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I am truly excited about LIFT. In my humble opinion, it will arguably be the best après, ski-in ski-out location in the Canyons Village. With the new Quicksilver Gondola connecting the Park City and Canyons ski areas, Park City Mountain has become the largest ski resort in the US. At its base, Canyons Village is being transformed into a vibrant pedestrian neighborhood of new shops, restaurants and gathering places. And at the heart of this expanded village is LIFT, an intimate collection of 61 modern residences adjacent to the chairlift, steps from intriguing boutiques and sunny après patios, with a one-of-a-kind pool deck overlooking the Retreat ski-home trail.

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Our childhood image of a tree house is more often than not a dark and damp place that holds fond memories.  Enclave at Sun Canyon luxury Tree Residence 30 is nothing like our childhood tree house.  The last free-standing Tree Residence in Phase II of the Enclave development, this spectacular 5 bedroom, 8 bathroom, 6,025 square foot town home features floor to ceiling windows that break down the barriers between interior and exterior space.  

Located in upper Sun Peak, at the base of beautiful canyon, adjacent to Canyons Village, Enclave Tree Residence 30 is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts. Nestled in aspens and pines, this spectacular residence boasts organic materials such as stone, steel accents, wood siding and grass roof accents that allow for

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Tesla's big secret is out. Standing in front of a crowd on the old set of the Hollywood hit series "Desperate Housewives", Musk casually informed the crowd who was expecting to hear a speech on climate change that the houses all around them were actually solar powered houses.  To the amusement of the crowd the slate and Spanish clay roofs used not he set were solar powered. "This is the future of solar, you'll want to call your neighbors over and say check out the sweet roof," Musk proclaimed.  

Musk's roof tiles are made of textured glass and look just like ordinary shingles.  They however, allow light to pass through them onto a flat solar cell.  Rather than a solar panel, homeowners select from a range of four solar roofing materials that are

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Summit and Wasatch County property values continue to rise in Q3 of 2016

Statistics reported by the cat the close of the third quarter show the median sales price for single-family homes, condominiums, and vacant lots in the Greater Park City area have increased at a rate of 7.5% annually since 2012 and are up 14% over the previous 12 months as buyers are becoming more attracted to resort real estate.

Single Family Home Sales

Demand remained high for single family homes in the Greater Park City area, with some neighborhoods increasing in price at a faster rate than others as growth outside the City Limits continued. Within the Park City Limits (84060), the median sold price of a single family home was up 18% reaching 1.63 M, while the

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Enclave at Sun Canyon Park City Utah

Who says that flat rooftops have to be unpleasant to look at? Enclave at Sun Canyon a community of 33  contemporary town homes and 5 single family homesites in Park City, Utah the developer Steve Urry of Synergy Development, takes pride in creating residences that blend seamlessly with their natural surroundings. The environmentally forward thinking grass roof tops at Enclave at Sun Canyon are one of many unique features of a forward thinking development that has been at the forefront of defining architectural standards in Park City.

Green roofs, often referred to as living roofs, are the roofs that are either partially or completely covered with vegetation planted over a waterproofing membrane. There are several advantages both of environmental

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SOLD 5864 Mountain Ranch Drive, Park City Utah

Congratulations to our wonderful buyers from San Francisco who just became the happy home owners of this fabulous Mountain Ranch Estates home.  Located in the popular Trailside neighborhood in Park City Utah, this highly popular neighborhood is centered on its namesake park and elementary school, which give the area its own personality. Local youth sports teams practice on the neighborhood fields next to the trail system, which have gently paved paths great for family bike rides. Residents tend to be full-time and are emotionally invested in their community. Trailside is one of Park City’s newer residential neighborhoods and continues to grow. Homes are modern and functional to fit the needs of its residents.

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Park City Mountain Resort

Many of you have been curious about all the changes coming to the Canyons Village, so I wanted to give you an update on the new plans that are being made to grow our lively base into an even more vibrant, four seasons center for recreation.

TCFC (the primary property owner at Canyons Village with more than four million square feet of new development in and around the area, and the sponsor of the long term Master Plan), Replay Resorts (the team that envisioned the mountain villages at Whistler Backcomb, Mont Trembla and Mammoth, to name a few) and Vail Resort are working together to enhance the Canyons Village, making it the true gateway to the Park City experience. Between them, these three entities have experience in creating some of the world's

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Enclave at Sun Canyon

Quarter One Sales on the Rise

The first quarter of 2016, indicated a steady annual increase of 6% in the median sales price for single family homes, condominiums, and vacant lots in Summit and Wasatch Counties. Single Family Home prices are on par with those in 2007 without equalizing with the price highs seen in 2008.

 Break Down of Q1 Sales

Though the number of Single Family Home sales was down 12% within the Park City Limits (84060) and 4% in the Snyderville Basin (84098), the median price, in both locations, was up 13%. Within Park City Limits, the number of condominium sales was down 19% compared to last year’s number but up 7% in median sales price. The lack of active listings for homes under the median price point has been a

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