Between the horses and the single stoplight, those looking to live the rural lifestyle while staying near the city can find everything they need in Westpointe.
With downtown events a short drive away and plenty of stores even closer, it’s easy to see the perks of living in People’s Freeway.
Yalecrest benefits from mature trees, beautifully landscaped lawns, and the largest concentration of period revival English cottages, Spanish Colonials, French Normans, and English Tudors in Utah.
If you are one of the 14,000 people employed by the airport, or spot a plane jetting overhead and ‘adventure’ springs to mind, then Jordan Meadows is for you.
With a thriving population of native Spanish speakers and the most affordable homes in Salt Lake City, the Poplar Grove neighborhood is the perfect choice if you’re looking for a quiet, up-and-coming location close to downtown.
Want to live somewhere with a rich and detailed history? As one of Salt Lake City's older neighborhoods, Liberty Wells is a great choice for those looking for the cultural identity that comes from a location rooted in history.
Looking for the perfect neighborhood in Salt Lake? It just may be the East Bench.
Itching to get away? Salt Lake has some of the best ski resorts on the planet. Yet another reason why this city's tops and why you should see yourself at the top of the slopes.
Looking for the next new spot to live in Salt Lake City? Food, fun, and family are words that conjure up the Fairpark neighborhood, home of the Utah State Fairgrounds.
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.