Luxury Real Estate Headlines: Fourth Week in June 2017

Highlights from this week’s top news stories on luxury and global real estate, art, collectibles and home.

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$3,500,000 | Park City, Utah | Summit Sotheby’s International Realty

Perfect integration of indoor/outdoor living, spacious rooms, plus the ultimate amenities for entertaining in luxury and style. Located in Park City School District’s premier gated community, this home sits on a double, fully landscaped lot, providing visually stunning gardens & privacy. Flat, heated driveway leads to two 2-car garages with custom storage. Open main level floor plan with floor to ceiling walls of glass overlooking the natural surroundings. Disappearing glass doors encompass the oversized deck ensuring year round enjoyment.  This home promises luxury and good times.

A Sprawling —1,750-Acre—Farm and Estate in Rugged Patagonia, Chile – Mansion Global

Sotheby’s International Realty Brand Expands Presence in Upstate New York – Sotheby’s International Realty®

Where the World’s Wealthiest Spend Their Weekends – Bloomberg

For sale: 6 charming cottages – The Week

Five homes with unusual subterranean spaces – Financial Times

Buying A Home Sight Unseen Is Easier Than Ever—and More Common – The Wall Street Journal

10 Homes That Are Modern-Living Goals—Inside And Out – Elle Decor

As Miami Developments Take a Breather, New Projects Are Rising in Nearby Cities – Mansion Global

UPDATE: Restored seaside house sells for more than $36 million in Palm Beach – Palm Beach Daily News

Vancouver Estate Shoots for a Record $47 Million – The Wall Street Journal

Southampton estate on Ox Pasture goes on the market for $13.5M – Curbed

Waterfront Architectural Masterpiece – NBC New York

Edwardian Craftsman in Jordan Park exudes period charm – SFGATE

Bronson Canyon living with a side of heavy metal – The Los Angeles Times

Sotheby’s Pulls in $161.3 M. at Impressionist and Modern Sale in London – ARTNews

The Art of VR opens at Sotheby’s in New York – GearBrain

Agent Spotlight – Getting to Know Brad Jensen Of Park City, Utah

Brad Jensen - Park City Real Estate Agent - Small Brad Jensen began working in the real estate industry in 1988 with the intention of helping people make their real estate dreams come true and easing the stress of sales for his clients. Since becoming a licensed broker in 1992, he has continued to deliver excellent results. Brad Jensen has been working in Park City, Utah as one of the premier listing real estate professionals in the area for nearly 28 years. Brad Jensen’s hard work and golden reputation have resulted in many career building opportunities including acting as a the President and Director of the Park City Board of Realtors in the past.

Brad Jensen Understands His Client’s Needs And Delivers Them

Brad has spent plenty of time learning to understand the specific needs of area residents. He knows that an in-depth knowledge of this market is essential to his success, so he continues to devote the time necessary to learn all about life in Park City. His broad knowledge of the area has allowed him to serve his clients effectively with the experience that only a seasoned professional brings. Brad can easily sell homes for his Park City clients because of the due diligence he puts into his business each day. Constantly studying the market, current listings, market trends, and more helps Brad to price homes and sell them at a great value for his client.

As an award-winning real estate professional, Brad has even been named Realtor of the Year for the Park City region. However, his approach as a ‘personal assistant’ to his clients does not give him much time to focus on his accomplishments. He is too busy working hard with prospective buyers and sellers to determine how to best meet their needs. Brad also invests a great deal of time understanding client preferences in housing, location, price points and other relevant factors, giving him a well-rounded ability to meet individual needs.

Whenever a client looks to Brad for help with real estate needs, he utilizes all of the latest tools and resources available to find the best results. Brad is consistently previewing the newest inventory in the area to remain abreast with the local market. His goal with every individual is the highest possible level of customer service and final results that guarantee a happy client. His business grows primarily through referrals as satisfied customers spread the word to their friends about their experience.

Brad and his team take advantage of all of current marketing resources like social media and other online marketing to find new properties for clients as well as to sell current properties. His team embraces change within the real estate marketing world and are excited to see the industry evolve. Whether someone is looking to buy or sell property in the Park City area or they are moving to Park City from out of town, they can depend on Brad as a competent yet caring real estate professional to assist them.

Involvement in the Community

Along with his active membership in the Park City Chamber of Commerce, Brad also belongs to the Rotary Club. As a visible and personally invested member of the community, he enjoys taking any opportunity to serve in his environment. He has also established residency in the surrounding area, participating in hiking and mountain biking and maintaining a healthy lifestyle, which is so easy to do in the scenic beauty of Park City, Utah. With a wide variety of arts offered locally, he regularly visits the many museums, galleries, and restaurants offered by Park City.

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If you are looking for Park City real estate, contact Brad Jensen, an experienced Park City real estate professional. Click to view Brad’s profile video.

Wolf Creek Ranch… Seclusion without Isolation!

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Located just 25 miles outside of Park City, Utah lies one of the most expansive, most sought after gated communities in all of Utah and beyond. The Ranch is situated between Bench Creek Road in Woodland and Lake Creek Road in Heber City. 

Seclusion without isolation defines the 13,000 acre Wolf Creek Ranch. Roughly the size of Manhattan, this extraordinary property has been subdivided into 80 parcels, each comprising 160 acres or more. Wolf Creek Ranch shares a seven-mile contiguous boundary on the east side of the Ranch with the Uinta National Forest, which consists of 2.2 million acres.

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From various vantage points throughout the Ranch one can see the peaks of the Uinta Mountain Range, which rise to 13,500 feet to the northeast and the Timpanogos Range, which is directly to the west. One can also view the apex of the Snowbird Resort as well as the Mayflower and Deer Crest ski runs at Deer Valley Resort. There are numerous ponds on the ranch that have been stocked with trout as well as one-mile of frontage on the Upper Provo River.

There are many amenities available to Wolf Creek Ranch owners including multiple ponds stocked with trout, fly fishing, an equestrian center, a community center complete with meeting rooms, a full concierge service and multiple trails which can be used for hiking, biking and walking. ATV and horseback riding is available in the warmer months and skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling are available all winter long. Wolf Creek Ranch is fully staffed with onsite security, a Ranch Manager and maintenance personnel to keep residents safe and the area beautiful while attending to the needs and concerns of those who live within the Wolf Creek community. Though the Ranch itself offers everything residents may need to enjoy a life of outdoor beauty and privacy, it also happens to be conveniently located along a shared border with the Uinta National Forest and mere miles from Park City’s best ski resorts, restaurants, and festivals.

A Conservation Easement has been created to protect and enhance the conservation values of the ranch.  The easement is managed by Utah Open Lands Trust, a statewide program dedicated to stewardship of large ranches that feature conservation easements.  The Conservation Easement covers 100% of the land, excluding building envelopes, roads and driveways, and common area amenities.  The intent of the Conservation Easement is to protect the Conservation Values of the property such as the natural habitat for native wildlife as well as, ecological, scenic, agricultural, aesthetic and open space values.

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Classic Western Estate Spread Across 320 Acres
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Stylish Estate With Enchanting Views
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June 2017 Greater Park City Area Real Estate Market Video Update

June 2017 Greater Park City Area Real Estate Market Video Update

Summit Sotheby’s International Realty has released information about real estate markets in the Greater Park City area for May 2017. These market reports focus on units sold, median sales price, days on market and the inventory of homes for sale.

Greater Park City Area  – Single Family Homes: Active inventory was down 17% from 2016 with 677 units on the market and down 1% from the previous month. The median listing price was just over $1,420,000. The average days on market was down 36% from 118 days in 2016 to 76 days in 2017. The median sales price was just over $700,000. The averages for units sold in the month of May decreased 10% for units sold year over year and increased 15% month over month with a total of 1,224 units sold.

 

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June 2017 Salt Lake County Real Estate Market Video Update

June 2017 Salt Lake County Real Estate Market Video Update

Summit Sotheby’s International Realty has released information about real estate markets in Salt Lake County for May 2017. These market reports focus on units sold, median sales price, days on market and the inventory of homes for sale.

Salt Lake County – Single Family Homes: Active inventory was down 31% from 2016 with 1,798 units on the market and up 6% from the previous month. The median listing price was just under $440,000. The average days on market was down 4% from 26 days in 2016 to 25 days in 2017. The median sales price was just over $332,000. The averages for units sold in the month of May decreased 10% for units sold year over year and increased 15% month over month with a total of 1,224 units sold.

Salt Lake County – Condominiums: Active inventory was down 30% from 2017 with 516 units on the market and up 4% from the previous month. The median listing price was just under $270,000. The average days on market was down 34% from 35 days in 2016 to 23 days in 2017. The median sales price was just under $230,000. The averages for the month of May show a decrease of 16% for units sold year over year and decreased 1% over the previous month with a total of 364 units sold.

Introducing: The Summer Edition of Collections Magazine

The staff, sales associates, and management at Summit Sotheby’s International Realty are excited to announce the release of the Summer 2017 Edition of Collections Magazine! This release includes three unique covers: Salt Lake, Park City and Southern Utah, a collection of Utah’s most exclusive properties, hand painted floral accents, and a fairy tale fashion editorial shot at two majestic SSIR listings.

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Collections Magazine
epitomizes the passion, professionalism, and integrity of our sales associates, creative services team, and office staff. Each of the 132 pages have been painstakingly designed with innovation in mind, leading to our most beautiful edition yet. This summer, you’ll find 115,000 copies of Collections Magazine distributed to over 250 Utah locations and delivered to subscribers of Salt Lake Magazine, Utah Style and Design Magazine, Zion’s Bank Community Magazine, The St. George Spectrum and The Salt Lake Tribune. We take tremendous pride in offering our clients an unprecedented level of exposure. We’d love to share this edition of Collections Magazine with you. To pick up your complimentary copy, please drop by any of our offices or simply call us to have one mailed to you.

Take a look behind the scenes as the Summit Sotheby’s International Realty marketing team assembles the new Summer 2017 edition of Collections Magazine.

Please enjoy our three digital editions below.
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Cover Shot at 10015 N Summit View Drive

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Southern Utah
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Luxury Real Estate Headlines: Second Week in June 2017

Highlights from this week’s top news stories on luxury and global real estate, art, collectibles and home.

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$897,000 USD | Escalante, Utah | Summit Sotheby’s International Realty

“The 5-C Ranch is located in the heart of Southern Utah surrounded by endless recreational opportunities and National Parks. This complete gentleman’s ranch is ready for the next owner with 10 shares of water, hay and stable barn, corrals, chutes, and loading ramp. The Ranch is a total of 148 acres (75.45 owned and 73 acres leased on a 90 year lease) with additional acreage available for purchase if needed. The property includes a 2,900 square foot home, an amazing restored mountain guest cabin, R.V. Connections, large mechanics shop, abundant wildlife, the Escalante River, an oak forest, ancient Native American artifacts, petrified wood, etc.. Amazing view in every direction, properties like these do not come around very often.”

A 19th-Century Princeton Home with Original Details Throughout – Mansion Global

Onetime Los Angeles Home of Groucho Marx Lists – Wall Street Journal

Frank Lloyd Wright’s 150th Birthday: 5 Mid-Century Modern Homes for Sale – Robb Report

A 16th-Century Florence-Area Villa that May Have Been Designed by Michelangelo – Mansion Global

Three Gorgeous Waterfront Estates for Sale – Galerie

1925 Mediterranean-Style House Above the Sunset Strip Seeks $2.3M – Curbed

Six Homes in Remote Places for Buyers Seeking Maximum Privacy – Financial Times

An 18th-Century Irish Home Set on 31 Verdant Acres – Mansion Global

English Tudor Revival Pours on the Ambience in Altadena – Los Angeles Times

Buying a Second House Just Got Easier – Architectural Digest

Melbourne’s ‘Rock Solid’ Suburb of Toorak Has Been Desirable for Over 100 Years – Mansion Global

10 Gorgeous Homes That Get Luxe Mountain Living Right – Elle Decor

Diamond Ring Purchased for $13 as Costume Jewelry Sells for $848K – CNN

Sotheby’s to Auction Santiago Barberi Gonzalez’s New York Estate – WWD

Luxury Real Estate Headlines: First Week in June 2017

Highlights from this week’s top news stories on luxury and global real estate, art, collectibles and home.

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$5,950,000 USD | Park City, Utah | Summit Sotheby’s International Realty

“This classically modern masterpiece is built for the connoisseur of quality and is located on a private home site in the highly coveted Quarry Mountain Ranch neighborhood. The two creeks flowing through the property along with the open space hillside behind the home create a serene outdoor experience. Outdoor features also include an artistic water feature, outdoor dining and built-in grilling area, hot tub, and stone fire pit. The ultimate in-home automation with Savant, Lutron, and Nest controls installed throughout the home. The open floor plan and the awe-inspiring architecture lend to making this home an entertainer’s dream.”

Discovery Channel Founder Lists Remote Ranch for $149 Million – Wall Street Journal

Buy a Beautiful Beachfront Home in Greece – Robb Report

In Melbourne, a Modern House with a Classical Air – Mansion Global

Beverly Grove Contemporary Takes a Balinese Approach – Los Angeles Times

House of the Week: IDEO Founder’s Californian Hideaway – WWD

Homes that Put the Ball in Your Court – Wall Street Journal

For Sale: 7 Homes by Notable Architects – The Week

5 Luxury Homes with Outrageously Beautiful Libraries – Forbes

Venice is Full of Secret Palazzos for Sale – Bloomberg

An Instant Landmark Raises its Dual Faces in Highland Park – Los Angeles Times

Amsterdam’s Canal Ring District Has Historic Charm and Water Views – Mansion Global

London’s Rivals: What Luxembourg Can Offer Relocating Financiers – Financial Times

House Hunting in… Canada – The New York Times

New Zealand Attracting Local and Foreign Buyers, Sees Price Jumps and Record Sales – Mansion Global

San Francisco: The New Hip Areas Attracting City’s Tech Workers – Financial Times

10 Dream Homes that Take City Dwelling to a Whole New Level – Elle Decor

RM Sotheby’s 2017 Ferrari-only Auction Announced – Classic & Performance Car

12 Distinguished Farm & Ranches currently for sale in Utah

sir_social_farmandranch-1024x663Like a timeless work of art, farm and ranch properties are often iconic trophy and legacy investments meant to be passed down through generations. Masanobu Fukuoka, author of The Straw Revolution once said, “the ultimate goal of farming is not the growing of crops, but the cultivation and perfection of human beings.” Sprawling acreage, irresistible bonds with nature, sustainability and breathtaking vistas are merely some of the things that draw us to rural properties around the world, all in an effort to better cultivate ourselves and find the perfect home. View 12 distinguished farm & ranches currently available for sale in Utah.

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3,520 Acre Ranch | $10,900,000 USD | Heber, Utah

Located in the Strawberry Recreation Zone, this 3,520 acre property is part of a deer hunting CWMU along with the adjacent 3,000 acres. Per development agreement for that zone, cattle are required to graze on a portion of the ranch.  This unique wilderness property has wildlife galore and is mostly fenced with high elevation property ranging from 7,900 – 9,500 ft.  Entitlements are already approved for many potential future uses including cabins, hotels, nightly rentals, ski parks, and other commercial uses. Property is being sold with 50 ERUs.

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The LC Ranch | $10,600,000 USD | Altamont, Utah

The LC Ranch is located amidst rolling juniper and pinion covered hills at the foot of the Uinta mountains just outside of Altamont, Utah. The LC Ranch is a little piece of paradise. Fly fishing aficionados are in heaven exploring our exclusive, fly fishing oasis spread across over 1,100 acres in the shadow of the Uinta Mountain range. Unlike many other private Stillwater fisheries that offer only one or a handful of waters, the LC Ranch has over 20 different lakes and ponds loaded with trophy brown, rainbow, cut throat, cut bow, and tiger trout! The multiple ponds have been well established for decades. From small 1/2 acre ponds that you can cast across, to larger lakes at 30 acres, where boats are appropriate, you will find a large diversity of fishing and additional recreational opportunities on this ranch. This is a place to gather and enjoy nature’s beauty and ranch amenities.

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The Robison Ranch | $10,000,000 USD | Boulder, Utah

The Robison Ranch presents a rare opportunity for ownership and stewardship in a region of Utah known for it’s wild and scenic American landscape. Bordered on three sides by the 1.8M acre Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, a vision and dream has created this unique 570 acre working ranch, raising registered Black Angus cattle. The Robison Ranch boasts one of the finest private equestrian facilities in Utah with a heated 70,000 square foot arena. The extensive ranch developments and improvements offer a turn-key opportunity with a large inventory of tractors, trucks, ranch equipment, ATV’s and a loyal and knowledgeable staff. Water rights, grazing permits, hay fields and multiple employee housing options. A multi-generational legacy holding offering few will ever be able to call their own. Click to view video.

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The Elk Run Ranch | $9,129,540 USD | Heber, Utah

3043 acre, one-of-a-kind working ranch amidst world-class fishing and unmatched hunting. Elk Run Ranch has been in the Fitzgerald family since the 1800s and is listed for sale for the first time. Sitting at 8000′ elevation, this special lot is freckled with pine and aspens groves, undulating hills, and large flat expanses. Fly fish in the Strawberry River, which runs in a dramatic, deep canyon alongside the parcel. Hunt six-point Elk on your own private preserve. You can keep your boat at the nearby marina for fishing and recreating. Cattle are currently grazing the landscape and there is an 80 acre fenced horse corral in place. Apart from a hunting shed, no structures are currently on the property.

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The Defa Dude Ranch | $3,400,000 USD | Hanna, Utah

The Defa Dude Ranch is a one-of-a-kind property surrounded by the Cache National Forest. Enjoy the Dude Ranch lifestyle while horseback riding, camping, hiking, and endless fishing. Features include a 50’s style cafe, cowboy bar an cozy cabins, horse stables, and an outdoor pavilion. This is a wonderful property to entertain families, host corporate retreats or just enjoy a taste of the great outdoors. The Ranch has 50 ground leases which are scattered throughout the property.

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The Riata Ranch | $2,995,000 USD | New Harmony, Utah

Riata Ranch, located in New Harmony, Utah is the ultimate horseman’s paradise. It has the tranquility of mountain country living and the convenience of easy access from I-15 just 30 minutes North of St. George. The Ranch has unbelievable views of the “Kolob Fingers” in Zion National Park to the East is surrounded by Pine Mountain, New Harmony Valley, and Dixie National Forest. The fenced and gated ranch has a main home, casita, barn with bunkhouse, western town, and covered 9,375 sq. ft. arena. The western town actually fronts another bunkhouse with living accommodations, water tanks from the well, and a large RV garage with workshop. There is also a large open arena and gated pasture, plus much more.

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330 Acre Ranch | $2,500,000 USD | Heber, Utah

An amazing 330-acre ranch situated at the foothills of the Uintah National Forest with privacy, an abundance of wildlife and breathtaking views over the Heber Valley and of Mt Timpanogos. In close proximity to Park City and the Heber Valley this parcel offers easy year round access and recreational opportunities on the property or straight into the endless trails of the Uintah National Forest. Great development opportunity.

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The Wing Ranch | $2,495,000 USD | Fairview, Utah

This beautiful 156 acre Wing ranch is located near the mouth of Fairview Canyon and is one of the most stunning ranches in Sanpete County. The Wing Ranch is incredible horse property and consists of a newly remodeled 3,333 SF house, a shop, a 6 stall barn, an indoor riding arena, an outdoor riding arena, a hay barn, a pond, extensive water rights, seven long wheel lines, fields of alfalfa and oats, several large pastures, and all of the equipment needed to run the ranch. The location is less than an hour from Provo and is only minutes away from one of the most beautiful canyons in this part of Utah. Plus, it’s only a short distance from the famous Skyline Drive – a 75 mile mountain road that offers hundreds of miles of recreational opportunities. If you are looking for a full-time ranch, a gentleman’s ranch, a weekend getaway destination, or a fun place for the family to gather, then this is the place.

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40 Acre Gentleman’s Ranch | $2,390,000 USD | New Harmony, Utah

 This gentleman’s ranch sits on 40 acres just outside Zion National Park. On the property, there is a certified organic apple orchard, a raspberry patch, koi pond, spa house, well, 5 pastures, and over 600 trees. The large custom home includes every upgrade and amenity you can imagine. The expansive wrap-around porch makes entertaining ideal both inside and out. The basement has an apartment with a second kitchen, a sauna, wine cellar, exercise room, home theater, and billiards room. There is also a 2,700 sq. ft. barn with an apartment, an RV garage, 2 horse stalls, a workshop, cider room, and 2 attached carports. The property is fully fenced. The entire property has pressurized irrigation.

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11 Acre Orchard | $1,500,000 USD | Mapleton, Utah

Rare opportunity to purchase an orchard on nearly 11 acres in Mapleton. The land is located near the mouth of Hobble Creek Canyon with incredible privacy and mountain views. The property borders Hobble Creek, and it has a pond and water well that irrigates the entire orchard. It is fully fenced and is near Springville’s new Bartholomew’s Pond recreation area. The land offers numerous opportunities and could continue being operated as an orchard, it would be the ideal land for a large estate or it could be developed.

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21 Acre Farm Parcel | $481,950 USD | Croydon, Utah

This parcel is the perfect location for your dream home, with plenty of frontage on the paved county road ensuring easy access year round. Wake up to birds chirping in the spring and summer and take pleasure in observing the deer, eagles, and other wildlife on your property and nearby hillsides in the fall and winter. Lost Creek Reservoir is located a short 15 minute drive away on a quiet country road. This location is perfect for a gentleman’s ranch, horse farm, or your own rural retreat. A short 45 minute drive through rural Summit County takes you to the center of Park City or take a 30 minute drive in the opposite direction and you are at Snowbasin, with both locations offering year round recreation. And, Salt Lake International Airport is only 50 minutes from your property! The parcel boasts generous water rights for irrigation and power runs along the frontage as well. The adjoining 20.59 acre parcel is also available.

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158 Acre Ranch | $380,000 USD | Salina, Utah

This beautiful 158 acre ranch or hayfarm in Salina, Utah has approximately 50 irrigated acres and approximately 100 acres of hilliside pasture.  Just a 3 minute drive to town! Irrigation water shares included and a culinary water hook up already paid to build your dream home on.

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Summit Sotheby’s International Realty Update for June 2017

Utah Mountain Resorts’ Summer Opening Days

Utah’s Summer Concerts

Visit Utah’s Mighty 5 National Parks

The Emerging Luxury Consumer

Shane Norris joins Summit SIR’s Management Team

Utah Mountain Resorts Summer Operations Opening Days 2017

Alta Ski Area: Lifts closed for summer 
Beaver Mountain – May through October
Brian Head – Open Friday–Sunday (June 23 – September 10) 
Brighton – Lifts closed for summer
Cherry Peak – June 17
Deer Valley – June 16 – September 4
Eagle Point – June 17
Nordic Valley – June 17
Park City Mountain  – Park City Base Area: May 26 – October 1 | Canyons Village: June 16 – September 4
Snowbasin Resort – June 10 – October 8
Snowbird – June 10 – October 15
Solitude Resort – June 16 – October 1
Sundance – May 19 – October 8


Utah’s Summer Concerts

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Deer Valley Music Festival @ Deer Valley Resort

July 1 – Utah Symphony: Patriotic Celebration with Lisa Vroman
July 5 – Vivaldi’s Four Seasons
July 7 – Utah Symphony: Ella at 100: Patti Austin sings Ella Fitzgerland
July 8 – Utah Symphony: The Beach Boys
July 12 – A Night at Bach’s Coffeehouse
July 14 – Gershwin’s Greatest Hits featuring Rhapsody in Blue
July 15 – Utah Symphony: Leslie Odom, JR
July 19 – Hotoda Conducts Beethoven, Haydn & More
July 20 – Utah Symphony: The Music of Prince
July 21 – Diana Krall
July 22 – Utah Symphony: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone
July 26 – Calcara Plays Copland
July 28 – Disney in Concert: “A Dream is a Wish”
July 29 – Utah Symphony: Ben Folds
August 4 – Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture & Piano Concerto No. 1
August 5 – Utah Symphony: Classical Mystery Tour – A tribue to the Beatles

St. Regis Concert Series @ Deer Valley Resort

July 3 – X Ambassadors
July 16 – Kellie Pickler
July 23 – Aloe Blacc
July 27 – Melissa Etheridge
August 6 – San Fransisco Gay Men’s Chorus
August 12 – Parsonfield, Laney Jones and The Spirits, Jeffrey Foucault
August 15 – American Acoustic, Punch Brothers & I’m with Her
August 18 – Smashmouth, Cracker, The Romantics
August 26 – Five for Fighting
September 3- Josh Turner

Summer Concerts @ Canyons Village

July 2 – Analog Son
July 16 – The Wailers
Jul 30 – Rovert Ellis
August 27 – Bright Light Social Hour
September 3 – Holy Water Buffalo & Smooth Hound Smith

Concerts @ Newpark in Kimball Junction

June 15 – The Watters
June 22 – Niki J Crawford
June 29 – Garrett Lebeau
July 6 – Patwa Regge Band
July 13 – Motherlode Canyon Band
July 20 – The Stone Foxes
July 27 – Coffis Brothers & The Mountain Men
August 3 – The Pour
August 10 – Tony Holiday & The Velvetones
August 17 – Incendio & The Drunken Hearts

Park Silly Sunday Market

June 4 – Cory Mon & Sin City Soul
June 11 – Swagger & BroBand
June 18 – You Knew Me When & Something Like Seduction
June 25 – Group Therapy
July 2 – Red Desert Ramblers & The Pour
July 9 – A-Rodge & Motherlode Canyon Band
July 16 – When You Were Bigger & Patwa Reggae Band
July 23 – Mountain Country & Chris Bender and Fastback
July 30 – Trezz Hombrezz & Heritage Band
August 20 – Mama J & Bone Pile
August 27 – Rage Against THe Supremes
September 3 – Oskar and Julia & Time Daniels Band
September 10 – Los Hellcaminos
September 17 – Slim Chance and His Psychobilly Playboys & Changing Lanes Experience

Concerts @ Dejoria Center in Kamas

June 2 – Bonanza Town
June 9 – David Blaine
June 22 – Liver By The River
June 29 – Muddpuddle
July 6 – Michelle Moonshine
July 13 – Ghosttowne
July 20 – Lash LaRue
July 27 – Dusty Boxcars
September 23 – David Archuleta
September 29 – Vince Neil

Snowbird Summer Concerts @ Tram Deck

June 17 – Polyrhythmics
June 24 – Yak Attack
July 1 – Too Slim and the Traildraggers
July 8 – Taj Weekes
July 15 – Maggie Koerner
July 22 – Eilen Jewell
July 29 – The Sweet Lillies
August 5 – Major and the Monbacks

Twilight Concert Series @ Pioneer Park

July 20 – Little Dragon & Xenia Rubinos
July 28 – Kurt Vile and the Violators & Whitney
August 3 – Kamasi Washington & Antibalas
August 10 – Solange & Kaytranada
August 17 – Cat Power & TBD
August 24 – Andrew Bird & TBD
August 31 – The Roots & Charles Bradley and His Extraordinares

Concerts @ Red Butte Gardens

May 23 – Jethro Tull By Ian Anderson
June 2 – Trey Anastasio Band
June 4 – Tajmo: The Taj Mahal & Keb’ Mo’ Band
June 18 – Dispatch
June 20 – Jason Mraz & His Superband
June 28 – Santana
July 6 – Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band
July 13 – Amos Lee
July 14 – North Mississppi Allstars & Anders Osborne
July 20 – Mary Chapin Carpenter
July 21 – Lyle Lovett and His Large Band
July 23 – Howard Jones, The English Beat, Men Without Hats
July 25 – Portugal. The Man
August 1 – Tedeschi Trucks Band
August 2 – John Williams’ Film Music Featuring the Utah Symphony
August 4 – Drive-by Truckers
August 10 – Gregory Alan Isakov / Blind Pilot
August 13 – The Head and The Heart
August 15 – The Decemberists
August 16 – Chick Corea Elektric Band and Bela Fleck & The Flecktones
August 17 – Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue / St. Paul & The Broken Bones
August 20 – Herbie Hancock
August 21 – Lake Street Dive
August 31 – ZZ Top
September 6 – John Butler Trio
September 8 – Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit
September 12 – Haim
September 13 – Sheryl Crow
September 14 – Gov’t Mule

Concerts @ Brian Head Resort

July 15-16 – Classic Rock Music Festival
August 12 – BBQ, Blues & Brews
September 2 – Country Music Festival

Bluebird Concert Series @ Sundance Resort

July 7 – Charlie Worsham, Luke Dick, Travis Meadows
July 14 – Rivers Rutherford, Dave Berg, Danny Myrick
August 18 – Kim Carnes, Suzy Bogguss, Greg Barnhill
August 25 – Seth Ennis, Caitlyn Smith, Gordie Sampson

Concerts @ Snowbasin Resort

June 11 – Big Sam’s Funky Nation / Satsang / The Sextones
June 18 – The Fleshtones / Penrose / The Weekenders
June 25 – TBA / Dirty Revival / Pinetop Inferno
July 2 – Jelly Bread / Too Slim / Folk Hogan
July 9 – Driftwood / Useful Jenkins / The Johnny Utahs
July 16 – Main Squeeze / King Cardinal / Gleewood
July 23 – Andy Frasco / Kris Lager Band / Groovement / Tony Holiday / Folk Hogan
July 30 – The Motet / Dead Winter Carpenters / Pixie and the Party Grass Boys / Jamie McClean Band
August 6 – Old 97’s / Jeff Crosby and the Refugees / Slings and Arrows
August 13 – Turnpike Troubadors / Dirty River Boys / The Battefield
August 20 – Robert Randolph and the Family Band / Troubador 77 / KLB / Old Shoe
August 27 – Larry and His Flask / Me Like Bees / Canyon Kids
September 3 – Los Lobos/ TBA / The Whiskey Gentry / Troubador 77 / Michelle Moonshine Trio / Tom Bennet
September 10 – TBA/ Jordan Mathew Young
September 17 – The Weekenders / Penrose
September 24 – Johnny Utah’s / Underground Cash

Visit Utah’s Mighty 5 National Parks
Content Courtesy of VisitUtah.com

The Mighty 5® national parks in Utah draw several million visitors from around the world each year to marvel at surreal scenery and unforgettable activities. A trip to The Mighty 5 means watching the sunrise over the towering depths of Canyonlands National Park, then watching the sunset through an impossibly delicate rock bow in Arches National Park. It means standing nose-to-nose with ancient petroglyphs in Capitol Reef National Park, then lying on your back as a beautiful meteor shower streaks across the Milky Way. It means gazing down at coral-hued rock hoodoos in Bryce Canyon National Park, then gazing upward at the steep walls of slot canyon trails in Zion National Park. It means hiking, river rafting, biking, picnicking, walking, mule riding, exploring and stargazing.

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See the best of Utah’s national parks with a limited amount of time. Add one of these itineraries to your travel planner!

Three-day itinerary: Las Vegas to Zion to Bryce Canyon: Rivers & Redrock Itinerary

Three-day itinerary: Salt Lake City to Arches and Canyonlands: Slickrock Adventure Itinerary

Five-day itinerary: Las Vegas to Zion, Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef, Arches and Canyonlands: History & Hoodoos Itinerary

Seven-day itinerary: Salt Lake City to Arches, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, Bryce Canyon and Zion: The Best Week of Your Life Itinerary

Ten-day itinerary: Salt Lake City to Arches, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, Bryce Canyon and Zion: The Ultimate Journey Itinerary

The Emerging Luxury Consumer

2017_05_globalaffluence_blogheaderTo sell luxury real estate, you must understand the affluent buyers‘ needs and wants and be able to deliver to your clients.

In the era of the empowered luxury residential real estate consumer‰ – one who has access to information 24/7‰ – it is more critical than ever to engage in ongoing conversations. Understanding what is important to the luxury consumer, how they want to be serviced, and how luxury brands fit into their lives can not only help real estate brokerages make more strategic decisions, it can help foster a better connection between buyers and brand (with the intent that a strengthening relationship will move some moderate buyers into the top echelon of luxury consumers). It is simply not enough to solely market to them. They now expect a two-way conversation and continued nurtured relationship with the brands they buy from.

Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates LLC is proud to present “Global Affluence: The Emerging Luxury Consumer,” a report examining the confidence, spending habits and purchasing interests of emerging luxury consumers from around the world, defined as those with $250,000 USD to $1 million USD in investable assets. The report found that this emerging luxury consumer demographic is confident when it comes to their personal economy and the economy of their respective countries.

2017_05_globalaffluence_social“The luxury residential real estate market is ever evolving,” said Philip White, president and chief executive officer of Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates LLC.  “As a global leader in this arena, the Sotheby’s International Realty® brand commissioned this research survey to unveil emerging trends with luxury residential real estate consumers around the world.  We are always looking to the future and our focus is to keep a pulse on the state of the real estate market and the homebuyers of tomorrow.”

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The complete Sotheby’s International Realty “Global Affluence: The Emerging Luxury Consumer” report features a breakdown of data by country surveyed as well as supplemental search data from sothebysrealty.comClick here to download the full report.

Key findings from the Sotheby’s International Realty “Global Affluence: The Emerging Luxury Consumer” report include:

  • 85% of emerging luxury consumers are confident in the housing market in their respective countries and are ready to purchase a home within the next three years.
  • 93% of emerging luxury consumers are looking to purchase homes with luxury components.
  • Emerging luxury consumers are interested in waterfront, metropolitan and historic homes.

“The luxury market has been redefined in recent years due in large part to the impact of the new emerging luxury consumer,” said Kevin Thompson, chief marketing officer of Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates LLC.  “These individuals have a luxury sensibility and an affinity for exclusive brands, proving that luxury transcends income levels – it is about quality, uniqueness, and ultimately achieving a certain lifestyle.  The Sotheby’s International Realty brand has its eye on the future and is perfectly positioned to unite these extraordinary lives with extraordinary lifestyles.”

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Please join us in welcoming Shane Norris to our Summit SIR Management Team

SN Announcement e-blastSummit Sotheby’s International Realty is proud to announce the addition of Shane W. Norris (Shane) to our team. Specializing in real estate law, Shane serves the brokerage of Summit Sotheby’s International Realty in the state of Utah.  Shane is a certified continuing education instructor with the Utah Division of Real Estate, offering courses on current legal issues relevant to the real estate licensee and has taught continuing legal education classes specializing in real estate issues.  Prior to his affiliation with Summit SIR, Shane was VP Litigation Counsel for the Law Division of NRT, LLC. , general counsel and president of a Utah title insurance company and was an associate attorney with the law firm of Richer & Overholt, P.C., specializing in real estate litigation.  A graduate of the SJ Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah, Shane has been practicing law in Utah for over 20 years. Please join us in welcoming Shane to our team!

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