The successful auction of property at the Empire Pass area in Park City has spurred another Park City area real estate auction. The Lodge at the Westgate announced last week that it will hold an auction to sell 44 of its whole ownership condominiums on the 28th of March.
Like the auction held last month, the developer has set minimum bids for the units at slightly below half of the current asking prices. Units are being offered with a minimum price starting as low as $149,000 for a 360 square foot studio. Models range up to a four bedroom four bath penthouse with a minimum bid of $995,000.
If the auction at Silver Strike in Deer Valley is any indication, prices will be bid up only modestly and other real estate sales near The Canyons Resort will likely be on hold as Buyers and Sellers wait to see the final results. Prices in the Empire Canyon area of Deer Valley are still adjusting after the auction held there last month.
The auction at The Lodge at the Westgate Park City should pique the interest of many with national advertising in Sunday’s Edition of the New York Times and other metropolitan areas. The initial bid pricing for the units places them near the asking prices of property resales at Silverado and lower than offerings at the nearby Sundial Lodge and Escala Lodges. Determining the value of The Lodges at Westgate isn’t easily done due to the number of available condominiums near The Canyons Resort. While the Westgate is not a true ski-in, ski-out property, the amenity package that the Westgate offers is impressive. The prices of all condominium property near the base of The Canyons as well as the fate of the still to open Sunrise at Escala will likely be impacted by the auction.
For more information about real estate near The Canyons Resort and to discuss the likely impact of the upcoming auction at The Lodges at The Westgate Park City may have, contact a professional with YouInParkCity.com.