Summit Sotheby's International Realty Announces New Office in Salt Lake City, Utah

Posted by Joe Averett — April 4, 2016

1459795018SALT LAKE CITY, UT - At the popular intersection of Salt Lake City that is known as 9th & 9th, you are invited to come see our newest location. We’re excited to be nestled just a few doors down from the Coffee Garden and the historic Tower Theater, across the street from the tasty Pago, The Stockist, Zuriick, and many more of the coolest shops in our city. We want you to know we’ve moved in, so you can stop by and say hi anytime.

We are proud to present our newest office on 870 East 900 South in Salt Lake City. Freshly renovated, and keeping with the creative charm of the community, we’ve poured heart and soul into this new space to make it a fitting addition to this incredible neighborhood.

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“I am thrilled to be in the heart of Salt Lake City at 9th & 9th,” said Thomas Wright, President and Principal Broker of Summit Sotheby’s International Realty. “This community’s style and growth is the perfect example of where our great city is headed. Our sales associates have long been a part of this community and we’re eager to contribute our services. Our office will display incredible artwork by talented local artists and offer a very unique conduit for us to connect with the public and show them homes that fit their lifestyle.”

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