Four of Daybreak’s builders are adding some exciting new home choices for park, city and lake homes.
One of the things that makes Daybreak so different from anywhere else in the Salt Lake Valley is the way it lets you choose your favorite life. Want to live a stone’s throw from a lake? Or a baseball toss from a park? Or a rejuvenating walk or bike ride from light rail, good coffee and tasty eateries? Well, Daybreak is the one place that can accommodate you.
And — breaking news! — four of Daybreak’s builders are adding some exciting new choices for park, city and lake homes.
Now at this point, we should tell you that homes in Daybreak are selling rather quickly. So if you’re interested in any of these new home choices from our four Daybreak builders, get some details below and contact the builder to get started on the process. Also, you may want to check out our Tips for Buying a New Home in a Hot Market. And if you haven’t done so already, you’ll definitely want to join our interest list.
Downtown Daybreak, or DTDB as we like to call it, gets more interesting and energized by the day. A new outdoor performance venue is on its way. The innovative Daybreak Library — which will combine all the services of a traditional library with maker spaces, an outdoor lecture area and other cool un-library stuff — is already coming out of the ground. Light rail, coffee shop, dog park … it’s all here. And this is just the beginning. So if DTDB sounds like the kind of place you want to be, have a look at these all-new urban homes.
The Urban Series by Sego Homes is a new collection of townhomes offering two or three bedrooms, an easy walk to the light rail station, the U of U Health Center, the new library and the future performance venue. And (prepare yourself) you can opt for the optional fourth floor roof deck. Ah, city life is good.
From the high $200s
Tempo is a collection of townhomes and condominiums created by Holmes Homes. With two or three bedrooms, lock-and-leave convenience and a location in the heart of Downtown Daybreak’s South Station District (about the same number of steps to the same destinations as the Urban Series), Tempo will give your day a new urban rhythm. Stay tuned for pricing.
What we have here is a true last chance opportunity. A big one. As one of the last pieces of Daybreak’s original Lower Villages, Heights Park Village has an enviable location just up the hill from Oquirrh Lake and the shops and restaurants of SoDa Row. And the all-new Hartford Series by Destination Homes offers the last chance for a new single-family home in the Lower Villages for under $500,000.
These unique homes offer a third level for bedrooms and, naturally, all the charm of a Daybreak home. And to top it all off, they’re adjacent to the future Basin Park … which is the last park to be built in Heights Park.
From the low $400s
This is hot off the presses. Daybreak’s builder, Parkwood Homes, has just introduced a collection of homes called the Island Cottages.
Picture yourself surrounded by Oquirrh Lake and by exclusive Island privileges and pleasures such as the paddling beach and the on-the-water pavilion. Then imagine a spacious home that feels at home on an island. With architecture inspired by the classic cottages of Cape Cod and Nantucket. And with wrap-around porches, balconies and other dramatic outdoor living spaces.
From the high $600s