Extell Development Company

The CEO of the company set to build the Mayflower Mountain Resort updated he MIDA board on their progress at a meeting Tuesday.

Extell Development Company

Contractors for Mayflower Mountain Resort project are back to work, and a review committee for MIDA is close to approving a language around a conceptual and final subdivision plat. 

Extell Development Company

COVID-19's impact on life in Wasatch County has extended to the largest economic project in the county. Non-essential construction at the Mayflower Mountain Resort has come to a halt.

Military Installation Development Authority

At the request of MIDA, Wasatch County Council signed an amendment to their agreement. However after approving the amendment the council asked for more representation for the project area near the Jordanelle.

Military Installation Development Authority

Paul Morris, the executive director of the Military Instillation Development Authority, spent an hour with the Wasatch County Council on March 11th reviewing the Mayflower Resort, the MIDA project area and an overview of some of the changes proposed to the county and MIDA’s memorandum of understanding agreement.

Extell Development Company

Many who make the drive between Park City and the Heber Valley have likely noticed the increased activity at the planned Mayflower Mountain Resort site. Construction is moving quickly on the project with the first vertical construction happening as soon as the weather allows.

On today's Local News Hour Wasatch County Manager Mike Davis reviews last week's Wasatch County Council meeting with MIDA Ex. Director Paul Morris. He also has an update about how the county is responding to COVID-19. Then Summit County Economic Director Jeff Jones has details why you need to participate in Census 2020 and how to do it. Then Dr. Chuck Morrison with Intermoutain Health Care has details about how they have split their InstaCare clinics- one for those with viral symptoms and those for the healthy injured.

Military Installation Development Authority

A bill working its way through the state legislature could mean a 15-year extension on redirecting Mayflower Mountain Resort’s taxes to the MIDA area in the Wasatch County. Meaning 75% of the incremental taxes collected by the resort would not go to county coffers for 40 years.

Extell-Mayflower Map

Wasatch County’s Assistant Manager, Dustin Graybau works a lot with MIDA, the planning authority over the Mayflower Mountain Resort area.

He is telling KPCW that 2020 will likely be the first year that residents see development going vertical near the Jordanelle Reservoir.   

Graybau said there’s a lot of activity underway at the Mayflower Mountain site.         

Artistic drawing of the base of the Extell project, three hotels and additional buildings and condos from an aerial view. The base of a ski resort

Wasatch County Council and Summit County Council met in a joint meeting last week to discuss shared issues in the region including the Extell development and transit needs.

Utah House of Representatives

Although Representative Tim Quinn has been busy with Utah Tax Reform. In his latest interview with KPCW Quinn shared some thoughts on MIDA and Medicaid Expansion.

The Utah State Legislature created the Military Installation Development Authority or MIDA in 2007. MIDA is now the land use authority overseeing the Extell Development in the Mayflower area in Wasatch County.

Wasatch County and Park City Republican representative Tim Quinn says the approval of MIDA was done before his time in the legislature, but he does have concerns about MIDA.

Military Installation Development Authority

What was once envisioned as having MIDA – The Military Installation Development Authority, a state appointed political subdivision, build a hotel near the Jordanelle Reservoir to offer about discounted rooms to our military men and women – has turned into something very different for Wasatch County… KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.

Heber City

The Wasatch County Council recently approved the final density for the county’s largest development  ever.  New York based Extell Development Company is developing a high-end destination resort that will provide another base for the Deer Valley Ski Area at the Mayflower exit off US-40 overlooking the Jordanelle Reservoir. Carolyn Murray has this report.

There are two competitors for the site of a new luxury hotel the Military Installation Development Authority wants to build near Deer Valley.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has the story:  

Summit County Public Works director Derrick Radke talks about penalties on folks who aren't paying the $36 a year garbage fee. Paul Morris, Deputy Director & General Counsel for MIDA  discusses plans for the military hotel on the Mayflower property that will replace Hill House that was torn down nearly 20 years ago to make way for the 2002 Winter Olympics.  Snowbird Communications Manager Brian Brown tells us that winter isn't over yet at the only Utah resort still open and Communications and Development Manager Ann Johnson and interim Ex.