Silver mining defined the Park City area in the late 1860's. By 1880, Park City had grown to a population of over 10,000 people. Although "the great fire of 1898" destroyed over 200 homes and businesses, the town was rebuilt and many of the buildings now seen on Main Street date from that time. A stroll down Historic Main Street is all it takes to bring back the romance of the Old West.Today, Park City's Main Street is home to quaint shops, fine dining establishments, art galleries, bars and live music venues. Additional storefronts showcase Park City's eclectic nature, holding everything from hardware to sportswear, handcrafted furniture to designer boutiques.Located in the heart of Park City, our Main Street office serves all of Park City and the surrounding areas. The Main Street Gallery showcases our listings and provides excellent exposure to all of the thousands of visitors who stroll up and down the street throughout the year.Our Main Street specialists can provide information on the quaint, historic properties of Old Town, as well as the resort properties of Deer Valley, Park City Mountain Resort and Canyons. The neighborhoods of Prospector, Aerie, Thaynes Canyon, Aspen Springs, and Park Meadows are only a short distance away and offer everything from condominiums to primary residences to second homes.With Sotheby's international presence, visitors and residents can find the right property anywhere in the world from Main Street, Park City.