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Metro Salt Lake City's Alpine Loop

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Downtown Update - Convention Center Hotel

March 10th


Construction on the hotel started Jan. 13 and the grand opening is scheduled for October 2022.

Jason Lee for the Deseret News...Salt Lake County officials, in conjunction with Atlanta-based real estate developer Portman Holdings, broke ground Friday on the building, which the Hyatt Hotels Corp. will manage and operate as the new Hyatt Regency Salt Lake City. The new hotel will be located at the corner of 200 South and West Temple in downtown Salt Lake City, adjacent to the Salt Palace Convention Center.

Scheduled to open in October 2022, the $377-million project will be partially financed through the Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy program, which allows for specialty financing to enable green energy design and implementation, a news release stated. The 700-plus room hotel will be among the first “ground-up” developments to utilize the program in the Beehive State...

...“It gives us another layer of sophistication when it comes to attracting bigger and better shows to the state of Utah that helps the entire area. Utah’s going to take a better step in terms of prominence on the national stage because of a facility like this,” he said. “People that hadn’t considered the state before are now going to say, ‘I need to look at Utah, I need to be in Utah for these conventions.’ That’s what kind of prominence this new center is going to give us.”

The 686,784-square-foot, 26-story hotel will include 700 guest rooms and 60,000 square feet of meeting space, as well as two separate restaurants on the first and sixth floors and a lobby bar. The sixth-floor restaurant will sit adjacent to an outdoor area with a swimming pool, as well as a 7,500-square-foot outdoor terrace for events and other activities.

The project will be directly connected to the Salt Palace Convention Center to provide convenience for convention attendees, Baisiwala said...

...“This hotel is built directly into the convention center, which makes it exceptionally easy for the convention attendees to go in and out from their hotel rooms into the convention center,” he said. “Perhaps more importantly, it has a lot of suites — big rooms where VIPs can be housed. And it also has a lot of meeting space which augments the number of meeting rooms of the Salt Palace.”



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Salt Lake City's Salt Palace Convention Center. Convention Center Hotel to rise at the far south end pictured here.

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Note the Circular Plaza at the bottom, which was the former appearance of the plaza that has now become the construction zone of the new Convention Center Hotel

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Some Favorite Historic Architectural Gems of Downtown Salt Lake City

State Capitol

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City Hall

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O.C. Tanner

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The Alta Club

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The Elks Club

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The Capitol Theatre

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The Salt Lake L.D.S. Temple

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The Commercial Club

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The Brooks Arcade Building

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The Cathedral Of The Madeleine

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Thomas S. Monson Center

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Governor's Mansion

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Cathedral Of The Madaleine

by Pat's "Gone to look for America"


The New York

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Rio Grande Depot

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Union Pacific Depot

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Masonic Temple

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The Walker Center

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Deseret/First Security Building

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The Tribune Building

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1st Methodist Church

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Stock Exchange

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The Grand

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LDS Administration Building

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Joseph Smith Memorial Building (formerly The Hotel Utah)

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McCune Mansion

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by Liesel's Easel



by Atelier Teee


Patrick Lofts Apartments

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Crandall & McIntyre Buildings

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The Peery Hotel

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The Kearns Building

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The Beehive House

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The Lion House


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The Devereaux House

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First Presbyterian Cathedral

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Greek Orthodox Cathedral

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Historic Tabernacle, Temple Square


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Assembly Hall, Temple Square

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Council Hall

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Frank E. Moss Courthouse

Ken Lund

The Crane Building

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Odd Fellows Hall

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The Boston & Newhouse Buildings

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Pierpont

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The Meredian (formerly the Veteran's Hospital, newly converted to luxury condominiums)

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The Judge Building

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Hotel Monaco

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The Z.C.M.I. Facade

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The Clift Building

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Updates - Central Metro


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Central Metro Update - Draper - Pluralsight building new global headquarters in Draper

By Holly Menino - https://kutv.com/news/local/utahs-pl...ters-in-draper

The Pluralsight company is building its new global headquarters on about 40 acres of untouched land off the 146th South Exit in Draper, near Corner Canyon.

Pluralsight CEO Aaron Skonnard revealed the new location during an exclusive interview with 2News.

Skonnard said when they signed their first lease in Farmington, Pluralsight had 31 employees. Fast forward four years and the company now has more than 800 employees. Within the next ten years, Pluralsight plans to add 2,400 more employees.

"In the beginning, we'll build one or two buildings that will house the current employee base of Pluralsight and there will be room to grow and build additional buildings in the years ahead," said Skonnard.



Aerial rendering of the proposed Plurasight campus in Draper when completed.


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Southern Metro - Utah Valley University - Construction On 1,000-Foot UVU I-15 Pedestrian Bridge

Construction has begun on a 1,000-foot bridge that will span Interstate 15 to connect the campus of Utah Valley University with housing and a Utah Transit Authority FrontRunner station.

UVU officials said the joint project between UVU, UTA and the Utah Department of Transportation will help students who commute to the university and alleviate traffic on nearby roads.

“This bridge is a symbol of UVU’s commitment to sustainability, clean air, and reducing traffic,” said UVU President Astrid Tuminez. “We are grateful to the Utah Department of Transportation and the Utah Transit Authority for their vision, resources, and support of this project.”



The bridge will include a 15-foot wide walkway with heating elements for snow removal. Officials said the partially-enclosed walkway will have high-capacity elevators and stairs at each end and will have enough space for pedestrians and cyclists.

So far, just over $30 million has been contributed for the project — $4 million from UTA, $6 million from UVU and $20.7 million from UDOT.

I-15 will close for brief periods at night when crews place beams and set concrete. UDOT officials will give two-week advance notices before the closures.

Ground was broken on the bridge last fall with an original completion date of August 2020 — the latest report from UVU officials said the bridge is now scheduled to be completed in November 2020.


The 15-foot wide bridge will have space for cyclists and pedestrians. (UVU)



Bridging the Gap

By: Courtney McKinnon -
https://www.uvu.edu/news/2019/12/121...g_the_gap.html

Architecture preserves the values, culture, and worldview of those who create it. History and politics continue to echo through the halls of the Palace of Westminster. Patrons still visit the Colosseum. The Taj Mahal is the enduring symbol of a broken heart. And the pyramids of Giza have fascinated curious minds for millennia. What we choose to build reflects who we are and the world in which we want to live.

Clark Olsen, president of Utah Pacific Bridge & Steel, is leading construction the next architectural landmark in Utah County — the I-15 pedestrian bridge. It is unlikely to draw tourists, but Olsen says it is destined to be attractive and draw attention to the magnitude of Utah Valley University. With more than 100,000 cars passing under the bridge every day, Clark calls it “a game-changer.”

He says the most significant impact will be on UVU students, faculty, staff, and visiting community members. The vast expanses of steel now being carefully crafted, only a few miles from the construction site, will provide safety, shelter, and direct access to UVU’s campus. The bridge melds classroom buildings on the west of the freeway to those on the east. Commuters arriving at the UTA FrontRunner Orem Central Station and the thousands of students living on the west side of I-15 will also soon have the choice of walking to the main campus.

The bridge is meticulously designed to provide a seamless traveling experience. The 15-foot wide walkway will allow ample space for both pedestrians and cyclists. Each side will have a bicycle stairway for easy bike transportation. An overhead roof will protect travelers from Utah’s variable weather. Heating elements in the floor will clear away snow and ice. And the partially enclosed walkway is designed to give travelers a breathtaking view.

Building bridges has been Olsen’s specialty for the past 45 years. He’s designed, fabricated, transported, and built hundreds of structures across the western United States, and with good reason. The domestic steel used by his company is handled with exactness. It’s processed with blow torches to evaporate any moisture trapped inside. Then, the impure outer layer is removed to guarantee stable welding. Specialized machinery cuts the steel to size within 1/5,000 of an inch. It then goes through stress and ultrasonic testing. In recognition of the company’s care and precision, Utah Pacific Bridge & Steel has received several industry awards. “We are proud of what we do here,” Olsen said. “Our employees are artisans. They really care about the quality of their work, and it shows.”

Olsen has been involved in the planning and development of the pedestrian bridge for the past 20 months. His 45-acre worksite is full of steel girders, web plates, and welded flanges. Each piece is stamped with a unique serial number that is always visible. This ensures that everything is properly assembled, and identifies the mill, roll, and physical and chemical characteristics of the metal. Olsen expects the bridge to stand tall without any issues for more than 60 years.

There are human-made structures that predate written languages, like the Cairn of Barnenez. Some buildings capture history and preserve it, like Notre Dame. And on rare occasions, there are opportunities to embrace change and develop something new.

Utah Valley University has a reputation for building bridges that connect people and help them forge a path to the future. In 2020, please pardon our dust as we work to unite our campus and continue bridging gaps for the entire community.



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Downtown Update, Temple Square Seizmic Upgrades and Redevelopment

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Love the historic buildings of SLC

I especially adore the City and County Building.

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Me too! I think it's easily among the most beautiful buildings of that Richardsonian Romanesque style ever built. There are quite a few still left around the country but most lack the symmetrically balanced beauty of the one in Salt Lake.
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Central Metro - South Jordan Office Building Moved To Make Room For New Bangerter Interchange


Partial aerial view of the community of South Jordan, Central Metro Valley of Salt Lake



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By Carter Williams, KSL.com | Posted - Mar. 31, 2020 at 7:26 p.m.

SOUTH JORDAN — Talk about an oversized load.

Crews worked to slowly move an entire 18,000-square-foot dental office building from one side of a parking lot to the other on Tuesday. The move is in preparation for construction of a new Bangerter Highway interchange that will soon be located close to where the building was before.

The foundation of Osborne Dental, located at 3630 W. South Jordan Parkway, was lifted up on beams and moved to make room for the highway’s south off-ramp at 10400 South. The interchange will be akin to a freeway interchange, according to the Utah Department of Transportation.

UDOT is planning similar Bangerter interchanges at 6200 South in Taylorsville and 12600 South in Riverton, as well.

In regards to 10400 South interchange, there were two buildings in the way of the plans, according to UDOT spokesman John Gleason. UDOT bought those buildings to demolish and make room for the interchange; however, the agency reached an agreement with Dr. Bret Osborne, one of the building owners, who was able to repurchase the building if he had it moved.


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Central Metro - Murray Central Station To Become A Grand Central Station


Designer concept of Murray Central Station, view from Vine Street Plaza to the south. (Drawing courtesy Landmark Design)

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By Shaun Delliskave for the Murray City Journal

Gone will be the kiosks, open-air platforms, and lack of parking. Incoming will be a covered station with retail space, offices and a parking garage. Landmark Design...presented the Murray Central Station Small Area Draft Plan to city staff and members of the public, who were all given a chance to see concept designs and ask the planner questions about the project.

“From what I saw at the presentation, we have a way to go before it fits in with what we envision for the whole downtown area,” remarked Murray City Councilman Jim Brass, whose district includes the transportation node.

Landmark Design is a Salt Lake City-based landscape architecture and community planning firm that was awarded the concept plan contract. Landmark offered the open house to gather feedback for the final plan. To hire Landmark, Murray City tapped into a grant awarded by the Transportation and Land Use Connection program (TLC). The grant was given to the city specifically for the purpose of continuing development of the Murray Central TRAX and FrontRunner station.

The purpose of the TLC program is to help cities facilitate their desired growth in coordination with transportation—like TRAX—across the Wasatch Front. The TLC grant program is led by the Wasatch Front Regional Council (WFRC) and funded by a partnership of Salt Lake County, the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT), and the Utah Transit Authority (UTA).

One prime concern for the city is the environmental impact of the station. Built on the site of the ASARCO smelters, any major construction will need approval from the EPA in order to redevelop the site for any land use other than commercial and light industrial.

Landmark Design’s study noted that retail real estate market is in flux as a result of online shopping and changes in shopper behavior. Any development would need to emphasize restaurants, entertainment, and experiential retail as the key attractors for retail formats. The Central Station area currently represents 16 percent of Murray’s retail jobs and is projected to grow by 72 percent by 2040.

Utah Transit Authority (UTA) is currently incorporating Murray Central into the Taylorsville–Murray Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project. The BRT is in preliminary design for phase 1, from Murray Central Station to Salt Lake Community College. Phase 2, from the community college to West Valley City center, is being planned.

The Murray Central Station is important to the bike network at multiple levels—both regionally and locally. About seven percent of people accessing the station do so by bike, that’s more than double the transit system average. The study noted the station provides a nearly unparalleled opportunity to connect local cyclists with distant regional destinations. Also, a number of existing and potential regional bike corridors run through and around the station area, such as the Jordan River Parkway.

Landmark presented two visions of the station, each incorporating a total buildings footprint of approximately 150,000 square feet. A third of that space will be devoted to parking, while other buildings will mainly be office space with a mix of retail and services.





Central Metro - Recent and Ongoing Developments At Murray's Central Station


Looking West/Northwest - Serving as the geographical heart of the Central Metro/Salt Lake Valley is the City of Murray. It's quite natural that at this junction, a major confluence of Heavy Commuter Rail, Light Rail, Bus, and Interstate 15, the Murray Central Station has developed. What was once a vast smelting sight for turn of the past century mining, has been remediated into an ever-evolving major TOD.


Looking East toward the Intermountain Medical Center Campus



Seasons At Murray Crossing Apartments : At Murray Central Station


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Construction Completed, Now Renting

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Central Metro - Birkhill District at Station Center TOD Developments Continue To Grow In Number


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Is construction still going on? All construction projects have halted to a stand still here in Seattle by order of our Governor. My project, in design, is still full steam ahead. Though, eventually, I think the impacts of all the retail and hospitality layoffs will hit my profession as well, which was opposite of the last recession where we were one of the first to be hit. Though, our projects, in design are scheduled to not begin construction months and months and even years away. So, many of our clients are presuming that this pandemic will be short-term (3 to 6 months), and the economy will be swinging back.
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As of yesterday, construction was still happening on all the major construction sites downtown.
Demo work is done on the Convention Center hotel and excavation is underway.

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Construction is definitely still going on. I provided this update a week and a half ago:

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Good news is that almost all the construction sites are still in full swing. The airport, marmalade, Block 67, Dixon Place, CCH, 95 State, Liberty Sky, The Exchange all had construction workers on site hard at work yesterday. The only sites I went by that didn't were The Birdie, Park Avenue apt building, and Sugarmont (which was already having problems before COVID).



This was on a Saturday and when I went back around a few days later, The Birdie, Park Avenue, and Sugarmont also all had construction going on, as well as Paperbox. I live in Sugar House and at this moment there is ongoing construction with all three Sugar House projects. Construction hasn't seemed to be affected much.

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Taylor Anderson Reports - How will the coronavirus impact Salt Lake’s building boom? It’s ‘wildly unpredictable’ - Full Article @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/how...unpredictable/

If the coronavirus tearing through the nation is what it takes to slow down the building boom in Salt Lake County, developers aren’t sure of it yet.

That may be because, as Salt Lake City’s planning chief says, the situation is “wildly unpredictable” at this point.

There’s no doubt the pandemic will impact the region’s real estate market, as financiers expect repayment from developers whose tenants have closed and are unable to make rent. The same goes for landlords whose single-family tenants are suddenly expected to make rent without sources of income.

The Salt Lake metro area has been among the nation’s hottest real estate markets since the past recession, with prices rapidly increasing amid quick population increase. Developers and the public had been wary of an economic slowdown for the past two years when the coronavirus struck.

But so far, several projects are still underway and developers continue to reach out to the city to move forward with new ones.

Nick Norris, Salt Lake City’s planning director, said he has yet to see developers call in to pull back on their projects.

“In fact,” he said, “it is the opposite.” ...




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Downtown Update - The Exchange


Covering more than 2 acres of prime downtown real estate... The Exchange is a joint venture between Giv Development, a local development firm, and Domain Properties, a New York based real estate firm. Both organizations focus on building and enhancing the surrounding community, in addition to the physical development. It was designed by KTGY Architecture + Planning. As part of the City's Civic Campus, this mixed-use development will sit just east of the Salt Lake City Public Library. The Exchange is planned to include 216 market-rate and 196 affordable residential units, which will add much needed density to the area. The number of units will total 412 units. Current plans have more than 20,000 square feet of street-front retail space. This ground floor space will be anchored by an international food hall and marketplace in partnership with the International Rescue Committee’s Spice Kitchen business incubator program. Other notable features of the development will include “The Shop at Salt Lake City”, Domain’s innovative co-working and business accelerator platform. The 30,000-square foot space will offer amenities and programming aimed at stimulating entrepreneurship, small business development, and community engagement. The proposal highlights the use of art and green space and commitment to energy efficiency and will be a great addition to the Civic Campus.

With commission approval both phases of The Exchange move forward

Rendering of the north face of the five-story building in the Exchange development as designed by KTGY Architecture + Planning. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.


Rendering of the Northwest Corner of The Exchange. Image courtesy of BuildingSaltLake.com


Rendering of the northeast corner of The Exchange. Image courtesy Salt Lake City.


Rendering of the southwest corner of The Exchange and People’s Way a city-owned private street. Image courtesy Salt Lake City.




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