Food, fun, and family are words that conjure up the Fairpark neighborhood, home of the Utah State Fairgrounds. Home to 2,800 households, the neighborhood around the state fairgrounds places carnivals and festivities in your backyard.
Get ready to experience one of the most underrated parts of Salt Lake City. While the Glendale neighborhood definitely has some important downsides to consider, it also offers incredible diversity, great parks, and top-notch access to the nearby airport and the downtown area. You’re also in for some quirky spots that give Glendale a personality all its own.
Living in Capitol Hill means beautiful views and a nice neighborhood. Though it’s almost entirely residential, the neighborhood is (of course) home to the beautiful granite Utah State Capitol Building, and it’s within walking distance of some of Salt Lake City’s best spots.
Want to live in East Central? Great pick! You’ll be living in one of the most colorful neighborhoods in Salt Lake City. There’s a little bit of everything here, from the small boutiques at 9th and 9th to the locally grown organic food at Liberty Heights Fresh. No two houses look alike, giving the area even more character.
Central City is a great choice for those who want to enjoy the action of downtown Salt Lake City at a lower cost than actually living there. Surrounded on all sides by Salt Lake City’s best features, residents are never far from whatever the mood calls for.
Salt Lake City is one of the best cities around for job opportunities, so it’s no wonder young couples are choosing to start their personal and professional lives here. Most of the city is relatively young (the median age is 30), but some neighborhoods tend to appeal best to young couples. Here are the 10 neighborhoods young couples favor above others:
Salt Lake City is a bike-friendly community, according to the League of American Bicyclists, which awarded the city a Silver rating in 2015. Just how bike-friendly, though, will depend a lot on which neighborhood you’re in.
Salt Lake City was recognized as The Gayest City by The Advocate in 2012, but don’t act so surprised. Salt Lake City has one of the highest LGBT populations among 50 metro areas in the nation, making it one of the most progressive cities in the state. And although LGBT people live all over the city, there are neighborhoods favored most by LGBT people for their sense of community and exceptional friendliness.
Cheap eats: is that even possible anymore? Most definitely. You don’t have to break the bank to have a good meal in Salt Lake City. Even better, you don’t have to settle for a junk food drive-thru either to stay in budget. Cheap, good, and fast has never tasted better, and these are the places where you can try it for yourself.
Salt Lake City has a delicious restaurant scene, but did you know it also boasts an active food truck community?
You’ll find food trucks selling everything from artisan waffles to fusion cuisine. The variety is endless. But knowing where and when to find these mobile eateries can sometimes feel like a goose chase, especially if you’re relying on word-of-mouth information.