Downtown Salt Lake City is a clean, active and vibrant place to live work, live or visit. Salt Lake City was designed in a grid system, with Temple Square being at the center sprawling out from there. Over the past decade billions of dollars have been spent in an effort to revitalize the downtown area. With recent developments in the downtown such as City Creek, several new condominium projects, high-rise office buildings and other recently constructed commercial projects and renovation, the downtown area has once again regained its luster and broad appeal. There are several unique shops and restaurants that are only found in downtown Salt Lake City.
City Creek which is located directly south from Temple Square, is one of the largest mixed-use developments in the United States with over 80 retail stores, several large high-rises, three high-rise condominium projects. City Creek is built on 23 acres of land spread across three city blocks in downtown Salt Lake City.
Transportation throughout downtown Salt Lake is made easy with multiple bus lines and a light rail system called TRA X. Within the downtown area there is currently no charge to ride the TRAX within the downtown area as long as you enter and exit within the free zone.
There are many condominiums for sale in the downtown area starting in the low to mid $100,000s (and rising fast) to well over $1 million.