Park City was originally established as a mining town from the 1930’s to the 1960’s, and the first ski resort began in 1946. In the early 1960’s, the ski resort now known as Park City Mountain, and owned by Vail Resorts, saved the original mine town from becoming a ghost town. Today, Historic Main Street is the heart of Park City and is renowned for its great restaurants, art galleries, shopping and a mixture of restored historic buildings complemented by new construction. The Historic District has a unique blend of restored historic homes and new homes of similar scale, made up of small lots (standard 25’ x 75’), many of which are located on steep hillsides, resulting in many different levels and stairs. Situated between the Park City Mountain Resort and Deer Valley, Old Town is the center of visitor activity with a vibrant and colorful personality.

The Old Town area of Park City is a popular location for buying a home or condo, whether it’s for a second home or a primary residence. Scarcity and location are major driving factors in the pricing of Old Town units. With the lack of remaining vacant lots available, building restrictions imposed on the area development, proximity to both Deer Valley Resort and Park City Mountain Resort, and a short walk to the Main Street shops and wonderful restaurants, values remain high and Old Town Park City remains a desirable luxury destination.

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