Woodside Phase II

Woodside Phase II Overview:

Location: 1361 Woodside Ave, Park City Utah

Program: 52 Unit Affordable housing , with an additional 6 market rate units, master plan development with onsite parking, including a mix of studio, 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom flats and townhouses.

Amenities: Mid-block public pedestrian walkway and plaza connecting Park Avenue with Park City Mountain resort.

Sustainability: Net Zero Energy Design with onsite Solar Panel array powering the building.

Project Details:

To further our community’s goal to increase affordable housing options, Park City Municipal Corporation and Method Studio have developed conceptual designs for the Woodside Phase II project, a

Woodside Phase II Overview:

Location: 1361 Woodside Ave, Park City Utah

Program: 52 Unit Affordable housing , with an additional 6 market rate units, master plan development with onsite parking, including a mix of studio, 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom flats and townhouses.

Amenities: Mid-block public pedestrian walkway and plaza connecting Park Avenue with Park City Mountain resort.

Sustainability: Net Zero Energy Design with onsite Solar Panel array powering the building.

Project Details:

To further our community’s goal to increase affordable housing options, Park City Municipal Corporation and Method Studio have developed conceptual designs for the Woodside Phase II project, a 58-unit housing project located on the 1300 block of Woodside & Empire Avenues in Park City. The project incorporates a multitude of unit types, including studio, 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom flats and townhouse as part of the overall master plan.

Woodside II will grow Park City’s affordable housing inventory, and will improve the overall quality of life for residents, increase diversity and inclusion, and simultaneously ensure a holistic and sustainable solution that upholds the City’s environmental goals.

Woodside Phase II is an extension of Phase I, which occupies the old fire station site at 1353 Park Avenue. A key design concept includes the extension of a pedestrian walkway through Phase I, connecting to Park City Mountain Resort, which will promote walkability and foster a unique sense of community.

With a commitment to sustainability, the project will target Net Zero energy design, which incorporates a significant reduction in energy use through thermally efficient walls, roof and floors, windows and doors. The project seeks to offset 100% of energy used on an annual basis through on site power generation in the form of a large solar panel array.

As part of the Woodside Phase II project, the city and design team are developing plans for the relocation of the old Keetly train depot, which currently resides on site and houses the Park City Senior Center.