GWC Capital was represented this week as a title sponsor of the 27th annual What’s Up Down South economic summit, held in St. George, Utah, at the Dixie Convention Center on February 1, 2023.
This event is the largest business gathering in southern Utah and is designed to provide attendees with a glimpse of current and future developments throughout the St. George area.
GWC Capital’s foundational development, Desert Color, was highlighted and their team staffed a booth and kept busy answering questions, networking, and graciously accepting compliments from a wide range of summit participants: government officials (including Governor Spencer Cox), builders, realtors, banking/finance professionals, Desert Color residents, non-residents, and prospective residents.
Desert Color continues to be the most highly recognized real estate development brand in Washington County. Currently, the 3,500-acre property is just 5% complete. When the 20–25-year project is finalized, approximately 11,000 rooftops will comprise the community.
There are many additional developments to look forward to within Desert Color.
One such future development currently taking reservations is Atara, part of the Autograph Collection Residences of Marriott.
Atara is designed to echo the textures and palette of the mountains, sky, and sand. The villas feature spacious living areas, relaxing oasis bedrooms and baths, and expansive outdoor patios. These villas are the ideal base camp to fully enjoy and explore St. George and southern Utah.
Another GWC Capital development soon to break ground in southern Utah is Solenté.
Located in Washington City, Solenté is a 570-acre highly amenitized resort community. The first 50 lots are in the first phase of building and should be complete by the end of the year.
GWC Capital continues to diversify its portfolio while prioritizing projects such as Desert Color, Atara, and Solenté in southern Utah. Wherever the right opportunity exists to make wise investments, create strategic partnerships, and build better communities, GWC Capital makes it happen.