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Salt Lake City & MSA/CSA Rundown


HAPPY HALLOWEEN



Autumn Color surrounding Park City's Deer Valley 'Montage' Ski Lodge





Downtown Update - Gateway Center - Historic 1908 Salt Lake City train station to be transformed into a luxury Marriott Autograph hotel - 'The Asher Adams'


October 13, 2021 - Taylor Anderson Reports - Full Article @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/new...elated-delays/

...While the Athens Group has begun crowd-funding its major redevelopment of the historic building into a 225-room luxury hotel, it says it is still on track to open the hotel in 2024.

The Planning Commission held no discussion when approving the second delay on Wednesday night, which the developers said was related to difficulty securing financing during the COVD-19 pandemic. Staff noted the builders have permits lined up and construction should begin next year.

The delay is required for projects that receive Planning Commission approval but don’t pull building permits within a year of that approval.

“As you know the Covid-19 pandemic severely disrupted the hospitality market in 2020 and extending into the first half of 2021,” Shannon Heringer, the Athens Group director of development, told us.

“Thankfully, market conditions and the capital markets for new hotel projects are improving,” Heringer said. “As a result we are moving forward with our construction documents with a goal of commencing construction during the first half of 2022 with anticipated completion and hotel opening in early 2024.”



Aerial of a portion of the northern segment of the Gateway Center. Pictured, the historic Union Pacific Depot, behind which the Marriott Autograph 'Asher Adams' Luxury Hotel will be constructed. Gateway is currently undergoing a major redevelopment costing in the hundreds of millions. This ongoing makeover will advance Gateway in a direction that is much more on trend in serving Downtown Salt Lake City's rapidly expanding core.

https://i2.wp.com/www.buildingsaltla...34%2C996&ssl=1



October 11, 2021


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update on the "Asher Adams" boutique hotel at the Union Pacific depot in the Gateway: construction set to begin next spring
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The great hall is taking bookings until February 2022 and so construction likely starts after that. They raised 30 million on Crowdstreet for this, which was over their goal by a great deal...


Renderings of an eight-story hotel being built in The Gateway Center around the west face of the historic Union Pacific Depot. - https://media.deseretdigital.com/fil...c=6&a=ba586585










SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — A downtown Salt Lake City shopping center will celebrate 20 years next month. The Gateway was built just before the 2002 Olympics...

In 2016, its new owners, Phoenix-based Vestar, unveiled a $100 million plan to revitalize the mall, ...that plan remains unfinished, including a boutique hotel inside the historic Union Pacific building and an ice rink on the Olympic fountain.

Jacklyn Briggs, The Gateway marketing director, said the investment in the mall has been made, although she acknowledged some aspects of it have not come to fruition yet.

“When you think about it in the terms of, okay, you know, there’s going to be one grand opening date, that’s not the terms we think of,” said Briggs. “This is a building process that we’re doing alongside the community.”

Briggs said the hotel, which will be called Asher Adams, is still on track. Construction is set to begin next spring, she said, likely finishing in 2024.

New renderings released to 2News Friday showed what the inside and outside of the hotel will look like.

The planned outdoor ice rink is also still coming to The Gateway, Briggs said, but not until the hotel is finished.

Other things are also happening, she said, such as new restaurants, art, and other improvements on the site.

“It’s an ongoing process that we’re doing, and we’re pivoting with the community about what they need and what’s beneficial to them,” said Briggs, “so it’s sort of an ongoing organic process in that way.”...

...It's a growing, beautiful space,” Briggs said.










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Downtown Update, The West Quarter, Phase I Construction Timeline


By Tony Semerad, The Salt Lake Tribunehttps://www.sltrib.com/news/2019/12/...city-approves/

Salt Lake City has approved a way to pump $15 million into building a huge subterranean parking garage for Block 67, an upcoming ambitious residential and hotel project on the western edge of the city’s downtown.

The agreement, backed Tuesday by the City Council in its role overseeing the city’s Redevelopment Agency (RDA), clears a major hurdle for what is to be known as The West Quarter, a 6.45-acre development bounded by
100 South and 200 South from 200 West to 300 West.


Phase I, The West Quarter

(Rendering by The Ritchie Group) A rendering of The Ritchie Group's Phase I Block 67 development in Salt Lake City, as though looking Southeast along 300 West.

http://www.jacobsenconstruction.com/...1-1370x580.jpg



Developers with Salt Lake City-based The Ritchie Group and Garn Development Co. in Layton plan to build more than 650 dwellings, two hotels, an office tower, retail shops, a tree-lined street cut through the block and an underground
parking garage with more than 1,200 stalls.


With its four towers and extensive amenities, to be built in two phases, The West Quarter project will push the center of the city’s urban core west, with more robust pedestrian connections between the existing downtown and The Gateway and
Vivint Smart Home Arena farther west.

“It really is a good project,” Councilman Charlie Luke said Tuesday. “It really is going to do a lot for the city and especially for that part of the city in terms of redevelopment."...

...Ryan Ritchie, a principal in The Ritchie Group, has said the underground parking garage is integral to the project’s overall financial success...The loan agreement sets up a legal mechanism for the city to give the developers the $15 million in
money for the parking garage, then lets the developers pay it back over time as their project generates additional tax money. Salt Lake City’s RDA will, in turn, pass those payments back to the county...


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December 5th - Construction fencing is going up around the West Quarter site today!!

Looks like another big project is imminent!!
Jacobsen is partnering with The Ritchie Group and Garn Development to build Phase I of The Block 67 Project. The West Quarter, a multi-use development that will help define the emerging sports and entertainment district in downtown Salt Lake City.
The project — adjacent to Vivint Smart Home Arena — will feature more than 650 residential units, a mid-block street with access to 200 South and 300 West, and a subterranean parking garage. The scope of work also includes more than
100,000 square feet of retail space, 430,000 square feet of office space and a 271-room hotel.



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The cranes seemed to pop out of nowhere quick.
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The view from the 6th North bridge is amazing. The cranes look so far away from Main Street even though they are only 2 blocks.

I can't wait for the 2 CCH cranes to also go up. 6 tower cranes up and working From State Street to 3rd West and South Temple to 2nd South.

My wife did point out to me today as we drove around downtown that there are many work trucks from out of state license plats at the various projects. I thought that this was nice in that we are pulling workers from other states for our projects.



May 31, 2020


Photo By StayingInformed



June 29, 2020

The West End project by Ritchie Group at 251 W 100 S is getting footings after installing two main cranes. Its first phase will add residential, hospitality, and hotel capacity around the Utah Jazz arena.

Photo By Luke Garrott @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/in-...tinues-to-pop/



July 29, 2020

Pic By Scott Harding



August 28, 2020

Photo By Atlas



December 23, 2020

Photo By Atlas



January 7, 2021


The West Quarter’s south crane. Convention center hotel site, center top.
Photo By Luke Garrott of BuildingSaltLake.com



April 12th

Here are some shots of the West Quarter from April 12th, found on Twitter. These are starting to make a big impact!






Photos Provided By Atlas - found on Twitter


April 25th




Updated Design of Hotel Portion of Phase I


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The next planning commission meeting will discuss proposed changes to the West Quarter development. Most of it seems to be related to the appearance of the hotel portion of the project. Details and renderings (more in the document linked above):
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The West Quarter project challenges the typical 10‐acre Salt Lake City block by proposing a development centered around a new through mid‐block street, resting on a below grade parking garage. The midblock
street will break down the large block scale and provide a pedestrian connection between the Downtown on 200 South and Gateway District on 300 West. The mid‐block street will be lined with retail on both sides creating an active urban environment that is focused more on pedestrian activity
while reducing vehicular traffic.

Due to the large size of our city blocks, the existing grade of our streets and sidewalks changes deceivingly across the block frontage as well as from one block to another. The existing grade along 300 West block changes by approximately 10’‐0”, approximately half of which takes place across the project frontage. Similarly, the grade continues to change along 200 South block frontage and 200 West creating three different elevations that the mid‐street and the service alley will connect and reconcile. From that perspective the project needed to prioritize the grade elevations and their transition to maximize accessibility and street activation without making modifications to the existing streets.

300 West is a State road operated by the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) and is subject to UDOT regulations. The existing street elevation along 300 West (between the new mid‐block street and entrance to the hotel port cochere) varies between 4272.96 at the south end and 4276.30 at the north end. The hotel ground level elevation has been set at 4278 to maximize accessibility and engagement with the new mid‐block street. The grade changes and complex relationship between the existing and new mid‐block street required the design of the 300 West frontage to be reevaluated subsequently to the Planning Commission approval.
And it turns out SLC will have at least one rooftop dining and drinking experience soon! I still hope to see something higher and closer to Main Street eventually. This one seems to have a mostly northwestern-facing orientation too, so the views of downtown and the Wasatch won't be dominant.


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The current design maintains a rooftop bar along 300 West that will contribute to street and skyline activation in accordance with the city design standards and approved design. The refined building massing creates a distinct rooftop element articulated with recessed glazing, expressed columns and a continuous architectural roofline. The roofline terminates at the northwest corner of the building with a long and dramatic cantilever that, along with the glass volume below, announces the entrance to the
development. The distinct roofline will be illuminated with continuous, linear fixtures to maintain its presence and distinct expression on the night skyline while the wood clad soffit will diffuse the lighting
and create a floating effect.

In addition to the rooftop bar, that will activate the northwest corner and create a strong connection with the Vivint Smart Home Arena, the current design will provide street and skyline activation at the opposite southeast corner of the hotel. An outdoor pool deck, with views of the downtown skyline and mountains, will create additional active uses along the future extension of the mid‐block street. In addition to enhancing and connecting the second project phase, the pool deck will be visible and create a strong connection with 200 South.








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June 15th - Construction Updates, Phase I



Photos By Scott Harding



August 5th - Construction Updates, Phase I




Photos By Layrasm



September - Construction Updates, Phase I


Photo From Twitter @LloydColezone, photo taken from the top floor of Vivint Arena



September 26th - Construction Updates, Phase I

The West Quarter Phase 1 - Two 11-floor buildings, with 242 residential units and 272 hotel guest rooms with ground floor retail. - under construction



Photos By Blah_Amazing

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The West Quarter - Phase II Takes On New and Exciting Design Upgrades

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Sounds like Phase 2 for The West Quarter, may be moving faster than originally thought.

From the original plan, I think they were looking to have RWP clearing out in early 2022. With it happening around May 2021, this could mean that the overall timing has sped up.

I do think it would be nice to have 3+ major projects undergoing excavation at the same time. It is this that probably lead to the speed up of Phase 2. This will allow the current workers to shift from Phase 1 to Phase 2.

I do wonder how many towers we will see continue above the Phase 2 podium. Will we see all 3 towers, just the Residential and Hotel, or just the Residential. Pre-Covid, the plan was for the Residential and the Hotel to go up immediately and the Commercial tower to be added once demand was there. Does anyone know if this is still the plan or if we may see all 3 towers rise simultaneously?

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Very exciting to see West Quarter Phase II going forward. Walking from Main Street along 200 S, Block 67 feels so impenetrable right now. It's really going to be a nice urban gateway to the Vivint Arena when it's done, not to mention it may have a massive impact on the skyline. Right now, SLC doesn't have any towers that are more than a block or so from Main Street...


New renderings for West Quarter’s Phase 2 show impressive architectural and mixed-use ambition - Luke Garrott Reports - Full Article @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/new...-use-ambition/

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Luke Garrott - One of the worst holes in Downtown’s urban fabric will be getting filled by the second phase of the West Quarter project, whose Phase 1, along with the Salt Palace convention center hotel a block away, is sprouting a downtown skyline west of Main Street.

New renderings of the structures are out, and they are dramatic.

The 4.36 acres of Phase 2 of the West Quarter will front on 200 South, currently a dead zone of surface parking for the Royal Wood office complex at 230 West 200 South.

The project will offer 846 new residential dwellings in three buildings, the tallest of which will be 28 stories.

It also includes a 16-story office building (408,000 sf), as well as over 50,000 sf of ground-floor retail space. A 161-room hotel will be included in the 14-story residential building.

Parking will be provided in two structures, totaling 1535 stalls...Here are the new images, courtesy of Legend Partners, the project’s leasing agent.

https://www.crexi.com/lease/properti...west-100-south - Updated Phase II, As seen from the Southeast looking Northwest toward the Great Salt Lake


Updated Phase II, As seen looking toward the Northeast from the corner of 200 South and 300 West













As a comparison, here is a view of the original rendering plans

Updated from the same angle



Construction site pre-demolition of the upcoming portion of Phase II of the West Quarter.

Photo By Atlas

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Downtown Update - Hyatt Regency, Convention Center Hotel







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.”




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

https://www.monaco-saltlakecity.com/...r-c3205e56.jpg


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

https://static1.squarespace.com/stat...55/SLC+library



January 7th

Photo By Luke Garrott @ BuildingSaltLake.com Convention center hotel site, orange, center. The roof of the Salt Palace Convention Center left-center.



Salt Lake City convention hotel on track for fall 2022 opening


Estimated to cost $377-plus million, Hyatt Regency Salt Lake City is scheduled to be completed and hosting its first guests in the fall of 2022

Janurary 12th - Henry S. Johnson for Global Travel Industry News - https://eturbonews.com/2552484/salt-...-2022-opening/

One year after its groundbreaking ceremony, Salt Lake’s convention hotel — the Hyatt Regency Salt Lake City — is on schedule for completion in October 2022.

The tower concrete construction is completed through level three and the podium steel erection begins later this month. Through the first quarter of 2021, the exterior façade installation will begin, escalators on meeting room levels will be hoisted into place and the vertical construction is slated to continue to progress with topping out of the project to come at the end of this year.

“Seeing the Hyatt Regency Salt Lake City taking shape is both exciting and promising for Salt Lake’s meeting and convention future and the recovery of our visitor economy from the devastating effects of COVID-19,” said Kaitlin Eskelson, president & CEO of Visit Salt Lake.

“Our sales team will soon have everything meeting professionals want and they’re working hard to fill this new property and the many others throughout our community to ensure the long-term success of Salt Lake’s hospitality community.”




January 30th

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Downtown - Latest Hyatt Regency Convention Center Hotel Progress Videos
February 5th

Video Link


Video Link




February 22nd


Photo By Atlas



March 3rd

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First signs of glass on the CCH!


Source - Posted By Atlas


March 26th




Source (and more photos) - Posted By Atlas



April 25th


Photos By Atlas



June 12th

CCH from my patio


CCH crains got taller over the weekend


CCH at night


Photos By BretUtah


July 1st

The Convention Hotel is getting a lot of new convention space

Photo By BretUtah


July 18th

on LinkedIn



August 2nd




Photos By Luke Garrott @ BuildingSaltLake.com



August 14th


Photo By Scott Harding



September 15th

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I'm really liking the look of the Hyatt Regency at night. It is going to look great when it is finished.



Photo By BretUtah



September 16th

Photo By Reeder113


September 26th

Hyatt Regency Salt Lake City - a ~700 guest room hotel connected to the Salt Palace - under construction



Photos By Blah_Amazing



October 9th


Photo By Reeder113



October 11th




Photos By RC14

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Central City Updates, Capitol Homes Apartments


PROJECT OVERVIEW
The Capitol Homes Apartments is a one building community comprised of 87,062 square feet divided between 4-stories with a total of 93 units. This new community is located at 1749 South State in Salt Lake City, Utah.
It will also host four commercial units on the ground floor. Capitol Homes completion date is scheduled for fall of 2021.





June 2019

The former buildings on the site that for decades was a motel at 1749 S. State St.



July 2020

Photo of what remains of the motel. On Friday, crews demolished the motel and few other small buildings located at 1749 S. State St.




December 2020 - Photos By https://www.kier.org/our-work/multi-...es-apartments/








April-May 2021 - Recent Additional Photos By Kier Construction @ https://www.kier.org/our-work/multi-...es-apartments/



Photos By Kier Construction



June - Recent Additional Photos By Kier Construction @ https://www.kier.org/our-work/multi-...es-apartments/















October 29th

They're putting the finishing touches on the new Capitol Homes Project

Photo By Taylor Anderson @ BuildingSaltLake.com
https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/new...EMAIL_CAMPAIGN)

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Downtown Update - The Dakota Pacific Regent St. Mixed-Use Luxury Hotel Project Is Happening Sooner Than Later.


In the most recent City Council Meeting, which was jam-packed with new downtown development information, it was revealed that the construction of the new Dakota Pacific Mixed-Use Boutique Hotel/Residential Project would be happening sooner than expected. In a recently released rendering, we see on our left the upcoming Dakota Pacific Hotel Tower, which is tucked in beautifully on the West flank of the soon to commence construction 'Astra' Residential Tower.


The Dakota Pacific Regent St. Luxury Boutique Hotel & Residences


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The tower in these new renders is from HKS (same as Astra) and it's mixed-use. Floors 3-14 are a hotel, floors 15-24 are residences, and floors 25-26 are a restaurant/pool space according to the plans in the link.














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Central Metro - Holladay Hills Block D building - Holladay District, Under Construction


October 30th - Subreddit - DevelopmentSLC -
https://www.reddit.com/r/Development...FEWzmbABAAA%3D

Holladay Hills, a mixed-use development coming to the former Cottonwood Mall site with construction to begin this spring.

The plan will include a mixture of commercial and residential areas, with up to 614 dwelling units and up to 714,000 square feet of commercial space, including office space, dining and entertainment, along with an open park area.


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"One of the top priorities with this project is to create meaningful amounts of green space that is available to the community for gatherings and events to enhance the quality of life in remarkable city,” said Steve Peterson, the president of Millrock Capital, who is undertaking the project in a co-partnership with Woodbury Corporation and Ball Ventures.


Master Plan


Pictured Renderings of Block D, Under Construction





https://beecherwalker.com/portfolio-...hills-block-d/

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Downtown Update - The Convexity Tower Project

Taylor Andersen Reporting - Full Article @
https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/sal...ne-on-the-way/

...The tower that will replace the existing Broadway Place will be 31 stories tall. It will bring 359 residential units to the area on 26 of the 31 stories, leaving 5,800 square feet of space for ground-floor retail and 359 parking stalls on four stories above ground...

...The Convexity tower “builds on the vision of community leaders who developed the goals of programs like ‘Downtown Rising’ and is one step forward in ensuring Salt Lake City remains the primary cultural, financial, legal and government center of Utah,” Matt Lusty, a representative of the group, told Building Salt Lake on Wednesday.

It will continue two ongoing trends Downtown: new, skyline-altering skyscrapers, and an impending swell of people living in the city center...


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The fencing has gone up for The Convexity Tower...

The new tower on the northeast corner of 300 South 200 East will replace a one-story building and local retailers with a 31-story residential building. Rendering courtesy of Worthington.





September 27th

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October 14th


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From the subreddit - they’re clearing the way for the Convexity tower:



https://www.reddit.com/r/Development...tm_name=iossmf

October 21st


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Downtown Update - Liberty Duet


Blah_Amazing - New SLC Project: Liberty Duet. Location: 353 E 500 S. Architect: Humphreys & Partners. 5 floors (4 over 1). 54 res units. 48 parking stalls (0.9 per unit). Located south of The Exchange development & directly east of the SL Public Safety building. Replaces a 1-floor office building facing 500 S.


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Update, New SLC Transit Station Development Project: At the Fairgrounds Apartments


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

Address: 122 North 1000 West

The Basics: 5 floors. 58 apartments. 6 surface parking stalls (1:0.1 per unit parking ratio) & 30 bike stalls. Architect: Line 29 Architecture. Developer: Oz Development.



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Massings by Orlando. Pictured at center in gray are The upcoming Astra Tower and Regent St. Hotel to the left
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Downtown Update - Madeleine Choir School Erbin Hall Renovation & Seismic Upgrade - Avenues District - Previously Completed

Architect, MJSA
Owner, Salt Lake City Diocese



Project Description

Erbin Hall was originally built in the late 1800s and is listed on the Salt Lake Historical Registry. It needed seismic upgrades to comply with building codes and extensive renovation to better serve the Madeline Choir School students and faculty. Because of the building’s historical significance, the project had to meet the requirements of Salt Lake City’s Landmark Commission. The renovation also included adding a new library and remodeling the existing space to include more classrooms.



Pictured, Completed 2nd floor of Erbin Hall's seismic upgrade and renovation by Okland Construction



Additional seismic upgrades throughout Campus - Okland Construction, https://www.okland.com/markets/k-12-...ismic-upgrade/
- MJSA Architects, https://mjsaa.com/
















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Address: 67 N B Street - The Madeleine Choir School to build a new 16,500 SF field house and additional classroom space.



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Site Plan


Street Level Plan


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Downtown North Update - Transit Station Development - The Iris


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Address: 443 West 400 North

Project Description: The Iris - Demolition of a small admin building and main food processing and production plant at 443 West 400 North.

Future Development: The Iris is a planned 7 floor, 95 foot tall, 141 unit project to be built by CW Urban.


Streetside North Facade
So I guess we now know what is going to be built on that Loopnet site we have been watching.

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Cowboy Properties posted this rendering video of Liberty Sky on Youtube today...

Thought y'all would be interested.


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Downtown East Update - The DeWitt Apartments


Luke Garrott Reports - Full Article @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/eas...ental-project/


Do construction cranes equal weather vanes? If so, the breeze continues to grace Downtown Salt Lake City. In east Downtown, along east Broadway and 400 South, the projects keep coming, and it’s starting to look like climate, not just weather.

The seven-story, courtyard-style DeWitt Apartments’ market-rate 149 units (studios to 2 bdrm) will replace the one-story Metropolis Integrated Media sound studio on .77 acres at 346 South 500 East. The project is just steps from numerous amenities in one of the city’s most walkable and transit-rich neighborhoods...

...The DeWitt’s ground floor, facing 500 East, will contain tenant amenities – including a gym, co-working space, and lobby. The lobby “will have a strong hospitality driven design ethos so it will feel very much like a public space,” according to the proposed building’s designers, locals ajc architects...




Sound Studio on 500 East being replaced by The DeWitt Apartments



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The Next Planning Commission Meeting is a week from today.

The DeWitt project's design review will be up as well as the zoning map amendment for The Other Side Village homeless housing project.

Salt Lake City is planning a tiny home village to house hundreds of homeless.


Katie McKellar for the Deseret News - Full Article @ https://www.deseret.com/utah/2021/4/...ilt-other-side

Salt Lake City...has an ambitious plan to start building a master-planned tiny home community to house the homeless — and have some homes ready for move-in before winter sets in this year.

To pull it off, ... a new partnership with a familiar nonprofit that is lauded as having a proven track record of helping those who are homeless, battling substance abuse or who carry a criminal record to turn their lives around, all “while being a positive neighbor”: The Other Side Academy...


Tiny Home Concept provided by Salt Lake City



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The plan calls for another three detached garages and two surface parking stalls on the south end of the property between 800 South and 900 South, 700 East and 800 East.

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Address: 839 S Mendon Ct

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Downtown Updates - Brinshore Developments - 255 South State



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A little teaser: Just toured the Brinshore site. That project is going to be a very special tenant mix for Food and Bev. Just an unbelievable mix of local and national talent. I'll feed more info when the time is right. But I'm STOKED.

Brinshore Development of Chicago will have two attractive projects coming up for Salt Lake City in 2020 & 2021. The first to commence will be Downtown's 255 S. State and the second along the North Temple light-rail line on the
western perimeter of downtown.




The Brinshore Project - 255 South State


Copy By Luke Garrott @ BuildingSaltLake.com Senior representatives from Chicago-based Brinshore Development, one of the largest affordable housing developers in the country, according to Principal
David Brint, has briefed the Salt Lake City Redevelopment Agency (RDA) Board these past months...Brinshore’s mixed affordable and market-rate project aims to align with the goals of a 2018 RFQ from the RDA. Among those goals are
providing a significant number of “deeply affordable” units, promoting an active streetscape, establishing a public mid-block walkway, and preserving and activating the historic Cramer House on Floral Street...Instead of proposing a single
building of large scale, Brinshore’s architect, KTGY, has designed two structures. The south building will be eight floors containing 73 units and the north structure will rise to 13 stories with 117 units. 152 of the 190 total units will be
affordable, ranging from 20%-80% of AMI, with 38 units at market rate. The mix will be 122 one-bedroom, 52 two-bedroom, 13 three- and four-bedroom, with three at-grade artist live-work spaces.

On street level, the project will offer 23,000 sq. ft. of commercial space (down from 40,000 in previous plans), some of which will be dedicated to community and education purposes. The developer plans to build one level of below-grade
parking, offering 100 stalls. Eighteen surface parking spaces will be reserved for retail clients...Between the buildings will be a public “paseo.” It will run from Floral Street (an alley at about 125 East that’s accessible only from 200 South)
to State Street and align with Gallivan Avenue on the west side of State.

Pedestrians will be able to pass all the way from Edison Street (145 East) to State thanks to an existing east-west alley and the paseo.



Newly released renderings Brinshore's State Street Project











January 26th



March 4th

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Luke Garrott, BuildingSaltLake.com: ...Construction began last week on 255 South State.


City officials and developers will be delivering on a mixed-use, 80% affordable, two-tower project that incorporates significant public plazas and a midblock “paseo” between State Street and Edison (145 E). It will restore and repurpose a
historic house into a restaurant as part of the development’s 25,000 sf of retail space. The taller of the two towers (eight and 12 stories) will use an innovative construction technique, combining light structural steel with 10 levels of
load-bearing factory-panelized walls called the “Infinity System.”

The project’s 190 units will range from studios to 4-bdrms. 168 of those are federal tax credit units, serving people who make between 20-80% of AMI.

Construction is expected to take 24 months, aiming at a Spring 2023 opening. Here are some current photos of the site:



March 18th








Photos By Luke Garrott @ BuildingSaltLake.com



April 29th

Photo By Atlas



May 6th

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May 29th

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June 16th





Photos By Concretecole


August 1st

Photo By Luke Garrott @ BuildingSaltLake.com


September 16th

Photo By Reeder113



October 21st


Photo By Atlas

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Downtown Update, The Gateway District - The Cinq Project Enthusiastically Approved By Planning Commission


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Looks like work has started on the Cinq project in Greek Town. Demo work at the least. There's a crew there today tearing up the old parking lots on either side of the historic warehouse.
Work has also started on the Greenprint Gateway apartments on the western corner of the same block.

Copy by Luke Garrott @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/dep...-neighborhood/

The stage is set in the Depot District for the CINQ, dbUrban and Dwell Design Studio’s seven-story, 203 unit market-rate project at 530 West 200 South.
If approved in design review at the city, it will make a major statement on a key block in the Depot District, Salt Lake City’s Old Greektown. Its two buildings (plus the warehouse) will take up half the block
between 500 and 600 West, and incorporate the historically-registered 1929 Central Warehouse. At the project’s western boundary, the one-story Citizen Investment Building, which has most recently hosted
a nightclub and a restaurant, will be demolished.

“The rhythm of the column spacing and the window pattern” have been designed into the new building to reproduce the pedestrian scale, Dustin Holt of dbUrban told Building Salt Lake.



Notice the setback of taller structures that help highlight the Central Warehouse. Rendering courtesy Dwell Design Studio.



The CINQ site, 200 South and TRAX, bottom. Central Warehouse, center. Left-center, Casa Milagros senior housing. Alta Gateway/Gateway 606, large white building, center-right. Photo by Luke Garrott.



Notice the setback of taller structures that help highlight the Central Warehouse. Rendering courtesy Dwell Design Studio.


The project will have 2600 sf of ground-floor retail on the corner of 500 West and 200 South. Image courtesy Dwell Design Studio.

On the ground floor of the new buildings will be townhomes on 500 West, 2600 sf of retail on the corner of 500 West and 200 South, a leasing office and live-work units (3000 sf) on 200 South.
The developers expressed that “it was paramount to not only embrace the existing Central Warehouse building, but to highlight it through the rest of the project orientation and design.”
Indeed, the new buildings adjacent to the warehouse are set back from the sidewalk to amplify the presence of the historic structure.



February 22, 2021

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October 21, 2021

Site demolition complete

Photo By Atlas

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