‘Fall’ has descended. Despite recent Summer-like temps suggesting otherwise, the not-so-distant mountains blush with magnificent Autumnal hues, forewarning of Winter’s onslaught and our tendency to retreat indoors and hibernate.Broadway Park Lofts (BPL) is Downtown Salt Lake’s mixed-use urban development, brimming with stylish functionality, eco-conscious design and convenient location. (Think space saving staircases, indoor/outdoor automatic garage doors and rooftop terrace views across parks, the city, mountains and valley).The living at BPL is relatively easy and low-cost, with plenty to do and see. Utility costs are significantly reduced, transportation is either free or dirt-cheap and you have a veritable array of restaurants, cafes and bars within ear shot or a stone’s-throw-away (By The Glass, Caputo’s, Copper Common and Onion, Dopo Jazz Bar, Eva’s, Gracie’s, Kaufman’s, Market Street Grill, Martine, Pallet, Red Door, Takashi, The Rose Establishment and Whiskey Street are but a few on a forever burgeoning list).The Gallivan Center plays host to interesting weekly (and sometimes free or super cheap) happenings, while the Capitol Theater, Rose Wagner and Urban Lounge are reliable haunts for affordable ticketed events. If you prefer to stay closer to home during the cold spell, you and your newfound Broadway Park Loft friends/neighbors can gather at onsite Vive Juicery for cold-pressed healthy goodness, before spilling out into the combined conversation pit with fire and water feature to shoot the breeze. (Should the conversation, juice or smores supply wane, the illuminated, multi-storey ultra-modern water feature is quite the engineering marvel and talking piece).Don’t succumb to another antisocial season of uninspired TV programming/junk food binging over the cooler months. Get yourself Downtown.
Call or Text Mark Rogers on 801 808 8877 or firstname.lastname@example.org
to learn more about Broadway Park Loft’s vibrant lifestyle.
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