As one of Salt Lake City’s oldest neighborhoods, Sugarhouse was established in 1853 by early Mormon settlers. Named for the sugar beet farms that dotted the area, the neighborhood has gone through many colorful phases in its lifetime. It now hosts Sugarhouse Park, 110 acres and the largest of SLC's urban parks.
The colorful bungalows and Victorian homes on tree-lined streets make for beautiful Sunday strolls. A variety of area restaurants, bars, breweries and shops call Sugarhouse home and draw a vibrant crowd for good food and entertainment.
This enclave is very popular with young professionals, as well as families with a desire for more of an urban living lifestyle due to a great selection of quality public schools - including five public elementary schools, two middle schools, and Highland High.
Proximity to the Interstate 80 is a plus, offering the best of both worlds – urban feel, walkability, and unparalleled freeway access to the outdoors for weekend warriors.