PlumpJack Squaw Valley’s New Residences On Sale December 15

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A rendering of the upcoming inn
A rendering of the upcoming inn

Tahoe lovers, listen up! 34 exclusive slope-side residences are coming to Squaw Valley. The new homes are a part of the PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn, which is set to undergo a major redevelopment. The residences will become available to the public this Friday, December 15, 2017 with move in dates set for December 2019. The project is a collaborative effort spearheaded by the PlumpJack Group in partnership with Meriwether Co., CCY Architects, Level Four Advisors, Vita, and HDSF. “We’ve assembled our dream team and are ready to embark on creating Tahoe’s most distinctive resort and residences,” Hilary Newsom, president and partner of the PlumpJack Group said in a statement.  “We’re building on our rich history with Squaw Valley and the legacy of the resort and infusing the new development with our signature PlumpJack hospitality.”

Another look at the future of the PlumpJack Inn
Another look at the future of the PlumpJack Inn

The current Squaw Valley Inn will be replaced with a new 60-room hotel and the 34 residences. The entire property is just steps away from the Village at Squaw Valley and the base of the mountain with quick and easy access to the slopes. The resorts design, reimagined by CCY Architects, will be alpine luxe. A warm and charming vibe will be paired with luxury amenities and services. Owning a residence has its perks: buyers will receive exclusive access and fringe benefits to the PlumpJack Group’s portfolio of hotels, restaurants, bars, and wineries.

A rendering of the pool
A rendering of the pool

The new PlumpJack Squaw Valley will also have a beautiful pool, spa, fitness center, ski valet, and restaurant. It’s rare that this many new homes come on the market in such a prime destination. Squaw Valley was the location of the 1960 Winter Olympics, so the property has significant historical value.

To learn more about the residences, visit Live PlumpJack Squaw now.

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