In collaboration with Deepak Chopra’s foundation, Park City developer begins construction on Ameyalli, a world-class, wellbeing resort in Midway, Utah
Midway—Located on a historic site where Native Americans and later Hollywood elite frequented for the restorative powers of 28 thermal hot springs, Ameyalli is an ambitious, new resort designed to continue the sacred land’s tradition of wellbeing. Local Park City developer Charles Heath has drawn inspiration from extensive visits to wellness destinations throughout Europe to create a wellbeing-focused resort in the heart of Midway, Utah that will be like no other in the United States. Nestled against the Heber Valley’s majestic peaks amidst thousands of acres of protected open space, the multi-phased community has unveiled its first phase of 22 shared ownership residences featuring modern, organic design that pays homage to the natural surroundings. Introductory, limited time pricing for a one-eighth share is just $310,000, an incomparable price point in the Heber Valley-Park City area. Only six co-ownership shares remain in this phase, which is slated for completion at the end of 2023. Future phases of Ameyalli are to include a boutique hotel, restaurant, the Ameyalli Wellbeing Center of Excellence, and more.
Last month, work began on Ameyalli’s infrastructure, including roads, utilities, and sidewalks. A groundbreaking ceremony, which will include remarks from Midway Mayor Celeste Johnson, will take place on Tuesday, June 27 at 4:00 p.m. at 800 N 200 E, Midway, UT 84049.
“With the surge in popularity of the Park City area and increased recognition of the Heber Valley for its beauty, tranquility, and year-round recreation, this is the ideal location to create a world-class destination for wellbeing unlike any in the United States,” says Heath. “The initial phase of residences presents an exciting opportunity for those who love this area to be a part of Ameyalli’s limitless, alpine lifestyle from the outset. They will enjoy the privileges of vacation homeownership at a price point that no longer exists in the Wasatch Back.”
Heath’s grand vision for Ameyalli attracted the attention of Deepak Chopra MD, FACP, FRCP, the internationally renowned pioneer in integrative medicine and personal transformation. As a result, the Chopra Foundation, his non-profit entity for research on well-being and humanitarianism, has joined forces with Heath. They will collaborate on the 50,000 square-foot Ameyalli Wellbeing Center of Excellence that will feature transformative programming centered around the globally acclaimed Seven Pillars of Wellbeing.
Chopra says, “It is an honor to contribute to the fabric of Ameyalli’s values, community and commitment to wellbeing. In this mature season of my life, I’m grateful to be of service and share my legacy teachings with Ameyalli’s residents and guests. Together, we are building world premier resources to improve health, happiness and—the true measure of wellbeing—joy for all.”
Fully furnished residences will feature natural organic, harmonious design. Each spacious home will be 2,700 square feet with four bedrooms, four baths, and rooftop observation deck. Numerous resort amenities for the residences include pools, spas, fitness center, and pickleball. Ameyalli provides on-site management of the property and comprehensive services to make owning a vacation property effortless. Ameyalli owners may enjoy their residence six to 12 weeks per year and are not limited to a specific time slot. Additionally, they can invite guests or offer their weeks for rentals. Owners can also trade vacation times among other owners to accommodate multi-week visits or use numerous residences at the same time to accommodate larger groups. Exclusive exchange privileges with other luxury resorts around the world are an extra benefit of being an Ameyalli owner. For more info, visit Ameyalli.com.