Ironwood Teams Rocky Mountain Power Sustainability

Ironwood Resort Development has teamed up with Rocky Mountain Power to purchase 100% renewable wind energy for their developments in Deer Valley® Utah. Both construction power and ongoing power after occupancy are achieved through wind power purchases equivalent to the use during either phase. By purchasing clean wind energy Ironwood Resorts is significantly reducing their carbon footprint over traditional coal based energy. This is just one of many steps Ironwood Resorts has taking to lessen its impact on the local and world-wide environment.

Ironwood Development Featured in September 2007 Business Review

Ironwood Resort Development: Piece of the West
By Hanna Aronovich

Friday, 21 September 2007
Americans are going West, which is good news for Ironwood Resort Development. Jack Koson, president of the luxury development firm, says that more Americans are purchasing seasonal homes in the mountains, as opposed to – or sometimes in addition to – a beach house.

“In the past, people weren’t familiar with the mountains and how great it is here, especially with all the outdoor activities,” Koson notes. “But, we know the mountains – it’s our niche – and we think it’s a place that more and more Americans are going to want a piece of”…

Working with skilled contractors and construction management firms is key, which is why Ironwood selects leaders in the field. Jacobson Construction Co., for example, is one of Ironwood’s project partners…

Based in Utah, Jacobson is a leader in the intermountain region. The firm worked with Ironwood on the Silver Strike Lodge. Located in Empire Pass, Utah, “Silver Strike will offer amenities not yet seen in Empire Pass,” Jacobson says.

Scheduled for occupancy by the spring of 2008, the Silver Strike Lodge will consist of 39 ski-in/ski-out luxury condominium units with a variety of floor plans for clients to choose from.