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Old Town Park City

Long before the 2002 Olympics and ski slopes, Park City was a mining destination. After the discovery of Silver in 1868, miners, and old-time entrepreneurs flocked to the area and set up shop. The town itself was incorporated in 1884 and grew to a population of 5,000 soon after. Over the next 50 years, mining diminished and the attention was turned to skiing. With the first resort opened in 1963, Park City began to take the shape of what it is today. In 1981, Deer Valley Resort was born along with the US Film Festival; today better known as the Sundance Film Festival. Soon Park City was hosting millions of skiers every season. In 1995 Salt Lake was awarded the Olympic Games. With nearly half of the events being held in Park City, popularity exploded. As a result, the town has grown to what it is today. During ski season, enjoy the option to ski the Home Run trail straight into Main Street for some apres ski or shopping at the many boutiques and art galleries. In the summer months, enjoy the many local pop-ups at Park Silly Sunday Market.   Central Old Town offers many options for single family and condominium living. Notable areas include:
Single Family
  • Empire Avenue
  • Norfolk Avenue
  • Lowell Avenue
  • Daly Avenue
  • The Aerie
  • Park Avenue
  • Sky Lodge
  • Park City Mountain Resort
  • King’s Crown
  • Parkite on Main
Right around the corner from Main Street is Prospector. A booming part of town, Prospector offers a lot of condominium options among restaurants and specialty shops. This, combined with a short walking distance to Main Street makes it a hotspot for nightly rentals. MOSTLY EVERYTHING IN OLD TOWN OFFERS NIGHTLY RENTALS

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