This week the Park City Planning Commission will hear from the National Ability Center (NAC) in Quinn’s Junction. The NAC wants to add 37,500 square feet to support an additional 3 story lodge, expansion of indoor equestrian facilities, and an administrative building. In addition they are asking for 50 more parking spaces.
This would end up increasing the size of the existing building, as well as adding two more buildings to the site. The NAC also has additional plans that bring planned expansion to a total 64,000 square feet (not all may be included in this process).
The new development would be part of a Master Planned development process. This process states that the applicant (NAC) should present preliminary plans to the Park City Planning Commission and the public. The public is then afforded the opportunity to comment on the proposal. The meeting is then planned to be continued into December for Planning Commission discussion.
So, this is an opportunity for the public to better understand changes the NAC wants and comment on those, while it’s still early in the process.
All we can say is that with this expansion, the hospital expansion, the movie studio, the hotel at the movie studio, another sheet of ice, and Park City Heights, this area is going to look very different in a couple of years. We look forward to being able to ride the roller coasters at “6 Flags Over Quinn’s Junction” within the next five years.
More Info: The meeting for this will be held at 11/12/2014 5:30 PM at the Marsac Building, 445 Marsac Avenue Park City, Utah 84060. Here is the planning document related to the NAC expansion