List Price: Off Market
Property Profile: Two- to three-bedroom units | 1,603 to 2,679 sq. ft.
The former Sterling Building had a dramatic makeover in 2011, and the old charm remains with many of the original architectural elements. The building’s simple, outstanding facade features white brick, classically-arched windows, and industrial-style, metal paneling with exposed bolts. Parking lots flank both sides, giving the structure plenty of space to breathe. 5 total floors include 3 of lower-level commercial space and 2 of upper-level residential living. Residential units feature perks like high ceilings, large windows, and private glass/metal balconies. Added bonus: a rooftop terrace with incredible views of downtown SLC. Resident parking is underground, and there’s easy access to Trax [1/2block] and I-15 [under 2 miles]; that said, with live/work spaces available, you should save yourself the daily commute. The historic Broadway Theatre is just north, and the location is tops for foodies; Eva, Takashi, Market Street Grill, Beehive Tea Room, and a plethora of others are all within a couple of blocks. Those too hungry to walk also win — Sicilia Pizza is on the first floor. City life, city work…we found your sweet spot.