MIDWAY, Utah – Construction has officially begun on the Ameyalli Resort, a new ‘wellbeing’ resort located in Midway. The resort is located on a historic site where Native Americans would visit for the restorative powers of 28 different hot springs in the foothills of the Wasatch back.
Park City developer Charles Heath is the mastermind behind the new resort, and he supposedly drew inspiration from ‘extensive visits to wellness destinations throughout Europe.’ Heath was inspired enough to build his own wellbeing resort only miles away from Park City.
“With the surge in popularity of the Park City area and increased recognition of the Heber Valley for its beauty, tranquility, and year-round recreation, this is the ideal location to create a world-class destination for wellbeing unlike any in the United States,” Heath said.
The first phase of the multi-phased community will include 22 shared ownership residences. These residences have a contemporary, organic design that honors the surrounding environment. Only six co-ownership homes remain for a limited price of $310,000 for a 1/8 share in one of these homes.
The first phase of 22 shared homes is expected to be completed in the winter of this year. Future phases of the resort are supposed to include a hotel, restaurant, and a ‘wellbeing center of excellence.’
Each home will be 2,700 square feet and have four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and a rooftop viewing deck. The homes will have access to a variety of resort amenities like pools, spas, a fitness center, and pickleball courts.
Construction of Ameyalli’s infrastructure, which includes its roads, utilities, and sidewalks, started last month. On Tuesday, June 27 at 4:00 p.m. at 800 N 200 E, Midway, UT 84049, there will be a groundbreaking ceremony that includes words by Midway Mayor Celeste Johnson.
“The initial phase of residences presents an exciting opportunity for those who love this area to be a part of Ameyalli’s limitless, alpine lifestyle from the outset. They will enjoy the privileges of vacation homeownership at a price point that no longer exists in the Wasatch Back,” said Heath.
Heath partnered with Deepak Chopra MD, FACP, FRCP to collaborate on Ameyalli’s wellbeing center of excellence. Chopra is known as a pioneer in integrative medicine and personal transformation, and his non-profit organization for research on well-being and humanitarianism, the Chopra Foundation, will be actively involved in the wellbeing center of excellence. The wellbeing center will feature programming centered around the globally acclaimed Seven
Pillars of Wellbeing.
“It is an honor to contribute to the fabric of Ameyalli’s values, community and commitment to wellbeing. In this mature season of my life, I’m grateful to be of service and share my legacy teachings with Ameyalli’s residents and guests. Together, we are building world premier resources to improve health, happiness and -the true measure of wellbeing- joy for all,” said Chopra.