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Views from mountaintop to mountaintop across the entire valley while living in the heart of downtown.

Salt Lake Is Getting a New Option for High Rise Living

Views from mountaintop to mountaintop across the entire valley while living in the heart of downtown.

Salt Lake City has been growing. Over the past several years, we’ve attracted high-quality tech talent to the Silicon Slopes, national institutions such as Goldman Sachs and Coldwell Banker have moved into downtown’s new 111 Main building, and the Eccles Theater has cemented a vibrant arts scene rivaling that of much larger cities.

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The city is truly blossoming and those moving here from place such as San Francisco, Seattle, and New York are looking a high quality of life, without sacrificing the urban lifestyle they enjoyed elsewhere. That’s why the Boyer Company and Cowboy Partners have teamed up to develop Liberty Sky, downtown Salt Lake City’s first high-rise apartment building.

Views from mountaintop to mountaintop across the entire valley while living in the heart of downtown.

Urban High-Rise Living

The 21-story building will feature a stunning rooftop pool and high-energy amenity penthouse complete with hot tub, outdoor barbeques, a gym, and a game room all suspended 240 feet in the air. A bold addition to the skyline, Liberty Sky celebrates the views of the valley and mountains with ten-foot ceilings and floor-to-ceiling glass! Think Manhattan high rise… without Manhattan pricing.

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Design elements incorporate glass, concrete, exposed steel, and a pop of wood for a modern edge that still feels like home. Decorate with some leather furniture and a velvet accent and you’ll have the most luxurious loft in all of downtown Salt Lake City. Cocktail hour is served with a view of the Salt Lake City skyline on your private balcony, followed by a dip in the rooftop pool.

The best part, of course, is the location. Liberty Sky is in the heart of downtown, right next to the business district towers and adjacent to the city’s vibrant art scene. Walk home from work or, on the way, grab a drink with friends at nearby night spots. Harmon’s too, is just across the street for those who wish to pick up some groceries for a cookout on the roof.

Views from mountaintop to mountaintop across the entire valley while living in the heart of downtown.

Built With The Modern Professional In Mind

Built with the modern professional in mind, a business center and conference room are located on the ground floor so residents can work from home or take a meeting without needing to leave the building. Though almost anywhere in the city can be reached by foot, Liberty Sky is located just a short walk to the green and blue TRAX lines, with access up and down the Wasatch Front.

Parking is uniquely situated so that, should residents opt to own a car, they can park it in a garage attached to the building. One access point means residents can take the elevator from the garage straight to their unit. Once inside, the building is smart-enabled so residents have control of what is going on in their new home right from the app.

For those ready to sign on the dotted line, leases will start at just $1,500 for a studio apartment and will go up to $3,500 for a two-bedroom penthouse with staggering views of the city. The project will break ground during the summer of 2019 and expects to be completed within two years.

The Boyer Company and Cowboy Partners believe this project will add a new level of sophistication to an exceedingly cultured city. Just think about what life will be like on the tenth―or twentieth―floor. With Liberty Sky’s luxury apartments in the works, Salt Lake City will officially have it all.

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    Bradford Shelton

    When are they breaking ground?

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