The threat of the proposed Treasure Hill development is real and significant. The Planning Commission is meeting each month to ultimately decide on the fate of Treasure Hill. This is the extremely sensitive land in Old Town just above the Town Lift Base area. See image below of the proposed development:
The next Planning Commission meeting on Treasure Hill is this coming Wednesday (July 13th at 5:30PM).
Date: Wednesday, July 13th
Time: Meeting starts 5:30PM
Place: Jim Santy Auditorium at 1255 Park Avenue
We need a large turnout and hope you can make it. Our attendance and participation at these meetings is critical if we hope to change the course of this proposed development. If approved the proposed Treasure Hill development would significantly change Park City forever and have a detrimental impact on the quality of life and the overall historical integrity of our town.
The topic of the meeting is Density. The Planning Commission is trying to determine the maximum allowable square footage for the proposed development. Way back in 1985 the Planning Commission approved the following:
UE’s Equivalent Square feet
Residential 197 2,000 394,000
Commercial 19 1,000 19,000
Total 216 413,000
The current proposed development from the applicant is a sprawling complex of nearly 1,200,000 square feet including multiple condo/hotel towers, conference center, retail shops, restaurants, a huge underground parking garage, and more. It also includes massive excavation scars in the mountainside that will be visible from all over town.
Below are some links from the City’s Treasure Hill website:
Recent Treasure Hill news from the Park Record:
Recent Treasure Hills news from KPCW:
Pictures of the proposed development can be found on our website here:
Please alert your friends and neighbors as this proposed development will impact all of us here in Park City. Your attendance at these meetings is critical and hope to see you there!
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Let’s keep Park City, Park City. Stop Treasure Hill!