An Alpine Oasis
Purchase a piece of Powder Mountain with the new neighborhood concepts
Photos courtesy of Powder Mountain
There’s a reason Powder Mountain is proclaimed as “the hottest design destination you probably haven’t heard of,” by Architectural Digest. Although a somewhat hush-hush ski destination in Utah, the community is now putting itself on the map with the construction of a new, 57-homesite development, The Overlook.
Drawing in those with free-spirits and an affinity for minimalist design, these wintry retreats boast a gateway to snowy recreation as well as innovative architecture plans that follow the ridges of the mountains. After much anticipation, Phase I of this concept of 144 residences sold out quickly, and Phase II is projecting to be just as popular. Architects from Studio Ma, JZW Architects, Bicuadro Architects, Olson Kundig, MLS and Warren Lloyd have all been drawn to projects at Powder Mountain as it continues to flourish.
Although relatively inconcpicuous until now, the Wasatch Mountain getaway isn’t far from the airport and is North America’s largest ski resorts by skiable acreage. Powder Mountain offers a unique skiing experience with capped lift ticket sales to ensure the resort preserves an uncrowded feel and harbors fresh powder long after storms pass.
The Overlook’s location also can’t be beat with ski-in, ski-out access, direct hiking and biking trail connections and a pedestrian connection to the mountain’s future village.