The Park Record recently spoke with Victory Ranch’s managing director, Matt Menna, to discuss the development’s progress and future as well as the history of Victory Ranch. From its acquisition by real estate development firm Sterling Bay to the fundamental revision of its master plan – Victory Ranch has reduced original plans from nearly 700 homes down to 350 – the article highlights Victory Ranch’s commitment to developing with privacy and space in mind while leaving nature as untouched as possible for members’ enjoyment.
In the article, Menna notes that Victory Ranch members appreciate having space to enjoy their property.
“It’s all about the land for us,” shared Menna. “We’re very different from other projects around the area in Park City. We have four and a half miles of the Upper Provo River going through our property. More than 4,000 acres are dedicated for recreational use for our members.”
Detailing the challenge of taking a development of raw acreage and transforming it into a community that connects great people with the great outdoors, Menna is quick to point out that Victory Ranch members are the driving force. “We have 85 current owners, with many submitting for architectural review. We’re seeing fantastic homes being planned and many will be starting in the spring.”
A planned expansion of future amenities is coming to fruition mid-summer, with a swimming pool and fitness center expected to be completed this summer.
With more than 4,000 untouched acres for recreation, a rapidly expanding amenity set and a new private ski in/ski out clubhouse at the base of Town Lift in Park City, the vision for Victory Ranch grows increasingly sharper in focus.
Read the full article here.