Snoqualmie Pass Resort
Lake Mardee Road / Exit 54 | Snoqualmie Pass, Washington
OFFERED AT $17,000,000
Just a 50-minute drive east of Seattle located in Snoqualmie Pass of Washington State is a spectacular 150-acre development site designated as a Planned Unit Development (PUD). The subject property is on the north side of Exit 54 of I-90 and is zoned Commercial and Residential with a Preliminary Master Plan Approval for up to 1150 Lodging and Residential Units. The existing Preliminary Approval includes 300 hotel units, 200 motel units, 3 restaurants, 2 fast food restaurants, a Village Center, Retail Shops, Park Area, Tennis Courts, recreational center, conference center and up to 650 residential Condo Units.
This property is the only approved area within Washington State for a true Alpine Community Development near existing ski hills and other recreational activities.
The four ski hills of the Summit at Snoqualmie consist of (from West to East): Alpental, Summit West, Summit Central and Summit East. The Summit at Snoqualmie attracts approximately 700,000 skier visits annually and offers a range of ski terrain from beginner to expert skier levels. The Pass also averages daily traffic on I-90 of approximately 30,000 to 50,000 cars per day that will drive by the future resort, hence attracting good people traffic for the future resort amenities.
The site can be developed for year-round use with three restaurants, a service station, two fast food restaurants, 500 hotel/motel units, a 45,000 sf conference center, 12 tennis courts, 1 basketball court, a sports complex with indoor pool and Village Center. Plus, up to 650 residential Condo units in a clustering layout with a Village Concept.
The site has excellent ingress and egress to I-90 both East and West via Exit 54 and water and sewer are available for the Preliminary Approved Plan. A Final Development Plan Approval will be needed by the Board of Kittitas County Commissioner’s prior to any development permits or building construction.
Note: The subject 1980 PUD rezone for Mountain Grandeur Resort Development does not have an Expiration Date with Kittitas County.
Mountain Grandeur will soon become one of Washington’s best known locations for all-season recreation, convention center meetings and scenic alpine village views.