The Treasure development proposed for a hillside overlooking Old Town is just a little larger, as measured by square feet, than the Montage Deer Valley.
Or, in comparison to other well-known projects, Treasure would be significantly larger than the square footages of the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Park City – The Yarrow and Marriott’s MountainSide combined.
The Park City Planning Department recently detailed the square footages of the Treasure proposal and a list of large hotels inside Park City. The numbers, included as an exhibit in a report to the Planning Commission, provide a clear rundown of the projects that, it seems, could be used by both the Treasure side and the opposition to bolster certain arguments.
The Planning Commission is in the early stages of a review of Treasure that is expected to last for months. Much of the discussion in recent weeks has centered on the square footage of the project. The exhibit compares Treasure to five other developments.
The exhibit pegs the Treasure proposal at 771,824 square feet, the largest of the projects detailed in the report. In comparison, the Montage Deer Valley is shown to be 736,013 square feet while none of the others break 400,000 square feet.
The projects, listed by square footage, include:
- Treasure, 771,824 square feet
- Montage Deer Valley, 736,013 square feet
- St. Regis Deer Valley, 375,097 square feet
- Marriott’s MountainSide, 317,892
- DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Park City – The Yarrow, 249,268
- Main & Sky, 73,734 square feetThe Treasure figure does not include another 245,063 square feet for a garage, bringing the total to the just more than 1 million square feet that has been widely identified regarding Treasure. The numbers for the other projects also do not include the square footage of the garages. The Planning Department is expected to compile an updated exhibit with the garage numbers included.
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