When second-home buyers look for properties, they want a space with resort-style living. The Pointe offers just that and more. Located next to Jordanelle Reservoir, the Pointe is a resort-vacation community with second homes and vacation properties near Utah’s famous mountain-side town, Park City. Besides offering world-class skiing, the area is also known for its natural amenities, including hiking, biking, boating, cross-country skiing, and more. The Pointe maximizes these features by blending natural scenery and activity into its architectural design. This resort vacation development has it all, from large recreation areas and gathering spaces for weddings, large parties, community gatherings, swimming, outdoor volleyball, and basketball.
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The Pointe Clubhouse
Making Mountain, Lakeside Living a Must-do in Park City, Utah
The Pointe development is every outdoor-loving homebuyer’s dream. Its pedestrian-friendly neighborhood design and suite of amenities has an architectural design that doesn’t over-style itself. Instead, it emphasizes the natural resources of the area. Located above Heber Valley, overlooking Jordanelle State Park, this resort-style residential project includes townhomes, large recreation areas, and a fully-stocked clubhouse. We also augmented the development layout to include meandering roads and footpaths that tie into Park City’s new trail system.
Our architects developed The Pointe using consistent aesthetics to emphasize the site’s natural beauty. Rather than impose a rigid design that blocked views of Jordanelle Reservoir, our architects created a condo layout that matched the site’s varying topography, including two-story and three-story buildings. With two-story downhill townhomes with expansive views out the back and three-story townhome uphill units with living space on upper levels with views out the front. Most residents can enjoy a direct line of sight to the lake and the other landmarks found in this mountainous region.