Canyons Village employee housing development breaks ground today
PARK CITY, Utah — Canyons Village Management Association, Inc. (CVMA) and Columbus Pacific Development, LLC (CPD) announced that construction on Canyons Village Employee Housing begins today. A public-private partnership between CVMA, CPD, and Summit County, the project is hoping to accommodate the growing need for employee housing within Canyons Village at Park City Mountain. Specifically designed for employees and their families, the Canyons Village Specially Planned Area (SPA) development begins today and is expected to be completed by next summer.
Canyons Village Employee Housing is located on 7.7 acres in the Lower Village (parcel LV6-A), adjacent to the Cabriolet lift, Canyons Village Transit Hub, and holes 14 and 15 of Canyons Golf. President & CEO of CVMA, Brian Madacsi, said, “This core initiative and essential amenity will attract and retain high caliber employees for Canyons Village. It is a significant step as we continue to provide an unrivaled, world-class experience for our members and guests. We are eager to begin this project with such great partners.”
The development will accommodate over 1,107 employees across 789 bedrooms, seven buildings, four-unit types, and three distinct and flexible living arrangements. Construction will accommodate single, double, and triple occupancy bedrooms and an innovative 10-bedroom co-living floor plan, in addition to traditional two to four-bedroom apartments and townhomes.
“Summit County is excited to partner on this innovative and necessary effort. Providing a unique opportunity such as this aligns perfectly with our goals of creating an enhanced environment for employees to live and work, as well as providing easy access to public transportation. This project is instrumental in the evolution of Canyons Village and Summit County,” said Tom Fisher, Summit County Manager.
A phased opening is anticipated to begin in the summer of 2022, with a final completion date in December of 2023. More information is available here.
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