Got Beauty (10/28/2013) Got Beauty is a salon on 2100 South and 900 East in the the Sugarhouse District.
Gri te (10/28/2013) The old Granite Furniture build is missing an "AN." Granite Furniture was once the primary vendor of the Sugarhouse District.
Utrecht Art Supplies (10/28/2013) Utrecht offers art supplies and art classes in the heart of the Sugarhouse District at 1025 East 2100 South.
Stone Cushions (10/28/2013) Stone cushions make for a visually interesting benches in downtown Sugarhouse.
Colorful Sugarhouse (10/28/2013) The bright construction materials in Sugarhouse contrasts with Fall Leaves.
Sugarhouse Rising (10/28/2013) Workers install the framework for new buildings in Sugarhouse.
Sugarhouse Construction (10/28/2013) Sugarhouse is being developed as a mixed use community with a combination of living space, office space and shops.
Colorful Construction (10/28/2013) Builders have finally learned the lesson from Lego. Building materials need to be bright colors and lock together easily. This picture shows the construction in downtown Sugarhouse.
Caterina / Cucina Nassi (10/28/2013) A reception center occupies one of the historic buildings in central Sugarhouse.
Central Sugarhouse (10/28/2013) Colorful building materials stand out during the 2013 rebuild of Sugarhouse.
Cement Bench (10/28/2013) A contrast in texture, this cement bench in Sugarhouse was designed to look like plush cushions.
Colorful Construction (10/28/2013) I love the colorful building materials currently being used in construction.
Colorful Construction (10/28/2013) I love the colorful wallboard used in construction. It makes for great photos. This is a new mixed used development going up in Sugarhouse.
New Construction (10/28/2013) Sugarhouse Utah is currently undergoing a major renovation with mixed used development.
Sugar House Rising (10/28/2013) What was once an empty pit is evolving into a mixed use community in Sugarhouse.
The Sugarhouse District in Salt Lake City gained its name during various attempts by pioneer companies to economically refine sugar from sugar beets.
Sugarhouse Park was also the site of the first prison in Utah. The Sugarhouse prison was built in 1853. The adobe prison was torn down in 1951, and the prisoners moved to the new facility at the point of the mountain.
The merchants of Sugarhouse have long strived to create an alternative shopping district to downtown. With recent major renovations, the Sugarhouse shopping district maintains its reputation as an upscale shopping district with an intriguing combination of modern and older architeture.