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Move to the City Center

3/14/2017 | Candace Mau
cityhomeCOLLECTIVE

The center of any major city has always been, historically, where the party is at. The central hub was where government decisions were made, deals were struck, wildly-opulent mansions were built, and people from both sides of the wealth spectrum convened for a good time. The city’s center was akin to a bull’s eye, with rings of eateries and speak-easys circulating outward, and the citizens of the city were dispersed in a similar manner. This was the way of cities the world over.

salt lake city is no exception.

Yes, as our city has grown, there have been shifts towards the benches and to the north and south, but Downtown has always remained a hub of SLC life–so much so that two very distinct generations of locals are fighting for living space here. And we totally get it. Downtown hosts smaller, more easily maintained spaces with easy access to basically all that’s charming about SLC: restaurantscultural happeningscondo life, and–of course–those pretty little mountains. The truth is, the center of this city has been a huge part of what makes it so very special from the jump, and if you’re looking to snag your own piece of it, we highly suggest you move quickly. We at CHC happen to have downtown dialed, and we’d love to help you find your central space.

Give us a call. Let’s talk “home”.

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