WELCOME TO
ThE GRANARY

One of Salt Lake City's oldest districts, The Granary was the heart of manufacturing, processing and storage of goods. Today, it is finding a new purpose as the center of creativity, gastronomy, brewing and local business. 

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WELCOME TO THE GRANARY

SLC's MOST VIBRANT NEIGHBORHOOD

 

The Granary District is one of Salt Lake City's oldest neighborhoods. Having provided many industrial and commercial uses over its history it is now being re-discovered as a maker's space housing artists, breweries, restaurants and businesses of all types and sizes. It is quickly becoming SLC's most vibrant neighborhood.

The video above features some of the first movers in the area including Pictureline, RubySnap, Kilby Court, Level Nine, KiiTOS Brewing, Square Kitchen, Fisher brewing, Rico Brand, Frida Bistro as well as support from the Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski and City Councilman Derek Kitchen. Welcome to the Granary!

 

THE MURALS ARE HERE!

Thanks for joining us! More to come…

 

The Granary District Mural Grant Program was created to improve the Granary District area and highlight Salt Lake’s amazing artists including; Ruel Brown, Trent Call, Michael Murdock, Gailon Justus, Jacqueline Thy Graves, George Thompson, Jann Haworth, Cara Jean Means, Evan Jed Memmott, Jacob Nielsen, Jared Norby, Laurie Bray, Josh Scheuerman, Nick Sokoloff, and Joseph Toney.

So, grab a bike/scooter/shoes and join the Granary District Alliance, Mayor Biskupski, Councilman Kitchen, and all your favorite local business as we celebrate the unveiling of 12 NEW MURALS in the Granary District!

 

Mural Artist Profiles

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BLOCK PARTY PHOTOS

The first annual neighborhood block party of The Granary

 

Photobooth and photos provided by Ori Media.

 

MORE EVENTS & Projects COMING SOON!