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Old Posted Jun 29, 2020, 2:31 PM
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With so many projects getting proposed around the gateway in the past two weeks, I thought it might be a good idea to map out the projects that are proposed and under construction in the west side of downtown Salt Lake City.

If I choose to take the time, I may add details and photos for each of the projects, but I thought I'd post the map for now.



I may have missed something here or there, but I am hoping this acts as a good snapshot of what is happening on the west side.
Great map, thanks! Mind if I share it on the subreddit?

I do think that the Greenprint Gateway project is a definite improvement over the Central Station designs. In addition to the ground floor engagement and parking numbers, it looks like they want to use brick on parts of the facade. The design itself is nothing special but it at least seems like a half-decent infill project to me.

Also, BSL put up an awesome residential photo update this morning:
https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/in-...tinues-to-pop/
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Old Posted Jun 29, 2020, 2:59 PM
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^^^ Isn't there a "health and social club" type development planned just north of 16? I don't remember the name of it, but I know I've seen renderings for it on this site.
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Yes, you're right. Always nice to replace an empty lot with something interesting.

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Downtown Update - Edison House Social Club

Edison House is a social club, reimagined for those looking to elevate their lifestyle. Members enjoy full access to our brand new clubhouse, unique experiences & events, and a community of Salt Lake’s finest.

From your morning coffee to your afternoon workout to your evening nightcap, our 35,000 square foot clubhouse is your lifestyle hub and home away from home. And it’s being built downtown as we speak. Explore our vision below


FIRST FLOOR:
01 / Contemporary Restaurant & Bar
02 / Private Dining
03 / The Lounge
04 / Health Kiosk & Unlimited Drip Coffee
05 / Fitness Center & Locker Rooms

SECOND FLOOR:
06 / Speakeasy Bar & Performance Venue
07 / Korean Karaoke
08 / Tap Room & Sports Lounge
09 / The Billiards Parlor

THIRD FLOOR:
10 / Sky Lounge & Outdoor Theatre
11 / Open Air Pool Deck & Terrace
12 / Rooftop Bar






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Old Posted Jun 29, 2020, 4:21 PM
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Blah_Amazing, thank you for taking the time to create the map I didn't realize how many projects were in the works on the west side. Your map really puts things into perspective.
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Great map, thanks! Mind if I share it on the subreddit?

I do think that the Greenprint Gateway project is a definite improvement over the Central Station designs. In addition to the ground floor engagement and parking numbers, it looks like they want to use brick on parts of the facade. The design itself is nothing special but it at least seems like a half-decent infill project to me.

Also, BSL put up an awesome residential photo update this morning:
https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/in-...tinues-to-pop/
If Greenprint can muster some ground floor retail then all the arguments about why Alta Depot can’t (Amazon eating retail, crappy neighborhood, infrastructure etc.) are not valid. All development should at least be required to have townhomes facing, live work, retail or admin space that could easily be converted to retail. This doesn’t seem radical.
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I am happy to report that my database requests for 95 State, the CCH (Hyatt Regency), and Liberty Sky have all finally been processed and these buildings have been added to the SLC SSP city page. Now we need an artist to get some diagrams going!

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I am happy to report that my database requests for 95 State, the CCH (Hyatt Regency), and Liberty Sky have all finally been processed and these buildings have been added to the SLC SSP city page. Now we need an artist to get some diagrams going!

Now they gotta get rid of "151 tower" on their list
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Now they gotta get rid of "151 tower" on their list
Yeah, Artemco asked if it was the same project and I said yes, but he still left it up for some reason. I was hoping he would just merge it with Liberty Sky but alas. It already took six months to get these three requests through.

95 State up to 11 stories:
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Could Kensington tower be added as a proposal?
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Could Kensington tower be added as a proposal?
I actually thought I had submitted a request for Kensington, but I can't find it now. I will make a new request.
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Any new photo updates of Liberty Sky's progression?
I moved from the downtown area and now I don't get to see any progression of all the new high rises. I guess I was spoiled by just being able to look out the window.
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I recently moved to the up-and-coming west side of downtown so I should be able to get more pictures of downtown projects. Things have just been hectic for me.

Also, one correction to your (awesome) map blah_amazing - The Beverly (#5) is well under construction and framed out.
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Any new photo updates of Liberty Sky's progression?
I moved from the downtown area and now I don't get to see any progression of all the new high rises. I guess I was spoiled by just being able to look out the window.
From the webcams today:

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[QUOTE=Atlas;8967646]From the webcams today:

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Looks like Cox is gonna hold off Huntsman.

I know many of you will be disappointed, but hey, at least it's not Hughes.
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NYT says only 48% of SL County is reporting. If that's true, it's too early to call it for Cox.

Kind of a bummer if Cox does pull through. Huntsman would be better for SLC.
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Also, one correction to your (awesome) map blah_amazing - The Beverly (#5) is well under construction and framed out.
Yeah, I caught that one as well after the BSL photo updates. Since I haven't been out to the west side since last fall, I have to rely mostly on the updates on this forum.

I made the corrections needed, including adding the social club, updated the beverly, and a few other changes as well. Hopefully this makes this map a little more accurate.

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Yeah, I caught that one as well after the BSL photo updates. Since I haven't been out to the west side since last fall, I have to rely mostly on the updates on this forum.

I made the corrections needed, including adding the social club, updated the beverly, and a few other changes as well. Hopefully this makes this map a little more accurate.
I think this is great. The number of projects is amazing. I think there is only 2 more projects to be added, at least that I can see.

1. Utah State building to replace the Road Home. This will most likely be the new home for the State Archives.
2. Planned UTA Tower at Central Station.

I figured it might be good to list these as they are most likely to happen in the next few years.
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