Have suggestions for products that you'd like to see reviewed by our real estate technology expert? Email Craig Rowe. Similar to opinions on the value of Zillow advertising or ibuyer brokerage models, the market's response to tiny homes depends on who you ask. If you ask the developer team behind Park City, Utah's Yotelpad, you'll get a confident response asserting that buyers are ready for less square footage -- and the company is staking seriously expensive acreage on it. Yotelpad, largely made up of people who once worked with Intrawest Resorts, which was acquired by KSL Parners and Aspen Sking Co. in 2017, is a joint effort by Replay Destinations, a resort developer whose projects include the Village at Whistler Blackcomb, Park City's Canyons Village, and Yotel, an urban-minded luxury hotel builder that focuses its efficient room designs on first-class airline cabins. Instead of stand-alone tiny homes, developers are building a four-level condominium project that will ...
- Replay Destinations and Yotel, which specializes in streamlined, smaller boutique hotels in active urban centers, combined to create Yotelpad, an affordable, active lifestyle condo development in Park City Mountain Resort in Park City, Utah.
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