Cottonwood Heights is known as the city between the canyons where you’ll find some of the best skiing on the planet. Avid skiers seem drawn to this city due to its location and is becoming quite the attraction for first and second home buyers following a ski trip to the area. Located on the east bench Holladay has done a great job creating a very quaint attractive city center with its restaurants and boutique shops. It is a well established city hosting some of Salt Lake’s finest homes. Located on the east side of the valley south of downtown. Millcreek is home to great hiking, biking, and snowshoe trails. Unlike the other local canyons, Millcreek Canyon may not have the ski resorts but your furry friends are welcome here. Located north of Holladay Sugarhouse has a much more urban feel to it. People find it to be trendy with a college town feel and its proximity to Westminster College, parks, and restaurants. Located south of downtown Draper has grown so much in the last 10 years. A lot of newly constructed homes with great views. Located on the southern end of the Salt Lake valley. The avenues is the most mature of all communities in Salt Lake hosting some of the oldest homes with the most character in the valley. The avenues are situated in downtown Salt Lake. Sandy is known for its suburban living and is home to the Real Salt Lake soccer stadium, expo center and the Southtown Mall. It is situated between Draper and Cottonwood Heights. South Jordan is home to the large Daybreak community featuring more density housing and its own man made lake. South Jordan is located west of Sandy. Murray is home to a lot of commercial space with the largest hospital, car dealerships, and shopping. State street runs through Murray connecting it to downtown. Murray is located west of Holladay. West Jordan is home to the Amazon fulfillment center that has brought hundreds of jobs to Salt Lake. A lot of residential and commercial construction is expanding this city west of Murray.