Shingles to Shindigs

Soaking in a hot tub…Sleeping under the stars…Enjoying the view with some wine and friends–rooftop patios offer added living space with endless possibilities.

City people dig the privacy of patios perched atop their buildings. Until recently, this feature was a rarity in Salt Lake City and came at a premium. Private rooftop terraces could only be found on a few penthouse condos priced above $500,000. Now, with the construction of a new loft complex next to Pioneer Park, and a warehouse-to-condo conversion project on 200 South, rooftop living spaces are an option for more Salt Lake urban dwellers.

Situated just north of Pioneer Park, Broadway Park Lofts offer nineteen top-floor loft condos with direct access to large, private roof terraces. Each outdoor space is equipped with water and electricity and has incredible views of the city, mountains, and park.

At 163 West 200 South, Patrick Lofts now occupy the Patrick Dry Goods Co. warehouse. On the roof of this historic building there’s a large community garden terrace, and ten private terraces. These outdoor spaces can be purchased with any of the 40 lofts.

For more information about Broadway Park Lofts, contact Nerissa McDowell at 801-532-5357. For more information about Patrick Lofts, contact Spencer Janke at 801-671-7877.

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