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Found 6 blog entries for November 2020.

White Pine Canyon Village is the newest luxury home development located in the heart of Park City Resort, just minutes from Historic Main Street. The village will ultimately consist of six townhomes, two triplexes, and three four-plexes with penthouses. Each penthouse that spans the entire top floor and has its own private elevator. Reservations are currently being accepted for buildings 1, 2, and 3.

Perfectly situated on 4.2 forested acres on a private cul-de-sac at Canyons Resort, the townhomes are situated between Hole #13 and #14 of the Canyons Golf Course and take in expansive views of Iron Mountain, Quarry Mountain, and the Canyons Resort Mountains. The townhomes are within walking distance to the Canyons Cabriolet and mere minutes from…

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Going to see live music has never sounded like such a GOOD TIME. While some of our favorite summer staples like going to Deer Valley concerts have been postponed this year, many favorite spots for great food, libations, and music will still be singing the sweet sounds of summer. Check out some places that are open and offering live music all summer long!

Hearth + Hill

Hearth and Hill is continuing their commitment to being “a gathering spot” that enriches our community. They are excited to partner with musicians to not only support them but also enhance their guests experience. Gather at this neighborhood favorite and enjoy live music Friday & Saturday 6-9PM.

 

Silver Star Cafe

The four legs of Silver Star Café ‘s table are great…

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Here are some great fall hikes courtesy of All Seasons Adventures!

ARMSTRONG TO DAWN’S

Starting from Silver Star Cafe or the Park City Mountain parking lot, follow the signs for Armstrong trail. This is an uphill-only biking trail and typically has plenty of foot traffic. Depending on where you start, this trail is 3.3 to 3.6 miles and is rated as moderate.

IRON MOUNTAIN

If you’re up for some steeps, check this one out. The trailhead is a bit tough to find, but you can follow Thaynes Canyon up to the end of Iron Canyon Court. Please be respectful of homeowners and park in designated areas only. The official trail is a 5.5 mile out and back, but there’s a great vista just about a mile and a half up.

SILVER LAKE TRAIL

This 2 mile trail…

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What to do in Park City This Fall

from VisitParkCity.com 

Fall is a beautiful time to visit Park City, Utah. As our lush Summer greens transform into a kaleidoscope of Fall colors, the town lights up with excitement for outdoor recreation with a stunning natural backdrop. The crisp weather is perfect for exploring the mountains and strolling Historic Main Street. Here is a list of our favorite things to do in Park City in the fall.

 

TAKE A MOUNTAIN BIKE TOUR

Experience Park City’s 450 miles of mountain biking trails with a guide from White Pine Touring who will show you the perfect trail for your skill and ability level. A tour is a great option for visitors and locals alike. Your guide will have plenty of trail suggestions that match your…

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Why the Housing Boom is Nowhere Close To Being Over 

by James Miller, MBA

The housing market is totally out of balance… but not in the way you might expect. Considering that we’re in the middle of a global pandemic and an economic recession, you’d think any market imbalance would be a bad thing. But that’s not the case in housing.  We’ve seen the U.S. housing market boom for the last decade. And what’s happening today tells me the boom can continue from here.

You see, the market can only fix this problem one way… supply and demand must tip back into balance. When supply is thin and there aren’t enough homes for buyers on the market, prices rise. When supply floods the market, prices will fall as buyers have more options.

Today, existing home…

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The COVID-19 Impacted Businesses Grant Program, known as Shop In Utah, is a grant program to help support businesses and provide discounts to consumers. To participate, companies must give a discount or other offer to customers of at least 50% of the grant amount.

The initiative is funded with $55 million in federal CARES Act monies. In the Utah Legislature’s August special session, the Legislature increased its initial $25 million for Shop In Utah funding to $55 million.

Applications for this program are closed to modify the application process to accommodate the Legislature’s recently requested changes. Applications will re-open on Sept. 14, 2020, at 9 a.m. (MDT).

To learn more about the program, visit the COVID-19 Impacted…

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