Business briefs for Wednesday, Aug. 23
Utah Business magazine’s 2006 Corporate Cuisine Awards, highlighting "the state’s dining establishments that exhibit the best in epicurean excellence," has selected Park City’s 350 Main Brasserie as "The Best Place to Impress Clients."
Utah Business readers participated in a poll highlighting the state’s finest business meal destinations in 12 categories. In addition to casting their votes, readers offered comments illustrating their award recommendations. Awards were given to restaurants receiving the most votes in a particular category. Readers highlighted 350 Main’s service and attention to style, describing, "beautiful décor, a great menu with varied global influences, and an extensive wine list."
350 Main is a recipient of the Zagat Award and the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence, as well as several regional dining awards. 350 Main’s Executive Chef Michael LeClerc recently received an award honoring him as one of five "trail-blazing chefs from across the country who share a strong passion and great talent for preparing healthy gourmet cuisine." The restaurant is open for dinner nightly. For more information, contact Jeff Ward at (435) 649-3140, and visit http://www.350main.com.
Second quarter Utah home values report released
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage of Utah issued their second quarter Home Price Comparison Index report, which shows the average home price and appreciation value for ZIP codes from around the state continues to appreciate, some at phenomenal levels.
The average home sale price is up 14 percent from last year at the same time. The increase of more than $33,000 brings the total sale price average for a home in the state of Utah to $247,668. According to the National Association of Realtors, the average sales price of existing homes in the United States as of June 2006 is $277,000.
The average sale price for a home in the Park City area in Q2 was $1,027,909, which is a 55 percent increase from the same time last year.
BNI meeting schedule
Park City’s two chapters of Business Network International have announced their meeting schedules. The Mountain High chapter meets every Tuesday morning at 7:30 a.m. at 2024 Sidewinder Drive on the second floor. The Park City Business Leaders chapter meets every Friday morning at 7:30 a.m. at Jeremy Ranch Gold and Country Club.
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