President of Grand Summit Hotel’s Homeowner’s Association faces lawsuit (UT)

George Fleming considers himself one of the original homeowners at the Grand Summit Hotel in the Canyons Village base area at Park City Mountain Resort.  Fleming said he has owned two units for nearly 12 years and has been a member of the homeowner’s association for just as long. He and another owner admitted to The Park Record that the hotel was due for a renovation.  The Grand Summit Homeowner’s Association, which owns the hotel located at 4000 Canyons Resort Drive, authorized a $15 million remodel of 212 suites. The renovations, which included updating communal spaces such as the lobby, front desk area, spa and café, were completed over the summer.  But now, homeowners are claiming the work was not up to par with their expectations and that the Grand Summit Homeowner’s Association, particularly President Jeff Dullanty, was not transparent with financial and design information.      Read the article……………

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