This BLOG is focused on updating you on the most significant new sales and listings in the Park City area market on a weekly basis. All content is original. By finding and discussing what makes some properties standout in terms of location, design, and price, I can help buyers spot locations and property types that may meet their needs. I select properties from all members of the Park City Multiple Listing Service that have quality video presentations. These videos are the next best thing to an actual property tour. When you are sure that an actual visit to one or several properties is worth your time, we can make that an enjoyable experience. If you are considering the sale of a property you own, it can pay big dividends to see what comparable properties are selling for vs. what properties you may be competing with are listed for.

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James Lewis

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2200 Park Ave., Suite A200
Park City, UT 84060
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By Jim Lewis
Jan 27, 2018

Park City Treasure deal announced.

In a front page story in the January 27-30 edition of the Park Record entitled "Deal reached for all of the Treasure land" reporter Jay Hamburger wrote that City Hall and the Treasure partnership said that a 1/24/18 deal had been reached calling for the city to acquire a long disputed hillside property in Old Town for $64 million. This acquisition would require voter approval of Park City's biggest-ever bond next November. http://www.parkrecord.com/news/park-city-says-late-hour-talks-underway-to-acquire-all-of-treasure/ . That article was followed by two additional articles adding details and clarifying what had happened and what would happen next. https://www.parkrecord.com/news/park-city-treasure-deal-holy-smokes-that-was-fast/ , talked about events the day the deal was agreed to, and an article entitled "Treasure price falls sharply" tried to summarize the last seven years of the 30+ years of negotiations leading to last Wednesday. https://www.parkrecord.com/news/park-city-treasure-deal-fell-by-millions-of-dollars-since-2011/ . A final article entitled "Treasure deal is a "dream" outlined the importance of this deal and the benefits the citizens of Park City would receive. http://www.parkrecord.com/news/park-city-treasure-opposition-sees-deal-as-our-dream/ . Although this article was largely written from the viewpoint of the Treasure Hill Impact Neighborhood Coalition who have long argued for this outcome, it only goes a little way in communicating how important this step is in the history of Park City. Failure to reach this agreement and finalize it with a yes vote in November 2018 would be a devastating blow to what Park City has become and has the potential to achieve going forward. Everyone involved should be proud.

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