Urban Living at its finest in Salt Lake City Homes
Salt Lake City Homes - City Creek - Urban Living at its Finest!
In 2008 the City Creek Project began with a view to rejuvenate the area by giving this proud city a worthy central district. Three years later and much of the project has been completed. With a price tag of around $3 billion, the project includes new retail units and up to 800 residential units, including Salt Lake City luxury real estate.
This 23 acre centre is due to open in March 2012 and is expected to draw over 10 million visitors every year and a shopping wonderland, decorated walkways and lush foliage around the many streams. Where there are visitors, facilities are a must! The new City Creek development in downtown Salt Lake City is going to be a destination for affordable plus luxury real estate, which in the past years has tended to be outside the heart of the city. This mixed-use development is absolutley one brilliant move to help further Salt Lake City housing.
Aside from the retail and residential developments, City Creek features a Performing Arts Center and many fine dining establishments. The entire area is architecturally designed to accommodate 21st Century living aesthetics including pedestrianized areas linked by covered bridges and even a beautifully flowing creek. Homes for sale in City Creek are and will be located in three residential only towers, with luxury penthouses likely to be beyond floors 17 and 18 in each building.
The finished vision is 80 retail stores built around Macy's and Nordstrom which are surrounded by 425 residential units, 111 units and a Harmon's grocery. The food court seats 1,000 from 11 kitchens and this is already up, running and open to the public. There will be a children's play area and the area is Wi-Fi enabled.
The TRAX light rail system will service the entire area and the property will be complete with ample underground parking. So, whether you live in a Holladay Home, Salt Lake City Home, Bountiful Home, Park City Home, Draper Home, Sandy Home, Herriman Home, Riverton Home, South Jordan Home, West Jordan Home, Alpine Home or Murray Home, you will have easy access to this enjoyable new attraction.
Property Reserve, Inc. is the commercial real estate division of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. City Creek Center is Property Reserve’s brainchild and the result of a partnership with Taubman Centers, Inc. Just imagine a glamorous “open-air” design intended primarily for pedestrian traffic. Salt Lake City is becoming more and more walkable, with six acres of green space, fountains, and a lingering stream.
If you're looking to move to this swanky new Urban area of Salt Lake City, condominiums in Richards Court, The Regent and Promontory studios start at $150,000, one bedroom at $255,000, two bedrooms at $370,000 and the penthouses and other uber luxury units coming in around $1.5million.
City Creek, Salt Lake City, Utah is a combination of downtown Urban-style living with an outdoor earthy feel.
Call us for more information on the Beautiful, new City Creek development!
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