The Foothill neighborhood refers to the East Bench of Salt Lake City, named after Foothill Drive, a major road that runs parallel to the base of the mountains and connects Interstate 80 with the University of Utah.

The area is made up of several small neighborhoods that include Sunnyside, St. Mary’s, Oak Hills and Devonshire.  Homes in the area date back to the 1940s and vary in architecture and layout.

This Is the Place Heritage Park, Hogle Zoo, Fort Douglas Military Museum, The Natural History Museum of Utah, and Red Butte Gardens are just some of the numerous family-friendly and cultural activities that are dispersed throughout the Foothill neighborhood.

The Foothill Village Shopping Center is a local favorite for shopping, dining, and professional services.  Many locally owned boutiques share the space with well-known national retailers and restaurants, making this one of the most unique shopping centers in the city.

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