Located in South Jordan Utah the Daybreak development when completed will comprise approximately 20,000 Daybreak homes complemented by over 9 million feet of office, retail and industrial space. The development features a wide variety of single-family homes, townhomes, and condos, much of which has been inspired by some of Salt Lake's historic neighborhoods like the Avenues.
This site is intended to inform residents, home buyers, and home sellers about the Daybreak community. It was written by Trela Bird, a Realtor who lives in Daybreak.
Daybreak is split into a number of villages. Each phase of development is assigned a new village, with a total of 10 villages either completed or currently under development.
If you like an active lifestyle then Daybreak is for you. It's packed with amenities including swimming pools, basketball, soccer fields, walking trails, numerous parks and even a lake.
Highland Park Village
South Station Village
Heights Park Village
Garden Park Village
North Shore Village
Founders Park Village
Latest news and articles about the Daybreak development.
Parkside Collection The Parkside Collection of homes represent the largest homes available in the Springhouse Village over 55’s community. This collection of single-family homes, offer both 2 story and rambler designs, with 2 to 5 bedrooms, 2 car garages, basements,…
Prairie View Collection The Prairie View Collection of homes are located in Daybreak’s 55+ community called Springhouse Village. These are midsized single-family homes, sitting between the Harmony and Parkside Collections. They are built by Oakwood Homes, and feature 2 to…
Home prices in Daybreak showed a small increase in the second quarter 2018 with the median sales price rising just 2.07% to $340,000. The number of homes sold showed a healthy 8.97% increase with 170 sales. Somewhat concerning was the…
Daybreak home sales prices continued their upwards climb in the 1st quarter 2018. The 10.15% increase pushed up the median sales price to $358,000 across all home types. While prices continued upwards other indicators were not so positive. The number…