For over a decade, Daybreak has been Salt Lake’s #1 place to buy a new home. The question is, why? What is it about Daybreak that makes it one of the best places to live in Utah? Ask five different people and you’ll probably get twelve different answers. But we think it all adds up to this: every facet of Daybreak has been thoughtfully considered and carefully crafted to make your day better. It’s that simple.
If you’re relocating to Salt Lake City, it’s good to be in a place that gives you ready access to the whole Salt Lake Valley.
40 mins to downtown Salt Lake
30 mins to Silicon Slopes technology district
Well connected via TRAX light rail and the Mountain View Corridor
The wonderful thing about a new home in Daybreak is how close it is to all kinds of things that aren’t homes. Living here means being able to walk or bike to restaurants, boutiques, salons, community gardens, parks, a lake … well, the list goes on and on. And the whole place is criss-crossed by walking trails and bicycle highways. So leg-powered travel is not only possible but highly pleasurable. It’s sort of an old-fashioned town lifestyle. Except your home is brand-new.
People who visit Daybreak for the first time are often impressed by its beauty. The authentic architecture. The big front porches. The freshwater lake. All the parks and trails and nature. But each of these elements is intended to serve a deeper purpose: to bring people together. This is a place where diversity is considered one of the community’s greatest assets. And where a true spirit of community runs deep. Daybreak even has a non-profit organization, LiveDAYBREAK, whose sole purpose is to create events and activities where residents gather to enjoy art, music, food … and each other.
This is a place of many places. With a variety of different villages, different homebuilders and literally dozens upon dozens of different home designs — from urban-inspired townhomes to lakeside luxury homes — Daybreak lets you choose exactly how you want to live. And if you need to move sooner than later, we have an amazing selection of new homes that are ready to go.
Despite all the homes, Daybreak is more about being outdoors than indoors. The lake is big. The trails are windy. The community garden plots are numerous. And the parks are, well, everywhere. But wait, there’s more. In our Upper Villages, we’re creating the Watercourse — an interconnected series of waterways that will let you paddle all around the neighborhood.
Daybreak is already home to seven different schools. Some are public, part of the acclaimed South Jordan School District. Some are charter. All are top-notch. And because they’re right in Daybreak, most kids in the community are able to walk or bike to school. How smart is that?
Here’s the thing about Daybreak. As diverse and interesting and energized and charming as it is today, it’s only getting more so in the months and years to come. For example, we’ve started on two new additions — Downtown Daybreak and the Watercourse — that will bring a whole new dimension to life here. The future looks bright indeed.
6172 W. Lake Avenue South Jordan, UT 84009 801.446.9022
Enjoy a croissant and a cup of chai in our combo information center-café. Then learn all about the Upper Villages and our newest thinking as you prepare to tour 14 model homes in Highland Park and six models in our newest 55+ village, Springhouse.
Take Bangerter Hwy. to South Jordan Pkwy (10400 S.). At the roundabout continue towards Lake Avenue. Follow Lake Avenue, look for signs to The Hub and Model Homes.
10491 S. Lake Avenue South Jordan, UT 84009 385.529.4741
Situated on the shores of Oquirrh Lake, this is where you explore the opportunity to own a new home in Daybreak’s beautifully maturing Lower Villages, including our emerging Downtown districts and our one-of-a-kind Lake Village and The Island.
From I-15 or Bangerter Hwy. go west on South Jordan Parkway (10400 S). From there follow the signs to the Lake Cottage Information Center.