Replay Resorts unveils second project planned for Canyons Village
Construction will begin on the 61-unit luxury condos in the spring
Replay Resorts recently revealed the second project that is planned in early 2017 as part of the reconfiguration of the Canyons Village at Park City Mountain Resort.
Last week, nearly 300 people attended an open house at Canyons Village to learn more about Lift, a 61-unit project adjacent to the existing Sunrise Lift at the Canyons Village. Once upgraded, the Sunrise Lift, at the junction of North Escala Court and West High Mountain Road, is expected to serve as an anchor for the Village Walk, which will include stores, cafes and bars.
“It’s one of the first projects to kick things off as part of the new Canyons Village master plan,” said Todd Burnette, an independent consultant with Replay Resorts. “There are many other projects that are slated to come online soon and there will be further announcements in the upcoming weeks regarding other parcels of land in the Canyons Village area.”
The event was designed to educate Park City’s brokerage community and surrounding residents about the new luxury condominiums, according to Mark Rodeheaver, an associate broker with Berkshire Hathaway. He said “there is nothing really like this outside of Deer Valley, in terms of ski-in and ski-out.”
“I think there is just a lot of interest around it,” Rodeheaver said.
Rodeheaver said the condominiums will be located near the Sunrise Lift on High Mountain Road in the new upper village core. The residences will have between one and five bedrooms, ranging in price between about $575,000 and $3.6 million. The Lift will also include seven penthouse units.
“We are looking to go to reservations early in the year and contract shortly thereafter,” Rodeheaver said. “We anticipate construction starting in early April with completion during the fourth quarter of 2018.
“One of the things that is most interesting is it will be next to a proposed and upgraded lift,” he said. “We will have this new village core at your front door. That is what is going to differentiate this from other communities.”
The Snyderville Basin Planning Commission recently approved the new Canyons Village Master Plan to reconfigure approximately 2.3 million of square feet of development in the upper and lower village. The reconfiguration shows plans for several more hotels and condominiums, a parking garage and transit hub, skier plaza, aquatic center, and a 60,000-square-foot conference center.
Construction recently began on the Apex Residences near the Red Pine Gondola, the first project approved under the new plan. The project will cover about 161,000 square feet and include 63 townhome units.
“All of this sets up very much like Aspen and Whistler,” Rodehearver said. “The mountains are at your back door with the village at your front door. That was the inspiration and vision behind this.”
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