Greg Ericksen

Park City Film Studios

The developer of the Park City Film Studios lost a round in Third District Court Wednesday. But the decision from Judge Kara Pettit was on a somewhat narrow legal issue. The judge denied a motion from Greg Ericksen to overturn a lien on the studio property. The ruling, however didn't come to grips with the dispute between Ericksen and his lender, Gary Crandall. Rick Brough has more.

Even though construction at the Park City Film Studios is not finished, production on a new television show for this fall's season is underway. Leslie Thatcher has more.

Local developer Gary Crandall is asking Third District Court to let him amend his lawsuit against the Park City Film Studios and has submitted a more detailed complaint against Greg Ericksen, the developer of the project. Crandall alleges that he advanced more than $12 million to the film studios based on agreements and Ericksen's promises that Crandall would be a partner in the development. Instead, the revised lawsuit says Ericksen is now fraudulently claiming that Crandall is only a lender. Rick Brough has more.

Building activity is booming so far in 2014, with impressive numbers reported by the Park City Building Department, and several projects underway or planned on Main Street.  Rick Brough has more.

Park City Film Studios

Since last Wednesday, all activity has stopped at the Park City Film Studios, leaving many wondering, now what?  KPCW's Leslie Thatcher reports.

The Park City Council last week approved the final subdivision plat for Park City Film Studios, paving the way for construction on the 30-acre development to move forward. As KPCW's Leslie Thatcher reports, expect construction to being this spring.

Following this week's ground-breaking ceremony, development on the Park City Film Studios will begin as soon as the developer has secured his building permits. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.