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SALT LAKE CITY | Development Thread

Ok, I've neglected this thread, but there really hasn't been much news to report. Now it appears Salt Lake is about to see some exciting growth downtown, so I thought I'd retool this thread.

Oh and there is no map (I know, I know!)

Possible new tallest

30+ stories
Unknown height (over 420 feet)
Groundbreaking unknown



Hamilton Partners Tower

21 stores
316 feet
Groundbreaking finally set for August





Unnamed Residential Tower

30-31 stories
Unknown height
Groundbreaking set for next year




City Creek Condominiums

20 stories
Unknown height
Groundbreaking set for possibly next year



Global Exchange Place

23 stories
300+ feet
Groundbreaking unknown



Vantage Tower

12 stories
100 or so feet
Groundbreaking either fall of '07 or early '08



Federal Courthouse

10 stories
100 or so feet
Groundbreaking unclear, design may change



Radi8 Condos

6 stories
Groundbreaking has begun, or will begin shortly



Metro Condominiums

7 stories
Currently under construction



Broadway Park Lofts

7 stories
Groundbreaking expected to start next year







Metro Park West

Groundbreaking could come next year




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Yeah but that Wasatch Block thingy fell through, so who cares about the rest of this stuff?
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Interesting.
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What a old thread. Salt Lake has a lot more going for it now. This needs to be updated.
I will have to get to work on this and update it.
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Here's a short update of projects in salt lake city.


Let's add some highrises to the list...


City Creek Condo Tower 1.....26 stories






City Creek Condo Tower 2.....32 stories





City Creek Condo Tower 3.....10-12 stories




World Trade Center Utah.......25-28 stories





222 South Main Tower....21 stories





Cowboy Partners Tower....30+ stories





Frank Moss Courthouse Expansion Tower...10 stoires




Remodel of the Walker Tower....18 stories
Upgrading this office building into class A offices space.
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Old Posted Mar 30, 2007, 2:39 AM
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The City Creek Center project in downtown salt lake city is underway. The Mall is coming down to make way for highrise Condo Towers, Outdoor retails and office space.

Demo of the Mall.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MMs7S6EF04o
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You've got everything nice and concice, but it will take until 2015 to complete this. The 30-story Cowboy Partners Bldg is a "maybe," the "Utah World Trade Center" is a "lets talk this thing up..." Let's hope Salt Lake gets everything that's being talked about.

It sucks about the 600-foot building, the Zion Social Hall(http://www.emporis.com/en/wm/bu/?id=...akecity-ut-usa), The Eagle Gate Plaza (original plans were 39 stories), The Twin 40-Story Towers (to be built by Kashogi), The American Towers (why didn't they just build ONE BIG 52-story Bldg?). And so on and so forth.

I do love SLC, I just liken it to the Rodney Dangerfield of cities - No Respect!
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Ok, I updated it. A lot has changed since the original one.
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As I said in the original post, there is no map. That was from the old project lists and I haven't made one for this updated version.

Anyway, here are construction pics of the HP site:



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Somethin goin on

It's good to see that there's stuff going on in Salt Lake, as far as the skyline growth goes. But I think that much taller buildings need to be built. Buildings taller than 450 ft. Salt Lake isn't all that impressive compared to a lot of well-known cities in the country. And I think that if Salt Lake wants to become the "heart of the Intermountain Empire," we'll need to start impressing people.

We need a mix of quality AND quantity.
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A list of new tower possibilities.
List of towers in Salt Lake City, Lehi, Pleasant Grove and Provo that we could see within the next 10 years or less.


1. Mystery Glass Tower 35-40 stories
2. Frank Ghery Lehi Hotel Tower 45-stories at 450 FT.
3. Wasatch Partner Tower 33-stories
4. Cowboy Partner Tower 1 or Social Hall Tower 40-stories at over 375 FT.
5 World Trade Center Utah South Tower 25-30 stories
6. Viper's 40-story Condominium Tower The tower Viperlord's uncle was talking about. 40-stories
7. City Creek Center Condominium Tower 1 32-stories
8. Market Station Tower 27-stories
9. 222 South Main 21-stories
10. 22-story Condominium Tower ( Note this might be the same as Number 11. )
11. Lehi Condominium Tower 1 around 20-25 stoires
12. Lehi Condominium Tower 2 around 20-25 stories
13. City Creek Center Condominium Tower 2 19-stories
14. World Trade Center Tower North around 10-15 stories
15. Cowboy Partners Tower 2 17-stories or shorter
16. Embassy Hotel in Pleasant Grove 14-stories
17. City Creek Center Condominium Tower 4 14-stories
18. RDA State Property Towers 180 FT around 13-stories?
19. Salt Lake City Federal Courthouse Tower 10-stories
20. Provo's Zions Bank Financial Center 10-stories
21. City Creek Center Condominium Tower 6 10-stories
22. City Creek Center Condominium Tower 7 10-stories
23. City Creek Condominium Towers on Main 8-stories
24. Sugarhouse Mix-use Towers 6-7 stories


I know there's more projects but I ran out of room.
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Hopefully the natural scenery won't be completely obliderated by "urban" development.
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Southern Metro Updates - What's New At The Provo Medical Technology Campus
Rocky Mountain University of Health Profession's New Headquarters in Provo, Utah


“When you gaze out of our windows, it becomes evident that Rocky Mountain University truly embodies its name,” said President Martin. “With our new headquarters, a visionary leadership team, expanded clinical care, and boundless possibilities on the horizon, RMU is poised to carve an even brighter path forward dedicated to improving the human condition.”

Pictured, The New Headquarters for Rocky Mountain University



A Hub for Advancing Healthcare

“The opening of our headquarters marks a significant milestone in our history,” said Cameron Martin, PhD, President and CEO of RMU. “This state-of-the-art facility has been designed and built to provide first-class education and training. Moreover, it serves as a hub where education, healthcare, and the community come together.”

Present at the ceremony were the three co-founders of RMU, Richard (Rick) P. Nielsen, PT, DHSc, ECS, Michael (Mike) Skurja Jr., PT, DPT, ECS, and Larry Hall, PhD, who collectively expressed their delight at witnessing the institution’s growth and success.

RMU was founded in 1998 with the mission to educate and prepare healthcare professionals with a focus on outcomes-oriented, evidence-based practice. Over the years, RMU’s academic programs have been designed to address the evolving needs of the workforce, both within the local community and across the nation. More than 3,700 healthcare professionals have received a first-class education at RMU and are making a positive impact on people’s lives throughout the nation.

Rocky Mountain University expansion plans include the recent re-purpose completion of Building 3 at the Timpanogos Tech Campus, which is located on the same campus adjacent to its new headquarters. This building was RMU’s former headquarters and has now become home to four of the five RMU Health Clinics: the RMU Eye Institute, the Center for Communications Disorders, the RMU Counseling Clinic, and an Occupational Therapy clinic which will also help augment patient load at RMU’s Community Rehabilitation Clinic, which is located at 587 S State, Provo, UT in partnership with Utah County. Additionally, RMU has an Electrophysiology Lab and expanded research capabilities in Building 3 by adding a wet lab in partnership with the Noorda College of Osteopathic Medicine. Now completed, these state-of-the-art clinics will further enhance RMU’s ability to deliver high-quality healthcare and support the diverse needs of the community.


Newly Completed Multi-Clinic Building 3


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