What's Happening

North Shore Village Center is starting to take shape in Daybreak. Several months ago, thePEARL opened offering luxury apartment and townhomes for lease along the shores of Oquirrh Lake. And now a 17,000 square foot Harmons Neighborhood Grocer will open April 27, 2022 bringing a walkable grocery option to the community of Daybreak. The plan for North Shore Village Center also includes additional commercial space for future restaurants or retail.

Daybreak Grocery Store, Harmons Neighborhood Grocer | South Jordan, Utah

Harmons Neighborhood Grocer

Harmons has been extremely successful in other areas including Holladay and the Harvard-Yale neighborhood of Salt Lake City with their smaller, neighborhood scale stores. The stores that are now open instantly become a place where neighbors meet and interact while enjoying one of the best markets in the country.  These smaller stores, like the Daybreak grocery store, stock approximately 85% of the items available in the larger locations (albeit in smaller quantities) and provide a convenient, walkable alternative to big box stores. Creating vibrant village centers where people want to live and where businesses want to invest in new storefronts requires a mix of complementary uses that are co-located in an urban walkable format.

Harmons Neighborhood Grocer in Daybreak will also include:

Just Burgers

Stop here for the ultimate burger and fries. Combine Wagyu beef patty wtih an artisan ciabatta bun and fries that are brined overnight. Yummy!

Harmons Cafe

Order your favorite cofee or tea and pair with a delicious pastry or made-fresh-in-store gelato.

Harmons Smokehouse

Stop by on your way home from work to grab delicious smoked meats and savory sides. Harmons Smokehouse will offer brisket, pulled pork, sausage and more.

Come shop the new Harmons Neighborhood Grocer at: 4727 W. Jordan Pkwy, South Jordan, UT 84095

Daybreak Master Plan

Within the overall master plan, Daybreak’s village centers are purposefully, and carefully planned around an anticipated intensity of uses, and intentionally placed directly adjacent to major arterial roads that allow for vehicular traffic to flow and for businesses to benefit from needed exposure to passing traffic.  Adequate parking to handle the associated commercial and residential demands is also a key component in the planning process and will be addressed as the project advances.  As a critical consideration, village centers like SoDa Row and the new North Shore are placed in locations that allow them to become the true center of their respective neighborhoods as a convenient place for residents to shop, eat, and interact close to home. 


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