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Rendering of Treasure Development in Park City Utah

The 2018 mid-term elections are over and although the national balance of power between the Republicans and Democrats was on the forefront of national news, in Park City the future of a large scale development was the talk of the town.

For nearly three decades there has been concern and uncertainty of a massive, large-scale development that would loom over Old Town and historic Main Street. Throughout the years, many of us doubted if the construction of this project was even financially feasible. With out-of-state developers recently coming into Park City and Deer Valley, equipped with deep pockets and strong financial backing, the possibility or even certainty of the land getting developed had become more of a reality.

On Tuesday, November 6th,

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Thanksgiving in Park City

Thanksgiving in Park City signals the beginning of the ski season. Unlike many parts of the country, we can actually hit the slopes before we celebrate being thankful for the mountain paradise we get to call home. Park City Mountain will open for the season the day before, on November 21. What a fun way to earn a big meal!

We all know preparing a Thanksgiving feast is a lot of work, to put it mildly. There is the planning, the shopping, the prepping, the cooking, and then the eating. But it doesn’t stop there as the clean up awaits. Why not let someone else do all that this year?  And you can skip to the pleasurable part...eating! With several Park City restaurants hosting a stress-free feast this year, you are sure to find a festive eatery that

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LIVE PC GIVE PC - NOVEMBER 9th

The spirit of Park City shines brightest during the community’s annual day of giving, Live PC Give PC. Spearheaded by the Park City Community Foundation every November, it’s an effort to raise as much money as possible for more than 100 local non-profits in a single 24-hour period. This year, Live PC Give PC will be held on Friday, November 9. From children to adults and those of modest means to the wealthiest members of the community, all are encouraged to participate and give what they can to the non-profits of their choice. Last year, more than 4,000 donors contributed a record $2 million-plus to 107 non-profits. In the seven years since Live PC Give PC launched, nearly $8 million has been raised. How remarkable is

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Park City Cultural Performances

Fall is a magical time in Park City, Utah. Locals love this “shoulder season” as it provides a break from the crowds. But there is still plenty of activity to enjoy with this additional elbow room. As the cooler temperatures approach and the leaves begin to fall, your senses invite you to take in new sights and sounds. Why not take in some cultural entertainment to further enhance the mood? From stunning ocean photography to the authentic sounds of bluegrass, prepare to be mesmerized.

The Eccles Center

The New Chinese Acrobats

The New Chinese Acrobats have created an award-winning acrobatic performance that mixes new techniques and acts with ancient traditions. China’s ancient folk art, combined with today’s acrobatic style, will mesmerize

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 fall colors at deer valley resort

As we head into the winter, the big question lately has been - Are prices continuing to move up? Or are we seeing them level off, or even head back down? As local park city real estate experts, we focus most of our attention to properties within the city limits of Park City. But let us take a more expansive look and see what the statistical data reports for our entire MLS and then down to specific communities. Our review below includes data from the Park City Board of Realtors 2018 Q3 Statistical Report comparing the last 12 months, to the previous 12 months. Also known as a 12 month rolling - year over year report. Below is a quick visual chart that summarizes some of the major areas of the PCMLS.

 

SINGLE FAMILY HOMES

The total PCMLS count

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Halloween in Park City

Few communities take Halloween as seriously as Park City. We are a town that loves to have fun, let loose, and get super creative with costumes. Halloween in Park City is for all – kids, adults, and dogs! Historic Main Street is the hub of the celebrations, which are always held on Halloween, no matter what day of the week that happens to be. This year it’s a Wednesday, and we can’t think of a better way to spend hump day. It’s a locals’ spooktacular, and you’re guaranteed to run into all your friends, neighbors, and coworkers.

The Main Street festivities begin with trick-or-treating at the local merchants that line the street. It’s followed by the Howl-o-ween dog parade – an incredible, furry spectacle that has garnered national attention. Whether

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Park City Fitness Facilities

Summit County has a well-earned reputation for being one of the healthiest places in the United States. Whether it’s indoor or outdoor recreation, Park City residents are obsessed with staying active and fit. Thankfully, there are an impressive array of fitness facilities throughout the area to feed this fitness addiction. From boutique gyms to yoga studios to fully loaded recreation centers, there is a place to cater every workout whim. Now that we’ve received the first snowfall of the season, it’s time for some ski conditioning! Ski season starts in about two months. If you’re looking for a fun and challenging indoor workout, here are some incredible options to check out.

Boom Cycle Room

There’s no better way to get energized and burn serious

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skier at brighton with deer valley ikon pass

Gone are the days when you must buy multiple passes to enjoy multiple ski resorts. The Ikon and Epic Passes are multi-mountain passes, accepted by resorts all over the world. And with snow in the forecast this week for the Wasatch Mountains surrounding Park City, it's time to start planning for the ski season!

Be sure to act fast - as the deals and availability may end soon!

Epic Pass

Epic Pass, created by Vail Resorts, allows you to ski or ride, when you want, as much as you want. Now in its 10th year, the Epic Pass is accepted from Park City to Colorado, Tahoe, Canada and more. New this season, new resorts have been added to the pass – Okemo, Mount Sunapee, Crested Butte, and Stevens Pass. Have plans to travel to Europe for the

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The leaves on Park City’s maples and aspens are turning vibrant shades of red and golden yellow, and nighttime temperatures are dropping to around freezing. If you have not yet driven the Alpine Loop, the 20-mile scenic byway that spans from American Fork Canyon to Provo Canyon, add that to your weekend to-do list before all the bright hues are gone for the year. Mother Nature sure has a way of making the changing seasons magnificent throughout the Wasatch Mountains. There are also some fun happenings to add to your radar.

The Art and Science of Arachnids

If you suffer from arachnophobia you may want to pass on this exhibit. Then again, it just might be the cure for it. Just in time for Halloween, this exhibit is the largest arachnid in the

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Shot ski on Main Street Park City

There may be a chill in the air, but Park City is still the place to be during shoulder season. Many events and activities are going on, both inside and out, so put these on your to-do list for fall.

Park Silly Sunday Market

This will be the last Sunday to enjoy this event! This market is hosted on Main Street and filled with local vendors showcasing their arts, crafts, gourmet foods and antiques, as well as farmers located by the Post Office with locally grown fruits and vegetables.

Historic Main Street
September 23, 10:00am- 5:00pm

Art Exhibit

Local Artist, Patricia Smith, will have her work on display at the Park City Library. Smith is best known for her Olympic banners that are displayed on Main Street. Smith paints in both

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