Park City, project team and opposition group offer info
People interested in the Treasure development proposal have opportunities to learn more about the project in the days before Park City officials restart their discussions after a hiatus that has lasted since 2010.
The Park City Planning Commission on Wednesday is scheduled to address Treasure in the first of what is expected to be a series of meetings that could stretch for more than a year. Treasure is among the most complex projects City Hall has processed during the skiing era, perplexing elected and appointed officials at many points over the course of 30 years.
The Treasure partnership, consisting of the Sweeney family, which is the historic owner of the acreage, and an investor, is seeking an approval involving upward of 1 million square feet of development on a highly visible hillside overlooking Old Town close to the route of the Town Lift. The Sweeney family in the 1980s secured development rights for the Treasure land as well as nearby parcels. Some of the other parcels have been built upon over time, but the bulk of the development rights won in the 1980s are attached to the Treasure land itself.
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