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DOWNTOWN SLC

Eclectic, Walkable, Urban, Cultured

Housing

Housing

​Salt Lake City is a rare gem in housing - offering the quiet feel of suburban living while neighboring downtown and all the cultural opportunities the city offers. Contiguous to the metro area lies the Avenues Neighborhood - a hillside community loved for its historical charm and architecture. The tree-lined streets of the Avenues frame picturesque views of the Salt Lake City Capital. This is a walkable area near quaint local businesses, bistros, and cafes. 
 

Federal Heights Neighborhood is accessible through the Avenues Neighborhood and is composed of historical luxury homes on third to half acre lots, dense with established oak, maple, and pine trees. This area backs the University of Utah and the local business district on 200 S and 1300 E.
 

For those preferring urban living, Salt Lake real estate will not disappoint! There are several historical and modern condominium communities. Built in 2011, The Regent and 99 West are walkable to City Creek Mall and Main Street, a space abundant with posh city bars, fine dining establishments, and bistros. Broadway Lofts and Westgate Lofts are in the Redevelopment District of Salt Lake. These communities offer modern loft designs and historical architecture. This area is walkable to local restaurants, pubs, cafes, and to Liberty Park and the Salt Lake City Farmers Market.

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Community & Lifestyle

There are not many places where one can experience the opera, symphony, or ballet, and gorgeous hiking trails all within the same day. If you desire a life of culture, adventure, and leisure, Salt Lake City is the place for you. 


Downtown Salt Lake is a hidden metropolitan grace-land, hailed for its cleanliness, beauty, and historical architecture. Cultural opportunities include Eccles Theater, Ballet West, Utah Symphony, and Broadway Independent Film Center. Red Butte Gardens offer an outdoor amphitheater, nested within its rolling hills of color where the community gather to enjoy music from internationally celebrated artists.


Liberty Park is located directly on the outskirts of the metro area. This park offers a day of fun with all its many amenities, such as Tracy Bird Aviary, The Park Café, Liberty Burger Shop, tennis courts, swimming pool, paddle boats, Ferris-wheel, merry-go-round, children’s playground, and water area. This dog-friendly park is a favorite of the locals. There are an abundance of local restaurants, bars, and coffee houses walkable from Liberty Park.


The 9th and 9th Local Business District is walkable from Liberty Park. This popular social hub is loved for its boutiques, cafes, fine dining establishments, and yoga studio. Trolley Square, an old train station turned shopping and dining center, offers local restaurants, distinctive gift shops like Tabula Rasa, artisan vendors, yoga studios, Whole Foods, and designer furniture stores, Pottery Barn, and Restoration Hardware.

Dining

Dining Options

Local and international options are plentiful in downtown Salt Lake. Explore Main Street for posh bars and restaurants like, White Horse, Bodega, Whiskey Street, Eva, and Takashi Japanese Eatery and Sushi. Explore the Avenues for quaint pubs, bistros, and coffee houses such as, Avenues Proper, Cucina Italian, Wildwood, Sawadee Thai House, and Publik Coffee Roasters. Check out the university area for lovely outdoor dining at Porcupine Grill or The Pie Pizzeria. Skip down to 9th and 9th Local Business District for fine dining at Pago or visit 15th and 15th Local Business District for fine dining at Mazza Middle Eastern Cuisine, or Finca Spanish House. 

Please see our Dining Tab for links to local restaurants, bars and coffee houses

Popular Neighborhoods

  • The Avenues- walkable

  • Capitol Hill

  • Federal Heights

  • City Creek Condos – City Center/ walkable

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