CENTRAL CITY SHOPPING
SKI 'TIL YOUR LEGS GIVE OUT AND SHOP 'TIL YOU DROP.
With its wonderful selection of eclectic shops, Trolley Square is not only a mall, but a destination. Historically, it was the hub for Salt Lake City’s trolley cars, and it became a commercial space in 1971. After several renovations, the charm remains preserved, but there are more buildings incorporated now. Make sure you make some time to head to the downstairs level, where several pictures and plaques hang describing the area’s history.
Other locally owned shops provide an eclectic shopping experience in Central City. Wasatch Touring is the mecca for mountain-sports equipment, and the newly built Contender Bicycles building is a warehouse of two-wheeled wonder. For mining through a bunch of salvaged stuff, head over to George’s Architectural Salvage. If you have a keen eye and aesthetic, the folks at Mod A-Go-Go have done the mining for you and specialize in mid-century modern furniture and home goods. While you’re shopping for your house, find all your fine art needs at Phillips Gallery, a mainstay in the neighborhood.
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