Pendry Lands in Park City with the Grand Opening of its First Year-Round Mountain Resort

From putting pen to paper six years ago, we’re excited to announce that Pendry Park City is officially open. The residences bring a new height of luxury and sophistication to the area. Known for its central location in the new Canyons Village, the contemporary ski-in, lift-out destination transforms the traditional alpine lodge into a modern European-inspired gathering place.

“We’ve just celebrated the opening of Pendry Park City and it is remarkable. We want to thank SB Architects for bringing their exceptional talents to the project and helping us to execute on our vision.”

Brian Shirken, Partner at Mountain Pacific Opportunity Partners.

“We’re thrilled to witness the opening of Pendry Park City, which beyond comfort and luxury, is a magnetic draw for the level of sophistication and multi-faceted lifestyle it affords. Working in synergy with Pendry and Columbus Pacific Properties, we made Pendry Park City a place where people can express themselves within the unique character of their surroundings from one moment to the next.”

Scott Lee, President & Principal, SB Architects.

In conceptualizing the exclusive enclave, SB Architects considered what was missing from Canyons Village, and thought carefully about how the broader masterplan could evolve over time. Drawing inspiration from the natural surroundings, the studio departed from the traditional alpine lodge aesthetic to set a new standard for refined mountain living within a contemporary architectural vernacular. Influenced by the area’s rich mining history, and neighboring mountain ridges, the design is driven by the guest and owner experience. Residents will have protected balconies and large windows to showcase mountain views beyond and connect them to the art and activities in the nearby plaza.

“We’ve been involved in the Park City project since its inception, we were the first people to stand on the site, so it’s incredibly gratifying to see such an ambitious and complicated project fully realized. We’re proud of what Pendry Park City signifies for the developer, owner, brand, and guests, it makes a statement.” Remarked Scott Lee, President & Principal, SB Architects. “During the initial concept, we helped introduce the Pendry brand to the site, and worked alongside our design partners and the owner to develop the project, with a keen focus on optimizing the guest experience.”

“It’s Pendry’s first ski destination; The Canyons needed a center, a hub of activity that would draw guests in. We designed the place not only to appeal to the guests and residents, but to appeal to the entire surrounding community.”

Scott Lee, President & Principal, SB Architects.

SB Architects took inspiration from more contemporary ski destinations of Europe to reinterpret Park City’s past within a contemporary architectural vernacular. The plaza and podium take on angular forms that reference back to the mountain ridges while a patinaed metal recalls Park City’s mining history. With darker patinaed tones and stone juxtaposed with lighter wood and metal accents, the contemporary design highlights the project’s majestic natural surroundings. Units undulate to create protected balconies and floor to ceiling windows that maximize views from the living spaces toward the mountains and activities as they unfold across the plaza.

Located at the base of Park City Mountain Resort, Pendry Residences Park City is the new social hub of the revitalized Canyons Village. Featuring 150 fully serviced guestrooms and suites, ranging in size from studios to four-bedroom penthouse residences, and four unique lounge, restaurant, and bar experiences, including the only rooftop bar and pool in the area.

“The impact in creating a heart of activity at the Canyons is what I am most excited to see evolve, as people begin to visit and use the space seeing the spaces filled with families, friends, and people looking to take advantage of the mountain backdrop. In the end, the most important thing is that people create memories, the space is simply a backdrop for those memories to form.”

Keith Houchin, Vice President & Associate Principal.

Back to Top