With heritage modern design and natural preservation as core values, the Powder Mountain development will consist of more than 500 ski-accessible mountain homesites connected to a village core of similar scale that includes cultural amenities and miles of walking, biking, and nordic trails.

 
 
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 Architecture by R&A Design - Rendering by Nephew

Architecture by R&A Design - Rendering by Nephew

 

Design Ethos

Our community shares a philosophy of innovation, creativity, cultural enrichment, and environmental conservation. At Powder Mountain, these core principles come to life in a heritage modern development on 10,000 acres of land in the Wasatch Mountains of Northern Utah. Powder Mountain is designed to support the vibrant live-work-play lifestyle of the growing community in a unique natural setting of unparalleled beauty. Located high atop a network of ridges, meadows and plateaus with dramatic views of the surrounding mountains and the Great Salt Lake, the community is planned around a variety of neighborhoods, each with its own, individual character. All neighborhoods are served by conveniently located roadways that also serve the unique and readily accessed “ski-down” system of lifts and trails.

 
 
 
 
 

The architecture at Powder Mountain respects and blends with the unique qualities of the surrounding alpine landscape with its ridges, steep slopes, and encompassing views.

Design Guidelines v3

 
 
 
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Architecture, landscape, and interiors by Marmol Radziner

 

Amenities

Spaces intentionally designed to foster relationships, deepen conversations, and inspire new ideas.

 
 
 

"Picture a vehicle-free Main Street lined with farm-to-table restaurants and pop-up stores and co-working spaces and second-story condos. A mash-up of postmillennial civic and lifestyle ideas, with an ethos of social entrepreneurism: Telluride meets the Mission District, perhaps."

 

New York Times

 
 
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