The Kimball Condominiums

150 North Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84103, United States
The Kimball Condominiums
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possible move

by azsnkman

My wife and I are hating Arizona with a passion and looking to move away. Her entire family is in Utah spread out from Provo up to Ogden. When we went to visit I thought it was amazing and absolulty loved it...from the cold weather to the snow etc. Any suggestions or opinons on moving to Utah with me being catholic and my wife Mormon

Re: possible move

by westonclark

You should definatley look into moving to Salt Lake City proper. It is the most diverse population with plenty of Catholics, and plenty of Mormons. More of the latter, of course, but it is diffused enough to make it livable for all types :-). Try the Avenues, 9th and 9th, 15th and 15th or sugarhouse as area's to live, those are my favorite. Although they are probably the most liberal parts of the city.

If you like Suburbs, I would go north rather than South. Look in North Salt Lake City, Woods Cross, Bountiful, West Bountiful, Centerville, or Farmington. All small cities, but all with much more of a history and nice feel than anything South or West of the city. There is definately more of a Mormon dominance in those cities, but livable.

Good luck on the move. Utah isn't for everyone, and I never like to tell anyone to move here because it keeps it just the way it is for me...perfect!

Re: possible move

by mittens

I agree with both previous posters. If you want suburbs, in addition to what was mentioned you can look at east neighboorhoods (canyons, Millcreek, Holladay, Cottonwood Heights) but that's as far south as I would go unless you want to be in the VERY suburban Sandy (housewives, SUVs, etc).

SLC is aprox. 50% Mormon, all of Utah is about 70-80% Mormon. If you can afford the Avenues (just north of downtown) or even Westminster (aka Harvard/Yale), you'll be very happy here.

Arizona is really conservative so I don't think you'll notice a huge change in the oppressive politics compared to what you're already dealing with.


Travel Tips for Salt Lake City

Council Hall and the LDS Building

by sambarnett

The building in the forefront is Council Hall, a sandstone structure completed in 1866 and used to house the Territorial Capital until 1894. It is located in front of the current State Capitol building and is now a tourist information center. In the background is the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints Office Building, the tallest building in the city. Take the elevator to the 26th floor; as you look down upon the Capitol building from the observation decks you realize it ain't the pols who pull the strings in this town.

That's what I like about Salt Lake City

by in4ik

That's what I like about Salt Lake City - easiness to access to all kinds of outdoor activities.

If you think about it, I just need to get into my car, stop at the nearest gas station, grab a phone book and see hiking trails closest to me. That's it!!! In winter it might be just a little bit more complicated, when you actually have to go and rent snowshoes.

If you like winter sports, then you drive 20-25 minutes to the world best ski resorts! In less than half an hour you will be skiing, snowboarding, tubing or more extreme sports. REI stores have everything.


by jenna24

Where can you sit down and enjoy a few beers while watching the latest big screen extravaganza? Believe it or not, such a venue exists in Salt Lake City -- a world away from the multiplex experience. Located near the city's West Side, Brewvies offers a variety of local and imported beers, along with the latest mainstream and independent films. The cinematic pub also has a funky menu -- ranging from chicken and vegetable burritos to fried falafel patties. You can even make your own pizza! Brewvies definitely gives a new meaning to the term 'dinner and a movie Casual

Healthy is good again!

by mwenn2100 about Wasatch Broiler & Grill Restaurant

Wasatch Broiler is a low key restaurant specializing in different kinds of skewers and meats cooked according to the American Heart Associations guidelines for health... if you don't care about that aspect of course then... it's good! LOL. I was not aware that they had won awards from the AHA for being heart healthy before we went, but the waitress was excited to point that out to us so kudos to them!

We went during the day on a Monday for lunch so the restaurant was pretty slow, but it had a nice atmosphere for a casual yet not too casual atmosphere. People did seem confused on how to get their food tho as there is a long counter that almost looks like a cafeteria counter with a cash register, but have a seat and a waitress will serve you.

The menu is fairly limited (or at least what I'm used to), but if you go with any of the meat skewers it's a darn good bet. I had the chicken and steak skewers with the lemon rice. Now, people rave about the lemon rice, I personally do not like scented/flavored rice and this was no acception for me, but the meat also has a lemony taste to it and I enjoyed it. Chicken and steak skewers were very good!

Huge Churches

by puravida21

IF you are ever in salt lake city be sure to check out some of the churches ...they have huge and beatiful cathedrals...there is also on one of the eastern mountains a huge statue on top of it...something biblical i presume...wish i could give you directions but i dont remeber...


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Address: 150 North Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84103, United States