The Marmalade Historic District is a small, triangular area just west of Capitol Hill. It is named for the fruit-bearing trees and plants that were planted there by its early residents and is distinguished from every other neighborhood in Salt Lake City by narrow, angular streets, reminiscent of San Francisco. The district is celebrated as a uniquely diverse neighborhood, rooted in a mix of historic charm and well-preserved character. As Salt Lake City’s oldest neighborhood, the homes found here are reflective of the pioneers who settled over a century ago, Vernacular and Victorian.
Today, the Marmalade Historic District features an abundance of residences, condos, and estates featuring a wide variety of architectural styles.