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As we adapt to spending more time at home, day dreams of hyper helpful (and entertaining) at-home amenities begin to dance in our heads. From the comfort of your couch, we’re bringing you an inside look into great Park City area properties with cool modern conveniences—from woodsy, private grounds to home theatres and bowling alleys.  

This newly constructed, modern residence is located on a private, ten-acre estate within the exclusive, gated The Preserve community. Represented by Jaime Pack and Rachel Dewitt, the five-bedroom house offers a home theater for movie nights in, an office space, wine room, home gym, bunk room and separate one-bedroom guest house. Gather as a family around the fireplace, escape for quiet

Around the globe, our agents are nabbing headline-grabbing listings, setting records, connecting with their communities and teaming up with their colleagues to give back. Here’s a rundown of the latest and greatest regional happenings from The Agency’s global team.

British Columbia - Jason Binab—Managing Partner of our Vancouver Island office—and Mark Nelson made a record-setting Cordova Bay sale in just 21 days of rebranding and relaunching the property. 1104 D’Arcy Lane sold for $3,095,000.

Los Cabos - Spring is just blooming, but many are already dreaming of summer. Luckily, Janet Jensen of The Agency Los Cabos represents a pair of the region’s most spectacular homesites, situated at La Montaña in Villas Del Mar (Homesite Three and Homesite

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

SKI FOR A CAUSE HERE - The peaks of Park City turn pink on Saturday, March 28 for the Pink Park City ski day to conquer cancer. The third annual event in Canyons Village features pink parties, pink decorations, pink skiers and snowboarders, with 100% of funds raised supporting research at Huntsman Cancer Institute for all types of cancers. The day includes a costume contest and the Rally for Hope Parade, with a ski down the mountain, from the corner of Doc’s Run and Sunrise, offering the chance to show solidarity for those affected by cancer. 

PARTY THE NIGHT AWAY HERE - So are you a sinner or a saint? The 9th annual Saints and Sinners Ball offers a night of

While the results are almost always a grand improvement (and worth every stressful moment), the process of rehabbing a property is a true challenge. Here, we’ve shared a few of our favorite tips to ensure your “after” hits all the marks. 

Don't Ignore Safety - When things around a project space get hectic, safety can get sidelined. Be mindful of overloading outlets, turning off breakers and (if you’re the one doing the demo-ing) always wearing proper protection for eyes, hands and feet. Some effort at the start will save you time and can prevent all manner of mishaps. 

Do Get Realistic About Costs - Take Martha Stewart’s advice and brace your budget—expect everything to cost about 30% more and take 25% longer than you initially expected.

Do Stock Up on

Great coffee, freshly brewed tea, delectable pastries—it’s no wonder cafes are a neighborhood’s social hubs. With atmospheres as varied and distinct as the refreshments they serve, here are a few of our favorite Park City cafes.  

Park City Coffee Roasters
Run by twin brothers Ray and Rob Hibl, this company has been crafting their coffee locally since 1997. Their cafe in Kimball Junction offers a generous number of vegan and vegetarian options as well as fresh quiches, frittatas and baked goods. Its cozy interior is ideal for quick meals and working on a laptop, and the outdoor patio is popular during warmer months. 

STOKED Roasters
This Main Street coffeehouse is somewhat new to the local scene but has quickly gathered a strong following. The self-described

The slopes were snowy and the crowds were dense at this year’s Sundance Film Festival—and several of The Agency’s own were center stage for all the action. 

President and Co-Founder Billy Rose—who once served as an entertainment lawyer and later as a motion picture agent at L.A.'s United Talent Agency—was most looking forward to reconnecting with his friends in the industry and carving out some time on the slopes amidst the 128 feature film screenings and dozens of star-studded fetes. A number of films generated awards-season buzz at the festival and the Grand Jury Prizes were awarded to “Minari” (U.S. Dramatic), “Boys State” (U.S. Documentary), “Epicentro” (World Cinema Documentary) and “Yalda, a Night for Forgiveness” (World Cinema Dramatic).


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

SEE WORLD-CLASS SKIERS HERE - Some of the planet’s best freestyle skiers will slide into Park City February 6-8 for the FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup. Attendees can catch competitors at Deer Valley Resort as they twist, fly and race toward victory. All events are free to the public, plus, guests can ski to the run where the events are held and sip a beverage while they watch. Can you think of a better way to spend a weekend? 

HAVE A HOT (AIR BALLOON) WEEKEND HERE - Looking for a change of scenery on President's Day Weekend? Hop in the car and drive a couple of hours south to Kanab, where the Balloons and Tunes event will be taking flight. This year, more than 40

A new month means a fresh new Hotlist. Catch the latest coverage of The Agency’s properties and personalities in top publications and news networks, from Architectural Digest to People Magazine, The Wall Street Journal and more.

5824 JED SMITH ROAD - The Wall Street Journal got the scoop when a stellar new listing with an intergalactic pedigree hit the market. Represented by Mauricio Umansky, Emil Hartoonian and Arvin Haddad, this Hidden Hills estate is out of this world, complete with a private observatory, music studio and a galaxy’s worth of Star Wars memorabilia. 

497 CHALK SOUND ROAD - In a New York Times report on the ongoing appeal of investing in Turks & Caicos real estate, the publication interviewed Sean O’Neill of The Agency Turks &

Never underestimate the appeal of a well-designed hearth. Whether it’s a traditional brick or stone creation made for a cozy night in or an eye-catching open-air centerpiece, hearths, fireplaces and fire pits offer the perfect ambiance for relaxation and social connection. From Hollywood Hills to San Jose del Cabo, here are some designs that will be sure to spark your fancy. 

8066 Sunrise Loop, Park City

Dreaming of a true mountain getaway? The rustically beautiful lodge-inspired interiors of 8066 Sunrise Loop creates at an atmosphere of total comfort. Represented by Charlie Taylor and Jake Doilney, this home is located in the prestigious Promontory Club and was designed by mountain-modern expert Mike Upwall. It sits on a plot of private acreage

Before helping launch The Agency, Billy Rose was deeply immersed in the entertainment industry—for years he served as an entertainment lawyer and later as a motion picture agent at a top L.A. talent firm. Today, as the Agency’s President and Co-Founder, Billy maintains a strong network of contacts in the industry. He’ll have boots on the ground at this month’s Sundance Film Festival in Park City, where The Agency is hosting an event with local boutique O.C. Tanner Jewelers—but before he left L.A., we asked Billy to weigh in on some of our most pressing Sundance-centric questions.    

You have a strong background in the entertainment industry—why do you think it is important for The Agency to be present at Sundance? 
During Sundance, Park City hosts