KSL’s architectural model of its proposed village development is available for public viewing from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday in the current village near the old Granite Chief and Sierra Sotheby’s International Reality. 
The model, which was constructed by Doug Yates of Model Tech in Southern California, is built to scale, with one inch equaling 30 feet. According to Chevis Hosea, vice president of development for Squaw Valley Real Estate LLC, the initial purpose of the model is to help stakeholders better understand the proposed development, which covers 100 acres and includes 1,000 residential units and a 132,000-square foot aquatic and adventure center.
“Then it will be used for sale of the product,” he said.
How long will the model be available for viewing?
“Hopefully it will be here for 10 to 15 years,” said Hosea, referring to the amount of time it will take to build out the project’s four phases.



  • Moonshine Ink Staff
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