Salt Lake City’s Gateway neighborhood, also referred to as Salt Lake’s Warehouse District, is located just west of downtown. The district started in the late 1800s as a stockyard for the city and decades later, attracted some of Salt Lake’s biggest companies. In recent years, the warehouses and historic buildings have been converted into residential and commercial properties, revitalizing the Gateway neighborhood. The historic look and feel has been preserved, while new properties have emerged.
Warehouse District Lofts, Peirpont Lofts, Westgate Lofts, Patrick Lofts, Broadway Lofts, and Dakota Lofts are all historic buildings that currently house some of the city’s most popular urban developments. Numerous local specialty stores, art galleries, and trendy restaurants inhabit the other unique warehouses in the district and border Pioneer Park to the South.
Pioneer Park hosts many events throughout the year, including the Downtown Farmer’s Market. These events attract thousands of individuals every year, helping shape the personality of the neighborhood.