The Autry Bunch

 Article Mimi Darley Dutton   A home is where your family is. It's not the material possessions or the dwelling itself. It’s about the people. It's about being open to life's journey, accompanied by faith. That's the foundation of this Draper family.  Randall and Tracy Autry moved from Texas to Utah in 1996. Randall had grown up in Texas, and Tracy moved…

Home Sweet Home

 Article Linnea Lundgren | Photography Humble Dwellings  Designer Julie Meese seeks to create beautiful homes here in Utah and the world beyond.  At her Draper store—which she operates with daughters, Jasmine, Brynn and Halle—Julie brings 30 years of interior design experience into selecting the furnishings, accessories and objects that help her Utah clients get the right look for their home…

Building Homes, Dreams, and Communities with David Weekley Homes

David Weekley Homes builds homes in 22 cities throughout the country, including the Salt Lake Valley, and right here in Draper. Since 1976, David Weekley Homes has been passionate about providing its customers with exceptional homes built in communities where they all live and work. David Weekley Homes is the largest privately-held home builder in America, with the purpose of…

Before and After Curb Appeal

Marty and Jennifer Harris are Utah natives who have lived in Draper for 21 years. They have been renovating homes full time for the past 12 years. They have been married for 27 years and have three children. Jennifer is the designer for all projects noted in the article and Marty did all of the renovation work, with the exception…

The Real Estate Aviator

A small regional airport might seem like an odd place to go if you are looking to purchase property, but not if you're meeting Mark Apuna there, a luxury real estate agent with Utah Best Real Estate Team and Century 21 Everest. Apuna could be considered the most unique real estate agent in all of Utah because he likes to…

Triton Terrace Offers Upscale Living At Affordable Prices

Rick Killpack has lived in places such as Los Angeles, Phoenix and Denver before moving to Draper. He raves that Utah is “the most beautiful place aesthetically” while he describes Draper as, “a clean, friendly, safe community.” Killpack found the perfect place to hang his hat in Draper’s new Triton Terrace located just off the Bangerter Parkway.

The Characters on Fort Street

If you look closely, you’ll spot Ol’ St. Nick, the Three Wise Men and Father Time residing in mulberry and elm trees along Fort Street. “People either know they’re there or they don’t,” says Draper resident Michelle Shaw about the five bearded men (also known as tree spirits or green men) which have been carved into trees adjacent to her…