A 2021 first quarter report of the Summit County real estate market released by the Park City Board of Realtors reveals alarming statistics that further demonstrate the ever-rising housing scarcity and costs.
The detailed demographic study’s findings indicate that if current trends continue, it’s anticipated that school enrollment will decline district-wide over the next ten years. This takes into account residential developments that are currently under construction or proposed within PCSD boundaries, including the 410 Highland Flats units.
HIGHLAND FLATS DEVELOPERS RESPOND TO SUMMIT COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION NEGATIVE RECOMMENDATION AND PUBLIC COMMENT The developers prepare to present to Summit County Council The February 23rd Summit County Planning Commission’s public hearing for the Highland [...]
Dr. Andrew Mendonsa, a nationally recognized clinical and forensic psychologist, has been accepted into Forbes Business Development Council, an invitation-only community for senior-level sales and business development executives.
Utah-Based Kiln to Launch a Lifestyle-Oriented Flex-Office and Coworking Community in Park City, Utah
Kiln, one of the most beautiful and thoughtfully designed flex-office brands in the country, is opening its fifth location in Park City, UT on April 1, 2021 located at 1090 Center Drive in the Newpark [...]
THE GATEWAY, DOWNTOWN ALLIANCE AND THE BLOCKS’ ANNUAL LAST HURRAH! NEW YEAR’S EVE CELEBRATION TAKES ON A NEW, COVID-FRIENDLY FORMAT WITH VIRTUAL STREAMING & LIMITED IN-PERSON VIEWING.The 4th annual Last Hurrah! New Year’s Eve celebration [...]