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Salt Lake City & MSA/CSA Rundown


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From East To West, Salt Lake City's Civic Campus Row

Beginning at the Eastern end is the new Net Zero (generates as much energy as it uses) Police Headquarters/Public Safety Building - Early on, city leaders had clear aspirations for the PSB, said Miller. In addition to function,
the city wanted an energy-efficient structure that would blend into the downtown campus that includes Library Square — and the showcase Main Library — The Leonardo museum and historic City Hall. They also wanted an open
plaza — displaying public art — capable of staging new and existing city events (such as the Utah Arts Festival) and a permanent public safety museum in the lobby. "They wanted it to stand up to the library and City Hall," Miller said.
"They wanted it to be an open and inviting public safety building, which is kind of an unusual stance for public safety. The entire north elevation is glass. It invites people to have a look at what's going on."




The Safdie Designed City Library



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The Leonardo Museum - Formerly the city library and adj. to the new library. Now repurposed as Salt Lake City's Science and Art Museum




Directly West and across 200 East is City Hall

Although now used exclusively by Salt Lake City government, the building originally served many functions. Salt Lake County offices called the structure home until the 1980s when the County elected to build a new complex at 2100 South
and State Street.

The building served as Utah's Capitol from when statehood was granted in 1896 until the present Utah State Capitol was completed in 1915.

From 1973 to 1989 the building was exhaustively renovated and repaired with an eye toward historical accuracy. This was done in concert with a seismic upgrade called base isolation that placed the weak sandstone structure on a foundation
of steel and rubber to better protect it from earthquake damage.



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Matherson Courthouse, Directly West and across State Street

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...Proceeding due west and toward the western sector of the block, The New District Attorney Offices


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... Across Main Street and to the right, The Historic Frank E. Moss Courthouse

Adding a welcome classical touch of history to downtown's Main Street

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Frank E. Moss United States Courthouse. Three original courtrooms remain, as well as much of their original configuration and appearance. There are two identical
courtrooms, like the one shown, with full height dark stained red oak paneling, punctuated with Corninthian columns and pilasters, and original lighting and furniture.




...And directly west making up the western bookend of Civic Row is the new Federal Courthouse, Designed by Thomas Phifer
(nicknamed by the locals as 'The Borg'. The interiors are not quite so intimidating, but by contrast, are more disposed to a hopeful outcome.



Quote: Thomas Phifer, But if the light changes, the transparency changes. The light and the transparency continually change. As the sun moves around the anodized aluminum louvers, the façade goes from white
to silver, transparent to opaque. The building transforms itself.


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An interior reflecting pool in the northeast corner of the building is located behind the glass and aluminum skin; a break in the façade opens the space to parkland beyond.



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Downtown Update - Liberty Sky Apartments - Under Construction - March 2020


(Artist's rendition courtesy of Cowboy Properties) Cowboy Properties and Boyer Co. are building a 24-story apartment building on the east side of State Street between the Federal Building
on 100 South and the Maverik headquarters building on 200 South. The $90 million project is being praised for its prospects of bringing more residents to downtown Salt Lake City.



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Central Metro - Creating A New West Valley City Center - Under Construction

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I only drove by the Valley Fair Mall hotel site this morning, but it appeared to have a full crew back on.
SpringHill Suites WVC will add an upscale hospitality option to the area that community leaders call West Valley City’s ‘New Downtown.’ The five-story hotel will feature mobile check-in services, in-room work spaces, spa-like bathrooms, and complimentary Wi-Fi, breakfast, and fitness center access. The property, located on the east side of Valley Fair Mall and adjacent to I-215, was previously an under-utilized parking area that the mall sold to PEG to redevelop, with the intent of revitalizing and, in turn, driving more traffic to the area.

Location: West Valley City, UT - Year: 2020 - Size: 1.1 acres - Keys: 133



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Downtown Update, Central Station West Apartments


The Central Station proposal qualifies for low-income housing tax credits (LIHTC). Central Station will provide 52 affordable units and 13 market-rate. Gardiner Batt envisions a wide range of sizes, from studios to four-bedroom units.

The project will supply 34 parking stalls at ground level in its concrete podium, hidden from the street by common rooms for tenants and their leasing office. According to documents submitted to SLC Planning, the developers are committed to achieving both Enterprise Green Building Certification and an Energy Star rating.



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Downtown Update - Newly Completed Skyhouse Apartments

Skyhouse, is six stories, with four floors of residential units above a two-story parking podium. The project has 240 market-rate units with a unit mix of 29 studios, 127 one-bedroom and 84 two-bedroom apartments. The development has active street engagement at the building’s corner fronting the intersection of 300 West and North Temple. The project includes 13 ground floor units on both 300 West and North Temple that will separate the parking structure from the sidewalk, but those ground floor units face away from the street level with interior entrances and the rear patios fronting the sidewalk level. To accommodate the ground floor patios, the project has a 10-foot landscaped setback to provide rear patio and small garden space for the ground floor units. Several architectural details are prominent, including a distinct crown and setbacks and color gradation of light and dark gray brick, and stone finishes alternating with white metal that breaks up the building’s massing.

Another significant design feature is the opening up of the ground floor patios to the sidewalk featuring patio railing that will enhance the transparency on the ground floor. A reception area, two offices, and a conference room will occupy the southeast corner of the building at the intersection of North Temple and 300 West. According to the project’s architect, Guillaume Belgique of Architecture Belgique, amenities include a clubroom, fitness center, an entertainment lounge, two interior courtyards and a 9,000 square-foot rooftop plaza. The two interior courtyards are at the second podium level with all four floors of interior residential units looking out to the courtyard. The rooftop plaza overlooks North Temple St.



Southeast corner of the Skyhouse Apartments at the intersection of North Temple and 300 West. Image courtesy Architecture Belgique.


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Downtown Adj.- Update, The Hardison Apartments


Copy By Isaac Riddle of BuildingSaltLake.com The Hardison, by Garbett Homes, replaces a long-vacant lot at the southwest corner of the South Temple and 500 East intersection. The project will consist of five wood-framed floors above a two-story concrete podium. The residential apartments will have a unit mix of 29 studios, 66 one-bedroom and 40 two-bedroom apartments. The project will also include three live/work units that will be large enough to accommodate commercial uses at 3,877 square feet each. In addition to the live/work units, the ground floor will also house the fitness center, residential lobby and leasing office. The residential apartments will have a unit mix of 29 studios, 66 one-bedroom and 40 two-bedroom apartments. The project will also include three live/work units that will be large enough to accommodate commercial uses at 3,877 square feet each. In addition to the live/work units, the ground floor will also house the fitness center, residential lobby and leasing office...


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The following most recent imgur pic of The Hardison is oversized so I am placing it on its own so as to not throw the entire post out of wack.

The Hardison - Update, April 5th

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Does anyone have a passerby update report on the progress with this project, excavation on the subterranean parking, etc.?

Downtown Update, December 17th & Today, April 14th Block 67


Downtown Salt Lake City to get a $15 million underground parking garage

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.



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



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 state 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...



Additional Renderings of Block 67 - Subterranean garage to serve both Phases I and Phase II



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December 10th - There was a backhoe at Block 67 today, ripping up concrete and demolishing the parking lot gate booths.

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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.

Phase I, The West Quarter

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Rendering depicting Phase II of the Block 67 Project

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December 17th


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I drove by last week and it was a big hole in the ground with workers and machines. So that's a little bit of progress since my last pic!


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Downtown Update - Shipping container housing coming to the West side of downtown

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Shipping container housing coming to the West side of downtown.

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By Tony Semerad, for the Salt Lake Tribune

It’s a Utah housing project made of boxes, welcomed for its “outside the box” design.

A Salt Lake City company called Eco Box Fabricators broke ground Jan. 31 on what will be the state’s first multi-story apartment complex made of steel shipping containers.

Backers of the Box 500 Apartments project, at 543 South 500 West, say it will stand six stories tall and offer 83 new studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments accessible to renters earning below the area’s median wages.

Company officials and the city’s building inspectors have worked for more than a year on the structural, safety and engineering challenges of stacking disused steel containers into a residential building. Last week, City Hall issued a series of permits to greenlight the project.

“This design is different than any design in the world,” Eco Box Fabricators owner Rod Newman said. “To my knowledge, it’s never been done.”

If all goes as planned, he said, tenants could start moving in as soon as August.

Thousands of steel shipping containers arrive at Western ports yearly from China and are then discarded. The resulting surplus has spurred a growing international movement known as “cargotecture,” or fashioning the rectangular containers into office, retail and residential spaces.

Utah has seen containers used in building single-family homes and accessory-dwelling units, known as mother-in-law apartments. A small Salt Lake City firm called Little City offers refurbished shipping containers for office spaces. But stacking them this many stories high for residential purposes is new...




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April 15th Photo Update By Luke Garrott of BuildingSaltLake.com

Luke Garrott: Just to the south at 543 South 500 West, Box 500 is starting to dig. It will be a 83-unit project built from shipping containers using innovative construction methods.

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Downtown Update - April 5th - The Birdie

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...There are now full construction crews at work on the Birdie site as well...

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The site for "The Birdie" on 2nd and 2nd has a backhoe and work is being done on the parking lot...
Isaac Riddle Reports @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/com...town-building/ The Birdie, will be six stories with 70 residential units. The Birdie will top
out at just under 85 feet, 15 feet under the minimum height requirement of 100 feet for corner parcels in the D-1 (Central Business District) zoning district. The project will replace a surface parking lot on 0.34 acres.

Planning staff determined that the intent of the zoning requirements was to ensure that corner buildings have prominence at the intersection. Staff argued that The Birdie would have prominence based on its planned ground floor
activation, large balconies and architectural relationship to the intersection’s two historic buildings, the Stratford Hotel (2nd and 2nd) building and First Methodist Episcopal Church.

“I feel like 2nd and 2nd is a really important corner,” said Jake Williams of CW Urban. “We really wanted to be inspired by the neighborhood. These buildings all have eclectic textures.”

Williams told the commission that CW Urban wanted The Birdie to compliment the mix of historic and contemporary buildings in the area. To do this, the project will have dark-framed windows that are common on this stretch of
200 South. The ground floor will also be visually different from the upper levels with a lighter shade of concrete to create a greater emphasis on the street level features and different building materials.



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April 5th Update

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Downtown Update - The Magnolia - Salt Lake - 65-unit housing complex

Effort focuses on transition out of shelters


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Saw some excavation work going on just north of the Public Safety building on 300 e and 200 s.
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They're starting on the affordable housing building directly to the north of the Public Safety Building.


File Article: By Katie McKellar for the Deseret News - https://www.deseret.com/utah/2019/12...ortive-housing

SALT LAKE CITY — Salt Lake City is about to get 65 more units to help house some of the most vulnerable among the homeless. Leaders broke ground Monday on The Magnolia, a permanent supportive housing facility to serve up to 65 single men and women with on-site services to help them transition out of shelter and into housing...“We will soon have 65 units available for those most in need,” said Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski. “What is truly special is that these units, these spaces of opportunity, will not be on the margins of our city, but right here in the heart of our city, amongst a mixed income development, demonstrating that Salt Lake City is truly a place for everyone.”,,,“For the past four years, Salt Lake City housing experts have worked tirelessly to address the affordable housing crisis that we are facing, never losing sight of the idea that every unit we bring online represents a life that will forever be changed,” Biskupski said, crediting her staff with helping build over 2,500 affordable housing units during her administration.


Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski speaks at the groundbreaking for The Magnolia, a new 65-unit permanent supportive housing complex for people who have experienced
homelessness, in Salt Lake City on Monday, Dec. 30, 2019. The facility, owned by Shelter the Homeless and operated by the Road Home, will serve single men and women. Scott G Winterton, Deseret News


The Magnolia — developed by Cowboy Partners, owned by Shelter the Homeless and operated by the Road Home — will be the Road Home’s newest addition to its housing program, which currently includes 201 units at Palmer Court, 32 units at the Wendell Apartments, and hundreds of other stand-alone supportive housing units and single-family dwellings throughout Salt Lake County.

The Magnolia was made possible through a variety of deals and funding sources, including a $1.5 million Salt Lake City Housing Trust Fund loan, a $12-a-year land lease from Salt Lake City, over $10.5 million in tax credit equity, $2 million from the Olene Walker Housing Loan Fund, and $1.3 million from Zions Bank in short-term financing...

...What we know is that we need The Magnolia, and we need an even greater array of types of deeply affordable and supportive housing in order to see the success that we have to have in our newly launched homeless services system,” Flynn said.

The “overarching vision” of the new system and the new homeless resource centers is to ensure homelessness is “rare, brief and nonrecurring,” Flynn said, calling for continued commitment from state, local and federal leaders to invest in “all kinds of supportive housing,” including types that haven’t even been thought of yet.

“The Magnolia will help our community achieve these goals by providing refuge and relief to the men and women who have experienced long and chronic homelessness,” Flynn said. “Individuals who have been through incredible trauma in their lives, who are living with a disabling condition and are seeking housing with support they can access on-site.”...



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Downtown, Latest Updat Pic - The Magnolia - April 5th

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Downtown Update - Aerial Drone Video & Updated April Photo - The Broadway Cottonwood Apartments


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If you guys want weekly updates on the Broadway Apartments and Park Avenue in Sugar House check out this channel by Architecture Belgique, Inc. Here's their latest drone shot on the Broadway Apartments construction so far
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Renderings, Cottonwood Broadway Apartments


PROJECT DATA
Located on the east side Salt Lake City’s vibrant downtown and iconic buildings like the Salt Lake City Public Library, the Leonardo Museum, and Salt Palace Convention Center, Cottonwood Broadway is well positioned to give residents access
to all that the City has to offer. The Studio PBA project consists of one 7-story building, with units ranging from studios to 2-bedrooms. Residents will have covered parking options located on the first two floors of the building, while the
top 5 floors are reserved for amenities and residential units. The contemporary building design provides sweeping views of the Wasatch Range from the roof top pool and residences, an expansive multi-level fitness center, and other amenity
spaces such as a cyber cafe, mail center, and full service leasing center with conference rooms.


MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT
Client: Cottonwood Residential
Completion: 2021
Units / Density: 256 Units / 148 DU/ACRE
Program: Multi-Family Residential



200 South Street Engagement

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I walked by there the other day and saw a development company banner up and thought something may be happening soon. That Makes The Birdie, The Exchange, The Broadway,
The Magnolia and the nearly complete Quattro all going up in just a couple blocks of each other.

Plus The Morton is about 1/3 full and Moda Luxe appears to preparing the buildings for demo in the near future. Lots of infill in that area.
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That's fantastic for downtown density's sake to have so many new feet on the ground. I know what a huge difference it makes having witnessed the seemingly sudden transformation of downtown L.A. these
past ten years. All of the new mid-rise and high-rise residential has transformed downtown Los Angeles from partially dead at night and on weekends to incredibly vibrant and full of activity both days and evenings, especially on weekends.

300 South Street Engagement

Studio PBA for Cottonwood Development - http://www.studiopba.com/cottonwood-broadway-apartments


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Downtown - The Broadway Cottonwood Apts. - Updated April Photo

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Central Metro East - Park City's New YOTELPAD

Bringing the Mountain to Modern:

The traditional mountain home is, well, stuck in tradition. Rough-hewn wooden walls, dark and heavy furnishings, cavernous rooms and probably a few dusty stuffed animals staring down in judgment at your Netflix choices. This is the tradition. It’s all so dark, stuffy, and gallingly inefficient.

The modern traveler wants modern convenience and values efficient, thoughtful, even conservative uses of space. When we go someplace like Park City, our lodging should be just right—the Goldilocks of spaces. We came here to ski, to dine, and to make memories with friends and family while we explore the mountains. Thankfully, designers, architects, and developers Berkshire Hathaway like are getting the hint and new projects like YOTELPAD Park City built around the way we actually travel and play and not some antiquated idea of how we should travel and play—with nary a dead animal on the wall.



The new YOTELPAD, the brainchild of Replay Destinations and Yotel, at the base of the Canyons Village at Park City Mountain puts the 7,300 Acres of the largest ski resort in the United States just outside your door. With 144 units ranging from studio to three bedrooms, the project was thought out to embrace smart design and maximize the square footage and all of it is fully wired with technology and intuitive services to help you focus on playing, not staying. And it’s affordable. YOTELPAD is hotel/condo concept that offers affordable full-ownership options (in the heart of a world-renowned ski resort), which puts luxury modern mountain living within range of the next generation.


Be Social

When not on the mountain and not asleep, it’s time for friends and family and to mingle with other guests. Friendly common areas offer plenty of room to spend time enjoying the time. The social spaces at YOTELPAD are designed to maximize view space of the surrounding mountains with comfortable seating, games for the kids, and food and drink. Gathering places feature soft seating placed around fireplaces. Soak up the sun, watch a movie, shoot pool, or join friends on the view terrace. Unwind by the pool or soak in the hot tub. Or relax with a drink by the fire before your next game of PAC-MAN. Designers at YOTELPAD configured every space to keep the schlepping (the bane of any ski trip) to a minimum. The valet parks your car, the ski valet takes your gear and you can settle in.


BE EFFICIENT

Every innovative inch of YOTELPAD was created with efficiency for both time and space. Each private PAD (as the rooms are called) and social zone was designed with serious thought into how the modern traveler can and wants live on the mountain. The PADs all feature clever Italian-made furniture that makes the room work hard for many functions (and keeps prices down). For example, the sofa conceals a pull-down wall bed and storage space. The workspace doubles as a kids’ table and then transforms for bedtime into bunkbeds


BE FUTURE FORWARD

Technology lets owners and guests get essentials done quickly and effortlessly. The entire property is linked up to the YOTELPAD app where you can do everything from extending your stay to requesting extra towels. Gary Raymond, the managing director of Replay Destinations, YOTELPAD Park City’s developer, believes that, “Technology, innovation, and design are converging to make smart resort homes affordable—and desirable—to a new generation.”


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Goldener Hirsch Residences - Construction, February 2019 - January 2020


The new Residences at Goldener Hirsch is an Expansion of the Goldener Hirsch Inn that includes 40 new contemporary residences featuring modern architecture blended with sophisticated design. Residences range from studios to four bedroom floor plans and many of the residences include lock-offs. Sizes range from approx. 570 - 3,270 square feet and are offered fully furnished & impeccably appointed. Located in the center of Silver Lake Village on the last remaining parcel the new residences will connect to the iconic Inn via a Bridge Plaza over Sterling Court.

Amenities and services include a front lobby with check-in, valet & concierge, lobby lounge & courtyard patio with fire pits, rooftop pool & hot tub with stunning views, fitness center and spa treatment rooms, ski-prep locker room, après-ski lounge & konditorei, Goldener Hirsch Restaurant, conference center with outdoor patio and two levels of underground parking.



The changing leaves of fall have been stunning this year, and we have already experienced snow in the higher elevations. As construction continues at Goldener Hirsch, we have enjoyed seeing some of Olson Kundig’s architectural details come to life. Truly, this building will be a work of art.

The exterior siding is nearly complete, and finish details for the exterior are coming together, and the Bridge Plaza arrives and installs in the next few weeks. Inside, the common areas are moving along through drywall, and soon we’ll begin to see the finish materials. Most of the residences are through drywall, and we are starting to see tile, cabinetry, flooring, and other interior finish details. Over the next couple of months or possibly weeks, we should have more fun and exciting imagery to share.





November Construction Site Updates

We have already received quite a lot of early snow in late October, and more snow and cold weather now in late November. Park City Mountain Resort has just opened, and Deer Valley is blowing snow and getting ready for their opening date of Saturday, December 7th. At the Goldener Hirsch, the Inn and Restaurant will open on the 14th, along with our Sotheby’s Sales Office for the upcoming Residences at Goldener Hirsch.

The construction is moving along well, and the siding is nearly complete. The Level Six Sky Bridge now has glass installed and is just beautiful to walk across – what a stylistic and fun detail to this amazing architecture! Speaking of bridges, the steel span beams for the Bridge Plaza were just installed on Saturday. This is yet another unique feature that connects the new Residences to the Inn.

On the Interior of the building, common areas are finishing with drywall, and Residences are seeing wood floors, cabinets, base/case trim, and even a couple fireplace mantles.



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Construction Update, January 2020

The ski season is well underway at Deer Valley® Resort, and so far, 2020 looks to be keeping up with 2019, one of our best snow years ever. We received over three feet of snow this last week, and more is currently on its way.

At Goldener Hirsch, the building is now fully dried in, and the heat is on, making site tours much more comfortable to conduct. With most of the work now happening on the interior, the substantial amounts of snowfall are not affecting construction as much. Drywall is mostly complete in all units and common areas. Residences are seeing wood floors, cabinets, base/case trim, fireplace mantles, and final painting. We also just started to receive the first few countertops for kitchens and baths.

On the exterior, steel detailing for windows and building corners is being completed, along with the beautiful vertical wood siding. Most of the siding is up, and the scaffolding will come down next week. The bridge plaza’s enclosed walkway will see window installation next week. The unique stylistic details of Tom Kundig’s modern design is taking shape, ensuring that Goldener Hirsch will be a stand-out property in Silver Lake Village.



The Goldener Hirsch Inn remains among the most distinguished ski properties in the world. For the fourth time in seven years, this being the second consecutive year, the Inn was voted the United States’ Best Ski Boutique Hotel by the World Ski Awards. The accomplishment was announced at the 7th Annual World Ski Awards Gala Ceremony in Kitzbühel, Austria, on November 23, 2019.

“What an incredible honor to once again be recognized as the nation’s best ski boutique hotel,” said Tyler Mugford, Goldener Hirsh Inn general manager. “We want to extend our gratitude to all those who voted in this year’s competition, as well as our dedicated staff who have an immeasurable dedication for serving our guests.”

The competition continues to see a rising number of votes year after year from leading ski tourism professionals and hundreds of thousands of ski consumers internationally. Out of seven U.S. boutique hotel finalists, Goldener Hirsch Inn earned the top honor in this category for the second consecutive year and for the fourth time since the awards began in 2013 (2013, 2015, 2018, 2019).

World Ski Awards is the sister organization of World Travel Awards™. For more information on the World Ski Awards, please visit worldskiawards.com.

For information on the new Residences at Goldener Hirsch, please contact our Summit Sotheby’s sales team:
Patti Wells 435.901.4300 or Sean Matyja 435.901.2158


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We hope this update finds you and your families healthy and safe. During these unprecedented times, fortunately, construction to date has been deemed an “Essential Business.” Notwithstanding current obstacles brought on by the global COVID-19 pandemic virus, every day, our dedicated team of contractors moves us forward towards completion. Okland has been doing an excellent job, ensuring the worksite remains productive even as we maintain the health and safety of all members of the team.

The design and detail of the Residences are exceeding our expectations, and we are excited to share a few sneak peek photos that we think you will enjoy. It has been an incredible journey from inception to construction for this iconic building, and we look forward to nearing completion, and celebrating and enjoying the property together.

We are all looking forward to getting out in the mountains together in the future and wish you health and safety until then.




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