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Over the last decade, the Toronto-based developer known as the Talisker Corporation has taken Park City by storm, infusing its signature style and service with a growing array of private and public offerings, including luxury living in three gated communities.


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, 7,200 feet above sea level, features 675 homesites that surround an 18-hole golf course designed by Masters champion Mark O’Meara. At a slightly higher elevation of 7,800 feet, Empire Pass at Deer Valley Resort allows homeowners ski-in, ski-out convenience from 550 single-family homes, townhomes and condominiums. And, for a true eagle-eye view, perched 8,900 feet atop Deer Valley’s Flagstaff Mountain, Red Cloud envelops 30 secluded homesites that also allow residents access to not just one or two but seven ski lifts. All three developments have homes available for purchase. But with prices ranging in the millions, you’d better have a well-padded pocketbook. After all, luxury comes with a hefty price tag. Of course, if you’re willing to shell out the big bucks for a Talisker home, why not go the full monty — and tap an entire lifestyle through club membership? A $100,000 deposit (which can be built into the purchase price of your home if you wish) and annual dues of around $9,000 open the door to exclusive restaurants, clubhouses, outdoor adventures, the Wildstar Rangers program for kids and, for Red Cloud residents — the 35,000-square-foot spa at Deer Valley’s residential Montage.

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If you’re not quite into the home-ownership idea and you’re more the vacation type, no worries — you can still partake in the perks (and luxuries) of Talisker. In 2008, the company extended its reach to the public by purchasing Canyons Resort, adding millions of dollars in upgrades, including a heated chair lift (we can’t express enough what a lovely amenity this is). It also opened Talisker on Main, a dinner venue run by veteran chef John Murcko that offers the perfect menu combination of dishes you’d find at Talisker’s private clubhouses. And all we can say about this restaurant is that, after your meal, you may find yourself willing to relocate to Park City, if for no other reason than to dine here every night. One bite of the scrumptious crab hush puppies or spice-fried chicken breast (served with a to-die-for honey-butter biscuit), and you’ll be sold. We promise. www.taliskerclub.com