Deer Valley Nabs Approval For Development Masterplan Including New Terrain, Base Area

Deer Valley Nabs Approval For Development Masterplan Including New Terrain, Base Area

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Deer Valley Nabs Approval For Development Masterplan Including New Terrain, Base Area

This is a dated image from 2017 | Image: Deer Valley Real Estate

Deer Valley Resort will undergo a long-term redesign after winning final approval from Wasatch County for its long-term masterplan.

Related: Deer Valley Will NOT Allow Snowboarding This Season

Most notably, the development includes the addition of a completely separate base area called, “Mayflower Mountain Resort” with 900 new acres of skiable terrain. The added zone, located to the east of the main base area and just below the current Mayflower lift, will include 6 lifts with 200 acres worth of groomed terrain reports the Park Record. The other 700 will be ‘gladed,’ off-piste skiing.

“The proposal is for 5,448 Units (4,286.8 Equivalent Residential Units) on 1,807 Acres in the JSPA (Jordanelle Specially Planed Area). The proposal includes 2,204 single family residences, 919 Condo Hotel Units, 1,830 Hotel Rooms, 444,383 square feet of commercial space, 495 Affordable Housing units with additional affordable housing units required for the commercial square footage based on employee needs.” – Utah.gov

Last year’s press release from the resort developer puts the complete 2300 acre masterplan build out at 3 decades away. Hotels, private real estate, and condos are also open for potential buildout at the Mayflower base area.

“Affordable housing units will be provided either onsite and/or elsewhere as determined by the Wasatch County Council. This development project facilitates a major expansion of Deer Valley Ski Resort into Wasatch County and is proposing to provide facilities and amenities relating to skiing, boating, hiking, equestrian, field sports, mountain sports, plaza gathering space, amphitheater, etc.” – Utah.gov 

This is the first we’re really seeing the full scope of the masterplan and we’ve gotta say– it’s ambitious. What do Park City locals think of this?

Find the entire Park Record article here: Wasatch County approves major development tied to Deer Valley

 

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