- 3 Beds
- 4.00 Baths
- 2,648 SqFt
The Parkite is made up of 15 luxury condominiums located at 333 Main Street, Park City, Utah. Units in the bold colored building offer great views of Park City, Old Town, and Deer Valley. Many of the units on facing Main Street have balconies and units on the backside of the building offer a quieter location with relaxation areas facing Park Avenue. There are two bedrooms, three bedrooms, and Penthouse options within the building. The penthouse unit is four bedrooms with five bathrooms and 3,426 square feet. This location is hard to beat for Old Town dining and nightlife.
The Parkite developer is the Watts Investment Partners out of California and the architect is Elliott Work Group. The interior design was done by the Elliott Work Group. The building features a rooftop common area with two fire pits and seating areas. There's an onsite concierge. The Parkite offers a ski locker room, fitness center, underground garage parking, and assigned private storage. The floors are reclaimed walnut floors, the ceiling is typically nine and a half feet to twelve feet and the windows go from floor to ceiling. Each residence has multiple fireplaces and there are balconies or terraces on most residences. The developer offered a 24" wolf microwave, Wolf warming drawer, Asko dishwasher, Wolf E Series oven and cooktop, Wolf double oven, Sub Zero refrigerator for wine or soda, and Asko family sized washer and dryer. The technology packages include a Crestron System. The insulation is double ceiling and wall separation ensures great efficient that is STC (Sound Transmission Class) ratings above 55 to help retain heat in the winter, coolness in the summer and also acts as a sound barrier.
* Note: When I represented a buyer on The Parkite we had the unit measured and the measurement came back accurate. The garage access is quite impressive because they tunneled under other buildings to provide the best access to the Parkite.
Below is a photo of The Parkite during construction:
Two Bedroom Floorplan in The Parkite: