Business Briefs: 3/8 to 3/12
March 7, 2014
Park City designer receives honor
Sandra Racz and her design company, Signature Redesign, were awarded "Best of Houzz" by Houzz, a "leading platform for home remodeling and design." According to a press release, the Best of Houzz award is given in two categories: Customer Satisfaction and Design.
Racz received the award in Customer Satisfaction, which is determined by the number and quality of client reviews a professional received in 2013. She is certified in Interior Decorating and Redesign, Real Estate Home Staging and Color Consultation and can be followed on Houzz at http://www.houzz.com/pro/sandraracz.
High West named semifinalist for award
High West Distillery and Saloon has been selected as a semifinalist for a James Beard Foundation Award for the third year in a row. According to a press release, the Beard Awards represent the highest honor that a North American chef, owner, bar or restaurant can attain.
The foundation selected High West owner David Perkins as one of 20 semifinalists for "Outstanding Wine, Spirits or Beer Professionals." The winners will be announced on Twitter on Tuesday, March 18, at @beardfoundation.
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Red Ledges saw record sales in 2013
On Tuesday, Feb. 27, Red Ledges a mountain community in the Heber Valley announced sales of existing home and estate home sites grew by 197 percent in 2013 compared to sales in 2012. The community sold 99 homes and home sites in 2013 and recently opened 162 new home sites to buyers.
According to a press release, the newest offerings at Red Ledges are the Club Cabins starting from $750,000. For more information on the community and homes and home sites offered, visit http://www.redledges.com.
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