Utah’s emergence as a player in the high-tech sector—with a cluster of informatioin technology, software development, and hardware manufacturing for enterprises such as the NSA Utah Data Center, Adobe Systems, IM Flash, and SanDisk—has resulted in a new name for the south end of the Valley: the “Silicone Slopes.” The strong growth of this sector has driven high demand for housing for professionals in the area. The Riverwood South Apartments comprise a mix of multi-famiy townhomes: one-, two-, and three-bedroom units across from a popular local shopping mall and adjacent to several bike trails.
Amenities tailored to the professionals who want to live and work near the tech cluster include on-site parking, bicycle storage and maintenance spaces, a pool, a dog grooming area (as well as a dog run on the property,) a clubroom. and a lounge. It’s the details that make this housing development attractive to active people. The development will also include a number of retail pads and a pharmacy space.