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• No mountain sprawl—no new roads—buildings clustered and sunk into hillside—50% density reduction.

97% open space—110 acres dedicated as permanent open space, for skiing, hiking, biking with 70% open space within the 11.5 acre building envelope.

Pedestrian oriented—designed to let people live, shop, dine, and recreate in the Historic Main Street Business District without the use of personal automobiles. In addition, a new "stand-up" gondola will move up to 5,200 people per hour to and from Main Street.

Significant new tax base without the heavy infrastructure burden on the City from road maintenance and snow removal.

Underground Parking.

• 20 plus years skiing into Old Town—reduces vehicular traffic flow from Old Town to Park City Mountain Resort.



Computer rendering looking west, as seen from Park City's roundabout,
illustrating Treasure footprint
and hillside integration.



Illustration of planned pool plaza, next to
Park City Mountain Resort's new Treasure Express ski run.

• Places approximately 2,000 guests on Main Street—designed as an Historic Main Street Business District bed base that supports local businesses.

Boutique conference space—brings additional visitors to Historic Main Street Business District in off-season (up to 120 days/year).

Improved skiing to Main Street—a new yo-yo high speed ski lift to the top of Pay Day, new snow making and new intermediate and beginner runs to Main Street.

Decrease total transit time from the Town Lift Base to the top of Payday—approximately eight minutes as compared to the current 13 to 18 minutes.

• Provisions for an underground mine exhibit and tour which could entertain visitors year round on Main Street.

Minimal irrigation water usage compared to single family homes.

   

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