Sugarhouse is one of Salt Lake City's oldest neighborhoods. Established in 1853 by early Mormon settlers, Sugarhouse has gone through many colorful phases in its lifetime. Utah's first state prison stood there from 1855 until 1951. Subsequent decades saw it as Salt Lake City's central furniture district, and then as a crime-ridden slum in the 1980s. Today it is one of Salt Lake's hotspots for upper-middle class home owners and hipster shoppers. And Sugarhouse Park now occupies the former grounds of the razed Sugarhouse Prison.
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Updated: 24th May, 2019 7:34 PM.