Plans for an entirely new neighborhood at Kimball Junction

Salt Lake City-based Dakota Pacific Real Estate purchased the Park City Tech Center site in 2018 and is asking Summit County to approve changes to the previous owner’s approved but unsuccessful plan. Changes sought include significantly reducing the amount of planned office space, reserving more land for open space, and increasing the number of housing units, 25% of which will be reserved for local residents or employees who earn less than the average median income.

The proposed mixed-use neighborhood is designed to meet today’s market conditions and community needs. Along with 1,100 new housing units, plans including smaller amounts of office, retail and hospitality uses, set within a pedestrian- and cycle-friendly landscape connected to local trails and surrounding open space.

  • Variety of housing including low, moderate, attainable, market and for-sale units
  • Includes apartments, townhomes and condos
  • Sizes include studio, 1 BR, 2 BR and 3BR units
  • Onsite amenities for all residents
  • Onsite management of housing and amenities
  • Ongoing affordability – 306 deed-restricted units
  • Phased construction and delivery
  • 1,100 total residential units, including:
    • 1,020 total rental units
      • 306 for rent workforce/attainable units
        • 256 between 40% and 80% of AMI
        • 50 between 100% and 120% of AMI
      • 714 market-rate rental housing units
    • 80 for sale condominiums (no short-term rentals allowed)

Kimball SiteplanYour feedback is needed to help guide the transformation of Kimball Junction into a thriving, urban village that addresses community issues like traffic congestion, pedestrian and bicycle safety, sustainability, open space, and lack of housing options. The developers have also created a website with information about the project at HeyKimballJunction.com.

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