Columbus Pacific breaks ground on Pendry ski resort

Pendry Park City (Utah) is slated to open in winter 2021. Photo credit: Pendry Hotels & Resorts

Columbus Pacific broke ground on the Pendry Park City (Utah) last week. Expected to open in winter 2021, the ski-in, lift-out resort will feature 152 guestrooms, suites and Pendry Residences.

Designed by SB Architects, IBI Group and SFA Design, the property will feature a rooftop pool and bar, a Japanese-American restaurant, a rec room with dining and arcade games, a spa with eight treatment rooms, a fitness center, a kids club and more than 7,000 square feet of indoor meeting space, including a 4,000-square-foot ballroom. Residences will range in size from 446-square-foot studios starting at $395,000 to 2,600-square-foot four-bedroom penthouse residences valued at up to $3.65 million. Pendry Park City will be located a little more than half an hour from Salt Lake City International Airport in the Canyons Village resort area.

Over the past 20 years, Columbus Pacific has completed more than $2 billion of real estate investment and development, largely focusing on retail, student housing and luxury residential developments. In Park City, its portfolio includes the Kimball Arts Center, Apex Residences and the Viridian Townhomes.

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Pendry Hotels & Resorts, a luxury hospitality brand from Montage International, comprises two open hotels: Pendry San Diego and Sagamore Pendry Baltimore. The brand has properties under development in California, New Jersey and New York.  The brand is a member of Preferred Hotels & Resorts.

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