Park City’s plan to develop an Arts and Cultural Center in the Bonanza Park District was announced this summer. The $19.5 million purchase was funded by a transient room tax which was effective in January 2017. The project partners begin visioning sessions in the coming weeks. Carolyn Murray has more:
A first ever Park City Arts and Cultural district is planned for a 5 and a quarter acre parcel of land bordering Bonanza Drive, Kearns Boulevard and Munchkin Road. Carolyn Murray has more on the City’s development plans for the area:
Park City announced plans to adopt a municipal transient room tax and use the revenues to build a city arts and culture center in the Bonanza Business district. This kind of tax has never been done in Park City until now. Carolyn Murray has this story:
Park City officials have announced their plans to create a dedicated Arts and Culture District in the Bonanza Park area. The word came at a media conference last week. The city was joined by representatives of the project's two anchor partners -- the Sundance Institute and the Kimball Arts Center. Rick Brough has more.
After spending $25 million to purchase Bonanza Flat, you'd think that Park City would be out of money to buy more property. But a new one-percent municipal lodging tax is being proposed to pay for another five acres in Bonanza Park on which the city hopes to create a new arts and culture district. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.
Park City announced today that it will purchase just over five acres in the Bonanza Park area for $19.5 million and will plan and develop an Arts and Culture District that will include new homes for the Kimball Arts Center and the Sundance Institute. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.
Park City Mayor Jack Thomas and City Council announced today the city will purchase just over 5 acres in the Bonanza Park area for $19.5 million. The site will be home to the Park City Arts and Culture District that will include new homes for the Kimball Art Center and Sundance Institute. Leslie Thatcher has more.
The principal property owner in the Bonanza Park area says he will go ahead with two development plans there. Mark Fisher hopes to break ground as soon as next summer on the first one. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
On today's program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Bonanza Park Developer Mark Fisher and Michelle O'Brien from Stein Eriksen Lodge about the new affordable housing that opened this winter. Park City Chamber Bureau Director Bill Malone has a look ahead at the winter season. Local Author Amber Christenson has details about her new book and Musician Kurt Bestor talks about his upcoming shows at the Egyptian Theater.
The public was invited to give their two cents at a workshop on Tuesday night to discuss the Bonanza Park and Lower Park Avenue priorities, which include ideas for a community kitchen, gondolas and roundabouts. Leslie Thatcher has more.
On today's program, Summit County Planning and Zoning Administrator Peter Barnes discusses the proposed code changes for the east side of the county. Park City planners review the agenda for Tuesday's planning commission meeting. The PC MARC Wellness Coordinator Dondea Sherer=Lykes talks about Wednesday's free Lunch and Learn topic with guest Erin Kay.
Several local stakeholders in the Bonanza Park area said at a recent public meeting that unless the City foots the bill for a parking structure and other infrastructure in the area, the redevelopment just won't happen. Lynn Ware Peek has more.