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Salt Lake City & MSA/CSA Rundown

Autumn In Salt Lake City's Metro Mountain Parks

Southern Metro Canyons - Pic By Aaron Wilson @ http://aaronwilsonphoto.com/images/portfolio/08.jpg

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Downtown Update - 95 So. State - Under Construction - July through October Timeline


https://kutv.com/resources/media/dd4...?1556058476688


View of the 95 S. State Office Tower site on the left and the Liberty Sky Residential Tower site on the right. Background and rising above downtown to the Northeast is the Avenues District


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Does anyone know when the steel is scheduled to start going up on Tower 8? The central elevator core is pretty tall, it appears to be about 10 storys tall?
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They have been pouring concrete for the first floor/ground level. I would think that once this is complete and set, we would start to see steel rise. I think this may be in the next 2 weeks. That would give the core another 1 or 2 levels.


July 29th

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Updated images of 95 State I took yesterday:
Steel rising!



Rendering, looking south toward north face of 95 S. State Tower, mid-block Social Hall Avenue and Canopy structure on the left


Photo taken July 28th - Looking north, showing a partial view of subterranean structures at the bottom of photo with mid-block Social Hall Avenue and Canopy in the background.

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Excellent shot of 95 So. State today from u/chaunceton on the subreddit:
August 12th



August 26th

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95 State and Liberty Sky rising
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August 28th

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95 State starting to make a big impact at City Creek:



Photos By Atlas



September 12th

Photo By Scott Harding




September 20th

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I was downtown yesterday and snapped some quick pics for project updates!





Photos By Highrise_ Mike



CAM Update, 95 S. State & Liberty Sky - September 28th


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...Finally, here's an update on 95 State and Liberty Sky (from 5 minutes ago)
95 South State on the left and Liberty Sky to the right.




October 6th

Source: u/chaunceton


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Downtown West - Another major development for North Temple - 1407 West


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It looks like more changes will be coming along North Temple in the somewhat near future.

A new project area was recently announced. 1407 W North Temple, also known as the Rocky Mountain Service Center.

100 Acres in total but will be done in 2 phases. The Gadsby power plant will be shutting down in the next few years and Phase 2 will be the existing power plant area.


Investment Highlights

100+ Acre Redevelopment Site is Accepting Request for Qualification & Redevelopment Concept.

Brand new Rocky Mountain Power Headquarters anticipated to anchor the site


Excellent site location within 5 minutes of downtown, an international airport, Utah's largest transit hub and miles of outdoor trails and recreation

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Additional info from the RFQ Document: https://images1.loopnet.com/d2/hwCam...4/document.pdf

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Phase One: Expression of Interest A brief letter of interest to formally participate in the Request for Qualifications process should be submitted into the procurement system. Once complete, the applicant will receive a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) for signature. Upon receipt of the signed NDA, applicants will be formally admitted into the process and will receive access to any further instructions and FAQ’s that may be available at the time. [Phase 1 Deadline October 30, 2020 at 5PM MST]

Phase Two: Request for QualificationsThis initial phase is primarily focused on the qualifications and proven record of the development team to execute a successful project that aligns with the goals and visions of the RMP team. Submissions will be evaluated according to the Threshold and Response Criteria presented earlier in this document. All questions related to the RFQ must be submitted via the JAGGAER system by November 10, 2020 at 5PM MST. [Phase 2 Deadline November 15, 2020 at 5PM MST]

Phase Three: Request for Proposals The top-qualified development teams will be formally invited to provide a complete proposal. This proposal may include a general development plan, phasing and traffic flow visualization, 3D modeling of initial phases, detailed community engagement plan, pro forma and economic analysis, construction management plan, program management plan, environmental compliance and stewardship approach. There will be a particular focus on the design and development of the RMP Headquarters as the anchor tenant for the site and part of its initial phase. The proposals will be evaluated to determine which applicants will be selected for Phase Four. [Phase 3 Deadline January 29, 2021 at 5PM MST]

Phase Four: Team Interviews Qualifying proposals will participate in a forward auction via the JAGGAER system to determine the final price for the project. Finalists from the auction will be selected for an in depth interview. Mandatory attendance by the following team members: Project Manager, Proposed Lead Architect, Lead Environmental Consultant or Senior Staff Member, Lead Finance/Economic Consultant or Senior Staff Member. All attendees must have speaking parts in the interview. The finalists are to provide all materials one week prior to the interview. The Evaluation Committee will select the most qualified team based on the presentation, scoring and overall alignment with the RMP vision. There may be a development team selected as a backup in case the awarded team fails to complete Phase Five. [Phase 4 Deadline Week of Feb. 1, 2021]

Phase Five: Negotiation and Execution of Agreement with Development TeamRMP is particularly interested in a timely launch and development of initial phases of the site. As such upon selection RMP will enter into negotiations that should not exceed 3 months to finalize. Upon execution, the development team should expect to begin steps within 30 days to move the project forward. [Phase 5 May 8, 2021]


There are also emails/documents from SLC Mayor Mendenhall and the Head of Economic Development Corp of Utah (EDCU) both offering support and assistance.



The Mayor also mentioned:
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Salt Lake City is prepared to both create a path for such development and be a partner in making it successful. We look forward to assisting with zoning changes that may be needed, additional planning, area designations, and providing financial support and tools as the project may require and as benefits the residents of our unique City.

Theresa Foxley from the EDCU Stated:
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EDCUtah and its partners believe that this project will serve as an important catalyst for additional economic development opportunities in this area. As such, state leaders are committed to assisting this proposed project as a key growth opportunity for the Salt Lake City metropolitan area. EDCUtah is committed to assisting this project move forward and conveys its strong support of the project’s proposed objectives.

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It does seem that this will be very big for the area and the City overall.




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Amazing! Given another ten years, North Temple between downtown and the airport will be almost unrecognizable from what it was ten years ago. It seems as if Salt Lake's construction boom has taken on an even more heightened urgency. Makid, or those of you in the know. Have you noticed if there have been construction crews coming in from other Metro areas to fill the labor gap needed in the Salt Lake Metro?




Downtown, Newly Announced - The Cinq, The Greenprint and Central West


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Is this the project directly adjacent to the CINQ project on 200 south.
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No, this is across 200 S from those. It's replacing In the Venue.
So, Central West will be on the southeast corner...


...and The Greenprint will be across the street on the northeast corner...


...and The Cinq will be directly east of The Greenprint. That's a lot of construction coming up for that stretch of a block on 200 South.


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Downtown Update - Latest Aerial Drone Flyover - The Broadway Cottonwood Apartments


Broadway Apartments - ABIDroneFlight - Site Progress Orbit October 6th - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SW-SmfnVEek

Renderings, Cottonwood Broadway Apartments


PROJECT DATA
Located on the east side Salt Lake City’s vibrant downtown and iconic buildings like the Salt Lake City Public Library, the Leonardo Museum, and Salt Palace Convention Center, Cottonwood Broadway is well positioned to give residents access
to all that the City has to offer. The Studio PBA project consists of one 7-story building, with units ranging from studios to 2-bedrooms. Residents will have covered parking options located on the first two floors of the building, while the
top 5 floors are reserved for amenities and residential units. The contemporary building design provides sweeping views of the Wasatch Range from the roof top pool and residences, an expansive multi-level fitness center, and other amenity
spaces such as a cyber cafe, mail center, and full service leasing center with conference rooms.


MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT
Client: Cottonwood Residential
Completion: 2021
Units / Density: 256 Units / 148 DU/ACRE
Program: Multi-Family Residential



200 South Street Engagement

https://i0.wp.com/www.buildingsaltla...4%2C1042&ssl=1




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I walked by there the other day and saw a development company banner up and thought something may be happening soon. That Makes The Birdie, The Exchange, The Broadway,
The Magnolia and the nearly complete Quattro all going up in just a couple blocks of each other.

Plus The Morton is about 1/3 full and Moda Luxe appears to preparing the buildings for demo in the near future. Lots of infill in that area.
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That's fantastic for downtown density's sake to have so many new feet on the ground. I know what a huge difference it makes having witnessed the seemingly sudden transformation of downtown L.A. these
past ten years. All of the new mid-rise and high-rise residential has transformed downtown Los Angeles from partially dead at night and on weekends to incredibly vibrant and full of activity both days and evenings, especially on weekends.

300 South Street Engagement

Studio PBA for Cottonwood Development - http://www.studiopba.com/cottonwood-broadway-apartments


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Update, Sugar House District - Park Avenue Project


Latest ABIDrone Flyover - October 6th - The 40 Park Avenue Construction : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYmuQn90NGQ


Sugar House Park

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This enthusiastically welcomed development was formerly the giant parking lot of the big-box retailer Shopko. We all love getting rid of big parking lots.
Both the 80 and 60 Park Ave. structures are now completed. The 40 Park structure is progressing rapidly as you can see in the ABIDrone flyover


https://redirectdigital.com/wp-conte...rk_ave_slc.jpg


Under Construction - Updated Rendering - The 1240 Park Avenue Apartments

The updated rendering, showing front changes. They've also added an additional floor. This updated rendering was released a little over a month ago.

https://www.connect.media/wp-content...dering-SLC.jpg


Park Avenue Developments

The buildings are replacing 9 acres of underutilized land near the heart of Sugar House. There are two new east-to-west streets to the north and south of the
development that will connect Highland Drive to 1300 East. The development will also include two new north to south throughways connecting Ashton to Stringham.



Aerial of projects as seen from the I-80 and 1300 East Interchange


Rendering of the clock tower looking southwest from Stringham Avenue. Image courtesy Dixon Architects.



Sugar House - Crede Residential Launch Development - https://www.connect.media/crede-cott...ent-on-slc-mf/

Irvine, CA-headquartered CREDE broke ground on Park Avenue Apartments, a 238-unit multifamily complex in Salt Lake City’s Sugar House community. Developed in partnership with Salt Lake City-based Cottonwood Residential, the project is set for a Q4 2021 delivery.

CREDE’s Colby Durnin says, “Park Avenue Apartments will provide highly desirable apartments in the burgeoning Sugar House area. The economic growth of Utah and Salt Lake City in particular, have led to a strong need for new residential options, as more companies relocate or open offices in Salt Lake City.”

The mid-rise 238-unit project will offer studio, one and two-bedroom apartment homes. Each unit will include nine-foot ceilings, luxury vinyl wood plank flooring, upgraded cabinetry and stone countertops, with most units having a balcony or patio. The building will also feature 1,400 square feet of retail space, a fitness center, and a resort-style pool with an outdoor terrace that includes fire pits, barbecues and two hot tubs.


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Current and Upcoming Projects
By Orlando - Views from the west of current and upcoming construction




View from the east of current and upcoming construction

By Orlando


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Downtown Update - Hyatt Regency, Convention Center Hotel

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2020 will be the year of the tower crane for SLC




April 15th - Photo By Luke Garrott of BuildingSaltLake.com

Convention center hotel project from 200 South, at West Temple. Photo by Luke Garrott.


Construction on the hotel started Jan. 13 and the grand opening is scheduled for October 2022.

Jason Lee for the Deseret News...Salt Lake County officials, in conjunction with Atlanta-based real estate developer Portman Holdings, broke ground Friday on the building, which the Hyatt Hotels Corp.
will manage and operate as the new Hyatt Regency Salt Lake City. The new hotel will be located at the corner of 200 South and West Temple in downtown Salt Lake City, adjacent to the Salt Palace Convention Center.

Scheduled to open in October 2022, the $377-million project will be partially financed through the Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy program, which allows for specialty financing to enable green energy design and implementation,
a news release stated. The 700-plus room hotel will be among the first “ground-up” developments to utilize the program in the Beehive State...

...“It gives us another layer of sophistication when it comes to attracting bigger and better shows to the state of Utah that helps the entire area. Utah’s going to take a better step in terms of prominence on the national stage because of a
facility like this,” he said. “People that hadn’t considered the state before are now going to say, ‘I need to look at Utah, I need to be in Utah for these conventions.’ That’s what kind of prominence this new center is going to give us.”

The 686,784-square-foot, 26-story hotel will include 700 guest rooms and 60,000 square feet of meeting space, as well as two separate restaurants on the first and sixth floors and a lobby bar. The sixth-floor restaurant will sit adjacent to
an outdoor area with a swimming pool, as well as a 7,500-square-foot outdoor terrace for events and other activities.

The project will be directly connected to the Salt Palace Convention Center to provide convenience for convention attendees, Baisiwala said...

...“This hotel is built directly into the convention center, which makes it exceptionally easy for the convention attendees to go in and out from their hotel rooms into the convention center,” he said. “Perhaps more importantly, it has a lot
of suites — big rooms where VIPs can be housed. And it also has a lot of meeting space which augments the number of meeting rooms of the Salt Palace.”




Salt Lake City's Salt Palace Convention Center. Convention Center Hotel to rise at the far south end pictured here.

https://www.monaco-saltlakecity.com/...r-c3205e56.jpg


Note the Circular Plaza at the bottom, which was the former appearance of the plaza that has now become the construction zone of the new Convention Center Hotel

https://static1.squarespace.com/stat...55/SLC+library







May 25th

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Still mostly foundation work at the Hyatt Regency site (yesterday). It's a big hole in the ground:

Pic By Atlas



August 14th

Pic By Stayinginformed


August 14th
Steel Above Ground at the CCH Site

Pic By Stayinginformed



Sept 5th

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Apparently there was a big concrete pour of the foundation this last weekend. https://www.linkedin.com/posts/portm...647171584-nFH9



Sept 20th






Photos By Highrise_Mike


October 2nd

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Crew is onsite assembling the second tower crane at the Convention Center Hotel site this morning. Exciting to see so many cranes in the sky!
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...Right now, the two main elevator cores are starting to go vertical and the South core will be poured in the next week. The Slab On Grade is being poured for the basement parking garage. Concrete columns are being set and poured and the foundation walls are continuing around the perimeter of the building as well as for the parking garage ramp down in the basement.
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Hyatt Regency Salt Lake City - Progress Videos 10/2/20

Hyatt Regency Convention Center Hotel - October 2nd
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Hensel Phelps Tower Crane Erection
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Hensel Phelps Tower Crane Erection - Timelapse
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As much as I'd love to see that 500+ footer at 100 S and Main, we all know that it's a pipe dream right now. Hopefully the increased national interest in SLC that has been building lately translates into Zions Bank deciding to build something there sooner. It really is a prime location for a nice mixed-use tower.

All of the other towers (except the Cascade) are active projects though. We could be looking at four or more new buildings in SLC's top 5 tallest in the next five years.
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Update - Southern Metro - Saratoga Springs Temple


The temple will be three stories tall and approximately 87,000 square feet in size. An adjacent 21,000-square-foot meetinghouse will also be built. https://churchofjesuschristtemples.org/temples/


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26 April 2020 - Courtesy of Glenn LeFors


26 April 2020 - Courtesy of Glenn LeFors


2 June 2020 Courtesy of Sunroc Corporation


12 July 2020 Courtesy of Jason Gibson

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...Update - Southern Metro - Saratoga Springs Temple Continued...https://churchofjesuschristtemples.org/temples/

19 July 2020 - Courtesy of Jason Gibson


2 August 2020 - Courtesy of Jason Gibson - Meetinghouse (foreground) and temple (background)


2 August 2020 - Courtesy of Jason Gibson


9 August 2020 - Courtesy of Jason Gibson


16 August 2020 - Courtesy of Jason Gibson


6 September 2020 - Courtesy of Jason Gibson


9 September 2020 Courtesy of Aaron Tate - Setting final piece of steel for steeple frame


20 September 2020 Courtesy of Jason Gibson


2 October 2020 Courtesy of James Turner


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Updates - Southern Metro - New City Hall, Provo



August 25th

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Foundation work is underway.

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October 5th



Photo by Tosh Metzger and posted at New Provo Developments on Facebook.


Another update by Tosh:

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Southern Metro - Provo - East Bay Apartments


Located near the Provo East Bay Golf Course and I-15 for easy access. Amenities include outdoor terraces, pool and BBQ areas, fitness and community rooms, and bike storage rooms.

Date: Under Construction

Size: 2 Buildings, 6-Story, 760 Units

Type: Multi-Family Residential




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Update, Southern Metro - Intermountain Healthcare's Spanish Fork Hospital Nearing Completion


The Intermountain Healthcare hospital, located at 765 E. Market Place Drive, will be built on 45 acres east of Interstate 15 and North of U.S. Highway 6 in a spot Paul Bliss, a cowboy poet, called in a poem, “a graveyard of unproductive land.”

The $150 million hospital will have 30 beds and focus on women’s and medical/surgical services, consistent with community hospitals. It will include five labor and delivery rooms, two caesarean section rooms, two antepartum rooms, 12 postpartum beds, 12 emergency department rooms, four operating rooms and two gastroenterology suites.

The hospital will also provide imagine services, cardiopulmonary diagnostic testing and infusion therapy. There will be an on-site medical office building and an Intermountain InstaCare.

Hospital now scheduled to open April 2021



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Southern Metro, Provo - Blue Sky receives unanimous tax increment approval for construction go ahead


The six-story structure will consist of 136 one and two bedroom apartments, a parking terrace and 10,000 square feet of ground floor retail space.


A rendering of the Blue Sky Apartments, soon to be built between Center Street and 100 East. Courtesy Blue Sky Llc


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Southern Metro - Mammoth Facebook Data Center Approaching Go-Time


The $1 Billion data center is pushing towards completion.
https://www.deseret.com/utah/2020/10...tah-tax-breaks


...Facebook’s $1 billion-plus data center...on the west side of Utah County is just one of 13 across the country and, when complete, will occupy some 1.5 million square feet.

Exactly how much data the facility will be able to hold is a little murky, and the company isn’t saying, but experts estimate the nearby highly secretive National Security Agency data center in Bluffdale, which has a similar footprint, might accommodate 3-12 exabytes of data. And don’t feel bad if you haven’t heard of an exabyte, the term for 10006 or 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 bytes of information.

In a report released Thursday, Facebook says it spent $11.5 billion from 2017 to 2019 on capital expenditures...In Eagle Mountain, the company says it has kept over 1,200 workers busy during peak construction, and the data center operation will, when complete, “support” 200 jobs (though only a few dozen employees are actually needed to manage the actual facility...)

...“We are proud to invest $1 billion into Eagle Mountain but even prouder to see how our investments spur further economic benefits for the area...



Work continues on the new Facebook data center in Eagle Mountain. Scott G Winterton

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Central Metro - Novva to build $1bn hyperscale campus in West Jordan


An artist's impression of Novva's hyperscale campus – Novva

...$1bn will be invested over the next several years into the campus with hopes it can attract customers from competitors in Arizona, Nevada, Colorado, and even Oregon.

The construction is taking place over four phases and will total over 1.5 million sq ft of data center space when finished, should all phases be completed.

The first phase, involving a 300,000 sq ft (28,000 sq m) data center, is currently being built. It also includes a 120MW substation and an 80,000 sq ft (7,500 sq m) office building which will be Novva's headquarters.

The data center will be available for client deployments in early 2021.

“The facilities are state-of-the-art, imaginatively engineered, purpose-designed and built, and of such scale that it will accommodate 250KW clients to 30MW clients,” said Swenson, founder and CEO of Novva. Swenson is the former CEO of C7 Data Centers, which was acquired by Databank in 2017. “We believe Utah is a hidden gem for one of the largest wholesale colocation campuses in the United States," he said.

"Some of its attributes include low-cost power, low disaster risk, low latency, dense long haul fiber, high altitude cold desert, central Western US location, an expanding International Airport, and no sales tax on equipment purchases."

Novva’s data centers will allow for bespoke suites, optional turn-key, as well as secure multi-tenant services. The company has also designed and engineered the facilities to operate without water year-round, with a cooling system designed in collaboration with BASX Solutions...


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Central Metro/East, Park City - PCMR development involves a four-star hotel


Jay Hamburger for the Park Record -
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Preliminary Rendering: The Provo firm that plans a major development at Park City Mountain Resort wants to build a hotel,
shown on the left, as part of the project. It is designed to be a four-star property.Courtesy of PEG Development

The Provo firm that intends to acquire the Park City Mountain Resort lots for a major development wants to essentially anchor the project with a hotel nice enough to garner four stars, a property that would be seen as adding to the area’s already desirable lineup of lodging options.

The four-star label was included in a City Hall report that was drafted in anticipation of a Park City Planning Commission meeting. PEG Companies earlier reached a deal with PCMR owner Vail Resorts to acquire the lots, which hold significant development rights dating from the 1990s. The deal would not be finalized until after the Planning Commission discussions. The Planning Commission is working through a series of topics with a decision on the project not expected for months.

The report issued prior to the meeting scheduled on Wednesday outlines the hotel concept and identifies the 249-room property as a “four-star hotel.” It would include a restaurant, a bar, a spa, a fitness center, a pool, a lounge outside that people could ski to and from as well as retail spaces covering 6,000 square feet. There would also be convention and meeting space stretching through 26,000 square feet. Another approximately 17,000 square feet of skier services and resort ticketing operations could be located in the building, the report says. The property would have three wings and two parking levels for the hotel that would be operated as a valet service. The report says City Hall staffers note that the rooms “appear quite small” at an approximate 350 square feet. In prepared responses to a Park Record inquiry about the hotel, Robert Schmidt, the president of PEG Development, described the desire for a lodging property of the sort proposed.
“We are planning for a four-star hotel because, based on our years of hospitality experience, we know that this level provides the high level of service needed here, including an on-site restaurant, fitness center, spa, room service and meeting rooms with quality attention to service and detail. That’s missing right now at the base of one of North America’s premier ski resorts. PEG is excited about how this property will positively contribute to the community,” he said.
Schmidt added: “The master plan calls for a hotel because the location is ideal for destination guests who can come to Park City via mass transit, shuttle or a car service such as Uber and Lyft, ultimately, decreasing the number of cars coming into Park City.” Schmidt declined to discuss names of potential operators, saying it is premature to identify them as the firm continues through the Planning Commission process. The Park City area since the late 1990s has added a series of high-end lodging properties with internationally known branding. The hotel projects have stretched from the edge of Deer Valley to Canyons Village.


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Woodside Park, Phase II, is a City-sponsored housing development that is planned to include 58 total affordable, attainable, and market-rate units...The expected completion for Woodside Park, Phase II is Winter 2020.

Woodside Park, Phase II is part of the City's greater affordable housing goal of a total of 800 new units by 2026. It is the City's intent that by creating affordable housing, a community critical priority, Park City's sense of community will be reinforced and our neighborhoods strengthened.

Location: 1361 Woodside Avenue, Park City, Utah

Program: 58-unit affordable housing master plan development with onsite parking. Units include a mix of studio, 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom flats and townhomes.

Amenities: Mid-block public pedestrian walkway and plaza connecting Park Avenue with Park City Mountain.

Sustainability: NetZero energy design with on-site solar panel array powering the building.




Rendering of Woodside Park, Phase II from Empire Ave


Rendering of Woodside Park, Phase II from Woodside Ave

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