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New Luxury Ski Developments in Park City

There is no greater luxury in any ski town than the convenience of being able to ski to-and-from your own back door. And the opportunity to do so continues to grow with the inventory of ski-in/ski-out properties increasing within the Park City real estate market, providing new and exciting options to own a little bit… Read more »

How to Sundance in Park City Virtually for the 2021 Fest

Among the many challenges and disappointments 2020 brought to our ski town, the adjustments to the much-anticipated Sundance Film Festival were, perhaps, among the most impactful to both local and visiting movie-goers, as well as to local businesses counting on the bump in revenue the Festival brings. This year’s abbreviated Festival will be held Jan…. Read more »

How Our Community is Adjusting to Business Indoors

When life as we know it ground to a screeching halt in March, few of us imagined it would extend well into fall. But with cases of coronavirus at all-time highs, the restrictions that have pushed many businesses to reconfigure their day-to-day operations do not appear to be lessening any time soon. Though each state… Read more »

New to Town? Here are the Top Things to Know About PC

Each passing year brings new residents to Park City, whether for a few weeks, months or as permanent residents. In the wake of COVID-19, the influx of visitors and new residents seems to be greater than normal, so I’ve decided to put together the following tips for those new to town from residents who’ve been… Read more »

Winter Staycation Tips in the (Continued) Time of COVID

As we move toward the upcoming ski season and holiday breaks, the extent of winter travel is still uncertain, with airline passenger travel in the U.S. still at 68% below what it was a year ago. Folks who are particularly COVID-conscious might avoid air travel, which means annual trips to places too far to drive… Read more »

Live PC Give PC: Celebrating 10 Years of Focused Local Philanthropy

Without question, this year has been a rough one for nonprofits throughout Summit County, with COVID-19 significantly affecting fundraising and event revenues – even impacting the ability to maintain day-to-day operations for some. That’s why this success of this year’s Live PC Give PC on November 6th is even more critical than in years past. Live PC Give… Read more »

What Will the Ski Season Look Like in a COVID-19 World?

As we transition from our Lost Summer into Fall, the continued uncertainly around COVID-19 and the impacts it has on our day-to-day continues more than six months after the pandemic made landfall in the United States. What remains the same is the optimism all of my fellow powder hounds have in their absolute faith that… Read more »

Shop In Utah to Support Local Businesses

Depending on where you live or the industry in which you work, the pandemic has left its mark in widely varying ways across the globe. For Park City and all across the Wasatch Back, while real estate sales are booming, restaurants and independent retailers have felt the brunt of the crisis to the extent that… Read more »

Flying out of 2020 with The New SLC

With so much of our lives put on hold over the past six months, projects and events that stayed on track despite the pandemic are an even greater cause for celebration when they come to fruition! That was certainly the case with the Sept. 15 opening of the newly-constructed Salt Lake City International Airport terminal,… Read more »

The Taxman Cometh

All along the Wasatch Back, residents and visitors enjoy many public amenities, from top-notch schools, to state-of-the-art recreation facilities and well-maintained roads. But those amenities come at a cost, and for property owners in Summit and Wasatch counties, a preview of that bill arrives at the end of every summer in the form of their… Read more »