*As published by KPCW.org, article written by: David Boyle
Vail announced on Thursday morning that it has entered into an agreement with a Utah based commercial real estate investment group PEG companies to sell and develop parcels of land currently used as surface parking lots at the base of Park City Mountain.
Vail says that the development plan for the 10 acre lot will feature a mixed-use project, including a full-service hotel and spa, residential units, commercial space for dining and retail, skier services, parking garages and community priorities such as improved access to public parking, traffic and transit improvements and on-site workforce housing.
Cameron Gunter, founder and chief executive officer of PEG Companies said “We believe…
The 2019 First Quarter Park City and Heber Valley Market Report is out and it provides a great overview of the Summit and Wasatch County real estate markets. Prices did rise slightly in almost every area, including Park City Limits (this includes the Deer Valley area), Synderville Basin, Heber Valley, and East Summit County. Please remember that these areas are highly segmented, even though just a few miles apart, Deer Valley and Thaynes Canyons area vary greatly in price and what is available. Please reach out to us for a detailed look at any areas you are looking at or currently reside.
In a recent article on Bloomberg.com, they list the best places to own a vacation home in the U.S. and Summit Park came in at #1 and Heber came in at #7! Summit Park -- the term for the micropolitan area, is actually part of Park City but Bloomberg only used micropolitan statistical areas which include one main urban center with a population of at least 10,000 but fewer than 50,000 people, at least one county and all designated hamlets, villages and townships. Bloomberg used equally measured metrics of: vacation home stock, share of the workforce employed in real estate and recreation-related industries, home valuations and household income.
Heber and Summit Park were the only 2 in the top 20 located in Utah. For information on either of these…
Deer Valley Resort had a great season with 353 inches of snow fall and closed April 7 with 110 inch snow base . There is still 5 feet of snow on the Silver Lake Lodge roof behind Delia, as you can see from the picture above.
Last season when Deer Valley closed they had only had a 50 inch snow base! It was an amazing ski season and now we look forward to the beautiful summer here in Park City, even though it will probably take a few months for all the snow to melt!
We all need a little less stress in our lives so why not live in a State that is one of the least stressed of all 50? Utah is one of the top 3 least stressed states according to a new report by WalletHub. They say stress isn't just a personal issue it is an issue of where you live also. The three least stressed states Utah, Minnesota, and Massachusetts, fared much better then most states in money, health, and family.
Utah ranked highest for place to raise a family and work life balance. People in Utah believe in working hard but also playing hard, and carving out family time once the work day is done. The amount of outdoor recreation available year-round also contributed to keeping people less stressed. Utahans also have the lowest student loan…
Pendry Residences Park City is proud to announce an impressive $95 million in reservations since the launch of the project's reservation sales program in late February. Discerning buyers from Park City and across the country have demonstrated a record-breaking interest in this luxury ski-in, lift out residential development in the heart of Canyons Village, reserving a selection of fully furnished residence types, from 446 square foot studios to spacious 2,600 square foot four-bedroom penthouse residences.
Upon opening in Winter 2021, Pendry Park City will feature four unique lounge, restaurant and bar experiences and the only rooftop pool and bar in the area. The property will boast Spa Pendry with eight treatment rooms; fitness center; Pinwheel…
Are you getting your Deer Valley or Park City home ready to sell? Here are 7 simple and easy tasks to make sure your home looks picture perfect before each showing.
Dust And Sweep Quickly
Sweep the kitchen, bathrooms, and entryway. Give the baseboards and window sills a quick once over, and quickly wiping down the furniture, TV screens, and computer monitors can help make each room shine.
Make The Counter-tops Sparkle
All counters in the kitchen and bath should be clean and clear. Remove clutter as well as small appliances and knick-knacks that should be stored.
Load The Dishwasher And Washer and Dryer
Clear the dishes off the counters and out of sinks by loading the dishwasher, but do not start the cycle if it will be running during the showing.
Park City Mountain’s Spring Grüv festival is happening now through closing day (April 7) with activities, music and special events at both base areas every day! This year’s Spring Grüv will be highlighted by the two remaining Saturday concerts: Anderson East on March 30 (Park City Mountain Village) and Dragondeer on April 6 (Canyons Village). Other activities include free s’mores, family après activities, meet and greets with the avalanche dogs.
The big event everyone looks forward to is the 23rd annual Pond Skimming competition held at the top of the Red Pine Gondola just outside Red Pine Lodge. Competitors must dress up in costume and try to cross a 100 foot pond on either skis or snowboard. The hilarity that plays out is well worth the wait for…
The weather man called for one inch of snow on March 24th, but Deer Valley got much more, it was a great surprise powder day! Take a look at Craig's short video enjoying the late March snow below: