- Remarkably, the Park City market has been basically post-crash stable for 5 years.
- There has been an increase in the premium paid for new homes. They now sell for about 35% more per sf than existing inventory.
- Inventory is up a bit. Prices continue at a steady rise, although not huge. The number of sales has fallen a bit.
- As ever, the Park City market is complex and fragmented. Careful analysis is required to evaluate opportunities in discrete niches.
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|Red Ledges - Golf, Huge Views2172 Signal Peak|
MLS 11804086 More Info
|Canyons Luxury Home98 White Pine Canyon Road|
MLS 11800250 More Info
|Extraordinary Glenwild Residence575 Mountain Holly Rd|
MLS 11804459 More Info
|Super Hillside Home - Close but Private Setting4700 Nelson Court / Cedar Draw|
MLS 11805843 More Info
|Upper Deer Valley Family Ski Lodge7979 Roamer Court|
MLS 11808419 More Info
|Park City Old Town - Ski Access156 Norfolk Ave|
Price: UNDER CONTRACT
MLS 11900131 More Info
First and foremost: This is not a complete list of favorites, and itís almost unfair to attempt this section. Park City has an abundance of excellent restaurants in all categories, and fear of omissions is intense. But, here is a list of the restaurants we seem to have visited the most frequently in the past year:
High West Distillery is not just a distillery and bar. Delightfully crafted from an historic garage and an Old Town house next door, High West has number of cool rooms (upstairs and down) and a relaxed casual vibe that makes you feel like you are a guest in an old friendís home. In addition to tours of the distillery, they serve a full menu of great food. From the atmosphere to the drinks to the dining, this is a really good restaurant.
Riverhorse has excellent cuisine, and itís also known for the piano players that accompany dinner. Because of the acoustics, it can be a bit noisy on busy nights, but itís always reliable, and known for top-notch service.
350 Main has a very appealing menu and food preparation to match. Routinely named by Salt Lake Magazine as one of the best in the State, 350 Main never disappoints. We like the variety of offerings, and the ambience is quiet and inviting.