Larry H. Miller Real Estate LLCs are buying Richardson Flat


There’s apparently a new chapter in the effort to develop Richardson Flat.

Two limited liability companies connected to Larry H. Miller Real Estate now own 950 acres in the area, according to Summit County property records. That’s almost the entire northern portion of the undeveloped land south of S.R. 248 and east of the U.S. 40 interchange.

The western half of the holdings include land Park City is seeking to annex into its boundaries, while the eastern portion includes land Hideout is seeking to annex into its boundaries. When land is annexed into a municipality’s boundaries, that city or town controls how and whether the land is developed.

It’s unclear what the LLCs intend to do with the land. Multiple messages left with multiple Larry H. Miller executives went unreturned.

One of the LLCs is called Hideout Community Advancement and Development, or HCAD. It lists Brad Holmes as its manager and shares an…

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