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SoDa Row village center puts shopping and dining just a stroll or short bike ride from home. Even better, the shops, restaurants and services of SoDa Row are fresh and, for the most part, locally grown. And the whole atmosphere is colorful and outdoorsy. Think classic neighborhood retail district, but with a funky modern twist.
Where should we go for dinner? That simple question sparked the inspiration for a new restaurant opening at SoDa Row this Spring. Chef Jen Gilroy, well known for her award-winning Salt Lake City restaurant Meditrina, recently moved to the suburbs and quickly realized that she missed the food scene that flourishes in downtown Salt Lake […]Read more
Holiday shopping, sweet treats and a day out with your girlfriends are all in store at the Oh Sweet Sadie Art & Gift Show. The Holiday Show will return to its usual spot on SoDa Row (11274 S. Kestrel Rise Road) and will be here for three weeks. November 28th & 29th December 5th & […]Read more
The Southwest corner of Salt Lake County has seen significant and rapid population growth over the past several years. With Daybreak now in it’s 10th year, there are nearly 4,000 households and over 13,000 residents in Daybreak alone, not to mention the growth that has occurred with other new home communities in the surrounding area. As the area begins to mature, […]Read more
Once again South Jordan has earned the #18 slot on Money Magazine’s 2014 list of Best Places to Live in America. Daybreak was recognized for its energy-efficient homes, its growing commercial district–SoDa Row that has brought in a variety of shops and restaurants, as well as the creation of outdoor recreation areas in the community including more than […]Read more
It’s exciting when a business opens in Daybreak, especially when that business shares our enthusiasm for outdoor recreation. eSpokes, is a unique bike shop dedicated to providing the entire family with an outstanding bike experience. A few weeks ago, eSpokes hosted its grand opening celebration that included BYU’s Cosmo and the U of U’s Swoop, free […]Read more
Let’s face it, Daybreak is built for biking. The homes are mixed right in with all sorts of things that make life simpler and more flavorful. Community gardens and good schools. Places to shop. Restaurants, offices, swimming pools, tennis courts, sports fields, parks, parks and more parks. All connected by more than 30 miles of […]Read more
Building a lake house is a dream. It makes one think of big porches, picture windows, breezeways, and sparkling water. It conjures images of a home where indoors and outdoors flow together seamlessly. And where the scene is constantly reinventing itself before your eyes—depending on the time of day and the season of the year. […]Read more