Sugar House / Sugarhouse
Sugar House was named for the sugar beet factory that was to be opened in 1850. The factory never opened but the name stuck!
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Homes ranging from bungalow beauties, elegant Victorians and rambling Ranch homes make up the housing landscape. Most houses here were built between 1900 and 1930, with newer neighborhoods being built throughout the 1950’s and 60’s. You’ll find occasional new homes - often because people that live in Sugar House love it so much they build-on, build up or build anew.
Mature tree lined streets embrace the well-established neighborhoods here. Natural beauty is a priority in this area, which carries into the walking areas and business district.
Sugar House and the surrounding areas are the most requested by buyers in Salt Lake County and by new comers moving to Salt Lake. Discover why it’s so coveted, drive the streets, visit the schools and walk the streets – it feels instantly like home.
Loving the newly transformed District at 21st? Reviving the center of town that housed so many great businesses in past has created a new home for businesses, both new and old faithful. Your favorites and something for everyone is here; Whole Foods, Tsunami Sushi, Barnes & Noble, quick food, good coffee and the Sugarhouse Liquor Store and so many more.
A family has many choices for education with a variety of public, charter and private schools.
Looking to the future, Sugar House has made their green space a priority, with efforts to reduce pollution and increase accessibility on the modern streetcar. The “S Line” connects the business district to TRAX. Alongside the S Line runs a greenway, part of Parley’s trail that continues through Sugar House Park.
Sugar House Park is the heart of this community, over 100 acres of green hills, trails, ponds, picnic tables, and playgrounds. A popular place to run, roller blade, bike or enjoy a picnic while taking in the scenic views. The Park hosts a walk or run almost every weekend in the summer. Parley’s Trail will connect Sugar House Park to Hidden Hollow, a 3 acre natural reserve along a section of Parley’s Creek. This creek continues through Sugar House Commons shopping area, it’s a peaceful place to relax, read or dine with friends.
Across from the Sprague Library, in a beautiful 1928 English Tudor style building, you’ll find the new (and first in SLC) Wasatch Brew Pub. “We are absolutely thrilled with this new location” says Doug Hofeling, COO. “Sugarhouse is growing by leaps and bounds with multiple residential and retail spaces coming on-line and the energy of the area is amazing. With the link to the ‘S’ line, in addition to the general walkability of the neighborhood, it is the perfect spot for our newest pub.”
Sugar House Farmers Market. Opening in July, at Sugarmont Plaza on Highland Drive just off 21st south.
The Food Truck League hosts a Food Truck Roundup beginning in May on Monday nights, along with live music.
The newly remodeled (WOW) Cinemark Theater will treat you right with extra-wide, reclining chairs and love seats!
Independence Day at Sugar House Park, historically draws a crowd of 30 thousand for fireworks. Despite the lack of city funding, the party lives on through generosity of local businesses and community residents. A cool way for the community to join together in celebration of an event we all love.
Homes in the area sell quickly for about 96% of the list price. You’ll find what you’re looking for here, but plan to see everything in your price range and stay on top of the daily inventory if you’re serious about buying. You’re going to find everything from new trendy condos, Bungalows with 3 to 4 bedrooms and of course grander, larger homes if that’s on your list.
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