In some ways, Downtown Salt Lake is our newest neighborhood. Less than twenty years ago, developers started the downtown-living trend by converting old buildings into new, upscale condos as seen in the redevelopment of the Dakota Lofts and Broadway Lofts buildings. Pierpont and others followed suit along with more traditional condominiums like One and Nine filling in the borders of Downtown. 

With the large scale renovation of Main Street and construction of City Creek Center, more downtown development is in progress and still to come. From high-end shopping to residential towers, Downtown Salt Lake City is on the move. With new development feeding the arts and entertainment interests in Downtown, there is a renewed vibrancy to living and working in the Downtown area. Anchored by new and old restaurants and bars, and fed by the ease of public transportation, Downtown is in high demand again.