovated in 2019, according to Riley Warwick and Joshua Susslove’s listing.

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Approximately 7,500 square feet with 4 bedrooms, gym, game room and bar. There is also a wraparound outdoor deck and hot tub. The listing says the property has views of Aspen and Buttermilk Mountain and direct access to the Rio Grande Trail.

Mr Wrigley has listed two other contiguous land parcels and is asking for $26.875 million each, records show.

Mr. Wrigley is the former CEO of Wrigley & Co., the chewing gum company his great-grandfather founded in the late 19th century. The company he sold to Mars in 2008 for $23 billion. Most recently, he was the CEO of the marijuana company Parallel.

Chris Souki of Coldwell Banker Mason Morse represented the buyer.

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