Park City

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As a four-season mountain destination, Park City offers the ultimate outdoor lifestyle all year long, from the snowy slopes of winter to the sundrenched trails of summer. Here, we spotlight five ways to maximize your outdoor living space, so you can make the most of Park City’s stunning great outdoors. 

Heat It Up - A hot tub is a must in Park City and the number one home amenity requested by guests and visitors. Whether needing to soak sore muscles after a day of adventure, or simply unwind under the stars, cool, mountain air makes every evening ideal for a dip in the spa. The hot tub at 2755 Telemark Drive is situated for absolute privacy and to capture views of the surrounding nature. Placed under the cover of the terrace above, the spa can be enjoyed

From the rolling trails of Uinta National Forest to the calm shores of the Jordanelle Reservoir, these five studios, clubs and outfitters are out to get your muscles moving. Whatever your fitness fancy—high-energy HIIT classes or a long ride out on the trails—Park City’s offerings will get your heart rate rocking. 

THE BEAU COLLECTIVE - Known as “BeauCo” to locals, this studio gets you to commit to 12 weeks of consistent 45-minute HIIT workouts—always with the same instructor and group of participants. It may seem strict, but BeauCo’s methods build community, camaraderie and expeditiously track progress. 

BASIN RECREATION FIELDHOUSE - A true one-stop-shop for all kinds of athletes, the 87,000-square-foot Basin Recreation Fieldhouse is stocked with a range

With soaring mountain peaks, 7,300 acres of skiable terrain, 400 miles of scenic hiking and mountain biking trails, and a thriving culinary and cultural scenes, Park City is a playground for all seasons. If you’re looking to live the mountain life full time or seasonally, here are four exceptional new construction homes meant for making the most of this world-class, mountain destination. 

9377 RAVEN WAY - Situated on ten picturesque acres in the exclusive gated community The Preserve, this 9,291-square-foot home is surrounded by aspen trees and far-reaching mountain views, located ten minutes from world-class skiing, trails, shopping, restaurants, schools and nightlife. A stunning open floor plan includes five bedrooms and seven baths, while a separate

Our picks of places to go and things to do to make the most of your month in and around Park City. 

CELEBRATE THE 4TH HERE - The 4th of July holiday is a very big deal in Park City, as people come from far and wide to celebrate Independence Day. The festivities kick off July 3rd in Canyons Village with free live music, kid-friendly activities and a colorful fireworks display. The July 4th holiday features a full day of activities, including a pancake breakfast at 7am, Cole Sport 5k Fun Run at 8am, the spectacular parade on Historic Main Street at 11am, and live music and refreshments at noon at the city park. The Park City Mountain base area offers fun for the whole family, live entertainment, a barbecue and a fireworks show at dusk. 


You know what the locals say about mountain towns, “I came for the winter, but I stayed for the summer.” Park City’s legendary ski slopes may be what first brings adventurers, explorers and skiers from around the world to the largest mountain resort in the country. But come summer, the miles upon miles of hiking and biking trails entice, along with a bounty of culinary and cultural events and a staggering array of natural wonders to explore. For the ultimate summer in the mountains, add these events to your Park City bucket list.

SAVOR THE SUMMIT - Tonight’s the night historic Main Street becomes the site of Utah’s largest outdoor dinner party. Live music will fill the air, and tables will line the street as world-renowned restaurants display their

The hills are alive with the sound of music all summer long in Park City. (We couldn’t resist.) From a free outdoor concert series at the base of the mountains to intimate concerts in stunning ranch-inspired venues, here’s The Agency’s guide for a summer that’s sure to bring music to your ears.

- Deer Valley offers not one, but three summer concert series and festivals, some of which are free to attend. A weekly community favorite, the Grand Valley Bank Community Concert Series at Deer Valley Resort takes place at the Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheatre on Wednesdays from June 19th to August 23rd (with the exception of July 3rd). The free series features some of Utah’s finest musicians, and guests may bring picnic baskets, spirits and

Our picks of places to go and things to do to make the most of your month in and around Park City.

INDULGE YOUR TASTE BUDS HERE -  Savor the Summit, Park City’s biggest outdoor dinner party and community celebration returns to the center of Historic Main Street on Saturday, June 22nd, when Park City’s best restaurants showcase their culinary talents. The event features outstanding food, spirits and live music under the Park City sky. Each restaurant features its own menu, pricing and bar service. Be sure to make your reservations with the participating restaurants of your choice.  

REACH FOR THE TOP HERE - With the month of June comes more ways to explore Park City Mountain Resort and Canyons Village. On June 14th, Crescent Express, Town Lift and Red Pine

Each year, the Los Angeles Business Journal recognizes 500 of the most influential people in the city; out of 10 million people, we’re proud to announce that Mauricio Umansky, The Agency’s Founder and CEO, and Santiago Arana, Managing Partner, were recognized among the publication’s exclusive LA500.

We’re also pleased to share that our Chief Operating Officer & Chief Technology Officer, Shane Farkas, was named a finalist in the Rising Star category of the publication’s esteemed CTO awards. As part of The Agency’s founding team, Shane has played an instrumental role in developing our operational systems and processes, spearheading the development of industry-leading proprietary software platforms for our residential and New Development divisions.


2 DE WITT DRIVE - Ever wondered what it would be like to live inside the Sistine Chapel? You can get pretty close with this Renaissance-style mansion in the desirable enclave of Ross, California, just outside San Francisco. Situated on two acres of romantic grounds, the opulent home is complete with 8,660 square feet of hand-painted murals, columns and carved marble figures that Robb Report boasts would impress Michelangelo himself. Represented by Rachel Swann and Kayla Grae, the sprawling estate also features multiple fine living areas, expansive verandas, a resort-like pool, tennis courts and old-world gardens.

ONE&ONLY MANDARINA PRIVATE HOMES - Talk about getting in the zone. As long-time admirers of the One&Only experience, San Francisco Giants

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Agents from all corners of the globe made their way north of the border to celebrate The Agency’s recent expansion into British Columbia, Canada. Among them was The Agency’s Co-Founder and CEO Mauricio Umansky, who joined the Canadian team to mark the official opening of its two Vancouver Island offices in Victoria and Nanaimo.

“It was such a thrill to welcome our fellow agents and members of The Agency family from around the globe to Vancouver Island and provide a glimpse of B.C.’s stunning natural beauty and incredible real estate,” says Brian Danyliw, who spearheads the two offices along with fellow B.C. native and industry veteran Jason Binab.    

“The excitement and support we feel from the global team is exactly what