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Downtown - Gateway District



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Recently Completed:

Gateway One,


Boyer Co.
This seven-story, 161,000 square foot office building is located on the corner of 100 South and 400 West within The Gateway. The average floor plate of the building is 25,000 rentable square feet and the building has direct access to a five-story, 1,100 car parking garage with direct elevator access to all floors. The One Gateway office building houses tenants including Gardner Company, Morgan Stanley, SCT Corporation, The Boyer Company and Konica Business Technologies.

Gateway Two,


Boyer Co.
This five-story, 80,000 square-foot office building is located just off the corner 100 South and 400 west in The Gateway, a mixed-use development in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. The average floor plate of the building is 16,000 rentable square feet and the building has direct access to a five story, 1,100 car parking garage with direct elevator access to all floors.

Gateway Three,


Boyer Co.
As part of the development efforts at The Gateway, a six-story, 182,000 square foot, “Class A” office building was built. Sitting prominently on the southern end of Salt Lake City 's open-air shopping, dining and entertainment destination, the structural steel building contains retail, restaurant and commercial office space. The building’s exterior is clad in curtain wall, brick and storefront and it is connected to an underground parking structure containing 2,514 garage stalls.

Olympic Plaza - Newly Completed


Downtown Rising
The Gateway Olympic Plaza is a $10 million dollar project carried out by the Boyer Company. The building is 78,000 square feet spread out over two floors and is a combination of retail and commercial space.

Gateway - Fidelity Investments Building - Newly Completed


Boyer Co.
The new Fidelity Investments Building is located at 49 North 400 West. This impressive building boasts 7 floors and 230,000 square feet. Fidelity Investments is the sole tenant of the building and will began moving in May 2007. The building has 90,000 square feet of glass, enough to cover one and a half football fields. Native American Artwork is displayed in the lobby, which is made with materials native to Utah. The construction is done in partnership with The Boyer Company and represents a long-term and significant commitment to Salt Lake City by Fidelity Investments.

Gateway Five nears completion

you will also notice street work in progress for another of Salt Lake City's, Light Rail lines.

photo by T-Mac

Gateway Hyatt Place - Just announced - beginning construction soon


The Boyer Co. is planning to round out The Gateway, a Salt Lake City retail, housing and office development, with a 128-room hotel at 55 N. 400 West. The six-story building would be home to the Gateway Hyatt Place Hotel.


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Downtown Records Library, Under Construction



Downtown Rising

A new 5-story Church History Library on the northeast corner of North Temple and Main will provide scholars, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and other researchers an expanded, more comfortable research facility and enhanced access to Church archive collections. This new building will be home to more than 3.5 million manuscripts, 210,000 publications, 100,000 photographs and 50,000 audiovisual productions.




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Salt Lake City continues to build it's portfolio as a leading medical center

Recently Completed:

Orthopedic Surgery Center


The Center is a 100,000 gross square foot 3-story building bringing together clinical, academic and research activities of a growing and dynamic department.

The Department of Orthopedics and the University Hospitals and Clinics have entered into a partnership constructing and operating the new Orthopedic Surgery Center as an efficient, patient friendly, state-of-the-art, clinical and academic facility. Further, it supports the teaching and research mission of the Department of Orthopedics while enhancing the position of the University Hospitals and Clinics as the premier Orthopedic facility in the Intermountain West.







Recently Completed:

Huntsman Cancer Institute


The Huntsman family joined in an unparalleled scientific quest to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer at its source by donating $100 million to establish the Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI) at the University of Utah, immediately East of Downtown Salt Lake City.

On April 26, 2000, Jon Huntsman pledged an additional $125 million to fund ongoing research and to construct a Clinical Research Hospital adjacent to the Institute. These donations, along with subsequent gifts and grants, have helped HCI build a team of world-renowned specialists and to provide treatment services unparalleled in the region.





Wes Thompson



Recently completed Light Rail to Salt Lake City's Medical Centers and University of Utah Campus

UTA

Recently Completed:

Moran Eye Center


The new $54 Million 210,000 square foot John A. Moran Eye Center celebrated its grand opening, making the new center the largest most comprehensive eye center between the Mississippi River and the west coast.
Salt Lake City's, University of Utah Hospital, for the 13th time, was named one of America's best hospitals by U.S. News & World Report.



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The new Moran Eye Center was designed and built based on input from focus groups consisting of individuals with varying levels of sight abilities. It is now home to more than 40 faculty members, including vision researchers and specialists who come from 10 different countries, including one of the top retinal research teams in the world, accompanied by over 350 staff members. These studies involve more than 2,700 clinical visits each year. .

The New Moran Eye Center...

Has attracted over 40 faculty members, including vision researchers and specialists who come from 10 different countries, and more than 350 staff members.

The New Moran Eye Center building...
Has more than 400,000 feet of data cabling for data transfer, network and telephones. This amounts to approximately 78 miles of cable!
Uses geo-foam blocks to "carve" the garden area. These blocks serve as lightweight "filler" in place of heavier topsoil.
Is made of more than 18,500 cubic yards of concrete the equivalent of a three-foot sidewalk from Salt Lake City to Logan, Utah.
Is constructed with more than 5 million pounds of steel
Had an average of 150 workers representing approximately 40 different contracting companies on the project each day.
Has placed 1,781,300 pounds of reinforcing steel bar (rebar) in concrete. This is the equivalent weight of approximately 600 mid-size cars.

Intermountain Health Care Campus

Newly Completed:



(John Linden) The new flagship medical center is set against the beautiful backdrop of Salt Lake City's, Wasatch Mountain Range.

Modern Focus on the Patient: Intermountain Medical Center by Anshen + Allen

Metro: Salt Lake City, Utah: A massive healthcare facility gives form to a parallel shift in medicine that emphasizes the art of healing rather than the mere administration of scientific procedures.


By Gregory Hoadley
October 25, 2007

Contemporary trends in medicine and design signal the end of the imposing sterility of older-generation hospital facilities. At Intermountain Medical Center in Murray, Utah, designed by Anshen+Allen, the principle of patient-centered care is at the heart of the design. The 1.5-million square foot facility embodies a new approach to clinical architecture, where sunlight, patient comfort, and natural materials are as much a part of the design equation as accommodating the latest in digital imaging equipment.
Located 10 miles south of downtown Salt Lake City, the Intermountain Medical Center, opening October 29, will be the flagship campus for Utah's Intermountain Healthcare. The new facility dispenses with the monolithic medical tower, instead featuring five separate clinics, each designed around the principles of patient comfort and dignity. Wood and stone surfaces complement warm interior color palettes, while serene landscaping, meditative spaces, private alcoves, and natural views will help instill a sense of calm.
Each of the five buildings on the 110-acre former brownfield site has its own identity, entrance, lobby, and parking. The 15-story J.L. Sorenson Patient Tower houses 486 inpatient units in specialized 32-bed sections. Patients and staff can discuss medical and insurance history in secluded wood-enclosed registration bays. Single-occupancy rooms maximize privacy and comfort, while reducing the risk of spreading airborne pathogens between patients. Each room has a sink near the door for visitors to wash their hands, additionally lowering risk of infection. Guests may prepare food in "family pantries," and glass curtain walls afford views of the Wasatch and Oquirrh ranges.
On the ground floor, emergency care is reorganized into low-level flex care, more urgent acute care, a trauma unit for the most critical cases, and a decision unit for those needing monitoring before a diagnosis. Meanwhile, the neighboring six-story, 120,000-square-foot George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Outpatient Care Center contains no beds. As emergency and inpatient care are located next door, outpatient schedules are more likely to run on time, from the clinical offices on the top four floors, to diagnostics on the second, to the surgery and pharmacy facilities on the ground level.
The seven-story J.L. Sorenson Heart and Lung Center features a labyrinth for walking meditation – along with cutting-edge technology. The three-story, 48,000- square-foot Jon and Karen Huntsman Cancer Center combines oncology, radiology, and surgery in an environment that revolves around patient needs, while the six-floor Carolyn Barnes Gardner Women and Newborn Center puts obstetrics, post-natal care, gynecology, and breast care under another roof.
Technology enhances patient-centered care throughout the design. Anti-microbial carpet dampens hallway noise, replacing the familiar sterile tiles. Two-way audiovisual networks link the pharmacy to private kiosks in the wards, where patients can order medications for delivery via pneumatic tubes. From scanners to gamma knives, medical equipment throughout the facility is state of the art.
Although located in separate buildings, acute care and cardiopulmonary services are located opposite each other to provide rapid-reaction options in emergencies. Indeed, the careful placement of the structures indicates that the traditional hierarchical hospital tower has been superseded by a closely integrated network of clinical sites.
Plugged into this clinical network, the freestanding Doty Family Education Center houses a 300-seat auditorium, eight classrooms, and two computer labs. This facility, unveiled in June, caters to the continuing education needs of medical professionals, and is already in use for seminars and review courses.
The turn away from the iconic object in modernism occurs in the context of an ongoing reevaluation of the meaning of modernity in architecture. Instead of the monolithic, nuance and fragmentation are welcome expressions. The Intermountain Center responds to a parallel shift in medicine, emphasizing the art of healing, rather than the mere administration of scientific procedures. This may ring post-modern, but it is not anti-modern: Hard research into the role of the environment in patient recovery has found that such factors as peace and quiet, natural light, comforting materials, and calming views have therapeutic effects. As such, Anshen + Allen's Intermountain Medical Center gives form to contemporary directions in architecture and medicine, setting a standard for a new model of clinical design.


(Anshen & Allen) Site plan: five Centers of Excellence act as pillars for organization and include a tertiary trauma and inpatient center, a heart and lung institute, a women's and newborn's center, a cancer center, and an outpatient center


(Cesar Rubio) Main lobby entrance


(John Linden) Floor-to-ceiling windows in the main lobby maximize connectivity to nature.


(John Linden) From the main lobby, visitors can look out to the Wasatch Mountain Range.


(John Linden) The spine of the building connects the entire campus with views out to nature to orient visitors.


(Cesar Rubio) Typical patient rooms in the J.L. Sorenson Patient Tower feature unusually large windows with views to the mountains and a sofa bed to accommodate family members.


(David Wakely) The resource library and “living room” sets the tone for the caring environment


(David Wakely) The Huntsman-funded radiation treatment rooms with sky images overhead; cabinetry conceals potentially intimidating technology.


(Cesar Rubio) Sunlight plays on the diverse materials and calming color scheme of the lobby in the J.L. Sorenson Heart & Lung Center.


(John Linden) The distinct entrance to the Carolyn Barnes Gardner Womens & Newborn Center features a large canopy for drop-off and pick-up.


(Cesar Rubio) Gift shop in the Women's Center lobby.


(Cesar Rubio) One of the innovations at IMC is the pass-through from the C-Section Room directly into a private NICU patient room where a neonatology team will resuscitate an infant.


(John Linden) The Doty Family Education Center includes a 300-seat auditorium, eight classrooms, and two computer labs.

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Downtown Salt Lake City - Newport Citiview Condos - Taking Reservations

Newport CitiView Condos
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300 West and 325 North
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Downtown Salt Lake City - Artspace Projects - Commercial/Residential


Downtown, Artspace Bridge Condo Project, Recently Completed



Artspace Bridge Project

The Artspace Bridge Projects is at 511 West 200 South. Bridges has 62 affordable apartments for households between 35-55% area median income, galleries, offices for two nonprofits, and retail spaces. The Bridge Projects has two bedroom and three bedroom units.

The Downtown, Artspace Rubber Company Project, Recently Completed






Artspace Rubber Company

This former cold storage warehouse now provides 53 affordable apartments for households between 34-55% of area median income and street level commercial spaces. The Rubber Company won the Award of Excellence from the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials. Rubber Company apartments range from studio (600 square feet) to three bedroom (1200 square feet) units

Artspace City Center






Artspace City Center

Artspace City Center at 230 South 500 West is a renovation of the original ZCMI warehouse built in 1905. City Center offers live/work artist townhouses, galleries, artist studios, offices and an interior garden with skylights where the train used to park in the building.

Downtown, Artspace’s Newest Creative Community Project, Under Construction


Project Description
Artspace is designing an exciting mixed income, mixed use, new construction project with an emphasis on the arts and culture close to downtown:

Artspace has purchased the former Utah Barrel and Scrap at 850 S 400 West in Salt Lake City. The 3.71 acre site is two blocks from a TRAX station.


Residential Component
Affordable apartments for low to moderate income households
Affordable homeownership or rent-to-own town homes for low to moderate income artist households.
Artist live/work spaces.

Commercial Component
Artist studios
Galleries
Nonprofit offices
Retail shops

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Downtown - Liberty Metro - Newly Completed







Liberty Metro is a brand new opportunity to live in the heart of vibrant Salt Lake City; just a short walk from everything, including TRAX, entertainment, restaurants and only one block from the amazing Salt Lake City Library.

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SALT LAKE CITY IN MIDST OF OFFICE SPACE EXPLOSION !!

Office space boom/Salt Lake County needs to add one million new square feet of office space annually, just to keep up (Note: does not account for Weber,Davis,Utah Valley metro sections)

http://www.deseretnews.com/article/1...215837,00.html


Salt Lake skyscrapers tower over a rendering of a new 22-story office building in august. The valley is in the midst of an office space explosion. (Deseret Morning News Graphic)


...Firms are lining up to fill class A commercial space as quickly as the facility's are completed...

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Downtown - Broadway Park Lofts - Under Construction
at 159 West 300 South




by Allen - Millo


• Lanai Style Loft shown with outside wall removed


• Lanai Style Loft showing master bedroom


• Lanai Style Loft looking in at the living room and kitchen through the unique roll up glass wall


roof terrace rendering

Progress - Summer/Fall




Progress - Winter



All Pics, Allen / Millo

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Downtown, Gateway District Update/ Just Announced / To Begin Construction Soon



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http://www.slcgov.com/boards/plancom...sr_4100739.pdf

Gateway Office Six




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The New Gateway Six pictured above is meant to replicate the recently refurbished Rio Grande Depot, which is one of two historic railway depots occupying the Gateway District.

Rio Grande Depot

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Union Pacific Depot, Also recently restored as a part of the Gateway District

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Wow delts you have been keeping yourself busy. But there is so much news going on right now in Salt Lake City and other nearby Metros. I believe that 2008 will be the year of cranes for Salt Lake City with the start of the Construction of a few new highrises such as...

222 South Main
CCC Tower 1
CCC Tower 2
CCC Tower 5
CCC Tower 6
CCC Tower 7

Just to name a few...


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2. "LDS Church Office Building" 28-stories 420 FT 1973
3. "111 South Main" 24-stories 387 FT 2016
4. "99 West" 30-stories 375 FT 2011
5. "Key Bank Tower" 27-stories 351 FT 1976
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Yeah, it's amazing Projects how many things have been completed over the past few years, or are now under construction. We ought to put the new Ogden Hotel on here as soon as we have the rendering, etc.
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Downtown - The Kirtland Condos - Under Construction

4 STORY HIGH RISE CONDO PROJECT * GRANITE, STAINLESS, TILE, WOOD FLOORING, WALK-IN CLOSETS * 9FT CEILINGS, HUGE DECKS, SECURED PARKING, ANIMAL FRIENDLY, CLOSE TO TRAX AND DOWNTOWN LIVING

750 south 300 west.


Kirtland

Kirtland

Kirtland



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Fast-Track flurry of demolition continues on Downtown Salt Lake's multi-billion dollar City Creek Center.

Here are some pics taken by T-MAC yesterday of two of the three, 10 acre blocks under construction.
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Crossroads Block



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Gateway District and Gateway 5 Office progress pics by Stevena07, (Taken Yesterday)

January 11, 2008
Gateway Five




Downtown Gateway Main Street, North End. Visible parking lot will be the site of the new Gateway Six Offices. Overpass in background will be coming down and rebuilt to accomodate pedestrians and the new TRAX line to the airport.


Gateway Six Offices, which will be centered as an attractive site-line at the north end of Gateway's Main Street, which is pictured just above.


New TRAX line under construction along 400 West, at East side of Gateway District.

All Pics by Stevena07

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Downtown - 222 South Main Update - T-MAC update pics, taken today



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Latest Renderings/Elevations of The New City Creek Center from every angle, provided today by Viperlord.

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Crossroads Block







ZCMI Block



Note: The second building from left in the above photo,(an original 19th Century facade) is the new Downtown Macy's

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Salt Lake City's Historic, Sugarhouse District's New Projects - Under Construction

Sugarhouse is one of Salt Lake City's many beautiful districts. It is only minutes from Downtown and is full of hundred's of well-kept, historic, commercial and residential building stock, such as picture below




Sugarhouse Park

Development Underway

Paul Fraughton/The Salt Lake Tribune)



A rendering shows the common area of the Sugar House Loop project. This rendering depicts the condo and office complex of the Sugar House Loop project. (Steve Griffin/The Salt Lake Tribune)

Redmountain
Corner of 21st South and McClelland

Redmountain

West Elevation, Along McClelland Street

Mecham

North Elevation

Mecham

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This picture is impressive; It is such a large construction site plus with the highrises in the background, it makes downtown SLC feel very large, IMO:

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Downtown - The Walker Center Project / Demand for Class A office space has led to a frenzy of restorations and upgrades of Salt Lake's historic icons

Hmmmm..., Looking at this construction time-line, I would have to say they had 'fast-track' back then too!!
6 January 1912


New Walker Bank Building - 18 May 1912


29 July 1912


http://deseretnews.com/dn/view/0,1249,685193083,00.html

Present Day

Jeffery D. Allred

Workers walk through the building's lobby. Once completed, the Walker renovation will offer 110,000 square feet and 16 floors of downtown Salt Lake office space.

Jeffrey D. Allred

BNET,
The Walker Center Building's blue-and-red electric sign that indicated coming weather for generations of Salt Lake Valley residents will be reinstalled atop the 20-story building at 175 S. Main, with letters in a vertical pattern on a steel tower harking back to the 1940s

Pics taken yesterday by Orpheum



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