The 9th & 9th area is one of Salt Lake City’s best kept secrets. Often considered one of the most walkable neighborhoods in the city, the 9th & 9th area attracts young successful individuals and families for the eclectic mix of classic residential and unique retail space. Plan on finding numerous different styles of homes in the area; Tudor, Prairie, Colonial, Spanish, and Modern. Here, the architecture is as diverse as the people.
The business district at the corner of 900 S and 900 E features several independent and locally owned stores and businesses. You can easily walk to restaurants like Vessel Kitchen, East Liberty Tap House and Pago, enroll in a yoga class at Centered Street Yoga, meet a friend for coffee at Coffee Garden, or see a movie at Tower Theater, Salt Lake City’s oldest, operating theater.
Every fall the neighborhood opens its doors for the annual 9th and 9th Street Festival with the intent to bring neighbors together. Locals from throughout the city converge to enjoy the eclectic mix of local art, entertainment, food, and music. The festival has become the most distinguishing event in the neighborhood, reaffirming the 9th & 9th area as a cultural hub.