East Riverwalk is a charming, quaint community featuring beautiful craftsman-style homes in Midvale, which is centered right in the heart of the Salt Lake Valley. Each home includes a comfortable sitting porch and lantern-style exterior lighting, creating a relaxed and charming setting. The wide, winding roads are perfect for evening walks along the lantern-lit lanes.
This community includes a park and play area for young families to enjoy. The play area features a modern playground that kids will be eager to explore! Parents and children alike enjoy connecting with neighbors and friends at the park and in the wonderful nature surrounding them.
Located just minutes from I-15 and I-215, East Riverwalk is situated in the heart of Salt Lake City, with convenient access to downtown and shopping centers like Fashion Place Mall. Whether residents work or play in Salt Lake County or further away, East Riverwalk provides quick and easy access anywhere via UTA’s TRAX light rail or the highway systems.
East Riverwalk is within walking distance of a local park with a large open space, Murray Parkway Golf Course, and the Jordan River Parkway. The Jordan River Parkway Trail provides 50 miles of biking and running paths which offer connections to additional trail systems. The Jordan River and wildlife preserve provide unique access to a wide variety of foliage and wildlife without being too far from home. Mountain recreation and skiing at four premier Utah resorts provides something to do all year round.
Midvale is a city steeped in history and filled with historic sites and attractions to explore. The Old Town area of Midvale, originally known as Bingham Junction, began as a center for industry and mining that was a critical midpoint between two major mining areas. To preserve Midvale’s rich history, the Midvale Museum on Main Street was established in 1979, and actively collects and maintains items and information from bygone eras.
The Midvale Arts Council sponsors monthly events for the community, focusing on performing and visual arts. The goal is to foster interest in the arts and bring the community together through targeted programs and events. Harvest Days is an annual event held in August, and has been hosted by the city for 75 years. It includes games in the park, neighborhood block parties, a fun run, and the best fireworks around. If a close-knit community and rich culture is what your looking for, Midvale is the place to be.