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Old Posted Aug 11, 2017, 9:48 AM
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Downtown Update - 4th West Apartments Officially Open

Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @

...As has become the trend, 4th West opened in sections with tenants moving into the north wing last fall. The mixed-use residential building is large, occupying the bulk of the site’s 7.3
acres. The five-story building (six if you count the rooftop fitness center and event space), holds nearly 500 residential units...Half of 4th West’s residential units are two bedrooms, with
the remaining units a mix of studio and one-bedroom apartments. Based on bedroom count, if each bedroom was occupied by just one person there would be 746 people living in 4th West
when the building is fully leased out; that’s over 100 people per acre...Vegh describes the 4th West Apartments as an urban resort. Apart from the bar, most of the amenities are centralized
at the rooftop level. The large pool, with uninterrupted views of the downtown skyline and the Wasatch Mountains, is surrounded by cabanas, the type common in resort-style hotels. The
rooftop level also includes a full-service fitness center and outdoor sport court that overlooks downtown. Additional rooftop amenities include a test kitchen and large clubhouse that can be
rented out for events...

...The development also represents a new reality for Salt Lake City, a booming economy that is bringing in out of state workers that are used to paying higher rents than the locals. England
estimates that about 70 percent of the 4th West’s tenants are from out of state...Rents depend on the unit type, of which 4th West offers 16 different unit designs. Rents range from $1,250
for a studio to $4,810 for a deluxe two-bedroom apartment...

View of the downtown Salt Lake skyline from the 4th West Apartments roof deck. Photo by Isaac Riddle.

...There are 761 residential units under construction within a block of the 4th West Apartments. The project is part of the larger Hardware District that will add 409 residential units directly
south of 4th West. Just a half-block to the east on North Temple is the site of the under-construction, Skyhouse Apartments, a six-story building with 240 residential units. Just west of
4th West, on the 300 North block of 500 West, is the North Fourth project, a six-story, 112 unit affordable housing development...

Rooftop sport court at the 4th West Apartments. Photo by Isaac Riddle.

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