Bonanza Park developer: project won’t siphon away business from Main Street

He says success in up-and-coming district will boost Park City’s overall economy

by Jay Hamburger OF THE RECORD STAFF

Main Street over the years has fended off competition from Kimball Junction, Prospector and even a developer in the Snyderville Basin who wanted to call a street in his project New Main Street.

But the street now faces the prospect of a major development just outside of Old Town, in a place that is within walking distance of Main Street and easily accessible by road. The developer recently filed papers at City Hall to build more than 900,000 square feet of residential properties, commercial space and institutional buildings like medical offices in the Bonanza Park district.

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