Sandy UT Corporate Housing and Furnished Apartments
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Whether you are staying in your Sandy UT corporate housing for business events or taking in some of the best skiing anywhere, you are sure to find many comforts in this sizable town. The city of Sandy, Utah is situated in the southeast portion of the Salt Lake Valley and forms one of the major residential areas serving the Greater Salt Lake Metropolitan area. The city proper is about 90,000 and growing. It is located along the edge of the Wasatch Mountain Range that gives this town an imposing view of the range. Primarily, aside from being residential, the town’s economic base is rooted in tourism due to the ski industry. People love to stay in both Sandy and Cottonwood Heights when they come to ski as it is near both Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons.
Nature’s Beauty Surrounds Sandy UT Furnished Apartments.
Stepping out of your furnished apartment in Sandy, UT is bound to be a breathtaking experience every day. With peaks towering above, this is some of the prettiest land in the Salt Lake Valley. The elevation averages 4450 feet below peaks over 11,000 feet. The weather is dictated by the weather in the mountains above and is comfortable generally spring through fall for outdoor activities. Winter snowfall here varies but is greater understandably near the mountains than the valley floor. And the towering mountains get lots of snow, averaging 500 inches each winter, and living up to their reputation of the dry, powdery stuff famously named, “The Greatest Snow on Earth”.
Places to Eat in Sandy UT
Almost Home’s Sandy corporate apartments come with fully furnished kitchens, making dining out a luxury rather than a necessity. If you do opt to experience some culinary variety, Sandy has many options to choose from.
Almost Home’s furnished apartment tenants in Sandy UT definitely have ample dining out choices. Be sure to take in all the savory delights that Sandy has to offer.
- Fratelli Ristorante on Village Shop Drive: With many ingredients shipping from Italy and everything made from scratch, Pete Cannella and Dave Cannell know how to run an Italian Restaurant. If you love Italian and don’t have time to dine in, they have a full-service deli and takeout menu as well. It is located in the Quarry Bend Shopping Center in Sandy, open for lunch and dinner and has a full wine and liquor menu.
- The Tin Roof Grill on South 700 East St.: They have so many menu items, there is surely something that will create pleasure for everyone from gourmet pizzas, to salads and sandwiches. This casual dining spot covers breakfast to brunch and all the food that will take you past happy hour, including a beer menu. It’s a great place to have a drink, or an omelet. The Eggs Benedict here are great.
- La Caille on S Wasatch Blvd: When in Salt Lake, if you have time for a great dining experience, visit La Caille. The restaurant is situated on 20 acres under the beautiful Wasatch Mountains near the mouth of Big Cottonwood Canyon. The extensive gardens lead one on a long and enchanting brick driveway to a beautiful Chateau with gardens and a three-acre vineyard. This is French dining at its best. The Sunday brunch here is legendary with its Petite Paik and Chateau Breakfast. You must try the Seafood Newburg in Mille-Feuille Bowl. The Venison Loin and Pheasant Sausage is exquisite.
- India House on South State St.: If you love Indian food, India House offers authentic food and savory Indian dishes made from the oldest recipes. The appetizers and meals are excellent, enjoying authentic spices, curries and gravies. This is a great lunch spot if you work in or near Sandy. This is a quiet little restaurant, not fancy, but with good solid Indian food and good value.
- Mt Fuji Sushi Bar on S 1300 E: Awesome sushi and sumptuous desserts, all served in an authentically Japanese environment. Ever want to learn to make Sushi? Enroll in a class at Mt Fuji Sushi Bar. It's not as difficult as one would think. Make sure you try Sushi and Sashimi Entrees.
- Smoky Mountain Pizza: The amazing thing about this place is the fresh ingredients that go into every pie. The salads are generous in portion. Try the Grilled Chicken Dijon Linguine or Buffalo Wings.
Things to do in Sandy
The entertainment options surrounding your Sandy UT temporary housing should be more than adequate to chase away boredom. Almost Home commends the following to your consideration:
- Rio Tinto Stadium on South State Street: Rio Tinto is a large and quite amazing soccer stadium full of avid soccer fans. Although it houses the Real Salt Lake soccer club, the stadium is used for concerts and other sporting events. Built in 2006 at a cost of $110 million, this is no ordinary soccer field. Stop by and see.
- Museums: The Sandy Museum on South 150 East is an old two storey building that holds the story of the pioneers who first arrived in Utah and, particularly, in Sandy and Salt Lake City. It's a great way to understand the roots of the city.
- Performing Arts: The Sandy City Amphitheater is a great places to be when the weather is great. The summer concerts and shows are a great way to enjoy the people of this great town.
- Golf Courses Abound: Some of the most popular golf courses are River Oaks, Pebblebrook, Will Creek Country Club and Hidden Valley Country Club. The great thing about Utah is that the snow on the valley floor generally melts fast and the golfers are out on the course the next day. Enjoy!
- Shopping: South Towne Center is the big mall on South State St. It is a very nice mall, brimming with stores and fun. All you need is here with anchors like Dillard's, JCPenney and Macy's. The rest of the mall has most of the national chains you can think off.
Request a QuoteSurrounding Areas We ServeWe serve the entire Sandy area including Downtown Salt Lake City, Midvale, Sandy, Draper, Holladay, Sugarhouse, Taylorsville, Tooele, University area, West Jordan, West Valley City and Cottonwood Ski Areas. We also house in Park City and all along the Wasatch Front from Provo to Ogden.