Do not buy or rent a condo at the Bonneville Tower in Salt Lake City until you read this. There are some important things that you should know before you sign on dotted line. There are a lot of condo complexes to choose from in the downtown Salt Lake City area. Hopefully, I can help you decide whether or not the Bonneville Tower is a good fit for you. Let’s take a look at the good, the bad, and the ugly.
The Bonneville Tower Condos in Salt Lake City are located at 777 E South Temple. The location is good if you want to be close to downtown but not right downtown. South Temple is a busy road but the noise is not noticeable from inside. The tower is the tallest building in the area so the views are very good, especially from the east side. There are both 1 and 2 bedroom units at the Bonneville Tower. There are also 3 parking garages and each condo comes with its own storage unit.
Summary of the Bonneville Tower Condos in Salt Lake City:
Pricing:$110,000 - $250,000
HOA Fee: $280 - $ 450/month (depending on the unit)
HOA Covers: heating, cooling, water, sewer, garbage, cable, swimming pool, BBQ, car wash, and third floor garden and deck
Size: 800 - 1300 square feet
Year Built: 1964
Animals Permitted? None
The condos at the Bonneville Tower in Salt Lake City tend to be priced lower than many of the other condos in the area and the HOA fee is relatively low. The Bonneville Tower has its own car wash that is included in your HOA fee. There are a few other complexes that have car washes, but it is definitely uncommon.
The location is good if you like being in the city but not in the city. The view is incredible and each unit has its own small balcony. The units on the 10th floor even have their own private balcony that wraps all the way around the unit. It is huge and gives you an incredible view of the mountains and valley. These ones tend to be the most expensive units, however.
The Bonneville Tower in Salt Lake City was built in 1964. Do I need to explain? They have done a good job maintaining the building so it doesn’t feel too old, but it doesn’t feel brand new either.
The west side of the building gets a lot of sun. It is bad enough that many of the residents on the west side of the building will open their doors into the hallway to help ventilate their unit.
The don’t allow any animals of any size. This is only bad for you if you have pets.
Other nearby condominium complexes:
Broadway Park Lofts
Parc at Gateway
Northridge Heights Condos
Feel free to call or email me if you have any questions or if you'd like to take a look at the Bonneville Tower Condos in Salt Lake City.
Connor Southworth, SFR, CNE
Licensed in UT
(801) 792-5326 (direct)