Tucked away between the historic Yalecrest and Sugar House neighborhoods lies one of the smallest, but well celebrated areas of the city; 15th & 15th. The area is known for its tight-knit community where neighbors are known as friends.
Comfortable local establishments like Mazza, Finca, Tulie Bakery, and Tony Caputos make up a rare commercial node along 1500 East and offer some of the best local dining in the city; while The King’s English Bookshop and 15th Street Gallery are celebrated for their ongoing support of local authors and artists in the region.
The Westmoreland Place Subdivision was laid out in 1913 and is the city’s newest local historic district. It remains one of the most intact collections of architecturally significant bungalows and period cottages in Salt Lake City. Other subdivisions in the neighborhood include Tudor style homes ideal for the young family or empty nester looking to purchase a home with deep historical roots.