— Old Town —
Park City’s bustling Old Town district remains the emotional heart of the town, just as it was over 100 years ago. Since the neighborhood was platted in the 19th century, lots tend to be smaller, lending the area a walkable layout and a vibrant energy. Old Town holds much of Park City’s rich history; sixty-four buildings are included in the National Register of Historic Places, many of those on Park City’s colorful Main Street. Lined with restaurants, art galleries, nightclubs and boutique shops, Main Street is the cultural and culinary center of Park City.
What’s more, the Town Lift of Park City Mountain Resort connects skiers and snowboarders directly to the base of Main Street. Winter ski trails and summer hiking trails can be accessed right from the streets of Old Town, too, making it a year-round recreational haven. Homes in Old Town range from restored Victorian-era miner’s cottages, to contemporary condos, to exquisite new construction.