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Resort Village at Mayflower Mountain Resort in Utah Moves Forward with Donation of Land

September 17, 2020

OZ Architecture is excited to work with our client EX Utah Development LLC (Extell), one of the country’s most prestigious development firms, on a new military Conference Hotel at the base of Mayflower Mountain Resort in Wasatch County, Utah.

Extell donated 4.78 acres of subdivided land to the State of Utah’s Military Installation Development Authority (MIDA). One of MIDA’s purposes is facilitating development of land for the benefit of military personnel as overall welfare and recreational facilities. ​This is a key step in creating one of the most innovative public/private mountain resorts in the ski industry’s history. The Conference Hotel will be one of the Resort’s cornerstone hotels and will include 387 hotel rooms, 55 private residences, and 60,000 square feet of conference, ballrooms and food and beverage facilities.

Mayflower Mountain Resort shares the same mountain as the renowned Deer Valley Resort in Wasatch County. The Mayflower base area will include additional luxury hotels, vibrant retail, estate lots, condominium units and multi-family residential.

Read more about the project here.

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