The Sunrise Basin development allows you to achieve your dreams of owning ski-in/ski-out property and building a home in the heart of a vibrant alpine resort. Winter sports enthusiasts can choose a single family home, share in a condominium, or enjoy multi-day visits in a resort hotel. The development will grow into an active, year-round community, serving the mountain's loyal following and new guests, as well as honoring its legacy, and increasing its accessibility for everyone.
Sunrise Basin will allow 49° North resort to be upgraded as the Sunrise Basin community matures. Increasing investments will allow capital improvements on the mountain, such as high-speed chairlifts, additional trails, and other resort amenities.
Development will occur in multiple phases, spread across three distinct neighborhoods known as: Alpine Glades, Sunrise Village and Royal Ridge. As the resort develops, new home sites, multiplexes, lodges and an alpine village will take shape.
When completed, these three neighborhoods will offer a combined 2,700 housing units, several thousand square feet of retail space, full service lodges, and ski-in/ski-out access for all.
Alpine Glades, located on 50 acres at the base of the Sunrise Quad chairlift, is the first phase of the 15-year, $500 million Sunrise Basin Development. Alpine Glades will provide a mix of single-family housing, duplexes, condominiums, a lodge and a resort hotel.
The initial offering in this first phase will take place in 2016, when approximately 35 home sites and duplex lots will be released. These lots will all feature true ski-in/ski-out access to the Sunrise Quad chairlift.
First chair. First tracks. First offering. It pays to be first on the mountain.
Your Home At the heart of the resort
It's like the first chair on a powder day For the rest of your life
Mountain Living Begins at Sunrise
Sunrise Basin at 49° North Mountain Resort is located just an hour's drive north of Spokane, Washington. Owners and overnight guests can fly to Spokane from anywhere in the world and be snuggled up by the fire, or out tearing up the slopes, in no time at all.