Cobalt Village is a new townhome development located in Bluffdale within Independence at the Point, a master-planned community spanning over 294 acres. This charming community is perfect for first-time homebuyers or empty nesters looking to simplify their lives.
The neighborhood boasts the beautiful Wasatch mountains as a backdrop, and takes great care to incorporate the area’s natural beauty by using subdued yet contemporary color schemes and elements. A large park and playground will be constructed on the west side of the community and a large neighborhood pool will be installed to the east.
Independence at the Point portrays a sense of American patriotism throughout the community with parks, monuments, and streets named after American values and ideals. Cobalt Village continues this tradition with street names honoring the blues of the American flag. You might find yourself driving down Lapis Fields Way or taking a walk down Sapphire Peaks Boulevard.
Cobalt Village is located within Independence at the Point, situated directly across from the point of the mountain, just below 14600 South near 500 West. Freeway access is quick and convenient, and in the near future, Porter Rockwell Boulevard will connect I-15 to Redwood Road, making access to your favorite locations even easier. The community’s proximity to both Utah and Salt Lake counties makes it an ideal location for commuting in either direction.
In order to accommodate the rapid growth of Bluffdale, a number of schools and churches have been built nearby. As well as ample shopping and entertainment venues. In fact, the Outlets at Traverse Mountain are only 10 minutes away, and a Megaplex movie theater is just around the corner.
Bluffdale, named for its billowing landscape of numerous bluffs and valleys, has a proud history dating back over 160 years. The city itself is incredibly community focused, hosting many annual events such as the renowned Old West Days. The area is also rich with a variety of local attractions that cater to people of all ages. Parks and trails, sports complexes and equestrian centers, and even the occasional rodeo can all be found within the Bluffdale area.
Along with its culture, Bluffdale also includes its fair share of industry. The unemployment rate is well below the national average and the influx of technology companies makes it an ideal location for many business professionals. Adobe, Becton Dickinson, and Xerox are just a few of the big-name companies now calling the Bluffdale area home.