Old Town reflects the rich mining history of Park City, which was incorporated as a city in 1884, eighteen years after silver was discovered in its mountains. Many of the original commercial and residential buildings still remain, reflecting the Victorian architecture of that era.
If you’re considering a real estate purchase in old town Park City, you should have a good understanding of the town, the layout, and its history. Main Street in Old Town is known for its great shops, world class restaurants, art galleries and unique character. The residential section of Old Town is close to skiing at Park City Mountain Resort and Deer Valley® Resort, historic Main Street and the free bus. It’s roughly 3 miles from Canyons Resort and 6 miles from Kimball Junction.
An Old Town real estate purchase can be a prime investment. The city is constantly renovating, with a beautification project recently completed in Swede Alley, the old town mall being revamped, and talks of a Main Street to Deer Valley® Resort gondola underway. Contact us for more information about investing in Old Town.