Own This Iconic Glass Home in Salt Lake City For $950K
Built in 1965 by Salt Lake City architect John Sugden—a student of Mies van der Rohe—the Emigration Canyon abode was originally designed to serve as a studio for Sugden's own practice, as well as a residence for his then business partner, Charlie Griffin. Constructed on two levels with two separate entrances, the building was not connected internally until 1998 when it was transformed into a single-family residence.
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3780 E. Sunnydale in Emigration Canyon is now being offered at $950,000 by Mony Ty of Coldwell Banker. See the full listing here.
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