Category: SPR – What’s New

Summit County Secures Lower Silver Creek Drainage to Expand Recreational Open Space

Snyderville Basin Commercial Property in Short Supply Commercially zoned property in the Snyderville Basin is becoming more and more scarce as Summit County recently announced the purchase of 461 acres of land along North Highway 40 and across from The Home Depot. The number of available parcels suited for commercial development under current zoning has dwindled to less then a hand full. Most available commercial property that is currently available for sale represents remnant parcels… Summit County Secures Lower Silver Creek Drainage to Expand Recreational Open Space

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Park City 20 Years Forward

The Urbanization of Park City As a forty year resident of Park City I often wonder what this place is going to look like in 20 years. After all 20 years will bring 4 new General Plan amendments and revolve our city government 5 times. The Olympics could return and there will be the addition of significant new real estate projects. In my opinion the new face of Park City will add the following new real estate developments… Park City 20 Years Forward

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Summit Point Realty — How It All Started

A passion for skiing and the desire to live life on my terms, which meant skiing as a daily routine, led me to Park City in 1978. I purchased my first home in town for $ 18,000 dollars with the belief that Park City was a tremendous place with great un limited potential. I immediately became a realtor. In those days we worked from a Union Pacific rail car that was located at the site… Summit Point Realty — How It All Started

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