Park City History Category

At Home in Park City with $15 Million in Improvements to Main Street

by Joel Carson President/Principal Broker Utah Real Estate As if we could improve on perfection, the Park City Council recently reviewed Phase 1 of the Historic Park City Improvement Plan! I’m thrilled to see this proactive approach and hope it will only make a really great place even better for those who call Park City home and […]

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Park City Home to Humble History

by Joel Carson President & Principal Broker Utah Real Estate P.C. You don’t have to be a skier or snowboarder to love Park City, Utah. In fact, if you’re looking for a great vacation home, condo or luxury cabin, there are many reasons to buy real estate on Utah’s glorious Wasatch Back. Long before fancy […]

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Park City More Than Just a Pretty Place

Park City’s home to some pretty smart students by Joel Carson Utah Real Estate School is not usually the first word associated with Park City, Utah; but if you’re looking for a Park City home for sale consider the great education your child will get in this internationally-known recreation mecca. Park City High School was recognized by Gov. […]

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Hey Park City, Play Me Some Mountain Music

There’s nothing like it. There is nothing like listening to soul music in the pristine mountain setting of a Park City summer. Crisp high-country air, awe-inspiring scenery, and an ambiance of celebration prevail on Utah’s Wasatch Back any time of year. Buy a Park City vacation home and you just might have to retire to enjoy the […]

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Artists at Home in Park City

3rd Annual Redstone Art Fair, July 21 & 22 by Joel Carson There is no better place in the world to take in the arts than Park City, Utah. If you have a Park City home, you understand the magic inspired by rare natural surroundings. If you don’t own a Park City home, you just might want to think […]

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History at Home, Park City Museum Tells the Story

I was perusing the Salt Lake Tribune on Tuesday (May 29) when I came across an interesting piece by veteran journalist Tom Wharton. Wharton detailed the delights of the Park City Museum and I had to smile. It must have been very hard for residents there in the 1960s and 1970s to imagine that funky little mining town […]

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