The property was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1994 as It is significant as a representative example of more than 180 apartment buildings built in Salt Lake City during 1900-1933 that were part of transformation of the city into an urban environment-basically the housing boom of the early 20th century like we're experiencing now! All the units had original Murphy beds with beautiful tiger striped oak framing and trim. The one is this unit still has it's bench with storage underneath but the mattress/bed was taken out which makes room for storage in the tiny bedroom behind it which the owner had used as a large closet but could also be an office. Technically it's a two bedroom unit as both BR's have a window and closet. One bedroom is slightly bigger than the other and is used as a 'cloffice'-closet and office! One of the few older condo projects where washers/and dryers are actually in the unit. Heating is via radiators in the unit, no AC- but can have window AC. This is a perfect housing option that's affordable and great for people who appreciate greener living and will use the UTA bus and light rail system or use a bike. There is no dedicated parking but there are paylots within a block. Harmons grocery store is a block away, Nostalgia coffee/sandwich shop is next door, City Creek Mall is two blocks and the University of Utah is 13 blocks straight up the hill! FYI-sq footage was taken from a 2002 appraisal.
Listing courtesy of Urban Utah Homes & Estates, LLC.