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    Christopher Village
    4935 Old Post Road #21, Southeast Ogden
    • 2 Bedrooms
      $695
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    Colonial Court Apartments
    2155 Grant Ave., Ogden Central Buisness District
    • Studio
      $455
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    • 1 Bedroom
      $605
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    • 2 Bedrooms
      $755
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    • 3 Bedrooms
      $1,175
    (801) 784-6567
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    Pinebrook Apartments
    381 N. Washington Blvd., Hillcrest - Bonneville
    • 1 Bedroom
      $635
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    • 2 Bedrooms
      $725
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    • 3 Bedrooms
      $835
    (801) 528-4003
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    Mt. Ogden Senior Housing
    1450 Laurel Dr, Mt Ogden
    • 1 Bedroom
      $529
    (801) 389-2119
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    Mountain Ridge Manor
    820 Monroe, Hillcrest - Bonneville
    • 1 Bedroom
      $585
    (801) 392-8139
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    111 24th St
    111 24th St, Ogden
    • 3 Bedrooms
      $700
    (801) 603-4232
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    588 35th St
    588 35th St, Ogden
    • 1 Bedroom
      $300
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    Harrison Blvd
    Harrison Blvd, Ogden
    • 2 Bedrooms
      $850
    (801) 529-5320
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    Brinker Ave
    Brinker Ave, Ogden
    • 2 Bedrooms
      $775
    (801) 529-5320
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    613 28th St #2
    613 28th St #2, Ogden
    • 1 Bedroom
      $450
    (801) 603-4232
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    613 28th St #5
    613 28th St #5, Ogden
    • 1 Bedroom
      $400
    (801) 603-4232
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    3617 Birch Avenue
    3617 Birch Avenue, Ogden
    • 5 Bedrooms
      $1,450
    (801) 603-4232
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    1590 E 12th Street
    1590 E 12th Street, Ogden
    • 5 Bedrooms
      $1,150
    (801) 621-2121
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    1351 Kershaw Avenue
    1351 Kershaw Avenue, Ogden
    • 4 Bedrooms
      $1,100
    (801) 603-4232
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    931 E 21st St #2
    931 E 21st St #2, Ogden
    • 2 Bedrooms
      $450
    (801) 603-4232
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    3290 Van Buren Ave - 15
    3290 Van Buren Ave - 15, Ogden
    • 2 Bedrooms
      $595
    (801) 529-4431
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    Move-in ready duplex central to everything Ogden!
    7th St, Hillcrest - Bonneville
    • 2 Bedrooms
      $650
    (801) 441-1500
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    827 23RD ST
    23rd St, East Central Ogden
    • Studio
      $500
    (801) 546-1770
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    2375: unit 2 in trI-plex
    Madison Ave, East Central Ogden
    • 1 Bedroom
      $545
    (801) 529-5320
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    20th St
    20th St, Ogden
    • 5 Bedrooms
      $1,050
    (801) 529-5320
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If you lived here, you’d be in (insert extreme sport here) Paradise

Whether you’re a novice snowboarder or an experienced alpine skier, you’ve got the perfect terrain. Ogden’s mountains and ski resorts are renowned and frequently get spreads in ski and outdoor recreation magazines, so chill out, dude, you may have to wait your turn for a lift.

Breathe in that fresh mountain…temperature inversion?

Wishing you would have paid more attention in science class now? It’s not as bad as it might sound though. Visible dust particles and pollutants are trapped in the cold wintertime air near the ground by a blanket of warm air above. What’s the bright side? It can’t be much worse than Los Angeles! Joking aside, most of the pollutants are caused by people—from wood burning stoves and vehicles, so with a population of under 90,000, the smog is nowhere close to what larger cities have to fight year-round.

Streamliners No More

Located in Northern Utah, Ogden is just about 40 miles north of Salt Lake City. If you have visions of riding down the tracks to Salt Lake City on an ancient streamliner, keep dreaming. The FrontRunner, powered by the Utah Transit Authority, will be your go-to for transportation to and from Salt Lake City sans automobile but most locals get to and fro by car.

Reputation and Crime

Although vastly improved, the downtown area and inner Ogden have a crime-ridden reputation, even to this day. Most of the crimes happening since the early 2000s have been nonviolent thefts but fear not, there are very few remaining masked men in black and white striped shirts running around with bags of stolen loot. The good news is that the city government is doing a lot of work to revitalize Ogden and its downtown (Historic 25th Street) has become an exciting shopping mecca with new rental property developments. In 2010, Forbes magazine named the Ogden–Clearfield metropolitan area, which includes Ogden proper, one of the top ten places to raise a family. Hey, look at that!

Big Love and Booze

Your neighbors are probably not going to be fundamentalist Mormons practicing polygamy like on HBO’s Big Love. Utah is known for its past and present roots in Mormonism, but the city of Ogden wasn’t actually settled by Mormons. Ogden is not nearly as homogenized as other parts of Utah; there is a higher percentage of foreign born residents (mostly Latin American) than most cities in the state. If you’re into gettin’ down like they did in the days of bar fights and gun slinging, you can find a few state run liquor stores in the area as well.

Jefferson Avenue and Eccles Avenue Historic Districts

Craftsmen, bungalow, and Prairie School architecture is aplenty here. Built by wealthy Ogden families in the early 1900s to 1920s, there are many Victorian mansions worth gawking at.

Ogden ‘hoods

The distinct and desirable quadrants of the city are most commonly referred to by the names of the streets and have a similar character and price tag throughout the city. For ease of searching for your new digs, the city can be broken down into these areas: Central Business District and Historic 25th Street After many years of neglect, the downtown area has gotten a healthy dose of renewal. Historic 25th street which leads right up to the old Union Station (which now holds 4 museums), is home to farmers’ markets, restaurants, boutiques, fine art galleries, antique shops, and lucky for you—a surge in apartment rentals. Shop and dine your heart out and then head back to your 2 bedroom, 2 bath apartment to shoot some pool in the billiards room for $800-$1000 a month. East Bench Many people will tell you this part of town is the “safer side of the tracks.” Housing here is plentiful. Rent a two bedroom, one bathroom house in East Bench for around $700-800 with a covered porch and a yard to tend to in the summer months. SE Ogden/ Webber State University Ogden is a town with a college, not a college town. Webber State University is located in Southeast and is the area where most WSU Wildcats reside. The area consists almost entirely of residential buildings, many of which are multi-family to accommodate ramen eating twenty-somethings. The homes in this area can be newer and there are a good number of condos. Use a Jacuzzi year-round and work on your basketball form with a one bedroom with all the amenities you need (and then some) for $600-$800 a month.

Once you find your new pad, you will need a snowboard or mountain bike to keep up with the rest of the pack. Happy trails & Happy Hunting!

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