Are you looking for the ultimate “Man Cave?” A big boy “Toy Chest” to house your classic car collection? Or a stylish, spacious environment to live and work that is convenient to Park City, Heber and Kamas?

Not your average storage facility, Park East is a unique business community located on Route 248 just outside of Park City, convenient to both Interstates 40 and 80. A mere seven minutes from Park City’s historic Main Street, Park East provides generous square footage, ample parking, ease and accessibility without the choke of Old Town traffic.

The barn-style exterior of this development is attractively designed with a nod to the area’s farming and mining heritage, with corrugated metal siding, stone, sturdy wood beams and cupolas. Two options are available to buyers: an empty shell that is entirely customizable to suit individual needs, or units that are totally built out. “It’s whatever you want it to be,” says developer John Travis of the project. Lit Salon and Sync Float Center, a therapeutic sensory deprivation center, are just a couple of business that are enjoying Park East’s expansive, custom modified units.

All four remaining units in Building A measures 4,012 square feet and come pre-installed with water, gas heat, sewer and electric. The main floor’s super-sized, 14-foot overhead garage doors can accommodate large recreational vehicles or other equipment, and the commercial zoning designation allows for the possibility of distribution centers, warehouse space or destination retail. The finished units’ main levels feature concrete flooring, restrooms and insulated sheet-rocked and painted walls. Stairs illuminated with tread lighting lead to the 1,000-square-foot second level—a carpeted open floor plan with a ¾ bath and kitchenette, ideal for a large personal off ce, corporate meeting space or game room. Th e third story has been transformed into a light, airy 912-square-foot, one-bedroom apartment featuring hardwood floors, washer/dryer, full bath with radiant heat, and a full kitchen with granite countertops, gas stove, refrigerator, disposal, and attractive pendant lights over a large kitchen island.

With its almost limitless opportunities for mixed use development, Park East is a commercial designer’s delight. Expand your concept of live/work spaces and explore the Park City area’s newest business community today.

SOURCECorinne Humphrey
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