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Overview of Rio Grande

Named for it's proximity to the Rio Grande Depot, this neighborhood with the same name sits right in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City. While the depot was built in 1910, it is still an important landmark in the state. As a result, today The Rio Grande is surrounded by shopping plazas, great dining, and plentiful entertainment. Between the mix of old and new, everyone looking to rent is sure to find something that appeals to them.

Rio Grande Apartments

Despite being in an urban environment, renting apartments in Rio Grande may be rather affordable. Depending on the size of the unit, you can expect to pay between $800-$1,400 per month. In an attempt to help keep apartments affordable in Rio Grande Salt Lake City, sometimes property income restrictions may apply.

Dining & Entertainment in Rio Grande

Living in Rio Grande means being literally steps away from the new City Creek Center, Gateway Mall, Historic Trolley Square, various museums, and Temple Square. Between them, you'll find unique shops, artisan products, and luxury establishments including Tiffany & Co. and Nordstrom.

Families will also love being so close to Discovery Gateway, Utah's premier children's museum. Additionally, The Hogle Zoo, Living Planet Aquarium, and Natural History Museum of Utah will be just a short car drive away from your apartment.

Finally, history buffs will love touring historic Temple Square, This Is The Place Heritage Park, and other landmarks critical to the settling of the west.

Pet Friendly Apartments in Rio Grande

Most apartments in Rio Grande Salt Lake City allow pets with a commitment of pet rent and an additional deposit. However, it's important to note that breed and size restrictions apply. Since Rio Grande is downtown, please consider if your animal is well adjusted to an urban environment and the noises that accompany it.

If a furry friend will be joining you in your apartment, then you'll be happy to know that you won't be far from veterinarians, animal hospitals, and pet stores. Additionally, if Fido needs to stretch his legs, Pioneer Park sits at the heart of the area and Memory Grove at Freedom Trail, which is just a short drive away, allows for off leash fun.

Commuting From Rio Grande

Salt Lake Valley isn't known for bad traffic, and downtown neighborhoods aren't any different. In fact, the commutes here are some of the shortest in the country. This is because renting in downtown Salt Lake City ensures that you're close to everything, including the I-15, I-80, and the I-215 (locally known as the belt route).

Additionally, downtown Salt Lake City has recently gone to great lengths to improve public transportation options. Now the Utah Transit Authority, or UTA, is proud to offer various bus routes and a light rail system with 3 lines known as TRAX. Together, all these options mean that fighting traffic will rarely be an issue.

Rio Grande Schools

No matter where you rent your apartment, you won't be far away from great schools. In addition to the public Salt Lake City School District, downtown Salt Lake City has a large number of private and charter schools. No matter which option you choose, your children will never be far away from the neighborhood.