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Old Posted Mar 7, 2018, 3:21 PM
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I don't think that this will extend the life of the Road Home. What this is, is a preemptive warning to other cities that they may be forced to accept an emergency shelter.

SLC isn't going to allow any more shelters. I am fairly certain that it got codified into law that once the 2 Resource Centers are built there will be no new/additional shelters or centers located within the city limits. It is also codified that the Road Home closes next year.

With Midvale and South Salt Lake having or will be having a shelter/resource center in the near future, this means that another city or 2 will most likely be forced to host an emergency shelter. If more cities would setup possible shelters for say 25 to 50 people, many smaller shelters could be built and they would have a very small impact to the communities.

I know it won't happen but it would be great if Utah County/Provo stepped up to the plate but again, that is beyond doubtful.
Completely Agree Makid!! More communities need to step up, including Utah County. Smaller less impactful homes(resource centers) are a must for continuing on into the future.

Downtown Update - City unveils revised design for women’s homeless resource center


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/cit...source-center/

According to city officials, the designs for the centers were revised after gathering input from workshops and public open houses last year. The designs focus on three themes, safety for both users and surrounding neighbors, design to mitigate potential negative effects and integration into the larger neighborhoods.

The 700 South resource center will occupy 2 acres and will replace what was previously a Deseret Industries and surface parking lot. The 61,229 square-foot center will be two stories and will house up to 200 women at a time...



Rendering of the proposed 700 South Homeless Resource Center. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.


Rendering of courtyard in the proposed 700 South Homeless Resource Center. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.


Central City South - High Avenue Homeless Resource Center


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/cit...center-design/

...The High Avenue HRC will predominantly serve male residents and will go located just east of 300 West on High Avenue (around 1500 South). The site is directly south of the Enclave Apartments, a 251-unit affordable housing development that opened in 2016.

That High Avenue HRC is one of two centers the city plans to build this year. A second, woman-only HRC is planned for the Deseret Industries site near State Street on 700 South. The High Avenue building will have 200 emergency beds and will predominantly house men. The two-story building will have the 160 emergency beds, dining area, kitchen, exam room, clinic offices, hygiene room, intake office, courtyard and storage on the ground floor. The second floor will include 40 emergency beds reserved for women, offices, a community room, programming rooms, a commons area, crisis rooms and a computer lab...



Rendering of the proposed High Avenue Homeless Resource Center. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.


Rendering of the courtyard in the proposed High Avenue Homeless Resource Center. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.




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Just a few pictures of some of the many recent projects to liven up the page. I love the Building Salt Lake reports and pics, Thanks Isaac!! Also, can't say enough about how important these many appropriately sized missing middle projects are to Salt Lake City's overall atmosphere. I see daily the negative impact that out of control sized 70's-80's style apartments have seriously damaged so many neighborhoods in Central L.A. There's definately many streets where larger six-plus story apartments are desired, but often they're not appropriate when off the beaten path, and plopped into the middle of historic or smaller scale neighborhoods.

Downtown Adj. - East Central and 9th and 9th projects nearing completion


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/in-...-completion/3/

Liberty Blvd.

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The latest development by Cowboy Partners in Salt Lake City, Liberty BLVD, is well underway and currently pre-leasing. The project replaces a former Wonderbread factory and will have 267 units and 4,000 square feet of commercial space on 400 South. The sprawling project has street frontage on 400 South, 700 East and 500 South and sits just west of the idiosyncratic Gilgal Gardens.


The north side of the Liberty BLVD Apartments as seen looking west on 400 south towards 700 East. Photo by Mike Fife.


A large variety of materials and a mix of their design patterns are being used to sheath the mass transit adj. Liberty Blvd. Pictured, the north facade of the Liberty BLVD Apartments on 400 South just east of 700 East. Photo by Mike Fife.


Haxton Place Apartments


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The Haxton Place Apartments is framed out at 900 East and Haxton Place just south of South Temple. The three-story 39-unit project is much smaller project than originally proposed. Initially, the developers, Baron Equities, proposed a five-story 105 unit project which they argued fit well with the much taller towers to the north and south. These older, taller projects were mistakes not to be repeated, according to area residents, particularly those residing in the historic homes on Haxton Place which borders the project to the east. Earlier this year the Historic Landmark Commission approved the scaled-down proposal...


The under-construction Haxton Place Apartments as seen looking north along 900 East from 100 South. Photo by Mike Fife.


Crews constructed a significant retaining wall on the east side of the property and you can see one of the historic homes on Haxton Place to the east beyond the wooden fence. Photo by Mike Fife.


Haxton Place Apartments are on the east side of 900 East, south of South Temple. Photo by Mike Fife.


Mutual Beauty Mixed - Use Development


Rendering of the southeast corner of the Mutual Beauty Project...https://i2.wp.com/www.buildingsaltlake.com/

The 9+9 Mixed-use Development is actively under construction on the corner of Harvey Milk Blvd (900 South) and Lincoln Street in the heart of the Ninth and Ninth Business District. The project replaces a small surface parking lot and a building that had formerly housed a beauty supply business. A Conditional Building and Site Design Review was originally denied for this project, but the Planning Commission’s denial was overturned on appeal.

The three-story project will have retail and structured parking on the ground level below two floors with 28 apartments.



The Mutual Beauty mixed-use development is just east of the existing commercial buildings on the south side of 900 Street. Photo by Mike Fife.



Green fencing encloses the construction site for the Mutual Beauty mixed-use development on Harvey Milk Blvd (900 South) at Lincoln St. Photo by Mike Fife.


Construction of the parking structure is underway on the Mutual Beauty mixed-use development on Harvey Milk Blvd (900 South) and Lincoln Street. Photo by Mike Fife.


1105 East Development


Project rendering of the 1105 East project courtesy Northstar Builders...https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/in-...-completion/3/

Developers, Northstar Builders, have a new project under construction on the east end of the 9th and 9th Business District on the northeast corner of 1100 East and Harvey Milk Blvd (900 South). The project is a two-story commercial building that will house a law office and a design firm and is less than a block to the east of the another Northstar project, the recently completed two-story commercial building on the northwest corner of McClelland Street and 900 South. The building houses Northstar’s offices on the second floor and the Alamexo Cantina and real estate office on the ground floor.


The northeast corner of the 1105 East project. Photo by Mike Fife.


An earlier Northstar Builders project on the northeast corner of Harvey Milk Blvd (900 South) and McClelland Street, a half block west of the 1105 East project. This building serves as Northstar Builders’ HQ and is also home to a real estate company and restaurant. Photo by Mike Fife.



Downtown Adj./North - 2nd and 2nd Apartments


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/con...ill-townhomes/

Another missing middle project is now underway in the Marmalade/West Capitol Hill neighborhood. Construction will soon start on the 2nd and 2nd Apartments at the northeast corner of the 200 North and 200 West intersection. The project replaces a long-vacant mechanic’s garage that was previously the home of the Car Care Center. Crews demolished the garage earlier this month.

The mixed-use project will have seven residential units and one commercial unit in two buildings. Each building will be three stories with townhome-style residential units...



Rendering of the southeast corner of the 2nd and 2nd Apartments. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents


The former car garage has been demolished to make way for construction of the 2nd and 2nd Apartments as seen from 200 North. Photo by Isaac Riddle.



City Updates - More missing middle coming to Sugar House and East Central


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/mis...-east-central/

A wave of missing middle housing appears to be on its way in Salt Lake City. On Thursday, January 18th, the Salt Lake City Planning Division will feature five different townhome developments in an open house from 5 to 7 p.m. at the City & County Building.

Missing middle housing refers to mid-density housing like duplexes, townhomes, live/work units and courtyard apartments that provide more density than single-family homes but on a smaller scale than mid-rise multifamily developments.

The five projects will add a combined total of 24 homes to the Sugar House and East Central neighborhoods. There are over 170 townhome units currently under construction in the city with another 170 that could start construction this year. About half of the townhome units under construction will be for-sale units while about three-fourths of the planned projects would be for-sale units...



Downington Avenue Townhomes

Developers, Downington Place, want to build three attached townhomes on 0.28 acres at the southeast corner of the 1300 East and Downington Avenue intersection. The homes will be three stories a garage on the ground floor, living space on the second and two bedrooms and a study on the third floor. The homes will be energy efficient with solar panels on the roof.

Rendering of the Downington Avenue Townhomes. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.


The Cynthia Townhomes

Developers, CW Urban, plan to build a three-unit townhome project proposed for the 500 South block of 800 East. The Cynthia will replace a single-family home and 0.22 acres and is one the several townhome projects underway by CW Urban. As with their other projects like the Ruby, the townhomes will be three stories with a flex space room and two-car garage on the ground floor, kitchen and living area on the second floor and bedrooms on the third floor with second and third story balconies...

Rendering of the southwest corner of the Cynthia Townhomes. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.



The 700 Horizon
North Rock Capital wants to build four attached townhomes on the 2400 South block of 700 East. The townhomes would replace a single-family home on 0.32 acres and will be two stories each. The units will have a kitchen, living room, office, half bath and garage on the ground floor. The bedrooms and a bonus room will be on the second. The middle units will have three bedrooms and two full baths and the end units will have two bedrooms and two baths...

Rendering of the 700 Horizon Townhomes courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.


The Mabel
Nineteen blocks up 700 East from the 700 Horizon is the site of proposed Mabel development, a six-unit townhome development proposed for the 300 South block of 700 East. The project is another townhome development by CW Urban and will replace a single-family home and vacant lot on 3.13 acres. As with the Cynthia, the townhomes will be three stories. The end units will have four bedrooms with a bedroom, full bath and two-car garage on the ground floor, living space and kitchen on the second and three bedrooms and two full baths on the third floor...

Rendering of the Mabel Townhomes. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.



The Markea
The Markea will consist of two buildings on the two narrow side streets, Markea Avenue between 200 and 300 South, and Court Street between 800 and 900 East. The project is by Resonance Development and will include eight units on a 0.27-acre lot and a 0.14-acre lot. The larger building will front Marke Avenue and will include five, two-story townhomes. The second building will front Court Street and will consist of three, two-story townhomes. Both buildings will have the garage, half-bath, kitchen and living room on the ground floor, bedrooms on the second and loft space above the second floor...

Rendering of the Markea Townhomes. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.




Update - City Central/East -
Mixed-use project near Liberty Park


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/cit...-liberty-park/

Wells Mixed-use Development
The proposed mixed-use project replaces two commercial buildings on 0.39 acres and will consist of two, two-story buildings with 12 residential units and 14 commercial units. The developers are requesting front and side yard setbacks to allow the project to build up to the sidewalk level on both 1300 South and 500 East.


The landscaping plans for the Wells Mixed-use Development. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.
Both buildings will be mixed-use and will be separated by two walkways, surface parking and landscaping. The north building will front both 1300 South and 500 East with restaurant space, retail space and four smaller creative workspaces. The second floor will consist of four one-bedroom apartments. Each apartment will have one and one-half baths and a balcony. The building will have a significant amount of glazing on both floors with floor to ceiling windows that will increase the building’s transparency at the street level.

The south building will consist of eight residential and eight commercial units and will front the surface parking lot. Each floor will have four offices and four one-bedroom apartments on each floor. Each second-floor unit will have a balcony. The offices will front 500 East. Additionally, the south building will have a rooftop deck...


Rendering of the northeast corner of the Wells Mixed-use Development as designed by DEIV Architecture and Design. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.


Rendering of the northwest corner of the Wells Mixed-use Development as designed by DEIV Architecture and Design. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.




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Café Molise update

https://www.sltrib.com/artsliving/fo...-on-400-south/

"The owners are leaving their space near the Salt Palace Convention Center to make way for a possible development that also could encompass the now-vacant building that housed NakedFish (and later Ikigai)."

"I've felt pressure for two or three years to relocate," said Fred Moesinger.
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(waits for someone ((okay, my dad)) to say "the homeless centers are too nice, I wish I could live in something that nice")
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Salt Lake City just got absolutely STEAMROLLED by the classic old "Utah Legislature board wipe". DETAILS HERE.

- SLC loses a board position and West Valley City gains one.
- Board claims 100% of tax increment. Amazing.
- SLC need to call the Governor and beg him to veto.

The increment out is very shaped and contoured to reject current tax increment structure. This is the state taking city land right here. Here is the tax increment language:

Part 6. Property Tax Differential

601 11-58-601. Authority receipt and use of property tax differential -- Distribution of
602 property tax differential.
603 (1) (a) The authority may:
604 (i) subject to Subsections (1)(b) and (c), receive up to 100% of the property tax
605 differential for up to 25 years, as determined by the board and as provided in this part; and
606 (ii) use the property tax differential during and after the period described in Subsection
607 (1)(a)(i).
608 (b) With respect to a parcel located within a project area, the 25-year period described
609 in Subsection (1)(a)(i) begins on the day on which the authority receives the first property tax
610 differential from that parcel.
611 (c) The authority may not receive property tax differential from an area included within
612 a community reinvestment project area, as defined in Section 17C-1-102, under a community
613 reinvestment project area plan, as defined in Section 17C-1-102, adopted before March 1, 2018
614 from a taxing entity that has, before March 1, 2018, entered into a fully executed, legally
615 binding agreement under which the taxing entity agrees to the use of its tax increment, as
616 defined in Section 17C-1-102, under the community reinvestment project area plan.

FULL SHITSHOW HERE.
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Isaac, have you heard anything more about the scheduled meetings with CCH stakeholders you reported on a few weeks ago?

"Litvak assured the neighborhood council that plans for the Convention Center Hotel (CCH), a proposed 750-to-1000-room hotel with convention space, are progressing despite the lack of construction activity. The Deputy Mayor cited several planned meetings over the next couple of weeks with the project’s stakeholders that could produce new information and dispel any myths that the project is dead. She added that if the meetings are successful, a final deal could be announced in the next few months."
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State legislature yet again sticking it to the capital city out of spite. Awesome.

I thought this article was pretty cool. Based on these data, it sounds like SLC will have pretty large heat island effect.
http://www.labmanager.com/news/2018/...2#.WqGGxmrwa70
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In reading some comments on the various sources about the Inland Port, I ran across something that the City should honestly consider:

De-annex the land. Since they won't see any tax revenue from the port, they wouldn't be able to provide police or fire services to the area.

Anything that is already built or under contract before March 1, keep in the city. The rest of the land, revert it to the County and let the County and State pay for the various services.

This would keep the Prison (for the 0.5% sales tax increase), wetlands, Amazon Center, International Center, Post, Stadler, UPS, Airport and more but the empty land can just go away.

Without a Veto and a special session to actually work through the bill with the City, I think SLC should seriously consider this.
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Salt lake city makes its mark on the global architectural map

I'm surprised no one has posted this yet. Pretty cool!
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Food Alley

I thought someone had posted this before, but wasn't sure.
http://kutv.com/news/local/salt-lake...-alley-in-2019


Maybe someone can post the other images.
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In reading some comments on the various sources about the Inland Port, I ran across something that the City should honestly consider:

De-annex the land. Since they won't see any tax revenue from the port, they wouldn't be able to provide police or fire services to the area.

Anything that is already built or under contract before March 1, keep in the city. The rest of the land, revert it to the County and let the County and State pay for the various services.

This would keep the Prison (for the 0.5% sales tax increase), wetlands, Amazon Center, International Center, Post, Stadler, UPS, Airport and more but the empty land can just go away.

Without a Veto and a special session to actually work through the bill with the City, I think SLC should seriously consider this.
I was thinking the same thing. Also, it would mean that Salt Lake would have a more accurate population density measurement.

Here's BSL's (mine) editorial on the NWQ highjacking.
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Isaac, have you heard anything more about the scheduled meetings with CCH stakeholders you reported on a few weeks ago?

"Litvak assured the neighborhood council that plans for the Convention Center Hotel (CCH), a proposed 750-to-1000-room hotel with convention space, are progressing despite the lack of construction activity. The Deputy Mayor cited several planned meetings over the next couple of weeks with the project’s stakeholders that could produce new information and dispel any myths that the project is dead. She added that if the meetings are successful, a final deal could be announced in the next few months."
Not yet, but based on Litvak's timeline we shouldn't worry until end of April/early May if there is still no announcement.
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I was thinking the same thing. Also, it would mean that Salt Lake would have a more accurate population density measurement.

Here's BSL's (mine) editorial on the NWQ highjacking.
Issac, do you get the sense that Jackie is widely disliked by legislators and/or the Governor? While I am very mixed on my opinion of her leadership and vision or lack of it, I haven't heard much regarding her relationship with people except for the tense one she has with the council. I agree that the state does not have a proper view of the capitol city and how it benefits all of us, but I wonder if their is a view that we have feckless or dysfunctional leadership that doesn't have its act together and that helps justify and drive the steamrolling of the city.
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Issac, do you get the sense that Jackie is widely disliked by legislators and/or the Governor? While I am very mixed on my opinion of her leadership and vision or lack of it, I haven't heard much regarding her relationship with people except for the tense one she has with the council. I agree that the state does not have a proper view of the capitol city and how it benefits all of us, but I wonder if their is a view that we have feckless or dysfunctional leadership that doesn't have its act together and that helps justify and drive the steamrolling of the city.
She has a tense relationship with anyone who disagrees with her on anything. Even little things. So pretty much everyone has a tense relationship with Jackie.
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She has a tense relationship with anyone who disagrees with her on anything. Even little things. So pretty much everyone has a tense relationship with Jackie.
I used to work for the Utah AIDS Foundation over a decade ago and we were running a fundraiser and contacting local leaders as part of the fundraiser. I was assigned the responsibility of contacting her. Just calling her on the phone was one of the most tense phone calls I've ever engaged in. Apparently, she's just a very tense person.
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Strange a personality like that would move up the chain in local politics. When is she up for re-election?
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Strange a personality like that would move up the chain in local politics. When is she up for re-election?
SLC's Mayoral elections occur in the off-year elections. Her election was in November of 2015 and the next Mayoral election will be in November of 2019. If she lost her incumbent election the next mayor would take office in about 21 months.
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SLC possible future location for Apple's 4th Campus

According to the article it Apple won't announce until later in the year.
Let's hope that our state government doesn't F it all up.
http://gephardtdaily.com/local/apple-campus-slc/
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According to the article it Apple won't announce until later in the year.
Let's hope that our state government doesn't F it all up.
http://gephardtdaily.com/local/apple-campus-slc/
This would be great and really good for the state. Even if it is unlikely. The good thing about this one is Apple isn’t trying to get cities to grovel. Some of the cities were pathetic. It was like watching the Bachelor, which is painful.
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