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From the Park Record submitted by Vail Resorts on July 22, 2019:

Vail Resorts on Monday announced it has entered into a definitive merger agreement to acquire 100 percent of the outstanding stock of Peak Resorts, at a purchase price of $11.00 per share, subject to certain conditions, including regulatory review and Peak Resorts’ shareholder approval.

Through the acquisition, Vail Resorts will add 17 U.S. ski areas to its network of resorts. Located near major metropolitan areas, including New York, Boston, Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Columbus, St. Louis, Kansas City and Louisville, the resorts include:

  • Mount Snow in Vermont
  • Hunter Mountain in New York
  • Attitash Mountain Resort, Wildcat Mountain and Crotched
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2nd Quarter Wasatch Back market review

The 2019 second quarter Wasatch back real estate market overview is out and it is a great way to see what is happening currently with our real estate market.  It is divided into 5 areas: Park City limits, Synderville Basin, Jordanelle, Heber Valley, and East Summit County.  As you will see from the report almost all markets values have increased in all areas.  Please reach out to us for detailed information on any area you may be looking to buy or sell in.  Click the link below to view the report:

2nd quarter Wasatch Back real estate market overview

 

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Not everyone wants a hard, 3000 vert climb or tons of switch backs on their bike ride, sometimes you just want an easy cruise.  We have the perfect list for you put together by Park City Magazine: Biking Guide: 5 Easy Rides for Cruising Park City's Trails .  They are the perfect rides for beginners or those just looking to see Park City and enjoy a nice leisure ride.  Great for families too!  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Stein Eriksen home

The personal home of skiing legend Stein Eriksen is now for sale. Located on the 5th fairway of the Park City Municipal Golf Course this home has fantastic mountain views. This property adjoins the newly acquired 19 acre Armstrong Ranch which is now Open Space.  Be right in town yet feel like you are in your own private oasis.  

To see more photos and info go here: Stein Eriksen's home in Park City   Please contact us for a showing or questions about this property of any real estate in Park City. 

 

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 Situated just east of Park City and north of the Heber Valley, the neighborhoods surrounding the Jordanelle Reservoir—including Hideout Canyon, Soaring Hawk, Tuhaye, Victory Ranch, and developments abutting the Jordanelle State Park—offer stunning views of Mt. Timpanogos and Deer Valley®. With the Jordanelle State Park right in their backyard, residents enjoy some of the best golf, boating, hiking, mountain biking, camping, wakeboarding, waterskiing, stand up paddle boarding, and fishing in the state.

When fine dining, theater, arts, or shopping is desired, the neighborhoods encompassing the Jordanelle are a short 15 minute drive to the heart of Park City or a 40 minute drive to Salt Lake City and the International Airport. In the winter,

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A new restaurant just opened on Park City's Main Street; Courchevel, A Talisker Club Bistro.  It is located within the historic Coal & Lumber building and features European-French inspired Cuisine from Talisker Executive Chef Clement Gelas.  Courchevel Bistro is all about inventive European-French cuisine prepared with only the freshest local ingredients.  

"Sharing the culinary influences from my home country of France and Rhone Valley in a fresh and inventive manner is one of my greatest passions.  We're excited to craft modern adaptations that incorporate seasonal flavors from purveyors who share our commitment to sustainable and local ingredients." Clement Gelas, Executive Chef

Courchevel Bistro is open to the public, and adjacent to the

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The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) has released their preferred alternative for the future of the S.R. 248 (also know as Kearns Blvd) entryway into and out of Park City.  S.R. 248 is the 3.1 mile stretch of road between U.S. 40 and the intersection of S.R. 224 (also known as Park Avenue).  It serves as the route in and out of Park City for many people who live in parts of the Synderville Basin, East Side of Summit County, and Wasatch County.  The expansion calls for it to become a 5 lanes, with two lanes in each direction and a turning lane at intersections.  There would also be two left-turn lanes at the intersection of S.R. 248 and 224, an often bottle necked area in the rush hours.  There would also be bike lanes created along the entire

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USA Today just published an article detailing the "10 Restaurants Elevating Park City's Culinary Scene," citing that Park City dining is reaching new heights.  We couldn't agree more, to have so many wonderful, high quality restaurants in our small ski town is an amazing asset for locals and visitors.  Some of the well known and established restaurants made the list such as: Riverhorse on Main, The Mariposa, and Glitretind.  Some newcomers to the scene also made the list: Hearth and Hill, Apex Steak at the Montage Deer Valley, and The 7880 Club located in the Stein Ericksen Residences. 

Take a look at the full list here: 10 Restaurants Elevating Park City's Culinary Scene.   It still is a great time to dine out in Park City right now, not too busy and

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It takes just 26 seconds for a guest to form an opinion of your home when they walk through the front door. What does your space say about you? While we try to resist the urge to judge, there's no doubt that first impressions count.

Whether you're expecting guests or you're hoping to transform your spare room into a rental, experts agree there are five key areas that friends notice first about your house. Thankfully, it takes minutes to correct them. Here, Miranda Cresswell, brand director at OneFineStay, and Ariel Kaye, CEO of Parachute and the newly opened Parachute Hotel, explain the most effective ways to update your home before guests arrive. Got five minutes to spare? Make these simple changes for a home that makes a lasting impression.

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