In all, the master plan envisions a series of new buildings on 20 parcels in the resort community containing more than 495 acres of land. The goal of the plan is to address the village and adjacent resort areas, taking into account how the buildings connect and relate to one another, ensuring roads, lifts and pedestrian areas intermingle seamlessly and create both enhanced auto access as well as pedestrian friendly zones for future retail, and lodging. The new master plan will ensure that the Park City and Utah outdoor adventure experience will truly be launched from Canyons Village.
Plans are well underway to transform the Canyons Village into a vibrant four-season center of recreation, celebration and imagination. Space is being set aside in the plan for a proposed conference center which will host year-round events. Additionally a proposed aquatic center in the village could provide families yet another four-season place to play, with a state-of-the-art pool and water facilities.
The Canyon Village's original master plan was developed more than twenty years ago and was in need of updates to better serve today and tomorrow's resort-goers. The new plan accommodates the area's changing traffic patterns and creates new mountain and lift access portals. Plans for new lodge buildings will include one to four bedroom condominium units with flexibility to match the market.
Rebecca Stone, managing principal at OZ Architecture and head of the company's Resort and Hospitality practice says, "With the team, we're looking at it from a 30,000-foot view to create a vibrant community that's a portal to the wide variety of outdoor adventures Park City offers throughout the year. This refreshed master plan takes into account Canyon Village's long-term vision and will guide how the resort plans to grow over the next five to fifteen years, reflecting a more cosmopolitan and sophisticated look and feel, yet keeping the Park City and the Utah vibe."
Gary Raymond, the Managing Director of Replay Resorts says, "Together, the designers, architects and our team are envisioning buildings that will meet a variety of long-term needs in Park City, taking-on a more contemporary mountain design to keep fresh with the buyers expectations, and that will match the market's demand for program for years to come. OZ and Langvardt Design Group's expertise is guiding us toward a new vision for the future of the resort as we work to make the Canyons Village a true year round destination that meets the needs of 21st century guests."
"The opportunity exists to create an authentic year round resort at Canyons Village with world class skiing, championship golf, maybe the best mountain biking in the west, hiking, and a true mountain village that will be ground zero for all of these activities," said Eric Langvardt, of Langvardt Design Group. "The master plan is focusing on the creation of a pedestrian-scaled walkable village with outdoor spaces and amenities, shops and activities that will come together to become the destination in Park City. The plan is to create those special places that you want to come back to enjoy year after year."
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About Replay Resorts
Replay Resorts is a fully integrated destination development company headquartered in Vancouver Canada, and operating in the continental United States, Hawaii, Mexico, and the Caribbean. Replay's team of strategists, planners, designers, builders and operators develop and operate authentic and enduring places that become must-visit destinations for guests and potential real estate purchasers alike. Working with visionary private equity firms, landowners, municipalities, other developers and families with legacy holdings, Replay creates places that the marketplace thinks of first and likes best, which in turn enhances the market awareness and economics of the destination. The founder and partners of Replay are select key senior executives from Intrawest Corporation, which was the largest publically listed four-season destination resort developer in the world, with more than 18 destination resorts globally. Intrawest Corporation was sold to private interests in 2006 and Replay Resorts was established in 2007. For more information visit www.replayresorts.com
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