STEIN ERICKSEN RESIDENCES
Project Confirmation Number: 38934
Entry Category Commercial:
Multifamily Residential: Residential Buildings with more than Two Units
6702 Stein Circle
Park City, Utah 84060
Brief description of the project:
Stein Eriksen Residences consists of 39 exquisite condominiums and 15 private mountain modern homes, each one claiming its own distinct, contemporary design. Stein Eriksen Residences has mastered the perfect blend of nature, amenities, accommodations, dining, and year-round recreation, and is quickly garnering recognition as Park City’s premier lodging destination.
Size of Building:
312,500 Square Feet
Amount of Masonry Used (include all types and number of units):
Ibex 3-5" Natural Stone Veneer: 39,750 sq ft
Project completion date: 2017
Explain the project and its unique use of masonry materials and techniques:
The Stein Eriksen Residence’s design is based on brevity. Minimal ornamentation with an emphasis on natural, native materials. Recycled wood siding that has been nylon brushed to minimize variations in patina.
The reclaimed wood was selected to provide a low maintenance exterior which would blend into its’ environment.
The Ibex natural stone, native to mountains, was selected for its’ color variations that enhance the wood siding and its’ dry stack rustic lay.
Steel, wide flange beams and timbers provide the modern/mountain detailing that anchors the design to its’ mountain environment while low-pitched, grey, metal, standing seam roofs combined with flat single-ply roofing create the transitional forms of modern and lodge.
Stein Eriksen Home 1 is the model home for 15 semi-custom residences combined with 39 stacked flat condominiums and amenities. Sited on a ridge top with panoramic views to Deer Valley, Park City and the Snyderville Basin, it is one of the last great development opportunities in the heart of the resort.
This particular home was very challenging due to a small footprint, a steep climb from the road to the adjoining ski trail and severe height restrictions. So the design became a response to these challenges, plus overcoming the objections of a 4-story home.
We decided to celebrate the height, with the stairs becoming a major design feature from the street. As you access the various floors, the view becomes more impressive and when you reach the 3rd floor, with its’ open living space, you are met with this massive view of the Wasatch Mountains and the upper ski runs.
Success was based on maximizing views and light in every space. The winter months can be quite grey, yet maximized windows, light interior colors, and modern detailing have created a dynamic living space. The break from the typical mountain lodge to a transitional mountain modern has been a huge success in this Park City market.
Buyers have expressed their attraction to a more sophisticated design yet still feeling comfortable on the mountain. The trends in our local market seam to follow those in the West as a whole. People want all of those factors discussed above as well as low maintenance and efficient design.
We see the desire for large homes losing traction as the market is for smaller functional design. Amenities are a large factor in selecting a vacation home as well. Homes can become more efficient if the amenities can be shared and enhanced.
Stein Eriksen Residences offer indoor/outdoor pools, health spa and fitness center, food and beverage services, as well as a kid’s room.
Finally, rental management is important to consider since many buyers want to enhance their investment with a rental income stream while they are not in use. Lockout suites and owner storage space become important in this case.
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