Unmasking the Mysterious Mohamed Hadid

March 1988 – Regardies: The Business of Wadhington, by Harry Jaffe THE FIRST TIME Mohamed Anwar Hadid set foot in Aspen, he felt almost weightless. He stepped out of a Citation jet, took a deep breath of the crisp mountain air, and marveled at the wonders that surrounded him: the big sky, the jagged peaks, […]

Aspen: The Call of the Wild

From The New York Times Magazine, Jan. 21, 1990. The sun first peeks over the Continental Divide just after six on New Years Day, and partic­ularly at this hour, it seems there could be no more beautiful place on earth than the Roaring Fork Valley—red-tinged clay, bright white snow and a pure blue in the […]

Sportsmanlike Conduct

December 1990 – Washington Home and Garden Sportsmanlike Conduct From Walter Chrysler in the 1930s to Mohamed Hadid today, the owners of Pokety Farm in Maryland are turned into hunting enthusiasts. WINTER’S DAWN DOES NOT COME quietly to Pokety Farm, developer Mohamed Hadid’s exquisite sporting lodge. Thousands of ducks and geese honk, sheep bleet, horses […]