The Noble Place Apartments are one of Salt Lake City’s Garden Courtyard Neighborhoods – historic neighborhoods without a street.

The Noble Place Apartments were built in 1925.

Noble Place (originally Noble Court) is actually a group of six duplexes. The buildings, constructed of striated brick in the mission-style, were built in 1925 by developer Samuel Cottam. Both the buildings and the surrounding green space have been exceptionally well maintained. The complex is unique both for its architectural style (a possible nod to nearby Trolley Square) and its courtyard arrangement.