Have You Heard?
It’s a new daybreak
Daybreak is still right here in South Jordan, nicely accessible both to downtown Salt Lake and Silicon Slopes. And yet Daybreak is also evolving. With new homes and new kinds of homes. And with all sorts of exciting new experiences. Art and music. Commerce and cuisine. Nature and culture. Amazing soon-to-be features like the Watercourse canal network and the Spoke bike adventure park. New ways of playing, learning and healthy living. One good thing, then another. And another.
The Villages of Daybreak
A Growing Tapestry
Daybreak is a place of many places. Some brand new. Some beautifully mature. Some closer to the water. Some closer to eats and boutiques. Then there’s Downtown Daybreak, just beginning to emerge. Come find your place.
The Villages of Daybreak
A Growing Tapestry
Find your daybreak
Daybreak is a place of many places. Both brand new and beautifully mature. Some closer to the water, some closer to eats and boutiques. Then there’s the emerging Downtown Daybreak. Come find your place.Download Homefinder Map
Our first village on the other side of Mountain View Corridor brings all-new home styles together with a big park and a neighborhood café and pool.Learn More
Our newest 55+ village is all about fresh. With a fresh notion of the good life. A fresh new pool and clubhouse. And a bouquet of fresh home designs by Oakwood Life.Learn More
Heights Park Village
From here, it’s a short downhill bike ride to the lake. With an exciting new park coming soon and beautiful homes for families of all shapes and sizes.Learn More
One of Daybreak’s premier villages offers a variety of distinctive homes that take full advantage of their exclusive location on the shores of Oquirrh Lake.Learn More
One of Daybreak’s premier villages offers a variety of distinctive homes that take full advantage of their exclusive location on the shores of Oquirrh Lake.Lake Village
Just for people age 55+. Think beautiful, easy-living homes, a private pool and clubhouse, and a short stroll to the lake and to the delights of SoDa Row.Learn More
South Station District
Today, your home in South Station will let you walk to light rail, good coffee and the U of U health center. And a new library and so much more is coming soon.Learn More
Bordered by 360º of Oquirrh Lake shoreline, this intimate neighborhood pairs exceptional homes with the ambiance and experiences of an island retreat.Learn More
Trax Light Rail
Daybreak has two light rail stations on the TRAX South Jordan line.
It’s a smooth, fast, stress-free way to get from Daybreak to downtown and points in between.
With Biscotts Bakery & Café here on the premises, you have a delicious way to learn about all the new thinking we’re pouring into the Upper Villages.Get Directions
Lake Cottage Info Center
Where better to explore the opportunity to own a new home in Lower Villages, Downtown Daybreak or The Island than right on the shores of Oquirrh Lake?Get Directions
Daybreak has two light rail stations on the TRAX Red Line. Giving you a fast and stress-free way to get from Downtown Daybreak to Salt Lake City to the University of Utah main campus.See the Trax Light Rail Schedule
Shop & Dine
What’ll You Have?
Coffee or chai? Fresh-baked or farm-to-table? With a touch of Korean spice or a side of sports pub energy? Then again, maybe you need a new top. Or just a little off the top.
Really good schools are rare. So living really close to a really good school is a rare privilege. With three public K-6 schools, a public K-9 charter and a public 6-12 academy — all of them top-ranked — Daybreak is the perfect choice for smart families.
Two light rail stations. Two miles of frontage on the Mountain View Corridor. A half-hour or closer to downtown Salt Lake, SLC International Airport, and Silicon Slopes. No wonder almost 50 businesses are already here, from local eateries to a multinational e-commerce corporation. And more are on the way.
“We’re on the water, on a trail. We’re close to SoDa Row so we can just walk home after a concert. It’s the center of everything.”
“My friends on social media always comment on the fun things we do here.”
“It’s OK to be different here. The houses are all a little different. We have artists.”