In Pictures: S-Line Townhomes are framed out

S-Line townhomes as seen from the S-line at 800 East. Photo by Isaac Riddle.

Living along the S-Line in Sugar House won’t be cheap.  Prices for four new townhomes on the S-Line near 800 East will start at the mid $300,000.   According to Zillow, the price for the townhomes is significantly more than the price of adjacent homes.

The townhome project is the first new residential development built directly on the S-Line streetcar and greenway since the line opened in December of 2013.  The three-story townhomes are fully framed out and construction could be completed by mid to late summer.

Sego Homes, known for building energy-efficient townhomes in Daybreak, is the developer of the project.  The townhomes were built to directly engage with the S-Line.  The development required approval by the Planning Commission to build without direct street frontage.  Instead of having the front of the homes face the street, the townhomes will directly face the streetcar and greenway with a rear street accessing the first-floor garages off 800 East.

The S-Line townhomes as seen from 800 East and the S-Line. Photo by Isaac Riddle.
The S-Line townhomes as seen from 800 East and the S-Line. Photo by Isaac Riddle.
The S-Line townhomes face the S-Line. Photo by Isaac Riddle.
The S-Line townhomes face the S-Line. Photo by Isaac Riddle.
A streetcar passes the townhomes near 800 East. Photo by Isaac Riddle.
A streetcar passes the townhomes near 800 East. Photo by Isaac Riddle.
The southwest corner of the tonwhomes on the S-Line near 800 East. Photo by Isaac Riddle.
The southwest corner of the townhomes on the S-Line near 800 East. Photo by Isaac Riddle.
The southwest corner of the tonwhomes on the S-Line near 800 East. Photo by Isaac Riddle.
The southwest corner of the townhomes on the S-Line near 800 East. Photo by Isaac Riddle.
The southeast corner of the tonwhomes on the S-Line near 800 East. Photo by Isaac Riddle.
The southeast corner of the townhomes on the S-Line near 800 East. Photo by Isaac Riddle.
The eastern most townhome as seen from 800 East. Photo by Isaac Riddle.
The easternmost townhome as seen from 800 East. Photo by Isaac Riddle.
The north side of the development as seen from 800 East. Photo by Isaac Riddle.
The north side of the development as seen from 800 East. Photo by Isaac Riddle.
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Isaac Riddle grew up just outside of Salt Lake City, Utah. He has a BA in English literature from the University of Utah and a Masters of Journalism from Temple University. Isaac has written for Next City, The Philadelphia Public School Notebook and Salt Lake City Weekly. Before embarking on a career in journalism, Isaac taught High School English in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia. Isaac is the founder of Building Salt Lake and can be reached at isaac@buildingsaltlake.com.