Neighborhoods

9th and 9th

Considered one of Salt Lake’s most walkable neighborhoods, 9th and 9th’s core is it’s retail node on the corner of 900 E and 900 S. Shops and restaurants rest among classic homes and you…Read More

Avenues

One of the oldest and most established neighborhoods in Salt Lake City, the Avenues boasts some of the most historic landmarks of Utah real estate. It’s home to the 100 year old Cathedral of…Read More

Downtown

Downtown Salt Lake City is on track to become one of the most vibrant metro areas in the nation. City Creek Center is a 20-acre, mixed-use development in the heart of Salt Lake. Upon…Read More

Marmalade

Salt Lake’s Marmalade Historic District, located on the west side of Capitol Hill is Salt Lake’s oldest neighborhood and still contains many original pioneer homes. The district and it’s streets are named for the…Read More

Rose Park

The Rose Park area is located in the northwest quadrant of the city and is bordered by I-15 and Redwood Road on the east and west, and 600 N. and the city limits on…Read More

Sugar House

Sugar House is a fairly large neighborhood established in 1853 and named after a sugar beet test factory built in the area by the Deseret Manufacturing Company. It is roughly defined by the boundaries…Read More

Warehouse District

Salt Lake’s Warehouse District, located just west of downtown is identifiable by several unique warehouses transformed in recent years to house modern lofts, eateries, art galleries, and specialty stores. Dakota Lofts, Warehouse District Lofts,…Read More

Yalecrest

Yalescrest, commonly referred to as Harvard-Yale, was formed in 1913, and includes 23 subdivisions in the area from 900 S to 1300 S and 1300 E to 1800 E. Over the years many business…Read More