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Ever Thought About A Second Home Or Relocation To Salt Lake City?

When people think of Salt Lake City, they usually think of the Mormon Church. The truth is that the city has so much more to offer. Whether you’re looking for the outdoors, restaurants, bars, or museums, Salt Lake City has it all. It isn’t as monolithic as people think, there are diverse neighborhoods where people from other countries mingle with artists and musicians. There is good food, good people, and so many activities. Read on for reasons to take the plunge and move to Salt Lake City.

The Neighborhoods

One of the most enticing parts about Salt Lake City is that there are so many neighborhoods where you can find home. While Downtown is full of professionals, bars, nightlife, and restaurants, it is just the beginning or what the city has to offer.

Central City is full of outdoor attractions and has a college town atmosphere. There is a leash-free dog park called Herman Franks, the Gilgal Sculpture Garden, and Liberty Park. This is also where you’ll find the most eclectic display of international food. It is a great place if you are looking for a diverse neighborhood that is also family-friendly.

Sugar House is an artisanal district where there are boutique shops, record stores, and local artisans. With art galleries, book stores, and a business district, the center of the neighborhood is Sugar House Park, a gorgeous nature area of over 100 acres.

Perhaps the hippest neighborhood is Capitol Hill, where there are incredible views of the city. Restaurants have rooftop bars and the architecture is diverse. There are Gothic and Victorian homes, and some of the best hiking around.

Finally, University is where the University of Utah hosts 30,000 students. The neighborhood has clubs, bars, and restaurants. While part of University has a professional vibe, there are also small stores that preserve a counter-cultural atmosphere.

Affordability

Salt Lake City is without a doubt one of the most affordable midsize cities in the country. It is much more reasonably priced than most big cities in the United States. Whether you are looking to live in the city or in the suburbs around it, there are so many affordable options to make a home or lay the foundations for a family. Salt Lake provides some of the best ways to combine a nice place with so many activities around the area. Another great way to save money when you are moving to Ski City is to find furnished apartments Salt Lake City where you don’t have to worry about buying furniture.

Activities

There is no shortage of awesome things to do in Utah. The outdoors are perhaps the most central activity in the state. It is a very enticing reason to move to Ski City. There are so many things to do in the area beyond the outdoors. In Granary there is a lineup of gastropubs. It is a brewery district where you can grab all kinds of craft beers. In Downtown there’s a farmer’s market where you can find local produce and food stalls. There are museums, book stores, all kinds of parks and green spaces. You won’t ever get sick of living in the city or going out to the mountains.

Central Location

If you are a traveler for business or pleasure, Salt Lake City is in the middle of the country. Flights to anywhere are shorter than flying from coast-to-coast. You aren’t very far from Denver or Las Vegas, driving to other cities is fairly accessible. When you live in Salt Lake, you can drive down to Southern Utah and Northern Arizona to hike and camp. Ski City is close to the mountains and all the things you can do there.

There are limitless reasons to pack up and move to Salt Lake City. It is affordable, with so many great neighborhoods. It also has a central location, as well as restaurants and bars galore. You’ll find so many friendly people. Salt Lake City is a great place to get interested in some property while laying down the foundations for a family. Not only is Salt Lake a perfect place to plant roots, it provides a peaceful setting for starting a new life. However you look at it, Salt Lake City is an awesome place to move.

Ryan Beitler is a journalist, writer, and travel blogger known for writing for Paste Magazine, The Slovenia Times, numerous travel sites, and more.

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