Echo Spur- Park City, Utah  – Sustainability at its Best

Echo Spur’s luxury home development in Park City, Utah may well be a model for ski towns around the world. Sustainable building and living needs to be new standard. This beautiful new development is right in the center of Park City’s historic district. The property features the latest solar, superinsulation, and water management strategies which support the environment and also reduce costs.

These “mountain modern” homes have been recognized by the State of Utah as a viable example of the future for residential developments and they will be completed in August.

Echo Spur Park City, Utah

Echo Spur offers expansive views of Old Town, Park City Mountain Resort and Deer Valley Resort. Homes will range in size from 2,700 to 3,500 square feet with versatile layout options that include three to four bedrooms, state-of-the art gourmet kitchens and outdoor entertaining areas with hot tubs and gas fireplaces.  The beautifully designed “Green” rooftops can be used as gardens or patios while providing superior insulation for the home, keeping energy costs down. All of the homes systems can be managed through the latest iPad-based technology; for example, the technology will know when weather is forecast to change, and will adjust the radiant heating accordingly.

Echo Spur homes are offered by Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Utah Properties and range from $2.7 to $3.5 million.

About Echo Spur
Located in the highly coveted Old Town neighborhood of Park City, Echo Spur is one of the last multi-lot developments in the historic district. Seven contemporary, sustainable homes will utilize the latest solar, superinsulation and water management strategies to reduce the cost of homeownership and provide a superior living experience. Old Town’s first sustainable development, Echo Spur is within easy walking distance to Main Street’s cultural offerings and hundreds of miles of trails. It is within one mile of world-class ski areas Deer Valley Resort and the country’s largest combined ski area between Park City Mountain Resort and Canyons Resort, collectively owned and operated by Vail Resorts. Park City is a convenient 35 minute drive from Salt Lake City International Airport. Two percent of home lot sales will be donated to the Park City Community Foundation and Kimball Art Center. For more info, visit