Homestake affordable housing project moves forward

PARK CITY, Utah — On Thursday the Park City Council approved a memorandum of understanding amendment with J. Fisher Development for the affordable housing project on 1875 Homestake Dr.

The public-private project can now move forward with a conditional use permit, which will start the process with the planning commission.

The commercial segment of the development has been scrapped, yielding three additional housing units. In total, the project would have 123 units, with a range of affordability:

Park City Municipal Corporation

“We are losing our workforce and our lifeblood so quickly right now and the urgency behind this project is really felt,” councilwoman Becca Gerber said.

Councilwoman Tana Toly said her concerns about the nearby substation had been quelled following the developer studying the electromagnetic fields at the site.

Park City Board of Realtors CEO Jamie Johnson and Park City Community Foundation Vice President of Equity & Impact both endorsed the project in comments to the council.

Park City Municipal Corporation

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