Housed within two separate but neighboring turn-of-the-Century buildings, the ‘Westgate Lofts’ development was formerly a warehouse and the original Deseret Industries building.
A mix of 71 for lease units (from Heritage-styled studio lofts to modern, three-bedroom penthouses with balconies) boast signature warehouse styling – concrete floors, ceilings and pillars, exposed ductwork, feature brick walls, gourmet kitchens and stainless steel appliances.
Westgate’s two buildings are linked by a small, secure, tree-lined communal courtyard and include a mix of parking (basement, secure above ground carport and open-air).
Onsite German bakery, Vosen’s provides coffee, deli goods, pastries and sandwiches to a loyal following. Irresistible smells permeate the foyer of the larger of the two buildings, luring many residents out from their abodes, as well as the ground floor design firm and eventual tenants of the currently vacant ground floor retail space. (Perhaps you’d like to set up shop with your own onsite business? Think of the time you’d save with zero commute).
Trang’s Vietnamese, La Barba (a.k.a. Salt Lake’s esteemed Charming Beard Coffee house) and Finca tapas are across the road, while The Rose Establishment coffee house, Pallet restaurant and DOPO Jazz Bar are around the corner).
Like Broadway Park Lofts, Westgate offers convenient access to public transport (a green share bike rank is right outside the complex, while bus stops and the Planetarium TRAX station are but a few feet away). Gateway Mall is around the corner and Downtown’s major attractions (City Creek Shopping Center, Salt Palace, Temple Square, Main Street, cafes and bars) are only one to three blocks away.
Westgate warehouse-styled lofts combine the charm of yesteryear with modern convenience and an idyllic location to get acquainted with Downtown Salt Lake City.
Call or Text Mark Rogers (801 808 8877) for a tour of available units.