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9th and 9th, Salt Lake City

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

9th and 9th is an affluent neighborhood in Salt Lake City, Utah located two blocks east of Liberty Park. The area gets its name from the intersection of 900 South and 900 East.

The neighborhood is known for its local shops, restaurants, cafes and other small businesses that lie along 900 South.[1] It is a popular residential area for students and upper-income families due to its walkability, along with its proximity to Downtown and the University of Utah campus. It contains one of the private school campuses of Rowland Hall.

The neighborhood is host to the annual 9th and 9th Street Festival.

2007 Renovation

During the summer of 2007, 9th and 9th received sidewalk and street improvements. Kinetic sculpture art displays inspired by the nine Muses of Greek mythology [2] were installed on all four corners of the intersection. The sculptures were created by Troy Pillow.

The building on the northwest corner has recently been remodeled.

9th and 9th Street Festival

The 9th and 9th Street Festival is an event held for neighbors and is run annually by a group of neighbor volunteers. The festival typically hosts 100–150 booths made up of artists and varied vendors each year, and runs in September.

References

  1. ^ "9th and 9th District: Shop | Dine | Live in 9th and 9th Salt Lake Citys Hip Neighborhood". www.9thand9th.com. Retrieved 2020-04-25.
  2. ^ NewCityMovement: The Gayification Of 9th & 9th
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