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SALT LAKE CITY - 400 W. West Temple - 300 plus ft. - 24 floors

Downtown Update - Mixed-Use Tower Planned For West Temple

10/1/2020...Note: This development site has just taken on a very serious developer and proposal. What were historic levels of development in Salt Lake City and CSA have now increased even more dramatically with it having the lowest unemployment in the nation and large numbers of people seeking cleaner and safer metros to move to. Forthcoming announcements are imminent.

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Held Properties has sold their property at 370 South West Temple.

The new owner is:
370 SOUTH WEST TEMPLE LLC
Address:
C/O THE DOMAIN COMPANIES LLC, 11 PARK PLACE, SUITE 1705, NEW YORK, NEW YORK, 10007
PROPERTY TYPE - PRELIMINARY BREAKDOWN
Residential, Retail and Hospitality - Coworking - Mixed-Used, Transit-Oriented Development

APARTMENTS
340

RETAIL SPACE
6,200sf

OFFICE SPACE
58,000sf

28-PLUS FLOORS

ARCHITECT
Solomon Cordwell Buenz

DEVELOPMENT COST
$230M

FINANCING
Fundamental Partners

COMPLETION DATE
Late 2023

SUSTAINABILITY
Enterprise Green Communities
Fitwel Healthy Building Certification










The Domain Companies are currently finishing up their highly successful 'Exchange Project' across the street from the SLC library.
Their plans are to now begin to transition onto this project from the winding down of their 'Exchange Project'


Pictured, The Exchange, which is the Domain Companies current project, approaching completion.


https://thedomaincos.com/wp-content/...cf_cropped.jpg

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Oops, I noticed the address is incorrect. Should read 400 So. West Temple, not 400 West. Hopefully, the moderator can correct that.

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Yesterday, I ran into an architect on the AUC project, he told me a new, and possibly, final rendering has been submitted. Hopefully Ken will show us all.

Also, cool reno for the University Club Tower on South Temple - http://bit.ly/1JJPpB6


The AIR URBAN CENTER


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Hi,

As promised, below represents our final design selection for AUC. After looking at countless ideas I feel we have something iconic coming to SLC (both in design and services/offering).

We will have some big announcements coming soon, including the hotel group we have chosen (you will not be disappointed). The following renderings are not final quality, but provide
a good overview of the design/layout. In the next month we should have complete renderings, which will include the materials/skins and other design related details. Many details that
will warm up our design are still forth coming. AUC will project high energy at street-level, yet will be warm and inviting when completed (details are not yet shown in these preliminary
renderings).

Special thanks going out to our Architects/IBI, who I believe have done an amazing job at coming up with an original and beautiful design for AUC!

We are very close to having all of the pieces to get AUC underway ...

Cheers, Ken


AUC Corner 400S & West Temple



AUC 400S (East Facing)



AUC Hotel Courtyard



AUC Pooltop Day



AUC Pooltop Night



AUC Sidewalk View



AUC Rooftop Overview

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Update - Air Urban Center Becomes VOID Corporate Center


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Update: AUC is now VCC

Hi as promised I wanted to provide an update on our project. As most of you are aware, our original development was named the AIR URBAN CENTER (AUC). We are now adding a large amount of class A office space in our podium to house all corporate, licensing and sales functions for a new technology/entertainment company I founded last year in Utah called THE VOID. Because of this decision and due to the massive exposure we have received worldwide, especially in Asian markets (which BTW has aided in our capital raising efforts for this project) we have decided to rename AUC as - THE VOID CORPORATE CENTER (VCC). Thousands of publications worldwide have written/reported about THE VOID since we released information about our business plan and technology. For more information visit: http://www.thevoid.com.

I’m also very excited to announce our Hotel Flag! We have chosen the THOMPSON HOTEL brand (Commune Hotel Group) as our partner. This is one of the most exciting hotel operators in the US. Their amenities, style and operational excellence is second to none. It took a while to get Commune excited about the SLC market, but after much effort SLC and our VCC will be the next home to a shiny new THOMPSON HOTEL. Commune has opened several new THOMPSON HOTELS in markets such as NYC, San Francisco, Seattle, Chicago, etc. with much fanfare. Although SLC is a smaller market than the typical gateway cities which Commune has built their recent hotels, after much due-diligence/research, they agreed with our perspective that SLC is about to experience a development boom. Dozens of out of state technology companies are moving into Utah, as well as many home grown companies expanding (THE VOID being one of them including a large development campus/studio). This is going to continue to fuel the growth and development of downtown SLC. SLC is very much under serviced concerning hotel options and rooms. Also more development is needed in areas of food & beverage, nightlife and of course housing within the city. For more information about the THOMPSON HOTEL brand visit: http://www.thompsonhotels.com.

VCC will house the same amenities as planned in the original AUC with the exception of the additional corporate office space. The components of our mixed use project is as follows:

Class A Office Space (Primary Tenant - THE VOID)
Urban Styled Hotel (247 Rooms - THOMPSON HOTEL)
Exclusive Residential Condos (Amazing Views of SLC/Mountains/Lake)
2 Restaurants/Lounges (Expect something great!)
Pool Side Club & Asian Gardens (Podium Rooftop Level - Includes Outdoor Event Space)
Massive Nightclub
Quick Spa & Fitness Center (Hotel & Residential Guests)
Event & Meeting Space(s)
Convenient Ski/Snowboard Lockers

There are several additional/unique features/services to our mixed use project.

We still have more work to do, but we are hopeful that construction will start by the spring of 2016. Construction is expected to last between 20 to 24 months. I will continue to post additional information/details, images, etc. as I’m able.

On a personal note … I hope you share in my excitement for this great project. This is been more work and frankly time/money/effort than I could have ever anticipated. Our entire team was extremely dedicated (we never gave up). As mentioned we still have some small parts to wrap up, but VCC is going up soon!



Cheers, Ken

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Downtown - VOID Corporate Center Tower Moves Forward


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Ken didn't mention it, but the VCC passed the Conditional Building and
Site Design Review
last week. I wrote a post on the project. Here are the planning
documents.
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Isaac Riddle Reports : For details on this project please visit SLCityNews @ http://www.slcitynews.com/new-render...owntown-tower/


Street-level rendering of The VOID Corporate Center. Image courtesy Salt Lake City records.

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Upcoming and Under Construction Towers. The VOID Center is at the upper right
[IMG]SLC 1 by brandinof, on Flickr[/IMG]
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Upcoming and Under Construction Towers. The VOID Center is at the upper left

[IMG]SLC 2 by brandinof, on Flickr[/IMG]
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This project has changed several times. There are rumors that they are looking into a significant height increase but nothing official yet.
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New owners, new design

Some new details and renderings have emerged! Could we get a moderator to update the name and details of this project? The address of the project is (see below) 370 S. West Temple and it will be 28 stories and likely 400+ feet.

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Held Properties has sold their property at 370 South West Temple.

The new owner is:
370 SOUTH WEST TEMPLE LLC
Address:
C/O THE DOMAIN COMPANIES LLC, 11 PARK PLACE, SUITE 1705, NEW YORK, NEW YORK, 10007

https://thedomaincos.com/portfolio/south-west-temple/
This was added to their site in September 2020.

370 South West Temple St
Salt Lake City, UT 84101

PROPERTY TYPE
Residential, Retail and Hospitality
Coworking
Mixed-Used, Transit-Oriented Development

APARTMENTS
340

RETAIL SPACE
6,200sf

OFFICE SPACE
58,000sf

ARCHITECT
Solomon Cordwell Buenz

DEVELOPMENT COST
$230M

FINANCING
Fundamental Partners

COMPLETION DATE
Late 2023

SUSTAINABILITY
Enterprise Green Communities
Fitwel Healthy Building Certification





The Domain Companies are currently finishing up developing the exchange project across the street from the SLC library.
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Hey Atlas, I will get to updating my first post today. Thanks as always for your much appreciated help. LOL, I hadn't visited this site for a while, and can't believe how much transformation this plot has undergone. Good to see that some major developers with a proven local portfolio are now involved in sheparding this development forward.
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