Enjoy a slide show of the Salt Lake City City Creek Mall. City Creek has transformed living in Downtown Salt Lake City. What is your favorite part of The Salt Lake City City Creek Mall? Is it Nordstroms, The Blue Lemon, The Apple Store, The Microsoft Store, Macy’s, or Chico’s? Kathleen has two: Macy’s and Chico’s.
My favorite, the Blue Lemon.
The City Creek Center is a mixed-use development with an upscale open-air shopping center, office and residential buildings, fountain, and simulated creek near Temple Square in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. It is an undertaking by Property Reserve, Inc. (the commercial real estate division of the Corporation of the President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) and Taubman Centers, Inc.
The center integrates shopping and residential elements, with foliage-lined walkways and streams covering three blocks in the heart of downtown Salt Lake. The City Creek Center opened to the general public on March 22, 2012. This shopping, office and residential center encompass nearly 20 acres of downtown Salt Lake City. The City Creek Center is part of an estimated $5 billion sustainable design project to revitalize downtown Salt Lake City. The City Creek Center project itself has been estimated to cost around $1.5 billion.
We live a short walk from City Creek, even Harmons Grocery is a realistic walk or short drive away, the easterly building in the mall.
If you are in the hunt for a condominium in downtown Salt Lake City, you have a few great options. The most expensive are the City Creek Properties. Close by are my favorites for different reasons: American Towers, loaded with great amenities including racket ball courts, Trevi Towers, Zion Summit, The Garden Towers, Canyon Road Towers, and not far away is the awesome Governors House Condominiums.
Some like 99West and American Towers are right in the active part of town. For quit, pick Garden Towers, even Canyon Road Towers. sssssss