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Woah. Where did you find that?

It's definitely different than anything in the city right now. A little bit... uh... girthier than I expected.
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Woah. Where did you find that?
One of my connections on LinkedIn posted it. She's an owner leasing rep from JLL. She said it will be 22 stories with a rooftop deck.
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Let’s call it the Shart.

The lines and look are pretty interesting but just too deep and long for me to really like. Maybe it will grow on me but I’m going to call it the Shart.
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I really like the design, angles and colors. It will definitely stand out in SLC.

Just wish it was twice as tall. Looks to only be about 22 floors.
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Woah. Where did you find that?

It's definitely different than anything in the city right now. A little bit... uh... girthier than I expected.
I do agree that it is deeper than expected but at least the street frontage isn't bad. I like the ground level layout and how it is welcoming to the Trax station.

The proportions to me make it look like it needs another 5 or 10 stories. I am all for 22 stories especially at that location, I just think the overall proportions would look better with some extra height. I think extra height would reduce the overall bulky depth with the taper.

Overall though, I do like this and hope that it happens sooner rather than later as we need more variety.
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One of my connections on LinkedIn posted it. She's an owner leasing rep from JLL. She said it will be 22 stories with a rooftop deck.
How can I add her to my LinkedIn? JLL gave a proposal for the CCH I believe. Are they a relatively new group?
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Yeah I agree that this design would be really cool if it was 10-15 stories taller. At its current height, the large aspect ratio of the base makes it look like a wall.
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I do agree that it is deeper than expected but at least the street frontage isn't bad. I like the ground level layout and how it is welcoming to the Trax station.

The proportions to me make it look like it needs another 5 or 10 stories. I am all for 22 stories especially at that location, I just think the overall proportions would look better with some extra height. I think extra height would reduce the overall bulky depth with the taper.

Overall though, I do like this and hope that it happens sooner rather than later as we need more variety.

Any rumors for that corner lot in the rendering on the right side?
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Came across another nice SLC cityscape, on the Mya website. The Worthington tower is going to dominate this view.

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