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April 12, 2016

Tips for Finding Your Next Home

With all that is at stake when deciding your next housing move, nobody wants to make the wrong decision. There are lots to think about, so before you begin your online search or head out to drive your dream neighborhood looking for “For Sale” signs, we recommend you sit down first and make a list […]

April 11, 2016

New Little Free Library Locations in Daybreak

Daybreak hopes to spread the love of reading with the recent addition of four Little Free Libraries in the community.  The libraries look like little homes, some even mimic the architecture of homes built in Daybreak. Residents are encouraged to explore the community visiting the various libraries in search of a good book. Most of […]

November 11, 2015

New Daybreak School Coming 2017

The Jordan School District is scheduled to begin construction in the Spring of 2016 for the new elementary school in Daybreak’s Creekside neighborhood located near 10200 S. and Kestrel Rise Rd. The elementary school is slated to open Fall 2017. In addition to the elementary school, the District intends to build a middle school on the same parcel of […]

October 23, 2015

No Library Card Required At Little Free Library

Inspired by their love of reading the Shorr family has spent the last few weeks spearheading a campaign to add additional Little Free Libraries to the Daybreak community. What is a Little Free Library? Well, it’s a worldwide movement to promote literacy and the love of reading by incorporating free book exchanges in communities. No […]

June 24, 2015

Three Items To Add To Your House Hunting Checklist

Most people spend more of their monthly budget on their home than anything else. Yet, we tend to put up with so much that drives us nuts in our current home and neighborhood and it doesn’t help us solve the real problems we all grapple with everyday. If you’ve been keeping tabs on the economy, […]

June 22, 2015

A Sugar House Family Moves to Lake Village

Their friends had one question: why? Cathy and Garr Smith had lived in Salt Lake’s celebrated Sugar House neighborhood for 18 years. They loved the nearby shops and cafes. They loved the urban energy of the place. And they adored their quintessential brick Tudor. So why in the world were they moving to Lake Village […]

March 11, 2015

Extra Credit To Daybreak Schools

It’s time we give extra credit to Daybreak schools. From the beginning Daybreak has worked with school officials to develop neighborhood schools that are walk-able and part of each neighborhood’s identity. Neighborhood schools offer greater opportunities for volunteerism, and a higher level of engagement with the administration & faculty.  As a result, the schools in Daybreak are […]

March 06, 2015

5 Reasons Why Now is a Good Time to Buy a New Home

If thinking about the to-do list of projects around your home makes you want to cry, or you’d love nothing more than to wave goodbye to your landlord, then you’re in luck—now is a great time to buy a new home in Utah! Interest rates are historically low, qualifications for mortgages have loosened, there is […]

January 29, 2015

Winter Activities at Daybreak

Hit the trail. Sled down the hills. Cross Country ski around the lake. Strap on your snow shoes to explore nature. Or just hang out next to the fire pit in SoDa Row Village. We’re not sure exactly how many ways there are to enjoy the Utah outdoors. But we do know that even in […]

January 29, 2015

Early Light Academy Expanding

Early Light Academy, the K-9 public charter school located in South Station Village at Daybreak, is expanding for the 2015-2016 school year by adding one class per grade. The school plans to expand from 750 students to 1,000 students. To accommodate this expansion in enrollment, the school footprint is also expanding.  Early Light Academy will add a […]

January 29, 2015

Benefits of a Walkable Community

Could living in a walkable community help offset mental decline in seniors? Research conducted at the University of Kansas discovered that communities with places of interest close to home–such as parks, restaurants, shops & community gardens–motivate walking and can help stem mental decline. “Easy-to-walk communities result in better outcomes both for physical health–such as lower body mass […]

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