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Salt Lake City & MSA/CSA Rundown

Autumn Giving Way To The First Winter Snows - Suburban Landscape Of Salt Lake City's East Bench


Central Metro - Ski City USA




Update - Ancillary offices on the State Capitol Campus to be demoed. New offices, museum imminent.

By: Ben WinslowPosted - Apr 11, 2022 - https://www.fox13now.com/news/local-...urity-upgrades

SALT LAKE CITY — Plans are moving forward to build a new state history museum and increase security on Capitol Hill.

The Capitol Preservation Board and architects are finishing designs for the new Museum of Utah, a multi-million dollar facility to replace the old State Office Building and data center that sit north of the Capitol building itself.
Demolition will start this summer.

The design, which will closely mirror the existing Capitol, will also include an area for tour buses to come in and a plaza for people to enjoy




Historic Capitol Structure

https://traveler.marriott.com/wp-<br...tol-header.jpg

Pictured, 60's era offices at the rear perimeter of the Capitol Grounds to be demolished and replaced



Pictured are the more recent east/west office additions. Designed to more appropriately blend with the Original Historic Capitol.
Contemporary offices to the rear to be demoed and replaced by a major museum/office complex closely mirroring the historic architecture of the original State Capitol.



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This Utah Capitol complex building will be demolished. Here's what is slated to replace it

https://www.ksl.com/article/50338570...-to-replace-it

A segment of the article:
QUOTE:
...The Utah Legislature is working to fund a new seismically sound five-story, 151,535 square-foot building just north of the Utah Capitol that would give Utah's historic artifacts collection the permanent home that state historians have
requested for years. In addition to the museum, the building plan calls for a new conference center, office space, 400 parking stalls, and electric vehicle charging stations.

However, its most distinctive feature is the space set aside for a state history museum and history collection area, It's a building that will give Utahns a chance to see pieces of the state's past they may have never seen before. Jennifer Ortiz,
the director of the Utah Division of State History, is excited about that prospect, calling Utah's history collection "truly incredible."

"It's such an incredible opportunity — a once-in-a-generation opportunity," she told KSL.com. "To get to participate in thinking about how we can highlight the state's history and the collections is really just a beautiful gift that we can give to
the state and to Utahns."

The massive project will replace the aging and abandoned State Office Building that was constructed over 60 years ago. The old building is slated to be torn down in mid-August, according to Jim Russell, the director of the Utah Division of
Facilities and Construction Management. Construction of the new building should begin in the fall.

The entire project is estimated to cost $219 million, with $110 million coming over from money saved from the construction of the new Utah State Prison, Russell said. Gov. Spencer Cox has requested that $85 million go toward the North
Capitol project, with another $7 million in ongoing funds, according to his 2023 budget. As of Monday, SB6, the legislative bill that covers all sorts of infrastructure and general government spending, lists $68 million toward the project.

It's unclear whether the proposed funds in SB6 would complete the remaining cost of the project.

There are also economic variables that can change the total cost of the project.

"Of course, we are concerned with the continued escalation of the construction market due to labor and material shortages," Russell added, in an email to KSL.com.

Still, the new building is now projected to open in either late 2025 or early 2026 — about 12 to 18 months later than originally anticipated because of earthquake mitigation work that is expected to lengthen the project timeline, Ortiz said.

The delay, however, puts the building right on track to open just in time for a major nationwide celebration...



August 2022 - Demolition Process Begins

Interior work at the moment, they've taken out a few windows and a significant chunk of the eastern wall.


Here's a view from the southwest, only sign anything is happening from this angle is the fencing.

Photos By Paniolo Man




November 11, 2022


The State Office Building is almost completely gone.





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Downtown Update - Astra Watch Timeline




...This construction project will bring what has been billed as the state’s tallest tower thus far, adding hundreds of high-end luxury rental apartments in the Downtown core.

At approx. 448 feet, the Astra Tower would inject 380 units into the core of Downtown, across from the Gallivan Center. It is one of over a dozen new high-rise projects in various stages of the development pipeline and or construction in the downtown area.





















Astra Site - April 25, 2021

Photo By Atlas


Goodbye Carl's Jr. - Astra Site - April 26th

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Official Groundbreaking Ceremony - January 12, 2022


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Some pics of the Astra groundbreaking yesterday from KSL:



Our own forum member in on the action! (Schmoe, At Center In Navy Blue Jacket)








https://www.ksl.com/article/50326967...lest-building-


February 6, 2022

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Took some photos today while attending to some business in downtown.

...And Astra, because we all can't get enough of them drilling holes in the ground.

Photo By Paniolo Man



February 26, 2022


Photo By Paniolo Man



March 15th - Oopsie Daisy!!


Coring Drill Takes A Spill

The Salt Lake Tribune - Massive drilling rig collapses in downtown Salt Lake City, injuring man and crushing 2 cars - https://www.sltrib.com/news/2022/03/...tuction-crane/


Last Evening of March 15th

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March 25, 2022

New drill on the Astra site!!

Photo By Reeder113


May 17th

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We started installation of the tower crane at Astra Tower today.



May 18th

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Has anyone heard any updates as to when they are going to start the cement pours on the Astra? I thought they were going to start last week.

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Looks like it's starting now.



May 25th



Photo By ConcreteCole




June 1st


Tower Crane going up

Posted By Dakben



July 5th

Astra. Today. Finally starting to see the shape of this thing come together.

Posted By Reeder113



July 18th


As Posted By Paniolo Man from - - KUTV has a new photo gallery of Astra work.



August 28th


Photo By Paniolo Man


September 16, 2022


As Posted By Reeder113



October 19, 2022






Photos By U/Taboubak



October 28, 2022




Photos By Paniolo Man



November 1, 2022

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Some nice drone shots of SLC, and some of the current and recently completed projects downtown. I took a bunch of screen grabs from the video.


Photos as posted by Reeder113


November 11, 2022

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I tried to nab some more interesting pictures of Astra this time.


Here is the view in to where I believe the lobby will be.


Lower level of the parking area.


It was interesting to watch workers finishing the tensioned cables that allow them to have such thin slabs between floors.

Photos By Paniolo Man


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Downtown Update - The Worthington Tower Watch Timeline

Taylor Andersen Reporting - Full Article @
https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/sal...ne-on-the-way/

...The tower that will replace the existing Broadway Place will be 31 stories tall. It will bring 359 residential units to the area on 26 of the 31 stories, leaving 5,800 square feet of space for ground-floor retail and 359 parking stalls on four stories above ground...

...The Worthington Tower “builds on the vision of community leaders who developed the goals of programs like ‘Downtown Rising’ and is one step forward in ensuring Salt Lake City remains the primary cultural, financial, legal and government center of Utah,” Matt Lusty, a representative of the group, told Building Salt Lake on Wednesday.

It will continue two ongoing trends Downtown: new, skyline-altering skyscrapers, and an impending swell of people living in the city center...



The new tower on the northeast corner of 300 South 200 East will replace a
one-story building and local retailers with a 31-story residential building. Rendering courtesy of Worthington.






October 14, 2021


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Demolition of Mortuary and the Tavernacle Social Club. From the subreddit - they’re clearing the way for the Worthington tower:




Looks like demo started on the yellow Broadway building. Rode past there about 30 minutes ago and 1/3 of the building was in rubble.

Photo By SLCPopPunk

https://www.reddit.com/r/Development...tm_name=iossmf


October 24th


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Demolition is complete and site work is underway. This image is from a bit over week ago:



January 14, 2022


https://www.reddit.com/r/Development...onvexity_site/
Photo By Taboubak

Here's the context of where it will be in the skyline, courtesy of Blah_Amazing:





February 15, 2022

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Alright alright alright! Also, based on the citizen portal entry for the project that has been updated as of 2/9, it looks like their building permit was probably issued!





March 21, 2022


Photo By Luke Garrott @ BuildingSaltLake.com



March 28, 2022


Photo posted this week (from Reddit). https://www.reddit.com/r/Development...week_of_32822/



June 3rd and 13th, 2022




As Posted By Reeder113



June 20th, 2022




As Posted By Reeder113 - Original picture by u/HossTR18 on reddit:
https://www.reddit.com/r/Development...n_week_of_620/




July 16, 2022

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A continuous pour of15 million pounds of concrete took place overnight on July 16th. (Photo: Tom Chamberlain, KUTV)







Photos By Tom Chamberlain, KUTV



August 8, 2022


Photo By u/HossTR @ Reddit - https://www.reddit.com/r/Development...QidwEAAA%3D%3D



October 10, 2022




Photo By u/HossTR @ Reddit - https://www.reddit.com/r/Development...QidwEAAA%3D%3D



October 18, 2022

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Worthington at night. Original post by u/HossTR on reddit.
https://www.reddit.com/r/Development..._week_of_1017/



Photo By u/HossTR on reddit



November 15, 2022

https://www.reddit.com/r/Development...eek_of_111422/


Photo By u/HossTR on reddit

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University of Utah Update - New School of Medicine


A rendering of the Spencer Fox Eccles School of Medicine, which will be completed in 2025.



UNIVERSITY OF UTAH BREAKS GROUND ON INNOVATIVE NEW SPENCER FOX ECCLES SCHOOL OF MEDICINE BUILDING


The groundbreaking ceremony for the new Spencer Fox Eccles School of Medicine took place on October 19, 2022.

The University of Utah has broken ground on the new state-of-the-art home for its Spencer Fox Eccles School of Medicine. The $185 million facility has been made possible, in part, by funds from a landmark gift of $110 million from the George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation and the Nora Eccles Treadwell Foundation. The gift provides support not only for the building, but also medical education programs and cardiovascular research.

The new 185,000-square-foot building will become the hub of the University of Utah’s nationally recognized health sciences campus. Once open, the facilities will accelerate the school’s ability to provide the highest quality medical education, advanced research, and patient care, while the added support from the foundations’ dramatically increases the school’s endowment and powers critical research.

Construction of the U’s new medical education building was approved by the Utah State Legislature in 2017 with a $50 million commitment, and an additional $60 million appropriation was approved earlier this year. More than $50 million in added philanthropic pledges for the project have also been secured. Completion of the project is expected in 2025.

"The incredible impact of the University of Utah's health sciences program in education, research and care across the Intermountain West is a source of great pride for the entire state," said Utah Governor Spencer J. Cox. "This new facility will make a major difference in our ability to address the growing need for top-tier doctors in the state, especially in our rural areas."

"I have long believed that no state or region can become truly great without a world-class medical center at its nucleus," said Spencer F. Eccles, namesake of the School and Chairman & CEO of both the George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation and the Nora Eccles Treadwell Foundation. "We hope this seminal grant—the largest ever awarded by our foundations—will help ensure the University not only provides the highest quality medical education for the doctors who serve Utah and the entire Intermountain West, but also furthers the excellence of health care for all our citizens and impacts the future of medicine through its groundbreaking research."

https://healthcare.utah.edu/publicaf...ndbreaking.php


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South Salt Lake Update - Groundbreaking of 'One Burton'.


(Architectural Nexus) Rendering of One Burton, a mixed-use development that is kick-starting South Salt Lake's plans to create a downtown district.


See what’s finally coming to South Salt Lake: its first ‘downtown’ building

By Alixel Cabrera | Nov. 16, 2022, 5:00 a.m. - https://www.sltrib.com/news/2022/11/...-coming-south/


South Salt Lake • Buzz about South Salt Lake revitalization took a tangible step forward Tuesday with a ceremonial shovel turn on Main Street and Burton Avenue.

Construction of One Burton, a new mixed-use development near 2400 South, is now underway, and, along with other building projects, so is the prospect of creating a downtown in this city of 27,000 residents.

The eight-story complex will have 180 apartments — 50 two-bedroom, 103 one-bedroom and 27 studio units. Planned amenities include a gallery, spa and fitness facilities along with rooftop courtyards. The project, which is expected to open in 2024, also will include 7,000 square feet of retail space for restaurants or neighborhood shops.


(Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune) South Salt Lake VIPs turn over a shovel of dirt for groundbreaking of South Salt Lake's Downtown East Streetcar District, which will provide 180 multifamily housing units, on Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2022.

South Salt Lake’s downtown has been in the works since 2016. The intention is to add more housing, commercial and nightlife, said Mayor Cherie Wood. After years of planning, pandemic-related disruptions and infrastructure issues, city officials, architects and developers staged Tuesday’s ceremony on an open parcel where a church, an apartment building and a storage facility used to sit.

“This is our first one after all of that to break ground, and we’re excited,” said Wood, highlighting how much she liked the design, which wraps around a billboard facing Interstate 80. “This is one of many coming to our downtown area.”


(Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune) One Burton, the redevelopment area planned for South Salt Lake's downtown revitalization, known as the Downtown East Streetcar District, will provide 180 multifamily housing units, on Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2022.

Despite the excitement surrounding One Burton, the building will not include the affordable units that Utah so desperately needs to ease a housing crisis.

City officials had been working with these developers before the housing crunch deepened, Wood said, so they did not address the affordability element for this building. But the mayor expects future developments to include affordable units.

What it will look like

One Burton will boast midcentury modern architecture that fits with the neighborhood, said Doug Thimm, an architect at Architectural Nexus, the Salt Lake City firm designing the building. “The idea was to bring something in that could be a piece of architecture that became part of the greater whole.”

Thimm is confident that this development will help execute the city’s vision for its downtown. The building, including its commercial space, is expected to draw people from across Salt Lake County.

“I’ve been talking on and off with the city for over 20 years,” Thimm said, “and to see something finally happening here is really exciting for us.”


(Architectural Nexus) Rendering of One Burton, a mixed-use development that is kick-starting South Salt Lake's plans to create a downtown district. For this project, Architectural Nexus is working alongside Abstract Development Group, an affiliate of a New York-based real estate firm, and Jacobsen Construction Co.



More changes coming to South Salt Lake


Developers are planning another 12 projects in the area in the near future.

“You’re going to see change as you’re already seeing in South Salt Lake right now,” said Gary Ellis, Jacobsen’s president and CEO. “...This is a true sign that we’re providing an area for people to come and live in South Salt Lake and really revitalize the area.”

South Salt Lake’s downtown expects to offer grocery stores, public spaces and access to public transportation.

“We’ve always struggled from people not knowing that we’re a city. If we built a downtown, those types of developments would last 50-plus years,” Wood said, “and so that would really be something we can hang our hat on as a community.”


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Downtown Update - The Brinshore Timeline - 255 South State


Newly released renderings Brinshore's State Street Project


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A little teaser: Just toured the Brinshore site. That project is going to be a very special tenant mix for Food and Bev. Just an unbelievable mix of local and national talent. I'll feed more info when the time is right. But I'm STOKED.
Note: Brinshore Development of Chicago will have two attractive projects coming up for Salt Lake City in 2020 & 2021. The first to commence will be Downtown's 255 S. State and the second along the North Temple light-rail line on the western perimeter of downtown.

Copy By Luke Garrott @ BuildingSaltLake.com Senior representatives from Chicago-based Brinshore Development, one of the largest affordable housing developers in the country, according to Principal
David Brint, has briefed the Salt Lake City Redevelopment Agency (RDA) Board these past months...Brinshore’s mixed affordable and market-rate project aims to align with the goals of a 2018 RFQ from the RDA. Among those goals are
providing a significant number of “deeply affordable” units, promoting an active streetscape, establishing a public mid-block walkway, and preserving and activating the historic Cramer House on Floral Street...Instead of proposing a single
building of large scale, Brinshore’s architect, KTGY, has designed two structures. The south building will be eight floors containing 73 units and the north structure will rise to 13 stories with 117 units. 152 of the 190 total units will be
affordable, ranging from 20%-80% of AMI, with 38 units at market rate. The mix will be 122 one-bedroom, 52 two-bedroom, 13 three- and four-bedroom, with three at-grade artist live-work spaces.

On street level, the project will offer 23,000 sq. ft. of commercial space (down from 40,000 in previous plans), some of which will be dedicated to community and education purposes. The developer plans to build one level of below-grade
parking, offering 100 stalls. Eighteen surface parking spaces will be reserved for retail clients...Between the buildings will be a public “paseo.” It will run from Floral Street (an alley at about 125 East that’s accessible only from 200 South)
to State Street and align with Gallivan Avenue on the west side of State.

Pedestrians will be able to pass all the way from Edison Street (145 East) to State thanks to an existing east-west alley and the paseo.












January 26th




Luke Garrott, BuildingSaltLake.com: ...Construction began last week on 255 South State.


City officials and developers will be delivering on a mixed-use, 80% affordable, two-tower project that incorporates significant public plazas and a midblock “paseo” between State Street and Edison (145 E). It will restore and repurpose a
historic house into a restaurant as part of the development’s 25,000 sf of retail space. The taller of the two towers (eight and 12 stories) will use an innovative construction technique, combining light structural steel with 10 levels of
load-bearing factory-panelized walls called the “Infinity System.”

The project’s 190 units will range from studios to 4-bdrms. 168 of those are federal tax credit units, serving people who make between 20-80% of AMI.

Construction is expected to take 24 months, aiming at a Spring 2023 opening. Here are some current photos of the site:



March 18th








Photos By Luke Garrott @ BuildingSaltLake.com



August 1st

Photo By Luke Garrott @ BuildingSaltLake.com



October 21st


Photo By Atlas



January 12, 2022




Photo By Scott Harding



February 6, 2022


Photo By Paniolo Man



February 28, 2022




Photos By Blah_Amazing



March 21, 2022




Photos By Luke Garrott @ BuildingSaltLake.com



May 31, 2022


Photos By SLC PopPunk



July 27, 2022


Photo By Paniolo Man




October 11, 2022


Original post by u/SLCLvr on the DevelopmentSLC subreddit:
https://www.reddit.com/r/Development...owntown_today/



November 4, 2022

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Some nice drone shots of Brinshore. I took a bunch of screen grabs from the video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=90nKtm1VOpk&t=1s












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November 11, 2022


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

Project address: 1546 S 300 W

The basics: 2.37 acres. 407 residential units. 507 parking stalls. No retail.

Project Description (from developer):
1546 S 300 W Apartments is a proposed 400 unit apartment project. It will be one building on several consolidated parcels that equals 2.37 acres. The building will have 1 Bedroom and Studio units. This project will be replacing several existing single story and two story commercial buildings. This design review application is to ask for a modification to the Maximum Height limit. Below is our written description of how the project meets the design review standards.

Project Renderings:










Project Vicinity Map:


Project Site Plan:


Project Elevations:

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New renderings of what will be going up on the Red Lion hotel site... Here is the website which includes the PDF with more information. https://www.colliers.com/en/properti...18#RelatedDocs
ABOUT THE PROPERTY

World-class Class A Life Science Tower slated to be completed September 2025. Only minutes to Salt Lake International Airport with 94 non-stop passenger flights to 94 destinations in 6 countries. The 6 South Life Science Center is ideally situated with centralized access to labor and the University Of Utah; close to the Urban Core. The development team includes a highly experienced design team capable of delivering turnkey lab space to the tenant. Floorplates are approximately 50,000 SF with the ability to multi-tenant on each floor.





HIGHLIGHTS

- World-class Class A Life Science Tower slated to be completed September 2025

- Robust power capacity with emergency power generator

- Fire service access elevators and designated storage and hazmat rooms

- Four levels of above ground secured and covered market rate parking. Two levels are fully convertible to future lab space.

- Stunning architecture with abundant natural light and views 100 pound live load capacity






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Update - Phase I - The Silos Development


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Address: 515 S 500 W

The Basics: First phase of the Silos development. 8 floors. 175 units. 204 parking stalls (to be shared across development).

Project Description (from developer)
The LIHTC portion of the Silos site development is located at 515 S 500 W. The project is composed of a 3 level (Concrete) podium Parking Garage with 204 parking stalls and 175 LIHTC units in 5 levels of (wood) vertical Construction. The parking spaces will provide a cross shared use across the site for residents as well as the commercial office users in the restored Mill Building. The project provides 65 Studios, 90-1 bedrooms, and 20-2 Bedrooms. Within the building there will also be a leasing lobby with a single office, amenity rooms, bike storage, and access to the local park on the overall Site. The project will highlight an all electric building with Energy Star appliances as well as a cluster of electric water heaters per floor.










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Downtown Update - The Ice House Project - The Hardware District, Under Construction


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December 2020 - The 'Ice House Apartments' project has filed for a Design Review.

The project is located in the western half of the block directly north of the recently built 4th West Apartments and the planned 300 unit Salt Lake Crossing development.
https://citizenportal.slcgov.com/Cit...owInspection=#

The project will include a seven floor building with 393 residential units as well as 28 townhouses for a total of 421 residential 'units'.

The developer is seeking a variance from the TSA 200 ft. max building length.

According to the documents,This updated version of the project will cover 3.41 acres (though this must exclude the proposed new 'midblock' curved road, since my calculation puts it at just under 5 acres (half a block) with that included). It will be comprised of three main areas Area A (Podium, 2.76 acres), Area B (Townhome buildings 2, 3, and 4, 0.65 acres), and Area C (Townhome buildings 5, and 6, 0.55 acres).



RENDERINGS

Aerial (300 North and Trax)


Bird's Eye View


Podium South Entry (300 North)


Podium Southeastern Corner (300 North & aprox 450 West)


'Midblock' Road


Townhouse Building 2


Townhouse Building 3


Townhouse Building 4


Townhouse Building 5


View looking East from Trax Light Rail & Front Runner Commuter Rail


Landscape Plan


Site Plan


Project Description:



PURPOSE FOR DESIGN REVIEW:
[/B]


April 18, 2022





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Luke Garrott: The Ice House project will build 435 units, 41 of them townhomes. It has zero retail space at ground floor. Like the buildings to the south, it will offer tenants a wealth of high-end amenities.

Photos By Luke Garrott @ BuildingSaltLake.com - https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/hardware-district-and-marmalade-construction-update-in-pictures/



November 11, 2022





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Downtown Update - Transit Station Development



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Transit Station Development:
https://citizenportal.slcgov.com/Cit...howInspection=
Design Review:
https://citizenportal.slcgov.com/Cit...howInspection=


Address: 335 E 400 S

Architect: Envision Architectural Group

Developer: Wright Development Group

The Basics: 7 floors. 83 feet tall. 0.76 acres located in the TSA-UN-C Zone. 156 residential units and 159 parking stalls. project is requesting relief from the 200’ maximum facade length along Denver St.


Project Renderings:









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Downtown Update - Salt Lake Crossing - The Hardware District, Under Construction

New micro + studio apartment project to test a new niche in the Downtown market

Luke Garrott Reporting - Full Article @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/new...wntown-market/

Salt Lake Crossing, a 300 micro-unit and studio rental building in the Hardware District, is being proposed by the area’s master developer, SALT Development.

The Salt Lake Hardware project continues its bold rise between the North Temple Bridge Trax/FrontRunner stop and West High School.

SALT’s 4th West, Hardware East and West buildings have added 906 units to the area so far. Three of its planned five buildings are completed and it’s preparing the fourth – with 300 micro and studio-units only...

...On 1.52 acres, it plans 300 units in a podium + five story building. Half of the units will be micro (228 sf) and half will be studios (470 sf). At 198 units per acre, it is an impressively dense development for the local market.
The new building, designed by local architects Method Studio, is proposing to “face the street” only on the south, one of the short sides of the structure. The south side of the building fronts 200 North and the Hardware West building (with Atlas mural). Salt Lake Crossing will park at a .63 ratio per unit in the two levels of its podium. It resides in the richest transit neighborhood in Utah – TRAX Green Line and FrontRunner commuter rail converge just steps away, while three bus lines link with the FrontRunner station at Salt Lake Hardware’s back door on 490 West.

The south part of the building will be three stories of co-working space nested in a five-story amenities-rich environment, including an oversized roof-top hot tub...



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January 23rd - I drove around the city yesterday and I was surprised to see that Salt Development's "Salt Lake Crossing" project, which is next to the Hardware apartments and North Temple station, is seemingly doing site prep already. Zephyr Lofts is doing prep work too...












































SALT Development - https://www.saltdev.com/projects/salt-lake-crossing


Site prep view from the south

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I took some pictures of the new hardware station development which broke ground recently.
New (Salt Lake Crossing) Hardware Development from the north


As seen from the south

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Photos By Luke Garrott @ BuildingSaltLake.com https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/har...e-in-pictures/



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Southern Metro Update


Sunset, Looking southwest toward a partial expanse of the Wasatch Front's Southern Metro beauty.



The Mix At Rivers Edge - Summer 2022 - Under Construction





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University Place Lifestyle Center - OneSuite Offices, Multi-level covered parking, and a new Dillard's department store - Now Completed


Currently for 2022 Woodbury Corps. ever-expanding University Place Center is adding a five-story parking structure providing 273 parking stalls, with a four-story 70,000 square-foot office building included on top of the parking structure.

Woodbury has also demolished a previous anchor store (Macy’s) which was 207,537 square feet and is now rebuilding a 195,000 square-foot Dillard's anchor.

The parking structure will have an architectural skin on the exterior to ensure a seamless facade for the office structure on top...

...In 2014, when malls around the country were failing and big box anchor stores folding, the Woodbury Corp., managers, and developers of University Place, stepped out of the box and redesigned the mall into a campus of retail shopping, Class A business spaces, housing, and entertainment....


Pre-Demolition




Currently under construction and pictured on the right is the new Dillard's department store. To the left, a new mid-rise office tower is also under construction.



This rendering shows the five-story parking terrace with four stories of Class A office space on top now under construction at University Place.


Winter, 2021


Pictured is a partial aerial of the current and ongoing redevelopment of the University Place Center.

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Timpanogos Apartments - Completed


Timpanogos Apartments is located at 1919 North Canyon Rd. in Provo. This apartment community surrounded by spectacular scenery was completed in 2022 and has 3 stories with 120 units. Amenities include a pickleball court, bbq area, outdoor greenery area, zen room, fitness center, yoga room, and underground parking.














Southern Metro Update - The 400 Element Apartments at the Downtown Provo Central Station - Completed


400 Element Apartments - 61 W 400 S, Provo, UT 84601 - 4 stories with 118 units - Studio, One & Two Bedroom

Note: Construction site to the immediate south of the new Millrace Apartment Community @ https://www.apartments.com/400-eleme...vo-ut/kprendc/




















Update - PEG Companies New I-Street Townhomes - Downtown Provo - Completed

41 West 300 North, Downtown Provo
Situated in Provo City’s flourishing downtown, 250 I Street will offer 28 modern housing opportunities to those looking to live just minutes away from various tech headquarters,
this development is bringing Modern uptown living with all the space and storage that Utah outdoor activities require.




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Southern Metro Update - Brigham Young University's New School of Music


The 170,000-square-foot Music Building will have four levels and feature more mid-sized spaces for practice and recitals, including practice rooms located on the upper floor. The cornerstone of the new building will be a 1000-seat concert hall
built in the vineyard style. Vineyard style performance spaces are intended to keep musicians centralized, with audience seating rising above them in tiers — reminiscent of a terraced vineyard.


“While this spatial approach was primarily developed with optimal acoustics and line of sight in mind, BYU’s concert hall will also serve a distinct pedagogical purpose, as it will allow students and patrons alike to have a clear view of
performer technique,” Adams said. “The venue will be the first of its kind in the Intermountain West, marking a significant achievement in musical innovation and excellence in the region.”

Construction is expected to be completed by Fall Semester 2022. Big D Construction has been selected as the general contractor for the project, with HKS Architects as the architecture firm.

The College of Fine Arts and Communications has long been an integral part of BYU. The School of Music was one of the original four departments when the university opened doors, and the Harris Fine Arts Center is the most-used academic
building on campus, presenting more than 500 performances a year.



Rendering of the interior first level of the new Music Building's Vineyard-style concert hall.









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Updates Southern Metro - Utah Valley University Student Housing - The Green on Campus Drive, Completed




































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Utah experiences largest population spike in 16 years. Here's where people are moving

By Carter Williams, KSL.com | Updated - Dec. 1, 2022 at 3:28 p.m. | Posted - Dec. 1, 2022 at 9:30 a.m. - https://www.ksl.com/article/50529646...le-are-moving-

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Southern Metro - Construction Timeline Update, Orem L.D.S. Temple

...The L.D.S. Church’s news release said the Orem temple will be located on a 16-acre site. The site is part of 250 acres Orem annexed from Utah County about five years ago, Brunst said. The mayor said the site is bordered by condos on the north, undeveloped land on the south, railroad tracks on the east, and one of Orem’s last dairy farms across Geneva Road to the west. The church’s plans call for a three-story temple of 70,000 square feet. It also plans to construct a 20,000-square-foot meetinghouse on the site...





The Orem Utah Temple will be built half a mile south of I-15’s University Parkway exit near the nexus of major population,
commercial and industrial growth in Provo, Orem and Vineyard. The address — 1471 S. Geneva Road — is west across the freeway from the Utah Valley University

July 2020 - Aerial of Temple plot - Courtesy of Sunroc Corporation



2 February 2021 Courtesy of Brent R. - Basement walls nearing completion; preparing underfloor electrical conduits and plumbing before pouring final floor slab


15 March 2021 Courtesy of Brent R.


26 April 2021 Courtesy of Brent R. - Installing third floor deck; steel infrastructure for roof and tower underway


24 May 2021 Courtesy of Brent R. - Steeple frame installed


11 June 2021 Courtesy of Brent R.
Sheathing and waterproofing of main level walls progresses



10 July 2021 Courtesy of Brent R.
Beautiful granite cladding being attached to north side of temple



15 July 2021 Courtesy of Brent R.
Concrete pour on lower three decks of the steeple



25 September 2021 Courtesy of Brent R.



15 October 2021 Courtesy of Brent R.



10 December 2021 Courtesy of Brent R.



24 December 2021 Courtesy of Brent R.
Ornamental granite detail revealed on the north side of the temple (ground floor)



2 January 2022 Courtesy of Brent R.



24 April 2022 Courtesy of Brent R.



15 July 2022 Courtesy of Brent R.


29 July 2022 Courtesy of Brent R.
Temple at sunset



19 August 2022 Courtesy of Brent R.


26 August 2022 Courtesy of Brent R.
Scaffolding removed from south side of temple revealing beautiful decorative granite cladding



16 September 2022 Courtesy of Brent R.


1 October 2022 Courtesy of Brent R. Granite cladding of front (west) side of temple upper floors well underway


25 November 2022 Courtesy of Brent R. Installation of beautiful art glass windows begins, marking another significant milestone


2 December 2022 Courtesy of Brent R. Crates of granite cladding placed around steeple scaffolding waiting to be applied to steeple exterior

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Update - Southern Metro - Saratoga Springs L.D.S. Temple


The temple will be three stories tall and approximately 87,000 square feet in size. An adjacent 21,000-square-foot meetinghouse will also be built. https://churchofjesuschristtemples.org/temples/


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26 April 2020 - Courtesy of Glenn LeFors


2 June 2020 Courtesy of Sunroc Corporation


12 July 2020 Courtesy of Jason Gibson


15 November 2020 Courtesy of Jason Gibson


16 January 2021 Courtesy of Brent R.


17 January 2021 Courtesy of Jason Gibson


20 August 2021 Courtesy of Aaron Tate Spire installed atop body of steeple


20 August 2021 Courtesy of Aaron Tate Installation of angel Moroni


20 August 2021 Courtesy of Aaron Tate Installation of angel Moroni


10 October 2021 Courtesy of Jason Gibson


11 November 2021 Courtesy of Aaron Tate Stained-glass windows are being installed


2 January 2022 Courtesy of James Turner


20 June 2022 Courtesy of Brent R


20 June 2022 Courtesy of Brent R.


September 2022 Courtesy of Thomas Nehren


16 September 2022 Courtesy of James Turner


16 September 2022 Courtesy of James Turner


17 October 2022 Courtesy of Chad James L. Fournier


October 2022 Courtesy of James Turner


6 November 2022 Courtesy of James Turner




Preparing for public open house beginning 15 April 2023; scheduled to be dedicated on 13 August 2023


25 November 2022 Courtesy of Honorio Rodriguez

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Clouds carrying world famous powder snow approach the Cottonwood Canyons

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