It’s safe to say the last year has brought many changes to Park City and beyond.A little more than a year ago, as we began to navigate the new COVID-19 world, we were all a little unsure as to what our future would hold. And, while change is always scary, change is also powerful and innovative, especially for a street filled with entrepreneurs.  Every so often we like to highlight what’s new in our little corner of the world. While COVID-19 may have changed much about the way we live, interact, and experience, creative businesses have not let that stop them from realizing their dreams. We are excited to highlight a few of our newest businesses to make their mark on Main Street. Have you visited one of Main Street’s newer merchants?

  • Main Street is now on the map for those enlightened by the benefits derived from CBD products. Hemped Park City provides natural health and wellness for the mind, body, and soul at 804 Main Street, suite 100. In addition to the Park City Hemped location, the brand operates in New York City and has a robust online platform that includes subscription products.
  • The Collective Park City is the perfect addition to the fashion scene in Park City. Located at 675 Main Street, Suite R7. Owners Kathy and Katherine have lived in Park City for decades. During their time in Park City, they have longed for a one-stop shop where you can find high-quality, sophisticated gifts and clothing that reflects the Park City lifestyle. In our opinion, they’ve knocked it out of the park. If you can’t make it to Main Street, their website offers a curated collection of current items taking the guess work out of gift giving.
  • Park City is no stranger to up and coming workout regimes. Board 30, Park City’s newest fitness studio, unique equipment is paired with resistance bands to create a system that is a high energy, low impact HIIT style of workout. Board 30 is located at 136 Heber Avenue, Suite #106.
  • Jack Wolfskin North America makes its North American debut with corporate headquarters and a retail space located in Park City. Jack Wolfskin has a been a leader in outdoor apparel for decades in Europe and only recently has begun breaking trail in North America. Their location in the Gateway Mall (135 Heber Avenue) introduces Parkites and visitors from across the globe to Jack Wolfskin’s entry into the North American market. Shoppers are welcome to visit the Park City storefront by scheduling an appointment and are rewarded with discounts on everything (discounts are available at the time of publishing this article but subject to change).
  • The Exchange is no stranger to the Main Street district after a few years off Main, we are ecstatic to welcome The Exchange back to Main Street in their new location at 605 Main Street just above Bangkok Thai. The Exchange is Park City’s only high-end, designer consignment store with an eclectic mix of treasures at everyday prices. You’ll find a mix of today’s top designers to one-of-a-kind vintage pieces. We recommended stopping at The Exchange as often as you check your mail as you’ll always find something new.
  • With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, we recommend a visit to Tresor, located at 596 Main Street sooner than later. Tresor is filled with precious Crystal, Gemstones, and Native American Décor and jewelry. Even if you aren’t in the market for some of earth’s most precious materials you will be awestruck by the magnitude of some of their pieces.  
  • At Black Diamond it’s all about skiing and climbing and that’s been the case since 1957. While Black Diamond is certainly not new to the outdoor industry, they are new to Main Street joining a several other top outdoor brands on the street. In a town that’s fueled by outdoor passions and pursuits, we’re excited to have yet another option to find the gear we need for our daily outings. Stop by today 592 Main Street to check out new skis, climbing gear, apparel, and the other outdoor gear you need for your next adventure.
  • The owner of Park City’s newest restaurant, The Brick, is no stranger to Park City or Main Street restaurants. Alan Galeano owns several other restaurants in town, including Main Street’s Crystal Park Cantina. The Brick, located at 508 Main Street, exists to offer Main Street visitors a relaxed, affordable dining option. With something for everyone and offering lunch and dinner seven days a week, The Brick is the perfect spot to grab a bite while visiting Main Street.
  • As Park City’s only sculpture gallery, Gaia on Main introduces a new gallery concept to the street. The Gallery currently showcases the artwork of Dorit Schwartz, a renowned sculptor who works primarily with organic materials including crystals, stone, and reclaimed wood. The work is intended to awaken the spirit. Gaia, which means “mother earth” is located at 314 Main Street.
  • Local Jackson Hole based visionaries seem to set their sites for Park City once they’ve found their footing in Jackson. The newest Jackson Hole based boutique to open up shop in Park City is JW Bennet a bespoke hat maker offering customers the opportunity to design their own custom hats crafted using traditional methods. JW Bennet is located at 364 Main Street, Suite 2E.
  • We hope you’ve saved room for dessert! Park City Desserts, located at 268 Main Street believes you shouldn’t have to sacrifice yummy to be healthy. Park City Desserts offers a variety of organic, gluten free, vegan, and raw sweets and coffees to Main Street visitors and offers a full catering menu for those looking for a complete dessert offering. Stop by for an afternoon pick-me-up and plan your last course for an upcoming appropriately distanced soiree.

We invite you to spend an afternoon visiting a few of our newest shops and boutiques coupled with your longtime favorites. Share your favorite finds with us on Instagram with #MainParkCity








PARK CITY DESSERTS

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Hemped Park City – 804 Main Street