I’m in the middle of trying to find a nice little home in Salt Lake City and don’t think I’ve ever seen the words ‘bungalow’ or ‘rambler’ so much in my life. Many (not all) of the places here are run down, beat up, smelly, oozing with latent mold and lead issues, and very expensive. There’s not much in the way of modern or contemporary offerings either, but there’s a small community of developers starting to turn that around. For example, if we were in the position to buy, we’d go after this place being developed by Blue Conservancy called Rowhaus.
Located at 1130 South West Temple, Rowhaus is a community of 24, 3-story, townhouse-style condominiums. With prices starting at $299,000, Rowhaus is one of the nascent green offerings in the urban housing market here in Salt Lake City. Some of the green features include the following: quiet, insulated concrete partition walls; large, thermally broken operable windows in all rooms; Energy Star appliances; and two minute walk to rail transportation. Each unit is about 2,000 sf, with separate 2-car garages and a private yard. Also, from what I understand, Blue Conservancy is a Salt Lake City Green certified business. Nice.
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