Faith, Roots and Cold Hard Cash

Photo Courtesy of the Sundance Institute The 27th edition of the Sundance Film Festival came to Park City from Jan 20 to 30 determined to get back to its storytelling roots. When the passion of independent film- making and the tug of Hollywood meet on Park City’s Main Street, it’s always worth watching, and this year didn’t disappoint – even as the festival veered away from what the New … [Read more...]

A New Peak at Empire Pass

That new glow you see at Empire Pass? It’s the lights of Montage Deer Valley, which opened just before Christmas to applause from Park City guests, art lovers, foodies and design aficionados. The hotel, with 154 guestrooms and 66 suites and private residences, is the third Montage destination, joining sister properties in Laguna Beach and Los Cabos, Mexico. Along with the St. Regis and Waldorf … [Read more...]

Salt Lake Housing Forecast Looks Good, 1/2011 SALT LAKE CITY - The Salt Lake Board of REALTORS released its 2011 Salt Lake Housing Forecast report Tuesday, which predicts stable housing prices and increasing home sales. The forecase, prepared by Jim Wood, director of the Universiry of Utah's Bureau of Economic and Business Research, said the wors of housing downturn is now behind us. "After three years, house … [Read more...]

Buyers Responding to Buyer’s Market

5th Consecutive Quarter of Increased Sales Park City, Utah – October 26, 2010 – From Park City Board of REALTORS® Real estate sales in the Park City area, as reported by the Park City Board of REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service, continue at a strong pace compared to 2009. Overall sales dollar volume for the first three quarters of 2010 was $790 million, up 37% from the $576 million … [Read more...]