Highland Park is located at the south end of Salt Lake City, and is separated from Sugar House by I-80 running east and west. A large part of the neighborhood sits within the 26-block Highland Park Historic District which was added to the National Registry of Historic Places in 1998 and where 97% of the homes date back to 1910-1940s. There are a few commercial buildings within Highland Park, along Highland Drive, Stratford Avenue and 2700 S, which provide local products and services to its residents. Stratford Proper is a great place to meet for brunch or dinner, and Native Flower Company is a premier source for fresh flowers in the Salt Lake valley.
Here’s a fun fact: East of 1300 E, most of the streets in Highland Park are in alphabetical order starting with Alden St., and going east to Preston St.