This year’s Sundance Film festival kicks off on January 18th for a 10-day run. Over 40,000 people are expected to attend and it’s a great opportunity to see independent films from around the world. This year, 110 feature-length films were selected for the festival. If you want to attend and have not already purchased tickets, we just checked the Festival’s website and ticket packages were still available. Check it out: https://www.sundance.org/blogs/news/2018-sundance-film-festival--feature-films-announced As a property owner, you have experienced and know that if you get out skiing during the Festival, you’ll have the slopes pretty much to yourself. Conversely, the restaurants will be packed, so if you are a chef at heart, [...]
Traffic & parking in and around Park City is already close to maximum capacity. So, it begs the question: how can the impacts from the development at Mayflower mitigate those two critical elements? First off, the Mayflower area will include as many as 800 parking spaces which will interconnect to the Village Core through a transit system styled after Mt. Tremblant in Canada. It will also have a real mitigation impact on traffic - both vehicular and skier. As to skier traffic, the new lifts out of Mayflower will go either up to Bald Mountain, or into the new terrain being created (by the way, most of this new terrain is north facing). [...]
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Vail Resort's recent announcement of One Park City, its new brand which combines the Park City Mountain Resort and Canyons, has been very well received by locals and frequent guests alike. The Resort is spending $50 million in capital improvements over the summer and fall and all elements will be completed in time for operations this winter. This winter season, skiers and boarders will have access to 7,300 interconnected acres of ski terrain, 17 peaks, and a resort that extends 6.5 miles in length. Its becomes the largest resort in America and the new Quicksilver Gondola will transport riders from the base of on the old Park City Mountain Resort [...]
The Park Record reported in the July 18th edition that building permits in incorporated Park City for June of this year dropped dramatically to $7.3MM from $25mm in May and $14.5MM in June of 2014. My take is this drop is completely a function of the inventory of developable land in the City limits – it’s almost all gone as evidenced by the tear downs now occurring in the Park Meadows neighborhood. Here’s what the Park Record went on to say: “The construction industry is continuing a strong rebound from the depths of the recession. The Building Department this year has issued permits for large developments, including for work at [...]