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149 White Pine Canyon Rd in the Colony at White Pine

By Joel Fine
Apr 10, 2019

Ski In Ski Out--Panorama and Winterway Runs at Park City Mountain--Canyons Side

7 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, 6 fireplaces, 11,998 square feet, situated on 6.95 acres with great down valley views!

List Price $7,500,000

Imagine being able to start your day on the longest ski run that The Colony has to offer. Start before the public gets a chance to track up your private powder runs. Direct Ski-in/Ski-out off of Panorama. This beautifully designed contemporary home features an open and spacious floor plan with multiple and unique spaces. (7 Bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms. This beautifully designed contemporary and spacious home includes a large fitness room, an indoor Jacuzzi, steam room, and shower. Main floor master with a huge closet, ski room, chefs kitchen, large pantry, formal dining area, a living room for entertaining and two family rooms on the second level. Don’t forget the wet bar and wine room on the upper level. You have to see this home to appreciate all it has to offer!

Link to virtual tour, pictures and a 3D walk thru:

http://www.spotlighthometours.com/tours/tour.php?mls=11902000&state=UT&contact

Contact Listing Agent:  Joel Fine 435-901-2171, joel@fineproperty.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

 

 

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

How To Make The Move To Park City, Utah

By Joel Fine
Sep 17, 2018

How To Make The Move To Park City, Utah

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Deer Valley Resort (left) and Park City Mountain Resort (right)PARK CITY CHAMBER/BUREAU

It took me the better part of a decade to make it happen. But I had a vision. I had a goal: to leave the city and get my family to the mountains. After nine years of subtle suggestions and outright machinations, we did it. We moved from Los Angeles to Park City, Utah.

Of course, uprooting your family and moving from an urban center, where you probably have family roots and a career or business network built over many years, is no easy decision. If you value the mountain lifestyle, though, it's well worth the effort to explore the idea.

The Montage Deer Valley in the winterMONTAGE DEER VALLEY

The following is a three-step guide to making it happen.

1. Take Some Vacations

Before you even broach the topic with your family, plan a couple vacations to Park City. See what it's like to live there for a week or so, while you ski, bike, golf or just relax by the pool. My approach included both winter and summer trips. Leaving nothing to chance, we stayed at the superb Montage Deer Valley each time.

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Deer Valley overlooking the Jordanelle ReservoirDEER VALLEY RESORT

During the winter, the Montage is a premium ski-in/ski-out experience, where valets help with your boots in the morning and literally take them off your feet at the end of the day. From the hotel's Compass Sports ski shop, it's just a few steps to Deer Valley's Empire, Ruby, and Lady Morgan lifts with terrain for all abilities.

Like the setting of a grand European castleMONTAGE DEER VALLEY

It's quieter in the summer but every bit as beautiful. Kids five to 12 will enjoy the Paintbox "day camp" program (seriously, they will) while adults can golf, mountain bike or enjoy the spa. The downstairs Daly's Pub includes a bowling alley, and the burger at Burgers & Bourbon is perhaps the best I've ever had. And then there are fine dining options at the Apex steakhouse and Yama Sushi, both exceptional. If not for the free shuttle that will take you most anywhere in town and then pick you up, there'd be little motivation to leave.

These vacations are valuable in and of themselves. But they can also be a subtle message to your family: this is what it's like to live in Park City (even if the Montage is a slight exaggeration).

Fall in Utah's Wasatch MountainsPARK CITY CHAMBER/BUREAU

2. Live in Park City for One Year

After much negotiation, my wife and I agreed on a 12-month trial. As a Pacific Palisades native, she'd never experienced a proper winter. And neither of us knew for sure if the kids would like it — but, again, what's not to like? The plan was to rent a house for a year, starting and ending in the summer. If we didn't love it, we could move back to LA.

Ski slopes in the summerDEER VALLEY RESORT

We took advantage of our final ski vacation, which was during the kids' spring break, to visit the neighborhoods and elementary schools of Park City while the kids were in ski school. Once we identified the right combination of the two — Jeremy Ranch and Trailside were our top picks — we started to monitor for rental homes. Leases will typically run June to June due to seasonality and the school year. It's rare to find an unfurnished house for rent, which is convenient if you want to rent your house while exploring the Park City life for a year.

After a few months of the trial, my wife and kids were sold. We bought a house less than a year later. Now, after more than two years, it's impossible for us to imagine living anywhere else. Park City, Utah, is home.

3. Buy a Vacation Property

If you can't swing a full move, then a vacation property gets you part way there. As I've noticed, this starts with spending a few weeks and then a couple months each year in Park City. Eventually, the vacation home becomes permanent.

For golfers, there are three communities worth considering.

Golfing at 7,000 feetPARK MEADOWS

Park Meadows Country Club is the oldest among them and closest to downtown. The clubhouse recently underwent a complete renovation, and the course is a Jack Nicklaus design. A partnership with Chateau Deer Valleyprovides ski benefits including indoor parking, ski storage, and use of the spa facilities.

Glenwild is a mix of seasonal and full-time residentsGLENWILD

Glenwild is outside of town in a secluded valley on the other side of I-80. The course is a Tom Fazio design, recognized by Golf Digest as the best in Utah. Facilities include a restaurant, spa, gym and outdoor pool, which is open year-round. Among the three clubs, Glenwild has the best hiking and mountain biking trails within the actual property. And it's the only one that counts the Michael Jordan as a resident member.

A beach club in the mountainsPROMONTORY

Promontory is the biggest community with two golf courses designed by Jack Nicklaus and Pete Dye respectively. It also has a man-made beach and lake that supports swimming, paddleboarding, and kayaking. The Promontory Club at Deer Valley, adjacent to Silver Lake Lodge, provides a private ski lounge for members and a shuttle to and from the mountain.

Deer Valley is one of many summer music venuesDEER VALLEY RESORT

What Are the Downsides to Living in Park City? 

For those who like to recreate and enjoy the outdoors throughout all four seasons, Park City is nothing short of paradise. It has the conveniences of a big city without the pollution, traffic and crime. It has the luxuries of a mountain town without the isolation, limited services and having everyone in your business. Nevertheless, there are downsides.

First, be prepared for some athletic humility. If Los Angeles and New York City are known for beautiful people, Park City is known for fit people. You can't go to a summer BBQ without meeting an Olympian in this town. Seriously, the medal count rivals most countries. So you'll need to recalibrate your expectations...or significantly elevate your game.

Next, injury and recovery are a way of life. I made it all of 18 months before breaking my leg skiing. Another friend broke his collar bone mountain biking inside of 12 months. Both required surgery. Fortunately, the Olympian community means Park City has some of the best orthopedic surgeons and physical therapists in the world. The wall of fame at Rosenberg, Cooley, Metcalf is a who's who of winter sports athletes and their injuries.

Other than that, it's tough to think of any reason not to live in Park City, Utah.

For more Park City Utah information contact Joel Fine Realtor, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices 435-901-2171 www.joelfine.com    Joel@FineProperty.com

These are the best cities for a fresh start

By RealCove
Apr 30, 2018

If you’ve ever had to move to another city for a job, you’ll know just how difficult relocating your life can be.

But some parts of the country may be better suited for a fresh start — places like Buffalo, New York; Minneapolis; Salt Lake City; and Austin, Texas; are among some of the most receptive, a new study by online lending exchange LendingTree indicates.  Read more on inman.com >

Red Butte Concert Series

By RealCove
Apr 17, 2018

Concert season is upon us, here is Red Butte's Concert Series line up for 2018 > 

These are the states with the highest paid millennials

By RealCove
Apr 17, 2018

Are you a millennial? Looking for a new place to live? Well, you may want to consider the following cities.

Personal finance site WalletHub put together an analysis of the top cities for millennials (Pew Research Center defines millennials as being born from 1981 to 1996) based on rankings that didn’t include which cities have the best avocado toast or the most Instagrammable neon signs.

The study looked at job earnings, unemployment rates, voter-turnout rate and affordability (the cost of a Starbucks latte was factored in) as well as education and health. So which states got the best ratings?  Read more on theladders.com > 

Here is the best place to live in Utah

By RealCove
Apr 17, 2018

A new report from Niche, which ranks the best and worst places to live across the country, identified the Greater Avenues neighborhood as the No. 1 spot to live in the Beehive State.

Park City finished second on the list, followed by Yalecrest (located on the east bench of Salt Lake City), Kaysville and North Logan.  Read more at deseretnews.com >

A Quick Guide to Home Buying

By RealCove
Apr 17, 2018

A great article in Rismedia about Home Buying >

 
 
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