Velvære, a new wellness community, inspired by the spirit of Park City

PARK CITY, Utah — From Magleby Development who crafted the Stein Eriksen Residences, remodeled what is now Hearth and Hill, and built many luxury homes across the west and award-winning Summit Sotheby’s International Realty comes Velvære, a new wellness-inspired community within the Mayflower Mountain Resort, just north of its village.

Photo: Magleby Development
Photo: Magleby Development

Velvaere offers three types of homes. The Cabins range from 2,000-2,300 square feet and have three bedrooms; the Residences are townhomes with 2,700 -5,100 square feet and four or five bedrooms; and the Estate homes with 6,000-8,500 square feet and five plus bedrooms.

“We’re bringing a new, immersive wellness community to Park City,” said Liza Story, realtor with Summit Sotheby’s International Realty. “We’re trying to bring everything that Park City embodies in terms of adventure and wellness right to your doorstep. It would be amazing for full-time or part-time residents to have access to the wellness facilities and skiing right out their back door.”

Photo: Magleby Development

These Magleby homes are more than just the name and luxury construction; they provide state-of-the-art wellness technologies.

“Each of the Residences and the Estate homes will all have a sanctuary space,” said Keri Holland, realtor with Summit Sotheby’s International Realty. “Instead of just having a gym inside of your home, it’s a dedicated space that will have an infrared sauna, deluge shower, hot and cold punch pools, and then space to customize. You could put your Peloton in, massage table, or your reformer, whatever it might be. It’s not just your typical home gym. [Magleby is] really taking it to the next level.”

Although the Cabins won’t have these amenities in-house, they are a short walk away from the Wellness Center, which provides residents with cryotherapy, a hyperbaric chamber, LightStem LED, floatation pool, nutrition programs for microbiome and biohacking, lymph drainage, IV therapy, thermal and contrast bathing, fitness training, yoga, meditation, sound baths, integrative medicine, cognitive health, and others. There will be limited quantity opportunities for non-residents to purchase Wellness Center memberships.

Photo: Magleby Development

As health conscious as Parkites may be, they’re also known for their love of the outdoors. Magleby’s intentional development of Velvære includes an Adventure Center, serving as the community’s base-camp for skiing, hiking, and biking. Velvære has its own chairlift to the base of Mayflower Mountain Resort providing residents and guests with access to 4,300 acres of new terrain and over 50 miles of biking trails.

The Adventure Center is also the aprés ski (and bike) hub with an aprés ski beach, restaurant, rooftop bar, gear storage, small market, games, and family-friendly pool and hot tub.

HOA dues for Velvære are a fully managed maintenance-free homeowner experience, that includes all landscaping, exterior upkeep, and snow removal.

“[Magleby is] building the homes with standard wellness technology, and we are partnering with the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) to certify the community and the homes,” Story said. “IWBI relates to the actual human or animals inside of the home; it looks at air purification, water filtration, lighting, all of those things of how to make the health of the person inside the home better. It looks at both the quality of the build but also the quality of living.”

Velvære is now open for reservations; the community holds 115 homes, starting at $4.5 million. For more information on the community and properties, contact Keri Holland and Liza Story with Summit Sotheby’s International Realty (435) 602-6570, info@velvaereparkcity.com.

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