Property Spotlight – Park Station 213

Property Spotlight – Park Station 213

Park Station has long been one of the most popular condominium complexes in Park City. With its terrific bottom-of-Main location, a block away from Town Lift Plaza, it’s terrifically convenient for discovering all Park City has to offer, year-round, whether or not you have a vehicle.

And it’s a great place to own. Rod Jasmer, a published author who has lived and traveled around the world and who currently splits his time between the lakes of Minnesota and mountains of Utah, purchased Park Station 213 in 2013. From the time he bought it he contemplated changes he wanted to make, to maximize rental potential. Jasmer made a number of small improvements to the ground floor 2-bedroom unit each year, such as installing new windows and adding new beds. In 2015/2016 the plan was to remodel the bathrooms, however during the final design stage he cancelled the entire project as the transitions between the new bathrooms and yet-to-be-determined kitchen remodel were not coming together. He feels that turned out to be a great decision as the new bathrooms would have had a dated style and would have been expensive to complete on their own. This year he completed a full, $130k renovation, which ultimately allowed for a seamless theme throughout the unit, a choice he feels was “far superior”.

Jasmer started interviewing possible contractors in the fall of 2017. From the interviews he created a detailed set of specifications, and put it out to bid. The remodel started the week after ski season (mid-April 2018) and was completed before Christmas, 32 weeks later. The results are stunning, and while Jasmer says he hopes that increased rentals will offset the remodeling costs, “It is also an investment in the future and a beautiful place to stay.”

Jasmer has advice for anyone thinking of remodeling their own rental unit or home. “An experienced designer can really help the process and can aid in construction management if you cannot always be there personally”, he says, “Do not be afraid to push the design limits. Just because something hasn’t been done before or it is not the typical use of materials, if you think it might work, try it.” He believes that several of the best changes made to Park Station 213 were completely leaps of faith. “It also is a great feeling when it all comes together in the end and it looks even better than expected,” Jasmer concludes.

Enjoy scrolling through the before and after photos, and to see availability and book go to Park Station 213. Keep in mind that, like most condos in the complex, Park Station 213 can be booked as a two-bedroom, a one bedroom Park Station 213-1, or a hotel room/studio Park Station 213-2.

What guests are saying about their stay:

“Fantastic unit. The entire unit has been completely remodeled and it’s very nice. The location of park station is great and the location of this unit in the building is perfect. We will definitely stay there again if the opportunity arises.”

“We loved our stay! The space is nice, clean and perfectly located. Communication was great when we needed anything. All around great experience, would definitely stay again and recommend to others!”

“This Park City unit was great! It was as advertised, very comfortable and in a great location. Very quiet as well! A great off season price, too! The Park City Lodging staff was excellent to work with! We will stay there again!”

“This place was awesome! Very clean , very close to Main Street . They have a great hot tub and pool situation.”

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Published on Thursday, July 18, 2019