One of the best parts about living in Salt Lake City is getting to witness the growth of creativity and resourcefulness in what some might call a "little big city". The most recent example of this is a pop-up market in a sleepy area of town recently dubbed The Granary District. Kentlands Initiative, along with local business, and citizens have created an urban market and festival space utilizing old shipping containers along 700 South between 3rd and 4th West. Beginning Saturday June 15th the pop-up market will welcome all as a space for local food, music, and artisan wares.
As a resident of the "granary" area, and lover of Salt Lake City, I am proud of the imagination brewing within our community and look forward to see more projects like Granary Row.
For more info check out www.granaryrow.org