Rockstar Energy Founder Just Bought Utah’s Most Expensive Home

Rockstar Energy founder Russell Weiner just bought a ski home in Park City for $36.9 million, breaking Utah’s record for most expensive home sale. (Engel & Völkers Park City)

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PARK CITY — Russell Weiner, the billionaire founder of Rockstar Energy, just bought a Park City mansion for $39.6 million — breaking the record for the most expensive home sale in the state, the state said. real estate agent Engel & Völkers Paul Benson the wall street journal.

Monitor’s Rest, the 17,567 square foot private ski retreat has seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, and is located in the Colony ski-in/ski-out luxury gated community in White Pine Canyon at the ski resort of Park City. The estate is built on five acres on Monitor Bowl.

The living room of the ski house recently purchased by Russell Weiner was fully furnished, with bespoke furniture that was 3D modeled before being created.
The living room of the ski house recently purchased by Russell Weiner was fully furnished, with bespoke furniture that was 3D modeled before being created. (Photo: Courtesy of Engel & Völkers Park City)

Once you walk down the mansion’s heated driveway, you reach a covered porte-cochere and car lot that can accommodate up to 20 vehicles.

The list describes it as a “wellness house”, as it features the DARWIN Home Wellness Intelligence Network by Delos, which regulates circadian rhythm lighting to optimize dopamine and serotonin production and includes a premium air and water filtration system.

But it’s not even close to all the wellness amenities the house offers. It also has a 60-foot indoor and outdoor stainless steel swimming pool, wellness spa, world-class gym, Himalayan salt room, cold plunge pool, hot tub, steam room, ice fountain, infrared sauna. and a massage room.

Weiner's new Park City
Weiner’s new Park City “wellness home” features a 60-foot stainless steel indoor and outdoor pool, as well as a hot tub. (Photo: Courtesy of Engel & Völkers Park City)

The indoor sports court includes volleyball, basketball, and pickleball courts, and the house also contains a 70-foot rock climbing wall, golf simulator, bowling alley, laser projection system digital cinema, a full bar, pool table, ping pong tables, a floating fire pit, floor-to-ceiling motorized retractable glass walls and a panoramic tower to bask in the beauty of the mountain.

The house includes a Brunswick bowling alley.
The house includes a Brunswick bowling alley. (Photo: Courtesy of Engel & Völkers Park City)

Weiner is known for getting into real estate, buying and selling luxury homes across the country, including a Beverly Hills mansion previously owned by Madonna and a North Palm Beach Estate owned by Tiger Woods’ ex-wife, Elon Nordegren.

Luxury real estate developer Iluminus Group collaborated with CLB Architects, Design Workshop, Delos, Orsman Design and Magleby Estate Homes to design and build this home with Italian steel windows and doors, Croatian limestone, charred chypre Shou Sugi Ban and an all-copper roof. .

BLOK Studio in Poland created the visual presentation of the house during its development, and its staff considered it “one of the most amazing projects we have ever been involved in”, according to their websiterequiring hundreds of pages of documentation for the planning and 3D modeling of each custom piece of furniture.

“We really wanted to do something a little different in the Park City market, on par with what can be done for a high-end, legacy quality ski home,” David Ostrander, co-founder of the Iluminus Group , told the Wall Street Journal.


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Jenny Rollins is a Utah-based freelance writer and former reporter. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University and a master’s degree in journalism from Boston University.

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