A few updates regarding developments around town:
-Boyer Plumb Park City, the developers of Park City Heights at Quinn’s Junction, made it through the Park City Planning Commission on a 5-0 with there bid to get the project annexed into the city. The plan is to build 157 regular priced units and 116 affordable housing units on 287 acres at the intersection of US-40 and SR 248.
Next up, the City Council will vote whether to actually annex the property or not. They will take into consideration the Planning Commission’s recommendation. Boyer Plumb will more than likely loose some density in its next round with the city, and then face many more hurdles with the project’s design.
-The Montage at Empire Pass in Deer Valley was issued a building permit for framing and outside walls…for a cool $55.3 million. This boosts dollar value in building permits to slightly under the same mark as through March of 2007, which was a record year. The Montage is the anchor hotel of the massive Empire Pass development in Deer Valley. To learn more about the Montage, email us or check out http://www.snowpark.com/developments/montage.htm
That is all for now…we’ll have market updates for y’all tomorrow. If you are out on your bikes tonight, do not wear white -we’ve got a WHITE OUT here in Park City. It’s Tax Day and we are having a blizzard! This snow season just won’t quit! Why oh why did Deer Valley have to close LAST WEEKEND while we were out of town!?!?!?!? Living in a place like Park City it’s just really hard to get enough 🙂