Daybreak began as a bunch of ideas. To improve the whole notion of community. To find ways, big and small, to make each day more effortless, healthful and beautiful. At the beginning, some of the concepts for Daybreak seemed far-fetched. Like the notion of building a community around a large man-made lake. But it’s a funny thing about ideas. It may take a lot of work to bring them to fruition, but at some point, they take on a life of their own. They begin to create their own momentum. And if you stay the course, one day you stop and look around—and you’re amazed at the transformation that has taken place.
The history of Daybreak says everything about the future of Daybreak. It says that as beautiful and practical, healthful and cultural as Daybreak is now, it’s only going to get better.
Real places don’t sit still. They grow. They evolve.
As each new chapter unfolds, they become more layered and interesting. Daybreak has made, and kept, some big promises. But there are greater things to come. Like our remarkable new features: the Watercourse in Upper Villages and a bustling Downtown Daybreak complete with a new Salt Lake County Library, businesses and new home options.
So here’s to progress. To fresh ideas and lessons learned. Here’s to Daybreak. Past, present and future.