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Cody Derrick cody@cityhomecollective.com 801.913.6260 Cody Derrick sits squarely as the CEO and founder of cityhomeCOLLECTIVE, and the pioneer for a cultural movement in real estate and design that spans the globe. A passionate connector, Cody’s real-estate endeavors have amassed a cumulative sold volume of nearly $150 million. As a designer, he has an unparalleled reputation for his inspired work, and his personal and professional style can be seen in multiple publications, from Utah Style & Design to Estero Magazine and the New York Times. An avid champion of the city he inhabits, Cody is a Salt Lake Modern board member, as well as a member of the Dean’s Council for the University of Utah College of Architecture. His efforts as cityhomeCOLLECTIVE’s creative director have resulted in an unwavering client base with followers in over 200 countries around the world. Realtor, designer, vastly conceptual creator...he’s our clever chief and your perfect consultant.
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Dollar Barber Shop

        I was raised by a barber…a good one. My pops is the barber that teaches barbers how to be barbers; so I know a good cut. They’re hard to find. And near impossible for 5 dollars. Thank god for this


Wine by the Label and Books by the Cover

I buy wine by the label. Kind of. Think of the consideration taken when purchasing a coffee table book. Because we know that the book will be viewed most often from the outside in, we consider, second to it’s content, it’s outward contribution to


Misc. (pronounced: mis’sy)

If Nikki Breedlove (No-Nonsense Nikki from In Magazine) and crew frequent the vintage finds of Missy Baber’s downtown boutique, then you know it’s good. Pretending like you’re in Brooklyn, Silverlake or Austin just got a whole lot easier. Thanks, Missy. In addition to seeing


Millcreek Coffee Roasters

You forget how nice it is to know where your coffee beans are being roasted until you walk in on the process. The smells, the sounds (the cute ginger that offered to let me watch). It’s always nice when the quality of the food


Mount Olympus Shado

Sold: July 16, 2007 Agent: Cody Derrick