Sweeneys and her firm must both agree to any conservation deal with City Hall
Two sides in the long-running talks about the Treasure development are well known to Parkites: City Hall and the Sweeneys, a family with deep ties to the community.
There is a third side, though, that only people who have followed the discussions very closely would even be aware exists. The Sweeney family has occasionally mentioned that it has a partner in the development, but it has been the Sweeneys, not the other party, who have been leading the efforts in front of the public since 2004.
As the talks about the prospects of a taxpayer-funded conservation agreement for the Treasure land near a red-letter date, details are emerging about the Sweeney family’s partner in the project.
The partner is a firm known as Park City II, LLC, with an address in New York City’s trendy Tribeca neighborhood. The manager of the firm is a woman named Elizabeth Rad, according to records filed with the Utah Division of Corporations and Commercial Code.
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