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Defining the Many Forms of Factory Built Homes

By Joel Fine
Feb 05, 2019

Prefab 101: Defining The Many Forms Of Factory-Built Homes

Sheri Koones
Great read from a friend who knows what she is talking about!
Joel Fine
Realtor-Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices
Cell 435-901-2171
Email joel@FineProperty.com
www.joelfine.com

Talisker Club--Newest Gathering Place

By Joel Fine
Jan 31, 2019

PARK CITY, UT (January 31, 2019) – Storied Deer Valley, LLC, the owner and developer of Talisker Club in Park City, Utah, today announced the acquisition of the historic Coal & Lumber building, with plans to transform it into the newest Talisker Club gathering place, restaurant and lounge.

Plans are underway for the 5,422 square foot building, located at the intersection of Main Street and Heber Avenue, with preliminary concepts including a fine dining restaurant, a coffee shop and wine bar and a member-only après ski lounge and patio.The creation of this newest downtown dining and gathering experience is all within easy access to Main Street and Park City Mountain’s Town Lift. Full details remain in process with a planned opening slated for later this summer.

The recent acquisition of the iconic building is part of Storied Deer Valley’s long-term plan to further invigorate the Talisker Club brand. “We are excited to offer both our members and the public a new gathering spot in Downtown Park City,” said Mark Enderle, Storied Development Partner. “This acquisition is another step in continuing to enhance the Talisker Club experience.”

Click here for the full press release.

Joel Fine Realtor Berkshire Hathaway Park City, UT

Cell: 435-901-2171

Email:  joel@FineProperty.com

www.joelfine.com

 

 

2 Bedroom Condo for Sale in Canyons Village 3720 N Sundial Ct Unit#C-415 A/B

By Joel Fine
Jan 22, 2019

Location, Location in the heart of Canyons Village.  List price $715,000

See the link for a virtual tour and pictures  http://www.spotlighthometours.com/tours/tour.php?mls=11808293&state=UT&contact

Some pictures below

Beautiful views towards Iron Mountain. 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms; FULLY REMODELED IN 2011; Granite countertops throughout - slate entryway, kitchen, and bathrooms - stainless steel appliances - new paint this summer - all new furniture. Walk to 3 lifts close to Canyons forum with retail shops and eateries. Prime ski access located in the center of the Canyons Resort Village. "Ski Gondola", "Umbrella Bar", "The Farm Restaurant", "Red Tail Grill". Family fun and great adventures await you at North Americas largest ski resort

Contact Joel Fine Realtor Berkshire Hathaway 435-901-2171 joel@FineProperty.com

Silverado Condo For Sale-2653 Canyons Resort Dr Unit 421/423

By Joel Fine
Jan 22, 2019

This Silverado Lodge residence is one of the most unique in the building. This a 2 bedroom 3 Bath with a studio attached. A total of 4 doors to the hallway for maximum rental flexibility. Beautiful mountain construction in the core of the Canyons Village. Residences are a great value with alder cabinets, granite counter tops, stainless appliances, flat panel TVs. Fully furnished - ready to enjoy and rent. The unit has south facing mountain and ski area views. Silverado amenities include front desk, fitness room, pool, and hot tub. Silverado Lodge is located at Canyons Village at Park City Mountain Resort.

List price:  $639.000.

Contact Joel Fine Realtor Berkshire Hathaway 435-901-2171 joel@FineProperty.com

See the virtual tour and pictures via the link below

http://www.spotlighthometours.com/tours/tour.php?mls=11808144&state=UT&contact

 

New Construction: Pendry Residences Park City, Utah Ski In Out

By Joel Fine
Dec 15, 2018

Welcome to Pendry Residences | Park City Pendry Park City will be conveniently located in the heart of Canyons Village at the entrance to Park City Mountain. Construction is set to begin early summer 2019 and be completed for winter 2021.

A spectacular luxury ski-in, lift-out resort will be developed at Park City, one of the largest ski areas in the United States. Pendry Park City will be conveniently located in the heart of Canyons Village at the entrance to Park City Mountain. Construction is set to begin early summer 2019 and be completed for winter 2021.

Pendry Park City is the beginning of a new era of hospitality in Park City. It will be at the heart of Canyons Village as it is part of a larger upper village master plan. The resort is bound to become the social hub of Canyons Village. It will be conveniently located only 35 minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport.

The resort is being developed by Pendry Hotels and Columbus Pacific Development. “We spent a lot of time thinking about the caliber and quality we wanted for this development and ultimately, Pendry represents the service, architecture and experience that will bring a distinctive offering to both guests and residents,” says Brian Shirken, president, Columbus Pacific.

Pendry Park City will offer 150 guest rooms and suites as well as luxury residences. It will offer a contemporary design with a palette of warm woods, stone and metals, designed by SB Architects and IBI Group architects.

“This location in Canyons Village will provide guests a contemporary retreat created with respect for alpine warmth and tradition—a place that we hope will redefine the future of mountain living and hospitality,” says Michael Fuerstman, co-founder and creative director of Orange County, Ca.-based Pendry Hotels.

Pendry Park City will offer a wide array of amenities to its guests that will be beyond compare. Pendry will have the only rooftop pool and bar in the area, in addition to four unique lounge, restaurant and bar experiences with a vibrant après-ski venue. A Japanese-American restaurant will offer mountain fare, steaks and chops along with Japanese standards of sushi and ramen. Casual American fare will be offered in the resort’s recreation facility.

The resort’s Spa Pendry will feature eight treatment rooms and a full menu of treatments. The property will also have a state-of-the-art fitness center, arcade games in the recreation facility and Pinwheel Kids Club. There will also be more than 7,000 square feet of indoor meeting space, including a 4,000-square-foot ballroom.

A Year-Round Mountain Resort Park City is a year-round mountain resort that has more than 7,300 acres of ski able terrain. Owned and operated by Vail Resorts since 2014, Park City Mountain Resort is connected to nearby Canyons Resort via a gondola, and is one of the largest ski areas in the country with 348 trails, four terrain parks and eight mountain peaks. The area has an average annual snowfall of 356 inches. Park City Mountain Resort is a member of Vail Resorts’ EPIC season pass program.

The slalom and giant slalom U.S. Olympic Teams train at Park City and during the 2002 Olympics, Park City hosted the snowboarding events as well as the alpine giant slalom events for both the men and women.

Park City is also the home of the renowned Sundance Film Festival and is a vibrant summer destination. During the summer months, the resort offers lift service access to hiking and mountain biking trails as well as to an alpine slide and an alpine coaster.

Incorporated as a city in 1884, Park City is a charming blend of old and new as 64 of its buildings, many of which are located along the town’s Main Street, are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Pendry Hotels Is A Luxury Hospitality Brand A fast growing division of Montage InternationalPendry Hotels is a luxury hospitality brand that operates boutique hotels and residences in such locations as San Diego and Baltimore with other properties currently under development in La Quinta, Ca. (opening 2021), Natirar in New Jersey (opening 2020) and Manhattan (opening in 2021).

Each property offers a unique contemporary style with an emphasis on the arts and local community in the city in which it is located. (See Forbes recent article about Pendry's Natirar property at "Former Home Of King To Become Luxury Hotel and Residences In New Jersey".)

Pendry Hotels is a member of Preferred Hotels & Resorts program. For more information about Pendry Residences Park City, go to www.pendryresidencesparkcity.com.

Contact me for details.  Joel Fine, Realtor, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Utah Properties. 435-901-2171 www.joelfine.com

The History of Park City

By Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Utah Properties
Jul 28, 2016

 

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Park City, a now vibrant community, was once a hard-hat wearing, saloon visiting mining town. Although the town was not incorporated until 1884, Park City’s history began in the winter of 1868 when soldiers climbed over the mountains from Big Cottonwood Canyon and discovered silver. Mining began with the Flagstaff Mine, later renamed Ontario Mine.

The Ontario Mine was one of highest volume producing silver mines in the world, and the success of Ontario helped create a boom-town atmosphere in Park City. To this day, the remnants of the Ontario and Silver King mines, can be seen on the slopes of present day ski resorts.

Until 1898, the town was booming with no end in sight, but a fire that burned down 200 out of 350 structures would put the townspeople, now numbering 7,000, to the test. Miraculously, the town rallied, and the whole town was rebuilt in just a year and a half.

Six years later, in 1904, local businessmen established the Miners Hospital, initially located at the base of what is now Park City Mountain. The hospital was built and furnished entirely through community donations, and it allowed miners to stop traveling thirty miles to a Salt Lake City hospital. For the next decade, the town experienced hard times including landslides, cave-ins, and flooded tunnels. One of the town’s greatest tragedies was the destruction of Main Street’s Egyptian Theatre in 1916.

Mining Fast Facts

From 1875-1982 Park City produced:

  • 1.45 million ounces of gold
  • 253 million ounces of silver
  • 2.7 billion pounds of lead
  • 1.5 billion pounds of zinc
  • 129 million pounds of copper
In 1917, the state of Utah decided to start prohibition two years before the rest of the country; however, in 1921 twenty-six out of twenty-seven local bars were still serving alcohol. Then in 1929, the stock market crashed and local mines lost value; but shortly after the crash in 1931, Alf Engen set a world record on Ecker hill with a 247-foot ski jump. Skiing began to infiltrate the town with the first successful winter carnival in 1936 at what is now Deer Valley, and in 1947, as mining prices dropped even lower, Snow Park installed its first chairlift.

In 1949, all of the mines were shut down until 1952 when some reopened, but Park City became a ‘ghost town’ of only about 1,150 people. The town did not begin to rise again until 1963 when they qualified for a federal loan exceeding one million dollars to develop a ski area. The ski area Treasure Mountain Resort, now Park City Mountain, was established with a gondola, chairlift, and two J-bars.

Skiing began to take off, and in 1968 and 1981 respectively Park West, now Park City Mountain, and Deer Valley were established. Following the growing success of mountain sports, in 1982, mining operations were discontinued, and Park City became a resort community.

With the Kimball Arts Center, operating since 1976, playing an increasingly large role in the community, the town embraced the arts, and Robert Redford established a film festival in 1981, which would become the annual Sundance Film Festival. With a permanent residence of around 7,800, Park City is a small community that was voted “Best Town in America” by Outside Magazine in 2013.

 

Approximate Skier Days per Year Total skier days 1987-1988 to 2012-2013
Park City 1,700,000 31,086,233
Utah 4,000,000 85,832,877
 

 

Park City May Events

By Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Utah Properties
Apr 28, 2016

FOR TRAVEL -- Summer Winter Mountains -- Park City, UT -- Homestead Crater CREDIT: Re Wikstrom with Park City Yoga Adventures FOR TRAVEL -- Summer Winter Mountains -- Park City, UT -- Homestead Crater CREDIT: Re Wikstrom with Park City Yoga Adventures

All Month Ritual Chocolate Factory Tours

All Month Geothermal Standup Paddleboard Yoga in the Homestead Crater

All Month Park City Film Series

5/1 Egyptian Theatre Park City Follies

5/5 Peace House Annual Spring Luncheon

5/11 Summit Land Conservancy 2016 Breakfast

5/13-5/14 Egyptian YouTheatre presents Junie B. Jones

5/20-5/22 Egyptian Theatre presents Peter Yarrow

5/20-5/21 Heber Valley Horse Sale, Rodeo, and Tack Auction

5/26 Latino Art Festival

5/27 Park City Gallery Stroll

5/28 Wasatch 360 MTB race

Local Business Love: Exchange Etc...

By Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Utah Properties
Apr 21, 2016

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Exchange Etc...

1755 Bonanza Drive

435-649-3726

We're big fans of bobbles, belts, and boots. Exchange Etc...is an adorably curated consignment shop that ranges from sparkly flapper dresses to authentic cowgirl boots. Even the space is right out of dreams of LouLou de la Failaise's boudoir. Lounge about on velvet Roman couches whilst dangling some pearls on under a fabulous floppy hat.

Part vintage treasure chest, part hippy clothing swap, part costume closet...it's just pretty fun with a romantic flair. So, stop in, change up your personality, get inspired for a theme party, and find that dream pair of Chanel block heels you never thought you could afford.

We love the businesses that keep Park City colorful. Thanks, Exchange!

 

 

US Resorts by the Numbers

By Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Utah Properties
Mar 25, 2016

 

In which we provide, for your own edification and enjoyment, the latest data related to select U.S. resort markets ...

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Palm Desert, CA

  • Average Sales Price: $458,774
  • Median Sales Price: $357,042
  • % Change Median Sales Price from 2014 to 2015: -2.3%
Palm Springs, CA
  • Average Sales Price: $611,209
  • Median Sales Price: $523,291
  • % Change Median Sales Price from 2014 to 2015: 4.0%
Big Sky, MT
  • Average Sales Price: $1,067,952
  • Median Sales Price: $622,000
  • % Change Median Sales Price from 2014 to 2015: -4.4%
Bozeman, MT
  • Average Sales Price: $454,433
  • Median Sales Price: $362,000
  • % Change Median Sales Price from 2014 to 2015: 11.4%
Aspen, CO
  • Average Sales Price: $3,313,930
  • Median Sales Price: $1,500,000
  • % Change Median Sales Price from 2014 to 2015: 1%
Vail, CO
  • Average Sales Price: $1,083,724
  • Media Sales Price: $585,000
  • % Change Median Sales Price from 2014 to 2015: 4.5%
Park City, UT
  • Average Sales Price: $2,200.000
  • Median Sales Price: $1,500,000
  • % Change Median Sales Price from 2014 to 2015: 17%
*All information pertains to 2015 single family attached and detached properties and was provided by the California Desert Association of REALTORS® and Desert Area MLS, Gallatin Association of REALTORS/Southwest Montana MLS, Aspen Board of REALTORS® MLS, Park City Board of REALTORS® MLS and Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Colorado Properties 2015 Vail Valley Market Trend Report.

 
 
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