The Ridge at Independence is a separate neighborhood located within Independence at the Point, a master-planned community at the point of the mountain. This upscale neighborhood is set apart from the connecting developments with custom entry features flanking the entrances. The Wasatch mountains are a beautiful backdrop to the area, but the homesites in The Ridge additionally benefit from the river bordering the community and breathtaking views overlooking the Jordan River Valley.
Every home includes enhanced exterior features including matching mailboxes, upgraded elevations, additional front yard landscaping, and extra lighting. Inside each home, the standard interior features include stainless steel appliances, granite countertops in the kitchen, and tile flooring in all wet areas. Combined, these homes are substantially more elegant and have an extra bit of curb appeal, making the neighborhood even more beautiful.
Independence at the Point is located at the point of the mountain, just south of 14600 South near 500 West. Freeway access is quick and easy, and in the near future, Porter Rockwell Boulevard will connect I-15 to Redwood Road, right through Independence. This diverse community is perfectly situated between Utah County and Salt Lake County, making it an ideal location for commuting to Provo or Salt Lake City, and is only 24 miles to downtown Salt Lake.
Great schools and churches have been built nearby to accommodate the rapid growth of the city. As a result, the expansion of the area includes wonderful shopping, dining, and entertainment. In fact, the Outlets at Traverse Mountain are located just across the freeway, while Thanksgiving Point and the Museum of Ancient Life are 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.