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Old Posted Sep 15, 2020, 3:02 PM
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Another project called the "Sugarmont Apartments" (4 stories, 77 units) has been submitted to design review. This is what is planned for that vacant lot on the northeast corner of 900 E and Sugarmont Dr. that has been fenced off for a few weeks.

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I feel like the airport opening today deserves some main thread chatter! The Delta Sky Club looks pretty awesome. https://thepointsguy.com/news/delta-...lake-city/amp/
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Another project called the "Sugarmont Apartments" (4 stories, 77 units) has been submitted to design review. This is what is planned for that vacant lot on the northeast corner of 900 E and Sugarmont Dr. that has been fenced off for a few weeks.
Excellent! More urban housing next to the streetcar line.
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Am I missing something? Are there two Sugarmonts now, or is the first Sugarmont changing its name?

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Another project called the "Sugarmont Apartments" (4 stories, 77 units) has been submitted to design review. This is what is planned for that vacant lot on the northeast corner of 900 E and Sugarmont Dr. that has been fenced off for a few weeks.

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Am I missing something? Are there two Sugarmonts now, or is the first Sugarmont changing its name?
Saw the Sugarmont name in the attachment, but given the picture I’d wager these will be called the 900 Element Apartments, right? Just throwing it out there.
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Can't see it too well in this pic, but the external cladding is starting to go up on the larger building in the Exchange. The east building (left one in the picture) is looking like it might be complete and ready for occupancy around the new year.
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I took a walk downtown today and noticed two things:

The central core for the Convention Center Hotel is starting to rise!

I also noticed the bank on the corner of First South and Main has closed.

I was wondering if this might have anything to do with their long talked about high-rise for Zions Bank at this site?
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Pamela’s Place Apartments - ribbon cutting

‘The vision of Pamela’: 100 units of affordable housing open for Salt Lake City’s homeless
https://www.deseret.com/utah/2020/9/...-city-homeless

I feel like this project got built really fast.

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Old Posted Sep 17, 2020, 10:19 PM
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Maven Lofts - 156 East 900 South

https://citizenportal.slcgov.com/Cit...howInspection=

New project proposed at 156 E 900 South. 4 floors & 57 residential units.

I believe this is directly across from where the recently completed Maven Townhomes are located.

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· 57 qty. 1 bed 1 bath apartments (600 S.F.) on levels 2, 3, &4
· 6 qty. Shelled Retail spaces fronting 900 S and Edison St. on level 1
· 1 qty. Shelled Restaurant space footing 900 S. on level 1
· Parking Garage on level 1 (30)
· Off-Street parking along Edison Street in property (8)
· On-Street parking along 900 S (9)
· Adjacent Parking to remain in property (26)
· 3 qty. Rooftop amenities (Tenant Courtyard + Tenant Balcony + Semi Public Restaurant Rooftop) on level 2.
· Public Gathering & Food Truck Area on Edison in front Storefronts
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The Project site is located at 156 East 900 South, Salt Lake City, Utah. The site constitutes approximately 26,000 square feet, the majority of that site is occupied by the existing 2-story structure that was built in 1963 and has been in use consistently since its initial construction. The proposed project adds 2 additional stories and rooftop to the existing structure to create a mixed use development within the program described above. The property also includes an adjacent 26 stall parking lot 158 feet away from the property. This adjacent property will remain as-is.

The Maven Lofts proposal is to maintain the existing building footprint and most of the existing exterior walls and build on top of it. For this specific reason we would like to request the required setback to be waived.

The Development is compatible with the Master plan of the Commercial Corridor, proposing a mix of land use, residential and commercial, with design and materials fitting the neighborhood buildings. Most
of the North elevation is Storefront (45%), facilitating pedestrian’s interest and interaction with the commercial part of the building.

The proposed structure is fifteen feet (44’-11”) above the allowed height for the district. (Not exceeding the Maximum additional height established by Chapter 21A.59 Design Review Process) Allowing this height variance results in an additional floor of apartments bringing more community to the area. Also in order to preserve a reduced scale along 900 S, the new additional levels that face 900 S step back several feet, allowing the new building to integrate better with the scale of the adjacent structures improving the site layout and building amenities.

In Order to obtain the Maximum Additional Height the Landscape area will have to be increased ten percent of the area of the additional floor.




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Harvest at Marmalade update

Kier Construction shared an update of the Harvest at Marmalade project about 2 weeks ago on their Facebook page. Thought I'd share it.
https://www.facebook.com/permalink.p...93379137359898









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I love the Maven Lofts! They have active use, unique design/architecture, rooftop garden. A great addition to the neighborhood.
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Thanks for all the updates Bla'mazing.
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I love the Maven Lofts! They have active use, unique design/architecture, rooftop garden. A great addition to the neighborhood.
Agree Always Sunny. Maven has been doing some nice work in each of their developments. Always different never cookie-cutter. Cool how they'll be converting the current store into the new mixed-use commercial/residential

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Also, Pamela's Place did a great job in choice of materials. Thanks Blah_Amazing for the great updates. I've been wondering about Marmalade. That is going to really be a game changer for that area, which is already seeing some good progress.

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This image may be a few weeks old but I found it on the Dixon Place page on MVE's website:

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Granary District update

Building Salt Lake gave us another great update on the Granary.
https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/the...kL5CNZkJtCoVj0

Here are some of the projects that I was unaware of:

Industry and another partner Qfactor are making plans to develop the block to the east of Industry's newly completed warehouse office adaptive re-use.





Also, Evo, by Lake Union Partners, is starting up:

https://www.evo.com/locations/salt-lake-city





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I don't agree with Building Salt Lake's assessment of the zoning in the Granary District. I've brought this issue up before and compared it with other cities before. I believe very firmly that almost all of these projects should go through a Design Review process. This is the way that the city and community can have a say at how the architecture and development develops.


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The Granary District is stuck in outdated zoning that won’t be changing anytime soon
https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/the...kL5CNZkJtCoVj0

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While the CG General Commercial zone that covers the Granary is flexible, it forces many developments needing height increases and yard size reductions into the design review and planned development processes.

Three of those new developments are showcased below.

Both city planners and developers complain that design review and planned development costs them dearly in money and time. Yet the city’s planning office says there are no immediate plans to remedy the situation by updating the Granary’s zoning ordinance and map

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Just had an earthquake here in the Downtown/Central L.A. area. Short maybe 15 to 20 seconds, probably shallow, but quite violent. It was pretty spooky how it approached. Like a weird warning, you could feel it coming very mildly, and then a sudden bang and a few seconds of wild jerking.

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Speaking of container developments, can we get an update on this on 5th West?


Hey Orlando, This was the latest photo taken on July 29th from Facebook. Pamela's Place pictured in the background and Ecobox in the foreground. I imagine they've made some vertical progress since this pic was taken. I noticed in those Deseret News photos of Sept 15th opening of Pamela's Place, you can see a glimpse to the right of Ecobox. They're apparently at least up to the 2nd floor. Maybe, if someone is in the area they can grab a couple of pics with their phone.


https://www.facebook.com/Ecoboxfab/

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Here is a photo of the Ecobox.

https://imgur.com/SkLxYFB
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