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Park City contractors hammer toward $140 million

There is a series of planned construction projects in Park City that could push the annual building figures significantly higher by the end of 2014, the Park City Building Department said.

Chad Root, the building official at City Hall, estimated the construction industry could amass approximately $140 million worth of permits this year if each of the projects secures its permit.

The projects include:

  • the Park City Heights residential development at Quinn’s Junction
  • a building at 205 Main St. that would involve commercial space on the street level and residential units upstairs
  • residential units on the 500 block of Park Avenue
  • two houses on the 500 block of Park Avenue
  • six houses at the Stein Eriksen Residences in Deer Valley
  • a second phase of the Park City Medical Center


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