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Downtown Update - 95 So. State - Under Construction - June through September Timeline


View of the 95 S. State Office Tower site on the left and the Liberty Sky Residential Tower site on the right. Background and rising above downtown to the Northeast is the Avenues District


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Does anyone know when the steel is scheduled to start going up on Tower 8? The central elevator core is pretty tall, it appears to be about 10 storys tall?
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They have been pouring concrete for the first floor/ground level. I would think that once this is complete and set, we would start to see steel rise. I think this may be in the next 2 weeks. That would give the core another 1 or 2 levels.

June 18th


Pic By Atlas



July 29th

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Updated images of 95 State I took yesterday:
Steel rising!



Rendering, looking south toward north face of 95 S. State Tower, mid-block Social Hall Avenue and Canopy structure on the left


Photo taken July 28th - Looking north, showing a partial view of subterranean structures at the bottom of photo with mid-block Social Hall Avenue and Canopy in the background.

Photo By RC14



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Excellent shot of 95 So. State today from u/chaunceton on the subreddit:
August 12th



August 26th

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95 State and Liberty Sky rising
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August 28th

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95 State starting to make a big impact at City Creek:



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September 12th

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Downtown Update - The Post District - Post House Project


September 12th
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I was referring to the Post district earlier with the full crew there everyday. Sorry that wasn't very clear. They've got most of the pit dug and have begun the preliminary foundation work.
Seeing the footprint mostly carved out is striking in how large this project is. It'll be massive.

It also appears the renovations to the building at the Southwest corner across 5th South is nearly completely. I like what they've done with it.

I'll try to find some time to snap some pictures tomorrow.



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New Video - Check it out!



GALE STREET APARTMENTS
Salt Lake City, UT

Lowe Property Group & Q Factor
5 buildings | 580 units | 461,921 sf residential | 26,833 sf retail

This mixed-use project consists of five buildings with 580-units and 26,833 sf of retail within Type IIIA over Type IA construction. Located in the D-2 downtown area of Salt Lake City, this project will be a catalyst for fostering the development
of a sustainable urban neighborhood. The five buildings of new construction are sited to retain existing adaptive-reuse structures to create the “complete block” of old and new. The design promotes a pedestrian-oriented development with a
strong emphasis on scale in an urban context.




June 18th


Photo By Atlas


Downtown Update - Post District Continued



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I was excited to see that Lowe Property Group has updated their website on the Post District. Other than some of the planned towers, this is the project I am most excited for! I think some of these images are different from the ones that
were posted a few weeks ago, so I thought I'd include them. https://www.loweprop.com/post-district

Additional New Renderings






It looks like they will be starting with the buildings they are calling 'Post House' https://www.loweprop.com/post-house , which they have listed separately on their site. Currently, Post House is also listed as 'Under Construction' so I am hoping we will be seeing some real progress on the site very soon.

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July 30, 2020

Post House District -

Salt Lake City, UT | July 30, 2020 - https://www.cbre.us/people-and-offic...-reuse-project

The Salt Lake City office of CBRE has been selected to oversee leasing of the A&Z Building, the former home of A&Z Produce and adaptive reuse project in The Post District, a $300 million master-planned neighborhood development. Scott
Wilmarth, Nadia Letey and Melina Miramontes will oversee the office leasing requirement.

The A&Z Building is a three-story office building with a garden level, totaling approximately 36,000 square feet. Renovations are already underway, and the building should be ready for occupancy in September of this year. The renovation
transforms an old produce building into a space that unites the historic nature of the structure with a modern aesthetic, featuring exposed brick and beam finishes. The A&Z Building will share an above-grade parking structure with an
adjacent building and has a surface lot that can facilitate additional future phases of development.

"The Post District is a timely development that will redefine the western perimeter of downtown's Central Business District, and the A&Z Building is the first step in this paramount undertaking" noted Nadia Letey, first vice president of CBRE.
"Careful consideration has been taken in the master plan to ensure that the needs of the neighborhood and local businesses have been addressed, including space for housing, retail, and local artist installations in addition to the planned
office space."

The A&Z Building is part of The Post District, a major renovation in the area that aims to revitalize a 14-acre region bordering downtown's Central Business District. The Post District is a $300 million master-planned neighborhood development
with 580 new residential units and over 300,000 square feet of new and redeveloped commercial space providing creative office, walkable restaurants, cafes, shops, open green space, public plazas and more. The initial office developments
are taking place on the southern block of 500 South spanning from 300 West to 400 West.





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September 12th


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Downtown Update - Liberty Sky - June through September

“We’re excited to see residential on State Street, which is a fairly new addition to the ecosystem,” said Christian Harrison, the Downtown Community Council chairman.
“It is a good sign that State Street is turning a corner. We do hope it spurs more development farther south along State Street.”

“Offices are daytime [operations] and don’t create vibrancy or activity in the evenings. In downtown, they create dead zones,” Planning Director Norris added. “Apartments put eyes on
public spaces basically all day long. Those residents tend to go out at night and walk around the neighborhood. It enlivens downtown.”



(Artist's rendition courtesy of Cowboy Properties) Cowboy Properties and Boyer Co. are looking to build 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.

The Salt Lake Tribune - By Mike Gorrell - Convinced that downtown living is increasingly desirable, real-estate developers Cowboy Properties and Boyer Co. are building a 24-story apartment building on State Street between 100 and 200 South...

...The $90 million high-rise would include roughly 300 apartment units and a rooftop swimming pool. A five-story parking terrace would be built on its east side, hidden from street views by surrounding buildings.

Although rent levels would vary, Cowboy Properties President and CEO Dan Lofgren said most would cost near the “top of the market in today’s market. We’ll have studios to very large two bedrooms, units that
go for under $1,000 [a month] while some of the largest will be several thousand.”...

...“As the downtown residential market has evolved, and as we massaged what we thought was the best option, this residential tower emerged,” Lofgren said. “Downtown Salt Lake City has become an amenity-rich environment.
It’s become a great neighborhood. The pieces that were missing 10 years ago — not that it was bad then — are now filled in.“

First and foremost: the Harmons City Creek market at 135 E. 100 South. “The grocery store makes it a neighborhood,” Lofgren said. “For many household configurations, the option of living downtown has become the
preferred option. These are households hoping to live without a car, households looking for the convenience of being close to work, households energized by all the activities downtown,
households attracted to this notion of a high-rise and the views and lifestyle it offers.”

At the projected rent levels, he sees these apartments appealing to people working at high-tech and financial-services companies, law firms and banks. Retirees also are likely renters, Lofgren added,
“drawn especially by the arts downtown — the symphony, the ballet, Eccles Theater. That’s a pretty full basket of offerings.”...

...Planning Director Norris said the shift from office tower to residential high-rise is “certainly consistent with our master plan policies, which try to increase the number of people living downtown.”



June 18th

Pic by Atlas


June 29th

Pic By Luke Garrott @ BuildingSaltLake.com


July 28th

Photo By RC14


August 28th

Liberty Sky is on the 7th floor, 17+ more to go.

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September 12th


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Downtown Update - Timeline, April 5th & June 20th - The Birdie Apartments

December 30th -

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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...
Southwest Corner at 200 So. and 200E. street view rendering of The Birdie Apartments. Courtesy CW Urban



Pre Construction site. Always great to get rid of those Downtown surface parking lots!

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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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Got out and snapped some photos of projects around where I live.



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September 12th


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Central Metro - Quickly and quietly, Salt Lake City's Central Metro adds thousands of new mid-density units west of State Street


Taylor Anderson Reports - Full Article and Photos @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/qui...-state-street/

Developers have found a welcome area along the UTA transit line in recent years, flooding an underutilized area with dozens of urban infill developments that have added an impressive amount of density to Salt Lake City’s immediate neighbors to the south. At least 28 different residential and commercial projects are under construction or recently completed between West Temple and Main Street alone, Building Salt Lake counted during a recent tour of the area. While some are visible from I-15, the scale is a bit shocking on the ground, as builders continue creating space for thousands of new residents in South Salt Lake, Millcreek and Murray. The flurry of development is creating new urban nodes in all three towns, including new office, retail and multi-family residential spaces...


...One of many mid-density urban infill corridors continuing to develop on Salt Lake Metro's western side of State Street. Photo by Taylor Anderson.


Murray moved a decade ago to create its Fireclay District, which it billed as a walkable, urban neighborhood west of State Street.
The district includes a UTA station and quickly attracted developers who could build infill apartments in the area.


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Transit lines running through the Salt Lake City Metro have become development catalysts for thousands of new mid-density developments.
The convenience of living on the transit lines or within a short walking distance is a Salt Lake City and greater metro focus



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Update, Downtown South - Seven02 Project


With a unique name inspired by the property’s actual address, Seven O2 Main will become one of Salt Lake City’s excellent multifamily communities on the market. In addition to its unique moody design aesthetic that plays off of the O2 chemistry molecule and promotes oxygen and wellness, the project will feature luxurious amenities including a grand lobby and communal work space, two “hotel” rooms that tenants’ guests can rent on a nightly basis, a central courtyard with a bocce ball court, a spa, a cinema cardio room, an outdoor kitchen and entertaining area complete with multiple fire pits, a pickle ball/basketball court, parking for every tenant, and more.

Size : 208,718 SF - Units: 239


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July 28th
Note: As with many of today's downtown/central developments, Seven 02 is situated on or steps away from the lightrail lines.

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August 15th

Photo By Stayinginformed



September 10th

Trax making a turn onto Main Street at 700 South. PEG Development’s Seven02 Main, center.

Photo By Luke Garrott of BuildingSaltLake.com

PEG’s Seven02 Main seen from the west, Sears Block center-right, 650 S. Main Project far left, 6th and Main Project above it, left-center.

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Update, Central/Southern Metro Junction - The Point

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They've launched a new website and renamed the project:
https://thepointutah.org/

There's information and a survey there.



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News stories and video interview about The Point:
DRAPER, Utah (ABC4 News) – The Utah State Prison is moving and we’re now learning about the plans to redevelop the old site in Draper.

Utah State Prison redevelopment plans are full steam ahead
Once the prison is torn down, the 700 acre lot will be called “The Point.”

Colliers International Chairman Brandon Fugal joined Good Morning Utah to give us some behind the scenes information on what we can expect at the site.



Video Interview - https://www.abc4.com/gmu/what-to-exp...e-prison-site/



Represenative of the size of the upcoming project. Not a representation of the design. The current state prison site
is being removed and rebuilt in Salt Lake City's new Northwest Quandrant, in order to accomodate 'The Point' project.


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Project to Watch: Why the Utah State Prison Looks Like a College Campus

Correctional News:

SALT LAKE CITY — There’s a “term of art” that continues to emerge in corrections facility design circles — “human scale.” The concept was one of the guiding lights for the design of the new Utah State Prison, scheduled to debut in Salt Lake City
in 2020.

The college campus–like, 4,000-bed facility will be comprised of small units distributed over two floors, replete with windowed doors that open into a shared day room. The units will be aligned with natural light patterns made available by
large windows in a commons area for each bank of units. Locally based GSBS Architects worked with national architecture firm HOK and Miami-based CGL on the design of the project. The main design goal of the new Utah State Prison in
Salt Lake City is to focus on rehabilitation, normalizing day-to-day life for inmates. The approach echoes the tenets of Utah’s Justice Reinvestment Initiative, which launched in 2015 as a means of reducing inmate numbers and recidivism
by “normalizing” the incarceration environment. As a recent article in Utah’s Deseret News put it, the undertaking reflects a “radical theory” in prison design wherein “inmates who live in a normal environment adjust more quickly to normal
life upon release,” and it “begins with architecture.”



The main design goal of the new Utah State Prison in Salt Lake City is to focus on rehabilitation, normalizing day-to-day life for inmates.
Photo Credit: Conceptual Rendering by Prison Relocation Commission

Coupled with improved occupational and educational programs baked into the overall design, the Utah State Prison could be an exemplar of the future of prison design. The trend is, at least in part, precipitated by a couple of factors emerging
across the nation’s prison system.

“Two things are happening — the population is getting older in prisons and you’re dealing with more mental illness,” said Robert Glass, executive vice president and director of planning and design at CGL.

The firm put an emphasis on making “spaces smaller, a little more ‘open’ feeling.” Glass added, “Good colors, good natural light and things, seem to go a long way to help both those populations.”

The design decisions also benefit the staff who have to work with a population that’s shifting from what Glass termed “lighter-custody inmates” who are benefitting from states’ budget-driven early-release programs, to a remaining
population of “harder-custody inmates” that are better managed in “smaller unit subdivisions.”

“You try to reduce the numbers of people you’re dealing with,” said Glass. “The mental illness brings in the type of inmate that can be, day-to-day, a little hard to handle. The older inmates, who are getting some dementia, can also
be hard to handle, so it’s easier in smaller units to handle them.”

Glass added, “Half the battle with these facilities over the years is having staff have a real nice place to come to work. They’re ‘sentenced’ to eight hours a day there, everyday, too.”

Bringing more design-savvy features to the inmate experience also facilitates rehabilitation, said Glass, whose firm is seeing some of the fruits of their labor realized in a recently completed Southern California facility.

“One of the best ones right now is the Las Colinas Detention and Reentry Facility in San Diego,” said Glass, whose team was instrumental in its conception. “They’re doing a remarkable job with the re-entry programs there. That’s a
really open design; it has palm trees inside of it, grassy areas, all sorts of things. I think it’s actually doing two things — the inmates are more successful and I think the staff feels a lot better about working there.”

Throughout these projects, Glass said his firm endeavors to maintain a sense of proportion with the environmental needs of the inmates.

“Really, what we’re trying to do, is keep them low scale. In the mental health facilities, we’re trying to keep them all one level, not even an upper mezzanine level like so many facilities have,” said Glass, who emphasized that these are
normal-scale buildings similar to that of a housing development. “We’re also trying to get more space between them now so that there aren’t tight, narrow corridors or fenced walkways.”

Glass said that there has been little critical blowback for the contemporary design approach. He said that critics, if there are any, are usually more concerned with the cost of managing the inmates.

“The critical blowbacks are just on the cost to run these things nowadays. The cost to incarcerate the inmates is about the same as the cost to go to college now,” said Glass about the annual expenditures incurred by counties and states.
“That’s the push and the impetus now — to get these facilities working better so that people don’t return to prison.”



...Utah lawmakers eye budget surplus to fund new state prison — The Utah Legislature voted unanimously to allocate $235 million to the construction of a new state prison in Salt Lake City. Sen. Jerry Stevenson, R-Layton, says
lawmakers had already authorized up to $285 million in bonding for the prison relocation project. But new state revenue numbers released Monday show more than $1.3 billion in new state revenue will be available for the next legislative
session, thus, Stevenson says, allowing for a cash payment on construction in lieu of credit. The bill directs $67 million for the project in 2019 and $168 million in 2020. The new prison is estimated to cost $700 million...

...The prison will be located near the Salt Lake City International Airport and is set to open by June 2022.




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Junction, Central/Southern Metro - Phase I New Global Headquarters Complete - Pluralsight

SILICON SLOPES — Pluralsight, the enterprise technology learning company, has completed the first phase of its new worldwide headquarters in the heart of Utah’s thriving Silicon Slopes. The 350,000-square-foot office and amenities
will be located on more than 30 acres of undeveloped land at 65 Highland Drive in Draper, Utah.

“Our new worldwide headquarters will provide us with the space we need to bring our entire Utah workforce together in one collaborative environment,” said Aaron Skonnard, co-founder and CEO of Pluralsight. “We are excited to create
a campus from the ground up that Utahns are proud of and our customers and partners around the world love to visit.” The new Draper location offers unparalleled views of Salt Lake Valley, immediate access to I-15, a future TRAX stop,
and a campus-like setting that has the capacity to grow...








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Update - Central Ninth District - The Charli


Copy Excerpts By Isaac Riddle of BuildingSaltLake.com - The Central Ninth neighborhood has become one of the city’s biggest success stories in neighborhood revitalization. The neighborhood is attracting both public and private investment resulting in thousands of new residential units and dozens of new retail and dining options...The under construction Charli, is a 90-unit condominium development that includes a six-story new construction building and the redevelopment of the Taffy Town warehouse on 800 South and Richards Street (50 West).

The Charli portion of the development consists of the six-story building. This portion includes a concrete podium and five wood-framed floors with 64 units.

The Taffy Town warehouse portion of the development is being converted into a two-story condominium building with 26 residential units.

Both buildings will share a lobby, common room, parking structure and a landscaped roof deck that will occupy the second story just above the parking podium.

The development will utilize stacked parking, which will allow for three cars in what would traditionally be just one parking space. Parking will be accessed at Richard Street.



Rendering of the east façade of the proposed Charli development as designed by Method Studio. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.


Rendering of the north façade of the Charli development as designed by Method Studio. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.


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August 15th

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September 10th

The Charli, at 55 W 800 S, is adding 90 for-sale units, 26 in the old Taffy Town factory in front, and 64 in the new building in back. Photo by Luke Garrott.

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The Charli, center. Photo by Luke Garrott.

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Downtown Northwest - The Marmalade District Project



Rendering of the southwest corner of the Marmalade mixed-use project. Image courtesy Salt Lake City planning documents.


Part of the recently completed first phase, The Marmalade Library


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The large Marmalade housing project had its official ground breaking today:

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Downtown Northwest - Salt Lake City breaks ground on ‘Marmalade Block’ project

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) – A ceremonial groundbreaking was held Wednesday evening for a new mixed-use development project in the West Capitol Hill neighborhood. Members of the Salt Lake City Council were on-hand for the
Harvest at Marmalade presentation. The new development will comprise of three mixed-used building with 252 apartments, 12 office units and 2,400 square feet of commercial space. Harvest is the third piece of the four-part Marmalade
Block Development. The first, the Marmalade Branch of the Salt Lake City Public Library was completed in 2016, and the second, the Grove at Marmalade Townhomes completed in fall 2018.

“The library which was built about three years ago has really provided kind of a central hub for the community to gather around. And we feel like the addition of this project is really just going to complete that focus and really have a
transformational effect on the Marmalade Community,” said Micah Peters, CEO of Clearwater Homes.

The fourth component, an inner-block public plaza featuring green space and public art, will be constructed following Harvest’s completion.





Rendering of the northwest corner of the Marmalade mixed-use project. Image courtesy Salt Lake City planning documents.



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On the development front the Marmalade project is coming along nicely and you can already get a sense of the life that project will bring to that area...

Photo Update By Scott Harding - November 2019








Photo Update By Scott Harding - January 2020




Photo Update, April 15th - April 26th, 2020



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Harvest at Marmalade by ClearWater Homes, a 264-unit rental mixed-use project with 4400 sf of ground floor retail space, here from 300 West looking east. City Library branch, bottom right.

Photo Update by Luke Garrott of BuildingSaltLake.com

Harvest at Marmalade fronts 300 West, with a small grocery planned for the northwest corner and a restaurant on the southwest corner also on 300 West.

Photo Update by Luke Garrott of BuildingSaltLake.com


Project just north of Marmalade Library

Photo Update by StayingInformed



Project just north of Marmalade Library 600 N side is above the fence line now.

Photo Update by StayingInformed



September 2nd


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Kier Construction shared an update of the Harvest at Marmalade project about 2 weeks ago on their Facebook page. Thought I'd share it.
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Downtown/Central Updates - The Lotus Development Company


The Lotus team is comprised of industry leaders across multiple disciplines. Lotus is recognized for its profound expertise in urban infill and revitalization, large-scale
residential & commercial mixed-use projects, and best-in-class hospitality brands that include brewing, distilling and roasting, as well as bar and restaurant ownership.

https://lotuscompany.com/property-ventures/


Downtown East - Lotus South Temple - Completed
...This 84-unit building was the pilot project that launched the Lotus Company...





Downtown East - Lotus Republic, 'The Tapestry' - Under Construction
Luke Garrott Reports - Full Article @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/80-...cs-urban-core/

East Downtown will soon see new residential construction along the South Temple – 100 South corridor. At 25 South 300 East, Lotus Republic will add 80 market-rate apartments to what may already be the densest residential area in the
state. The podium + 5 story mixed-use building will house 56 micro (460 sf) and 24 1-bdrm (740 sf) units. The project provides 80 parking stalls for a 1 : 1 ratio. On the ground floor, 1168 sf of retail space will house the Republic Taphouse.
It will replace the former single-story Utah College of Massage Therapy and more recently Cortiva Institute building. Think Architecture of Sandy is the architect...Construction completion is set for Spring, 2022.






Downtown East - Lotus 300, 'The Bella Grace' - Planning Stages
...To be located directly across the street from the above Lotus Republic, 'Tapestry'.





Downtown Southeast - Lotus Republic - Sugar House District - On the S-line, 'The North Metro' - Planning Stages


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September 10th - Downtown South Perimeter Continues Breakneck transformation - The Fife Brewery by Lotus - Planning Stages


Courtesy of, The Lotus Company



Copy And Photo by Luke Garrott @ BuildingSaltLake.com 61 E 700 S, site of a new food + beverage project by the Lotus Company, Fife Brewery. Originally, MJSA Architects proposed
to use the existing building, but were dissuaded by utility upgrades required by the city. Their 5,000 sf new building will be two levels with a rooftop bar. The brewmaster is Patrick Bourque, former head brewer for Uinta.




Copy And Photo by Luke Garrott @ BuildingSaltLake.com To the immediate West, the neighboring Ace Auto building,
at 47 E 700 S, has a permit for “Cleaning up the yard and inside the warehouse. Leaving the building as a shell for future tenant.”

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

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Shipping container housing coming to the West side of downtown.

https://www.sltrib.com/news/2020/02/...Hwtpc3dP2-OKrA


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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Photo By Trent Nelson https://www.sltrib.com/resizer/bTKMj...I3RW7XTW6I.jpg



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.

Photo By Luke Garrott @ https://i2.wp.com/www.buildingsaltla...78%2C509&ssl=1



July 29th/August 1st

Pictured, Pamela's Place in the background and Ecobox in the foreground. Pamela's place is now completed.

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


https://i.imgur.com/SkLxYFBh.jpg

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Downtown Southwest - Pamela's Place Apartments

The Salt Lake Tribune - https://www.sltrib.com/news/2019/04/.../...Pamela’s Place Apartments, a five-story, 100-bed facility at 525 S. 500 West that will be devoted to permanent supportive housing for the region’s chronically homeless.
In addition to affordable studio apartments, the completed building will offer residents access to a full clinic, dedicated case workers, a variety of social services and community spaces, and special facilities for gardening and pets.

“It’s not a homeless shelter,” said Dan Nackerman, executive director of the Housing Authority. “It’s apartments for people perhaps coming out of homelessness or perhaps just very low-income and needing some service.”...





Pamela’s Place is taking shape, a 100-unit permanent supportive housing project by Giv Development.
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September 15th

Pamela’s Place Apartments in Salt Lake City are pictured on Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2020. The Housing Authority of Salt Lake City newest, permanent supportive housing development is named after Pamela Atkinson,
a longtime community advocate for people experiencing homelessness. Scott G Winterton, Deseret News




Note, Ecobox Container mid-rise, covered in previous post, rising to the immediate right.



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Downtown West - Central Station

...Central Station will provide 52 affordable units and 13 market-rate, details of which are yet to be determined. 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...



Rendering of the Central Station mixed-income project in the Depot District. Image courtesy Architecture Belgique.




Central Station mixed-income residential site, at Thomas Electric Co., center (beige). Hong Kong Tea House is visible lower right. To the left is Artspace Bridge (green and red), with Artspace City Center and Macaroni Flats, center-left. SLC RDA owns the vacant lots, center-right, branded Station Center. Photo by Luke Garrott.


April 15th Photos Update At Central Station Project Site

Site of Central Station, a 65-unit mixed-income project at 549 West 200 South in the Depot District is starting to rise at the former site of the Thomas Electric building. Photo from 200 South by Luke Garrott.


Central Station site, from the rear looking north from Eccles Ave. Photo by Luke Garrott.




September 12th


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Streetcar S- Line Update - The 900 Element Apartments


East/West S-Line making its way through Salt Lake City

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Multi-Unit development continues to boom along Salt Lake City's S-Line

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The S-Line at Main Street, South Salt Lake - Photo By Luke Garrott of BuildingSaltLake.com

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

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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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April 15th


The Exchange project, a 412-unit mixed-income, mixed-use project by Giv Development is really taking shape on 400 South and 300 East. Photo by Luke Garrott.


The Exchange looking west, photo by Luke Garrott.



April 30th Update



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June 18th Update




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June 29th Update

Pic By Luke Garrott @ BuildingSaltLake.com



July 29th Update

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September 16th

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Can't see it too well in this pic, but the external cladding is starting to go up on the larger building in the Exchange. The east building (right one in the picture) is looking like it might be complete and ready for occupancy around the new year.

Pic By Scott Harding

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South Central/Maven District - Maven Lofts - Commercial to Mixed-Use Conversion Rehab from lower to higher density


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

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

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

Converting a single story commercial wedding store into a multi-story commercial/residential enterprise

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Building Program:


· 57 qty. 1 bed 1 bath apartments (600 S.F.) on levels 2, 3, &4
· 6 qty. Shelled Retail spaces fronting 900 S and Edison St. on level 1
· 1 qty. Shelled Restaurant space footing 900 S. on level 1
· Parking Garage on level 1 (30)
· Off-Street parking along Edison Street in property (8)
· On-Street parking along 900 S (9)
· Adjacent Parking to remain in property (26)
· 3 qty. Rooftop amenities (Tenant Courtyard + Tenant Balcony + Semi Public Restaurant Rooftop) on level 2.
· Public Gathering & Food Truck Area on Edison in front Storefronts


Project Description

The Project site is located at 156 East 900 South, Salt Lake City, Utah. The site constitutes approximately 26,000 square feet, the majority of that site is occupied by the existing 2-story structure that was built in 1963 and has been in use consistently since its initial construction. The proposed project adds 2 additional stories and rooftop to the existing structure to create a mixed use development within the program described above. The property also includes an adjacent 26 stall parking lot 158 feet away from the property. This adjacent property will remain as-is.

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

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

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

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







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South Central/Maven District - Maven Townhomes - Newly Completed - Across the street from the above Maven Lofts Project

Copy By Isaac Riddle of BuildingSaltLake.com The 900 South corridor continues its evolution as one of the city’s most vibrant east-to-west corridors. Not only will much of the street get a new urban trail and design, but the vibrancy of the street’s three key activity nodes: 9th and 9th, Liberty Park and Central Ninth is outwardly expanding as new nodes are emerging.
One such emerging node is the Maven District, a lifestyle and wellness district between State Street and 200 East. The Maven’s developers, Production Realty and Investments Inc, will soon start construction on the Maven’s next phase, the Maven Townhomes, a proposed 25-unit residential development.
The townhomes will be rentals and will replace the former Arctic Circle at the northwest corner of the 900 South and Edison Street, directly east of the five buildings that currently make up the district.
The project will consist of three, three-story buildings on 0.59 acres. The units will be between 1300 and 1500 square feet and will each have two bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms with two floors of living space above a two-car garage, entryway and utility room.
Nine units will front 900 South, the remaining 16 units will occupy two buildings to the north that will share a public walkway that connects to Edison Street. All three buildings will have second-floor balconies that will overlook either 900 South or the proposed walkway.




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A new apartment building has been proposed in the center of a block near 800 East and Ramona. The project will include one 3-floor building with 17 residential units. I don't think they have settled on a name yet, since in the documents they refer to it as Windsor Court, Sugarhouse Commons, and Sugarhouse Windsor.

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

The address used in the document was: 1966 S. Windsor Street



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The Village at North Station - Design Review

A large apartment complex has filed for a Design Review. https://citizenportal.slcgov.com/Cit...howInspection= The project will be replacing a portion of the Diamond Parking lot near the airport (though it sounds like this portion hasn't been used for a while).

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Gardner Batt & Architecture Belgique Inc. are proposing the redevelopment of 1925 W North Temple which is the current location of Diamond Airport Parking.

The new 769-Unit 100% Affordable Housing development will be replacing the non-conforming Diamond Airport Parking Site.

This 7 apartment building and 1 amenity-building complex will include a block style layout with a private main drive from North Temple that continues south and east through the development connecting back onto the South End of Orange St. This development aims to bring a lively pedestrian friendly residential component to the TSA-MUEC Zone. Midblock walkways along with typical sidewalks allow pedestrian transit within the development helping to create a neighborhood style feel.














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