Managing Partner


Tim Belinski has spearheaded the development work at Willits Town Center for two different ownership groups since 2007. His involvement has included the planned design and build out, leasing and sales, oversight of PUD entitlements and permitting, and the activation of property management. Given the significance of the center to the town’s economic wellbeing, his stability and professional leadership have been highly regarded in the community and by town officials. His involvement with the Willits merchants, design review board, master association, HOAs, and town staff and council members have made him an integral part of the success of Willits.

Prior to his work at Willits, Belinski was Chief Financial Officer for 18 years at Sport Obermeyer, a local, family owned ski industry business, and while there he managed the approvals process and development of Obermeyer Place, a 265,000 square foot mixed-use condominium project in downtown Aspen. Belinski’s experience includes being a CPA with Arthur Andersen & Co (Denver) and received an Accounting degree from University of Denver. He has held numerous board president/chairman and treasurer positions for local non-profit organizations, including Valley View Hospital and the Aspen Valley Ski and Snowboard Club.


Managing Partner


Andrew Light is an Aspen/Snowmass native with 25 years of real estate development and investment experience that includes office, luxury residential, workforce housing, and retail. He is also a co-owner of Aspen Snowmass Sotheby’s International Realty, the leading brokerage firm in the Aspen/Snowmass market with annual sales of over $3 billion.

From 1997 to 2006 Andrew was based in San Francisco. He sourced retail, residential and distressed loan acquisitions for Village Properties, a private real estate investment firm in San Francisco, CA with a track record of over $1.5 billion in real estate investments. His experience also includes positions with Menlo Equities, a Palo Alto, CA based commercial real estate investment firm, Goldman Sachs, and INCAE, an executive education program founded by the Harvard Business School in Costa Rica. Light received a BA in Economics magna cum laude from Duke University and an MBA from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business. He is a past President of Snowmass Village Rotary, a founder and past Chair of the Aspen Young Presidents Organization, and currently on the board of and a coach for the Aspen Lacrosse Club.