OVERVIEW

TCFC, Replay Resorts and Vail Resorts are working together to enhance Canyons Village, making it the true gateway to the Park City experience. Between them, they have experience in creating some of the world’s great resort villages and mountain destinations, from Whistler to Vail to Les Arcs in France. They understand the importance of the four-season experience and the walkable village. They know that the mountain experience happens before, after and sometimes instead of going up the mountain. Their goal is to make Canyons Village the ultimate destination for the celebration, recreation and imagination of mountain life year round.

TCFC

TCFC Finance Co. LLC is the primary property owner at Canyons Village, including the Waldorf Astoria Park City. With more than four million square feet of new development in and around the area, TCFC is the sponsor of the long term real estate development master plan in Canyons Village Core, Lower Village and Red Pine area and was instrumental in completing the Canyons Resort Golf course that opened in 2014.

REPLAY RESORTS

Few can elevate the mountain village experience better than Replay, the team leading the design, revitalization and master planning of Canyons Village. This seasoned group leverages their long history with pioneering resort developer Intrawest, where they realized villages in Whistler, BC, Copper Mountain, Colorado and Les Arcs in France, among many others. Today, they’re also elevating the resort experience in places like Turtle Bay in Hawai‘i and in Antigua for a new generation of enthusiasts.

VAIL RESORTS

Vail Resorts, which has already invested $50 million in on-mountain improvements at Park City, is the premier mountain resort company in the world. Vail works in mountain operations, lodging and real estate to provide the experience of a lifetime to its guests. Vail owns and operates 10 resorts besides Park City: Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge and Keystone in Colorado; Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood in the Lake Tahoe area of California and Nevada; Afton Alps in Minnesota and Mt. Brighton in Michigan.

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