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Park City – Park City Film Studios has begun vertical construction today on the first phase of its new $125 million movie studio at Quinn’s Junction in Park City, Utah.
The first phase of construction totaling $31 million, will be nearly 92,000 square feet of space and will consist of three buildings – three separate film sound stages, a digital media center and mill, and the studio’s production offices. This initial phase will be the core of both the studio and creative campus and is slated to open its doors this fall.
The new film studio and mixed-use creative campus, designed by Utah’s AJC Architects, will serve as an international full-length feature film and television production facility, with soundstages, virtual green screens, the CG technology, studio production services and editing. The creative campus will contain an international film school set to open in 2015, a hotel, and a guitar museum. The film studio will sit on 30 acres of property at the intersection of US 40 and Highway 248.
“Today, we are a giant step closer to opening the doors to Utah’s first mixed-use film studio,” said Greg Ericksen, chairman of Park City Film Studios. “Park City Film Studios will be a game changer for Utah as a whole by finally allowing film makers to complete a film from start to finish without leaving the state, ultimately increasing job opportunities and growing the industry as a whole.”