Richard Wolper, the founder of Mark 25 Development and Group of Companies, has been making waves in the real estate industry since 2011. His primary focus has been developing projects in the Park City, Utah area, and he has consolidated his twelve companies under the Mark 25 banner. Wolper has already achieved great success, having developed three highly successful multifamily units, with the Black Rock Ridge being one of the top-selling communities in the area for several years.
The Black Rock Luxury Condos are another prime example of Wolper's expertise in creating affordable luxury in convenient locations. The on-site Overlook Restaurant, pool, and cutting-edge workout facility make it a perfect option for buyers looking for top-tier amenities.
Wolper's latest project, Black Rock Mountain Resort, is a $300 million development with over two hundred units and an event centre with an NHL regulation-sized hockey arena. The resort aims to participate in the upcoming Salt Lake City/Park City Olympic bid for the 2030 or 2034 Winter Olympics. Black Rock Estates ("Wakara") has 133 single-family home sites and 48 townhome sites overlooking the Jordanelle Reservoir, the Uinta mountains, Deer Valley, and Mt. Timpanogas, which is another development soon to come.
Besides his passion for real estate, Wolper is also passionate about hockey. In 2016, he partnered with renowned hockey coach Paul Taylor to found the Utah Outliers, an elite Tier II junior hockey club that recruits talented hockey players worldwide. Wolper takes pride in sponsoring and managing the team and helping players use their skills to secure good college, university, and pro hockey careers.
Wolper's generosity extends beyond hockey. He donates to charities such as the local Jewish Chabad and the Park City Disability Center. When time permits, Wolper also enjoys playing golf.