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Sugar House is located within the Salt Lake City grid system roughly from about 700 East at its western edge to 2100 East at the east and 1700 South to 2700 South north to south, and is mostly within the boundaries of Salt Lake City. Many local businesses as well as private residences, although not strictly located within the bounds of Sugar House, use the name because of the area's name recognition and because there is other neighborhood designation to use. The business and commercial center of the neighborhood is located at 1100 East 2100 South.
About Downtown Salt Lake City/Foothill area
Foothill in Salt Lake City, Utah is a relatively affluent and primarily residential neighborhood of Salt Lake City that lies at the base of the Wasatch Range and extends west to approximately 1500 East. Also sometimes referred to as "The East Bench", it is bordered on the north by the Federal Heights neighborhood and on the south by Interstate 80.
This neighborhood becomes increasingly affluent moving from west to east. The neighborhood takes its name from the area's major traffic artery of Foothill Drive (State Route 186), which runs parallel to the base of the mountains and connects Interstate 80 with the University of Utah and downtown Salt Lake City. The University of Utah sits at the north end of this neighborhood.
Points of interest include the Hogle Zoo, Red Butte Garden and Arboretum, This Is The Place Heritage Park, Fort Douglas Military Museum and the Foothill Village Shopping Center. Some notable residents and former residents include numerous authorities of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, LDS comedian John Bytheway, and billionaire philanthropist Jon Huntsman, Sr.
Foothill includes many distinct neighborhoods, including the Country Club (near the Salt Lake Country Club), the eastern side of historic Sugar House, the Harvard-Yale Neighborhood, where many of the streets are named after schools, Oak Hills (formerly the site of the Oak Hills drive-in, above Hogle Zoo), Donner Park, University Village, St. Mary's Park, and the Devonshire Neighborhood near the "H-Rock", a large rock with an H painted on it that represents Highland High School.