“Inspiringly modern, The Regent stands 20 stories tall in the heart of downtown offering truly spectacular mountain and cityscape views,” noted Chris Corroon, sales director for City Creek Living. “Owners enjoy contemporary finishes, gourmet kitchens and a state-of-the-art fitness area and pool. Add nationally-acclaimed restaurants and over 100 shops just outside your door, and you’ll know why life at The Regent is an experience never before seen in Salt Lake City.”
Those looking to call The Regent home can choose from a variety of floor plans, including one- or two-bedroom residences, spacious Sky Suites or a top-floor penthouse, featuring more than 2,700 square feet of indoor and outdoor living space. No matter which floor plan you decide to call “home,” you can’t beat the location. The Regent is ideally situated at 35 East 100 South, in the heart of a bustling city and just minutes from the tranquility of the mountains.
“When you walk out your front door, you’ll find yourself surrounded by canyon-like walking paths, a sparkling creek, splashing waterfalls, tranquil ponds and restful plazas. City Creek’s 100-plus shops and restaurants, Harmons Grocery, and downtown offices are just steps away. Abravanel Hall, Capitol Theater, Energy Solutions Arena, the Salt Palace and Temple Square are also within walking distance,” added Corroon.
And if that’s not enough, the new George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Theater is under construction just across the street. Slated to open in 2016, the 2,500-seat theater will attract the biggest and best touring Broadway productions, nationally prominent family shows, and music and comedy acts. Of course, year-round, world-class mountain resorts like Snowbird and Solitude are also just minutes away.
In short, that old real estate sales pitch, “location, location, location,” seems to have been created specifically for The Regent at City Creek.
In addition to its ideal setting, The Regent also boasts a host of upgrades in each residence. It’s clear no detail has been overlooked or luxury spared.
“If you’re an urbanite who prefers upscale living, but Chicago and New York are just too far away from the mountains, The Regent really is made for you,” said Corroon. There’s no reason to think you need a separate mountain home and a city escape anymore.”
A new Barclay Butera designed model on the 19th floor of The Regent is a must-see for interested buyers.
Call 801-240-8600 to schedule your private tour.