The Mayflower Mountain Resort by Deer Valley!
Park City’s Newest Billion Dollar Development.
Introducing the most recent information about the Mayflower Mountain Resort. This highly coveted 2,300 acres of land alongside Deer Valley Resort (just off the Mayflower exit on Highway 40) was snatched up around a year ago by Extell, a New York City-based development firm. Today we now know it is slated to be the largest development in Wasatch County’s history.
Here are a few of the most recent insites we have about this massive development in the works.
Mayflower Residential Real Estate
The project is projected to develop 1,498 residential units. There will be 95,000 square feet designated workforce housing. This efficient planning will account for the workers to have the ability to work and live in the area. Future Mayflower residents will have access to a 68,000-square-foot recreation center. The community will be thoughtfully designed to accommodate pedestrian erasability throughout the development. There will be 3,471 parking spots for visitors.
Mayflower Commercial Real Estate
The commercial development aspect anticipates over 400 units consisting of a five-star hotel and a four-star hotel. The lodging development will include a considerable conference center to attract corporate groups and events. In addition to hotels, 250,000 square feet of commercial space will be available for business. Will it be the next hot spot for great shopping and dining? The future will tell us more.
Mayflower Ski Resort
The Mayflower Mountain Resort is planning to add 900 acres of ski terrain to Deer Valley. The new terrain will be accessed through six new lifts. This is the first improvement set to start things off within the next year. A new ski beach will host Après skiing. A new ice skating rink is also on way.
This long term development is set to take up to two to four decades to complete. This development has been well-thought-out and is set to be a vibrant addition to Deer Valley Resort, adding to the culture and healthy economic growth of the area.