We know you will enjoy our great state because over the past decade we have relocated hundreds of professionals like yourself and we are yet to hear of one client who is unhappy with their move. As real estate professionals who specialize in assisting medical professionals find their new home here are 2 of the initial questions we get about our state's capitol: Salt Lake City.
What are the ingredients that make people love a neighborhood? Is it the proximity to work or the endless recreation possibilities? Is it the restaurants and shops that are local favorites? Could it possibly be the parks and the schools or even the views and the tranquility? What about the neighborhood’s history and charm? Could the affordability and cost determine a great neighborhood? If you have ever bought a home these are factors that have probably influenced your decision. The Utah Cribs Real Estate Team is proud to show you our Ten Favorite Neighborhoods for Physicians in Salt Lake County. Each of these neighborhoods are different and attract differing lifestyles and personalities, and as a result we are confident that as you relocate to Utah, one of these will match exactly what you are looking for. Don’t believe us? Give this article a read and then come try us. You will be surprised at what Salt Lake has to offer you.
Salt lake cities original neighborhood, and was first known as "the dry bench" because it lacked water until 1908.
Federal Heighs gets its name from 1896 when the Federal Government established Fort Douglas in the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains above Salt Lake City in order to keep an eye on the settlers.
Squished between sugarhouse propper and Yalecrest is the St. Mary's neighborhood. Featuring a small shopping complex and FinnMc Cools Irish Pub its centerally located and hard to beat.
Sugar House home of the highest ranking schools in SLC, while being named Sugar House in the late 1850's due to creating a refinery for sugar from beets grown in the area. Now one of the hippest areas of the valley.
Is Utah's newest city established November 3, 2015! The Millcreek township was established in 2002 to give residents more local control and prevent annexations by neighboring cities.
Bountiful was Utah's second settlement after Salt Lake City. It was known as both Sessions Settlement and North Canyon Ward before being named Bountiful in 1855.
Throughout Emigration Canyon, there are several historic markers designating camps, trail markers and milestone where the Mormon Pioneers passed while on their way to the Salt Lake Valley.
Since 1920 miners in Park City used underground trains and shafts to gain access to the mountain for skiing. Aerial trams were converted into chairlifts, and there are still more than 1k miles of mine workings and tunnels beneath the ski slopes.