You need visit the Ski Utah website and read Tele Tony’s “Locals Knowledge” articles. This one on Deer Valley goes beyond the corduroy grooming and superb dining. According to Tony, whatever type of skier you are, there’s a side to Deer Valley for you.
The Park City Museum is an important part of Park City and the historic landscape of Main Street. The Historical Society was incorporated in 1981 and began with a membership of 15 people. The story of the Museum began with two women: Tina Lewis and Patricia Smith. Tina, a City Council member, persuaded the city to fund a Centennial Exhibit (Park City was incorporated in 1884). Patricia, a local artist, was hired by the city to design and create the exhibit. Many people saw the Centennial Exhibit, which turned out to be a great success.
In 1984, the Historical Society and Museum boards merged to make the
Park City Museum a permanent facility on Main Street. In 1988, the
Museum offices moved from the gym of the Marsac Building into the
upstairs of the historic City Hall building. The 2002 Winter Olympics
proved the popularity of heritage tourism and historic destinations, as
25,000 tourists visited the Park City Museum during those 10 days.
During strategic planning meetings for the Park City Museum after the
Olympics, plans were made for major Museum renovations. A successful
fundraising effort raised $8.95 million which led to a two year
renovation and expansion.
In October 2009, the Park City Museum opened its doors once again and the Museum continues to receive rave reviews about its first class exhibitions. From its beginnings in 1984 until today, 1.6 million people have visited the Museum. Membership has grown from the original 15 to over 500 active members today. But the work isn’t done at the Park City Museum! We are continually working to create first-class exhibitions, deliver engaging educational programming for diverse audiences, and provide a place the community can call its own.
There are many ways to give to the Museum,
large and small, and all make a difference. Perhaps one of the following
may be right for you.
The year-end housing statistics for Summit and Wasatch Counties revealed a diverse and mixed market. Each neighborhood is different and because of the extreme diversity and complexity of these micro-markets along with continued consumer demand, changing inventory, new developments and diverse price points, it is important for buyers and sellers to work with a REALTOR. I look forward to being of service in 2019. This report covers the Number of Sales, Sold Volume, Average Sales Price, Average Sales Price Per Sq. Ft., List Price to Sales Price Ratio, Average DOM, Active Listings and Months of Inventory for 30+ distinct Park City market areas and is broken out by Single Family Homes, Condominiums and Vacant Land. For a separate Wasatch County Report please contact me.
Today, February 2nd, the Priority Reservation Program moves into high gear for the Pendry Residences Park City. Pendry is pleased to announce that residence specific pricing and all floor plans are now live on their website. Fully furnished and designed for entertaining and family gatherings, Pendry Residences feature expansive windows and open living spaces that connect residents to the outdoors and to one another. With a variety of residence sizes in three distinct buildings, pricing for studio to four bedroom residences range from $395,000 to $3.65M
Accepting Residence Specific Reservations Now through February 25, 2019
Residence Selection Day February 28, 2019
Firm Contracts Written April 2019
Private VIP Ski Days Now – March 13
Construction Start Summer 2019
Construction Completion Winter 2021
Visit the Pendry website to be the first to view residence specific floor plans and final pricing.
For questions and further inquiries, please contact Mary at email@example.com.
The Sundance Film Festival commences today and I found this article by Rosie G Serago about Robert Redford to be very insightful into the spark that kindled Sundance Mountain Resort. “Redford saw it as a place to hear and tell stories. Sundance’s own story started with a misrouted road trip. Redford, on his way West, came up Provo Canyon by mistake but was quickly captivated by the presence of Mount Timpanogos. He took a side road for a closer look, which brought him to the area that is now Sundance Mountain Resort.”
Read more and see the video about his fascinating journey here.
Park City landowners could compete for development gold should the International Olympic Committee award a 2030 Winter Olympics to Utah. Two local potential development areas are the PCMR development rights at the Resort Center parking lots and at Deer Valley the rights for development on the lots outside Snow Park Lodge. Development of the parking areas have been under discussion since the 1990s, but due to change in ownership at both Resorts, downturns in the economy throughout the years and the displacement of Resort parking during construction; these projects have not been a priority.
Could the Olympics finally bring these development plans to fruition? Click the link http://ow.ly/vDtH30nbnNa to learn more!
As the ski season gets underway, new properties are coming on the market. Investment in real estate is often one of life’s largest, financially. Investment in family and lifestyle is worth every penny. Living in Park City and the surrounding areas amongst the splendor of a mountain environment will be your daily dividend. That’s priceless.
Find your perfect family vacation home! Peruse Summit Sotheby’s 2018 Winter Collections Magazine to view all that Park City, Utah has to offer!
Real estate is local, which is why we offer you current and historical data from the local MLS to produce detailed, highly visual and easy to interpret videos that clearly demonstrate market trends. Our videos cover Salt Lake, Utah, Davis, Weber, Summit, Wasatch, and Washington Counties. Click below to choose your preferred video.
The wait is over and Mother Nature has delivered! With over 42 inches+ of snow the past few weeks, Deer Valley couldn’t be more excited for opening weekend. Join the them for another great season of world-class skiing, fine dining and unrivaled guest service at Deer Valley Resort.
Shred For Red
On Opening Day, Deer Valley® is hosting Shred for Red, an event to spread awareness and raise funds to eradicate blood cancers. For more information, please visit the Shred for Red website here.
Celebrate 38 Years at The Mariposa
Join Deer Valley in celebrating 38 winter seasons with a special $50 prix fixe menu along with an optional $50 wine flight; valid December 7 – 16, 2018. For reservations, please call 435-645-6632 or click here.