Over the last few weeks of the stay safe orders to combat Covid-19, we’ve missed being out with our neighbors in person, but have been super grateful for the sense of community we’ve still been able to feel here in SunCrest. Whether it’s friendly waves, online check-ins, the countless random acts of love for our medical workers, elderly, and other residents, we’re feeling how special SunCrest really is.
All these good vibes made us want to throw a big pizza party to celebrate the good, but how could we do that while maintaining our social distance to slow the spread of Coronavirus? We reached out to a business owner who’s a SunCrest resident (and veteran) and found a solution that provides the biggest pizza party our community has seen—the #suncrestpizzaparty!
Thanks to everyone who signed up for a pizza, and to those who instead donated theirs to the Utah Food Bank.
Huge shoutout to SunCrest residents and business owners Kevin and Christa Hutchinson for the perfect execution of preparing and wrapping nearly 100 pizzas!
Next time you’re in the mood for a pizza, visit them Murray at 659 W 5300 S or 900 E 5692 S.
SunCrest, thank you for continuing to rally for yourselves, your neighbors, and your community. Day by day, slice by slice, we’ll get through this.
4th Quarter Utah Market Report
- The number of homes for sale in the final quarter of the year was 14.4% lower than in the same period a year ago and 21.3% lower than the third quarter of 2019.
- The average home price in the region continued to rise in the fourth quarter, with a year-over-year increase of 9.5% to an average of $403,186.
- Inventory levels remain low, even in the face of modestly increasing market time.
Wondering what this may mean if you’re looking to buy or sell? The market looks different throughout the year so you’ll need a season-specific game plan. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have.
Wow – this was our biggest year yet! The continued generosity and support from our community to our annual Warm Winter Clothes Drive is nothing short of amazing. Your donations (hundreds of items!) benefitted The Family Support Center’s Midvale Life Start Village, a non-profit that provides housing and self-sufficiency program for homeless parents in Salt Lake County. Every item you gave will help someone stay a little warmer this winter.
We are moved by the personal stories you shared with me and Robyn. You told us about special trips to stores to buy items, making items when you’re able to find a minute or two, or saving stuff in basements, closets, and garages throughout the year for this drive and it always touches our hearts. We are so grateful for your continued partnership and support.
Shout out to the SunCrest OA for allowing donations to dropped off at the clubhouse.
With all the gratitude we have, THANK YOU.
This week, we attended the grand opening of the highly anticipated SunCrest Park. The SunCrest park is nearly six acres. It features a 1/4 mile, walking path, playground, two pickleball, courts, and a pavilion. It is such a welcomed addition to our wonderful community. Check it out!
Thanks to everyone who came out to the pool opening party. We love spending summers at the SunCrest pool!
SunCrest Sledfest was a blast. Thanks to everyone for coming out!
- Location: Between Falcon Crest Court & Falcon Point Court.
- Drop by anytime between 9:30–11am.
- Hot chocolate, coffee, and donuts provided.
- All ages welcome (Don’t forget your sled!)
- Photos, photo bombers and selfies encouraged. #suncrestlifestyle
Hey SunCrest – This year’s snowfall was exceptional! With higher temps on the horizon, we want to see your best, errr…your worst pics of the year. From dogs walking over fences, buried yard art, to snowbanks bigger than cars, share your best-worst pic of the year.
To enter to win all you have to do is:
1. Post your best-worst pic from this years snowfall (Nov. 2018-Today) in SunCrest in the comments below <img src="https://mail.google.com/mail/e/1f447" alt="