Yes, we call it Capitol Hill because our magnificent Utah State Capitol building sits right in the heart of this highly desirable neighborhood. Panoramic views stretching across three counties make Salt Lake’s Capitol Hill one of the most desirable neighborhoods in the West.
Bustling with life and excitement, our downtown neighborhood is perfect for the contemporary who wants a walk-about lifestyle and the high energy of downtown city living.
The rich history of Salt Lake City dots the tree-lined streets of The Avenues. Here you can find homes that represent every era since the city’s beginnings in 1847. In The Avenues you will enjoy quiet serenity and the charm of homes ranging from brick bungalows to the Governor’s Mansion.
Highly sought after for its opulence, Federal Heights is the successful big brother of The Avenues. Meandering streets lead you to luscious landscapes and enrapturing architecture.
Business is abundant in this area of the Salt Lake Valley. Condo living and brick homes are abundant here and walkability makes this area highly sought after, as anything you want or need is within a few blocks of home.
This area was lovingly referred to as Central Park at its inception, because the original developer wanted to bring the ambiance and class of New York’s Central Park to Utah. Somewhat of a hidden gem, South Salt Lake is home to the most diverse population in all of Utah.
The talk of the town. Strong revitalization of this area is underway and the potential is endless. 9th South is a main commercial and retail street and meets seamlessly with tree lined streets and homes bursting with character.
Salt Lake City’s slice of Europe. Sandwiched between Harvard/Yale and Sugarhouse, the location alone has unquestionably made 15th & 15th one of the most highly sought after areas in the valley. This small slice of Salt Lake City is brimming with the warm charm of Europe. Neighborhood coffee houses, locally owned stores, family run shops, parks and a babbling creek make 15th and 15th an excellent choice.
Named for the prestige of our country’s Ivy League Universities, Harvard/Yale is a neighborhood of expansive estate-sized homes with architectural personality to rival any area in America.
One of The Urban Consortium’s favorite neighborhoods. This area is undergoing major downtown redevelopment making it a highly sought after neighborhood for modern business. Sugarhouse Park is more than a park, it’s an events center. Something is always happening here and thousands are scrambling to live near this beautiful outdoor space.
Encompassing the level area of SLC from State Street to 700 East and 1300 South to 2100 S. Liberty Wells is the perfect neighborhood for those looking to live in East Side SLC and enjoy the appeal of early 20th century bungalow homes at a more modest price.
Foothill runs along the base of the mountain and connects the University of Utah to the rest of the valley. This is an excellent choice for some of the 30,000+ students and professors who attend the U of U.
Bustling with the fervor of outdoor life, Canyon Rim is especially attractive to outdoor enthusiasts. Located in the elbow of the I80/215 interchange at the mouth of Parley’s Canyon with direct access to Utah’s premier ski destinations. Homes in this area were built from the late 40’s to early 60’s and provide larger homes and lots than Sugarhouse.
Generally considered to be east of Highland Drive, between 3300 South and 4500 South. Millcreek is densely rich in residents and would be Salt Lake Counties 5th largest city if it were incorporated.
Creeks, mountain views and expansive foliage are at the heart of Holladay. When here you truly feel like you are in a mountain paradise. These natural surroundings ensure a degree of privacy that can’t be found in any other SLC neighborhood. Within the iconic streets of Walker and Wander Lane you will find some of the most elegant and expansive properties in the valley. Holladay Village Center is undergoing beautiful revitalization which will continue to impact the growth and development of this area well into the future.
Nestled above the city in the crescent of the Wasatch Mountains. Olympus Cove has spectacular views in all directions and from this vantage point you are easily connected to the mountains and the city. Mid-Century modern homes are abundant in this eastside neighborhood.
Declared a National Historic Landmark in 1961 for its significance in Utah history, Emigration Canyon is the original route used by pioneers as they entered the Salt Lake Valley. This area is diverse and plentiful in state history, yet sparse in population. Residents here hope to keep the area from becoming too urban so that it can keep its spacious, mountain appeal.
Another of The Urban Consortium’s favorite neighborhoods. Country Club boasts some of the city’s best freeway access making it quick and easy to attend events at the U of U, find yourself in the canyons or enjoying the bustle of downtown.