Three townhome developments underway will add 143 total units along Salt Lake City’s southern border while providing renters with additional Missing Middle housing options. All three projects are near either a fixed rail line or a high-frequency bus route. Two of the projects, Liberty Place and Moda S-Line are directly adjacent to the S-Line in Sugar House and South Salt Lake respectively. The third, Moda Highland Park, is being constructed on Highland Drive at Crandall Avenue. The project is adjacent to the high-frequency, 220 bus route. All three projects’ units will be market rate with three stories consisting of a ground floor garage below two floors of living space.
Moda S-Line, on the 400 East block of the S-Line is currently leasing. The project is located just south the St. Ann Catholic Church property and was built by Strategic Builders, a subsidiary of J Fisher Companies (including JF Capital). The development has 32 units that are a mix of two and three bedroom apartments. Moda S-Line is just across the Salt Lake City border in South Salt Lake. According to apartments.com, units range in size from 1,365 to 1,426 square feet and two-bedroom units start at $1,950 per month.
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