11 New Park City Developments You Need to Know About

new park city developments

Groundbreaking at Goldener Hirsch

Hammers are a’swinging in the Park City area. What’s in the works? No fewer than 11 developments with limited inventory and amenities worth hucking a cliff for. Some will come available for reservations shortly, while others are nearly sold out. Here’s what you need to know.

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The rooftop pool at the forthcoming Goldener Hirsch residences will be the place to be

One of the new Park City developments I’m most excited about is the divine Goldener Hirsch Residences, which officially broke ground late July and are slated for completion Summer 2019. This luxury real estate project accounts for the last remaining parcel in Deer Valley’s Silver Lake Village. With award-winning architect Tom Kundig at the helm, these 39 residences will surely drop jaws. A few of the killer amenities include an aprés ski lounge and a bridge plaza with a restaurant and fire pits. Reservations open on Friday and I suspect units will fly, so let me know if you’re interested as soon as possible.

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An artist’s rendering of one of the Wasatch Springs residences

The second project I’m holding my breath for is Wasatch Springs, which unites designer quality with affordability. Located just five minutes from Park City toward Kamas, this development will offer three and four bedroom townhomes. Two-car attached garages will make your commute a dream come winter. With prices starting in the mid-$400,000s and relatively low HOA dues, Wasatch Springs promises to be a great new addition to Park City affordable housing. The developers will release the remaining inventory online soon and the first model home goes up this fall. With six already under contract, you’ll want to move fast if you’re interested.

If I’ve piqued your interest, here are 9 more new Park City developments for your radar …

Promontory’s new swoon-worthy amenity

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A day at the beach in Park City? Nothing’s impossible in this big-thinking ski town

Promontory: This mountain home community isn’t new, but the 11.5-acre Beach House on its property is. At 7,000 feet, this might just be the highest elevation beach in the world. Promontory cut no corners with this amenity. Think: a landscape of imported sand. A dock with paddle boats for rent. And an alfresco café where you can chow down on fish and chips for lunch. It’s all yours when you lock down a villa, cabin, homesite, or other Promontory property.

Deer Valley area developments

Montage Residences: The newly available residential units inside this fabulous hotel are going fast, with five sold or put under contract in the last five months. Only 15 residences (and one resale) remain. One thing that really sets these two, three, and four-bedroom units apart is the nonpareil service the Montage team provides. They’ll make a family ski day a breeze, outfit any local recreational experience under the sun, and make kiddos feel like kings and queens.

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The Empire residences claim a most enviable location

Empire Residences: While we’re in the DV neighborhood, I can’t forego a mention of the new Empire development. There are only 19 of these mountain chic ski-in/ski-out condos located at the DV base. Each comes with Talisker Club membership, which is a great perk if you ski and an even greater perk if you golf, too. You can make a reservation now to secure pre-construction pricing.

What’s new in Old Town

Roundabout: Got a soft spot for Old Town? Don’t we all. There’s nothing like the convenience and charm of being steps from historic Main Street. These luxury residences couple incredible location with indulgent heated patios, private elevators, fire pits, and hot tubs. With a model now complete, you can take a tour anytime if Roundabout sounds right for you.

Jordanelle-area developments

Deer Vista: Aside from Wasatch Springs, the Hwy 248-corridor continues to grow. Deer Vista is a private community with vistas of Jordanelle to the north. This huge 400-acre development has planned just over 100 homesites, which means privacy, unobstructed views, and the potential for fabulous outdoor living spaces. This multi-phased project currently has lots for sale in Phase One. Smaller acreage lots will come online next year with more to follow.

Jordanelle Estates: This modestly sized development has only 10 residences, the majority of which are four bedrooms. Just seven miles from Park City, these properties will boast views and come with amenities like a clubhouse and community park. Only two of these homes remain!

Kamas and beyond

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Sitting by the firepit at Victory Ranch = winning at life

High Star Ranch: I’m not sure what’s a cooler backyard amenity to have at this Kamas development: the Uinta National Forest or the Dejoria Center. Snatch up one of these hot-to-trot residences and you’ll be thisclose to miles of biking and hiking trails, horseback riding, the trending State Road Tavern, and a world-class concert and event venue. North Meadows lots are now available, with Thorn Creek homes soon to follow.

Victory Ranch: Not far from High Star sits this private community along the Provo River. The recreational amenities are second-to-none, with fly fishing, barrel shooting, snowmobiling, and clubhouses at your fingertips. From cabins and mountain mansions to homesites, this development offers something for all types of buyers. An outdoor lover’s paradise, Victory Ranch even has its own nature conservancy onsite.

River Meadows Ranch: Here’s one more ranch for your list. This development sits between Midway and Heber, also on the Provo River. You’ll feel far away from it all out here, but it’s only a 20-minute drive to Park City. Lots range in size from one-and-a-half to eight acres, but only two remain as I write.

If any of these developments have caught your eye, contact me to get more information, arrange a tour, or make a reservation. Many of them are nearly sold out or projected to sell quickly, so time is of the essence with these hot residential commodities.

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