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Corigan Kushma corigan@cityhomecollective.com Corigan Kushma has landed in our circle with a background laden in travel and varied efforts. A former wild-land firefighter/construction worker/model/actress/archeologist, among other things, she attained a real estate license as a direct result of interest in real estate law. As an oil-painting artist who wields a surfboard as adeptly as she does a paintbrush, we think she fits quite nicely into our blended COLLECTIVE. Her vast catalog of skills can be neatly reduced to a savvy ability to identify with any and all clients. Translation: smooth, seasoned sailing to loving where you live.
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Summit Haus | Crown Casa

List Price: Under Contract Neighborhood: Summit Park/Park City Property Profile: 2,275 sq. ft. | 4 bed, 2.5 bath Our Opinion: What do you get when you mix stringent, German, sustainable building practices with killer modern design and the will of a good architect in


Ivanhoe | Lucky #7

List Price: Under Contract Neighborhood: Central City Property Profile: 1,033 sq. ft. | 2 bed, 1 bath Our Opinion: For all her classic, historic charm and downtown walkability, we do so love the Ivanhoe. The exterior harkens to an era when carriages were perhaps a bit more


Summit Haus | Life in Your Space

For those of you who were lucky enough to attend/recall our sustainability-inspired lounge night in February, you likely remember Chris Price. Young. Motivated. The architect that built that sweet-ass, passive solar home in Summit Park with his own hands. Yes, him. Chris and his


Beauty of a Bungalow

List Price: Sold Neighborhood: Liberty Park Property Profile: 2,168 sq. ft. | 3 bed, 1.5 bath Our Opinion: Oh, how we love a classic Liberty Park bungalow with a touch of quaint, southern charm. This location is a doozy, and the porch (the roof of which is


Historic Homes Tour | Ivy League Stuff

It’s that time of year again: all ye history buffs and residential architecture junkies–really, anyone with a touch of curiosity–can get your annual fix of some tasty and historically respectful architecture and design. The Historic Homes Tour (the 44th annual, if you can believe it)


1604 South 600 East

List Price: Sold Neighborhood: Liberty Park Property Profile: 1,526 sq. ft. | 4 bed, 1 bath Our Opinion: This here’s a classic, Liberty Park bungalow, with a few nice bright updates worth cheering about. The curb appeal is very real; get a look at that


Taqueria 27 | Guac This Way

There’s a buzz on our salty streets ’bout a new taco game in town, kids. SLC has its share of amazing, Mexican-inspired eateries, no doubt–but there’s always room for more, if you ask us. Enter Taqueria 27, a spot with some guacamole set to


Holladay Hip

List Price: Sold Neighborhood: Holladay Property Profile: 2,329 sq. ft. | 4 bed, 2 bath Our Opinion: A little slice of heaven in Holladay, and there’s sooo many things to love about this one. Tasty little mid-century remodel in one of the most convenient possible locales


UHF | Preservation in Motion

It’s that time of year once again. The brave defenders of our city’s sublime architecture are set to gather, to educate, to praise, and to celebrate. All in the good name of preservation, this year’s UHF Preservation in Motion conference has its sights set


Commonwealth Crackerjack

List Price: Sold Neighborhood: Foothill Property Profile: 1,672 sq. ft. | 4 bed, 1 3/4 bath Our Opinion: Save your tears, and just grab your cabinet guy. This isn’t a sob story of a home that’s been neglected; we can assure you, this one’s been loved


The Holladay Hook-up

Who doesn’t love a nicely-remodeled, mid-century peach in Holladay? No one. No one doesn’t love it. Our old pal, Mount Olympus, is looming high over this casa, which just happens to have some pretty great valley views. You know we can get down with


Vee-Vah-Che! | A Night Out

COLLECTIVELY, we’ve found ourselves airing on the classical side of our sweet city in recent months. For this, we can largely thank Crystal Young-Otterstrom and her founding efforts for a new brand of social delights. VIVACE is defined as “a group of people who