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Yarrow hotel redevelopment returns to Park City Planning Commission

A rendering of the proposed development on Kearns Boulevard.
Elliott Workgroup
A rendering of the proposed development on Kearns Boulevard.

The owner of the Yarrow Doubletree hotel on Park Avenue is proposing to redevelop the property with five new buildings.

The five buildings, ranging from 49 to 60 feet or five stories, would be connected on the first floor, according to documents submitted to the Park City Planning Commission. The plans would involve demolishing the 182-room hotel along with all adjacent parking spots on the property.

Four of the five buildings would contain a total of 193 nightly rental condominiums according to the developer. The other building would have 48 affordable housing units and 5,000 square feet of office space. A new parking garage would be constructed underground.

The entire complex would also include a fitness center, meeting halls, restaurants, and 15,000 square feet for retail.

The Park City Planning Commission is scheduled to discuss the project on Wednesday.

In 2022 the Yarrow owner, Chicago-based Singerman Real Estate, came to the commission with a different proposal that involved two buildings. The commission criticized the height at the time, given the property’s key location on Park City’s entry corridor.

The planning commission meets Jan. 24 at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall.

The Yarrow project is second on the work session agenda. The first item is a proposal from Matthew and Tatiana Prince, owners of The Park Record, who are seeking to redesign their home on top of Treasure Hill.

The agenda and a link to attend virtually can be found here.

Corrected: January 23, 2024 at 1:40 PM MST
A previous version of this story incorrectly stated the project would be five to six stories high. The project will be five stories high. The number of nightly rental condos was also incorrectly stated, due to an error in the Park City Planning Commission staff report. The developer is proposing 193 condos, not 222.