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Corigan Kushma corigan@cityhomecollective.com 435.770.8783 Corigan has landed in our circle with a background laden in travel and varied efforts. A former wild-land firefighter/model/archeologist, among other things, she attained a real estate license as a direct result of interest in real estate law. A certified negotiations expert, Corigan wields a good bit of COLLECTIVE clout, but we’re also smitten with her passion for historic preservation, adaptive re-use, and sustainable building practices. A top producing agent, her vast catalog of skills can be reduced to a savvy ability to identify with client needs, be they in residential or commercial capacities. Translation: smooth, seasoned sailing for your transaction.
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Hathenbruck | Hot Damn

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Salt Air | Rise & Rally

We really have the world here in our little valley, friends. Towering, breathtaking mountains. Unique and strangely beautiful lakes. The barren, ghostly desert of the Salt Flats and deep, trout-filled rivers flowing down our ridiculously amazing [and plentiful] canyons. We have an extremely diverse


CUAC | Critical Mass

The contemporary art scene is flourishing in Salt Lake City, thanks to a myriad of good humans and resolute artists. For the record, we’re jazzed as hell about it. Much of the ‘thanks’ for this can be directly straight to local artist, Adam Bateman,


State of the City | Salt Air

Many of us may feel relatively helpless in regards to our city’s air-quality problems. Warranted enough, but all is not lost. We’ve got two bits of happy news. 1) SLC has a bad-ass for a Mayor, and 2) he’s tossing out some actual solutions


Capitol Hill Const. | Good Neighbor

Take a little winter walk down 100 South, between 8th and 9th East, and you’ll find an intriging and curious space tucked neatly between homes and apartment buildings. It’s historic in form, but bright clean modernism shines through the big storefront windows. Tough to


The Weekenders | Lava Love

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Future in Frontin’ | Climbing Club

For those few of you that may be unaware, you’re living in one of the world’s rock climbing meccas. The surrounding canyons have world class, climb-able rock, and many residents of Salt Lake are here for precisely that reason. Obviously, residents love getting a


Brentwood | Roomy Residence

List Price: Sold Agent: Corigan Kushma Neighborhood: Foothill Property Profile: 2,966 sq. ft. | 7 bed, 4 bath Our Opinion: You know we love those mid-century bones. Original oak floors, giant corner windows, and sliding glass doors mean plenty of natural light and views


Life in Your Space | Teaser

You’ve already met Hasen and Teri, our beloved ‘fresh mint limeade’ team. Well, since their thirst-quenching efforts have really taken off, they’re headed elsewhere to bottle the stuff we so desperately crave on those farmer’s market mornings. We’re sad to see ‘em leave SLC,


The May-borhood

Fun fact for  SLC mid-century buffs: there are 14 original, prefab, Cliff May-designed homes nestled into the hillside of Olympus Cove. Fun fact for those unfamiliar with the name Cliff May: he was a California architect, known as the ‘Father of the California Ranch


Modern Chair | Dang

Our hats off to everyone who entered The Modern Chair Competition last Friday at Mod-a-go-go; let it be known that we were COLLECTIVELY impressed by the caliber and craftsmanship of the entrees. Our own founding father, Cody Derrick, had the tough job of discerning