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Fall Maintenance at Park City's Town Lift

Posted on 21 October 2015 | 5:17 pm

Town-Lift-Repair-webPark City Ski Resort prepares for the upcoming 2015/16 ski season at the Town Lift located at Park City's Town Lift Plaza. Bring on the snow!...  more»


Posted on 2 October 2015 | 9:00 am

The Quicksilver Interconnect Gondola at Park City nears completion of terminals and 27 towers.


The 8-passenger Quicksilver Gondola will travel between a point close to the base of the Silverlode Lift to a location near the Flat Iron Lift located in the Colony at White Pine Canyon.  The route covers 7,650 feet over approximately 1-1/2 miles linking two of North America's greatest ski areas and creating the largest resort in the United States with 7,300 acres of skiable terrain - and pure fun!  

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Autumn Aloft

Posted on 20 September 2015 | 10:22 am

Dazzling colors filled the skies this morning for the Park City Hot Air Balloon Festival.  Always a good excuse to get up early!!Autumn-Aloft-024-save-for-w Autumn-Aloft--save-for-web...  more»

Snow In Park City

Posted on 17 September 2015 | 10:17 am

September Snow 2015 001 Crop webA lovely crisp morning in Park City with a dusting of snow received overnight.    Beautiful!...  more»

35 degrees at Promontory this morning!

Posted on 6 September 2015 | 1:18 pm

cropped Sage Grouse

The temperature was perfect for an early morning run and for enjoying my "wild neighbors".   The mule deer were plentiful, including some awesome looking bucks sporting hefty antlers still in velvet.  Flashy Mountain Bluebirds with their electric blue plumage looked like jewels darting between the sagebrush.  A surprise encounter of 2 separate families of Sage Grouse was thrilling.  All of this with the distant sound of Elk bugling - a great start to a beautiful day in Park City!

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Wasatch Front December Market Update

Posted on 24 November 2015 | 4:19 pm

Active listings (inventory) are down 23% from October 2014, but Pendings are actually up by the same margin of 23% in Salt Lake County--this is perhaps the strongest indicator we have of the health of our housing market. Buyer interest has remained strong even in a slightly limited market. The Ogden and Davis County markets are witnessing even more pronounced versions of the same trend.


In terms of pricing, the median price for single family homes in Salt Lake County is $245,000, which represents a downturn from this summer. In July, Salt Lake City hit the peak of its market at $257,000 -- to see that number come down suggests that the market is adjusting based on buyer demands. The market seems to have found its ceiling. Similarly, we are seeing almost the same number of sales from last year, giving professionals reason to believe that our market is healthy and growing at a marginal rate that is advantageous to clients....  more»

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