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Autumn Giving Way To A Winter Sports Paradise - Salt Lake City


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I really need to visit this city. When is the best time of year to go?
I guess it depends on what your strongest interests would be. If you are into the outdoors then Salt Lake City is a four-season world Mecca. There are hundreds of square miles of outdoor activity, surrounded by
spectacular scenery, all within minute's reach of Downtown and the Metro Valleys. The Holiday Season is superb as Salt Lake City itself and the surrounding resorts really get into the Holiday Spirit. The lights and decorations are so beautiful, and the number of world-class performing artists and companies in town is beyond impressive. If your a film buff, and have always wondered what Sundance is like, then January. Also, of course, there's the famous powder to be had at the many surrounding ski resorts if you're into skiing. All of the nearby Ski Resorts have expanded their amenities a great deal to offer a busy full four-season experience. Spring, Summer, Fall and even Winter is usually very sunny. Utah is after all one of the 6 or 7 sunniest States, and anytime is a great time to tour the many new urban developments downtown. You will especially not want to miss City Creek if you're a development geek. There are innumerable historical sites to visit downtown and the gardens of the Temple Square Campus during the Spring, Summer and Fall are very compelling if you are into gardening or landscape architecture.



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Metro Canyons - Utah Holiday Ski Trip, Sundance Ski Resort by dconrow @ http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2240/...5c92a379_b.jpg

Downtown Updates - 95 South State Tower - Under Construction


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Tower 8/95 State is currently excavating the tops of the pilings they put in over the past months so they can, I assume, pour the base concrete pad.
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City Creek Reserve sent out this press release about 95 State (Tower 8)
City Creek Reserve, Inc. Makes It Official:
95 State at City Creek
to be SLC’s Newest Commercial Office Tower


SALT LAKE CITY – City Creek Reserve, Inc. (CCRI) today announced that Salt Lake City’s newest office tower to be constructed on the corner of State Street and 100 South will be named “95 State at City Creek.” The building will be the first high-rise development on State Street in decades.

According to Bruce Lyman, Director of Leasing for CCRI, 95 State’s downtown location and proximity to City Creek Center will offer businesses a compelling new choice for Class-A office space in Salt Lake City.

“95 State at City Creek is designed to appeal to today’s employees,” said Lyman. “Its central location and state-of-the-art amenities are designed to maximize wellness, sustainability and productivity to help our tenants make the most of their workday.”

...The project will include 498,000 square feet of leasable office space and an additional 39,000 square feet of meetinghouse space for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The office tower and meetinghouse will have separate entrances and will be independently operated.

95 State at City Creek will offer office tenants premier amenities such as dedicated executive parking, exercise facilities with daily instructional classes, a private entrance for cyclists with secure bike storage, automated window shading,
and personalized HVAC systems that will allow individuals to control their microclimate.

The building will also feature a 5th-floor garden terrace with 7,000 square feet of landscaping, a lobby with 28-foot floor-to-ceiling glass, on-site restaurant, and a renovated underground pedestrian walkway beneath State Street with direct, protected access to City Creek Center.

95 State at City Creek is designed to be the state’s first WELL Certified building with plans to also qualify for LEED Gold and Wired certifications.

Construction is set to begin this month with completion expected in Fall 2021.

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Note to reporters: Architectural renderings attached to this email.



Courtesy City Creek Reserve, Inc.


Courtesy City Creek Reserve, Inc.


Update - Tower 8 - September 30th

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Been a while since we've had any photo updates for Tower 8. I was able to sneak this a couple of days ago:

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I stood on top of a chair on the Social Hall patio area behind Harmons to look over the fence haha.

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Haha, You probably will someday. Give it a couple more years Shakman. As fast as it's developing imagine what it's going to be like when the next Salt Lake City Olympics rolls around!
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Congrats on hosting the NBA All Star game in 2023! Good to see that a new 395' tower is going to be complete by that time
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Update - The Brixton

Developer Baron Equities in conjunction with dbURBAN Communities plans to start construction soon on the Brixton Flats, a proposed five-story mixed-use development. The project will replace the previous home of the Bicycle Center, which temporarily moved to the former Deseret Industries on Sugarmont Drive in Sugar House and will be part of the new development.

The project will 93 residential units in two buildings that will be connecting by a bridge with three floors of residential units above it. The larger building will front both Wilmington Avenue and the S-Line Greenway and will include four floors of wood-framed residential above a ground floor parking podium. The podium level will include structured parking, two residential units, office space fronting the S-Line Greenway and residential amenities including a fitness center and lounge area. The southeast corner of the larger building will have an outdoor courtyard on the second floor above the podium. The projects main entrance will front Wilmington Avenue. A smaller entrance will front the S-Line. To engage with the S-Line, the project will have the office and two residential units open directly to the greenway and streetcar line.

The smaller building will front 700 East will include two levels of retail including the return of the Bicycle Center that will be the anchor retail tenant. Three floors of residential space will sit above the retail portion that will have its street-level entrance fronting 700 East.

In addition to the residential bridge, a plaza and small surface parking lot will separate the two buildings. The plaza will connect to the S-Line Greenway.

The development will replace three structures on 0.77 acres and is directly east of another large residential development underway, the under-construction Liberty Place townhome development by Cowboy Partners.



Rendering of the Brixton Flats as designed by Blackbox Design architects. Image courtesy dbURBAN Communities.


Rendering of the Brixton Flats as designed by Blackbox Design architects. Image courtesy dbURBAN Communities.


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The Brixton looks like it's getting close to completion, 700 E @ Wilmington

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Downtown Update - Liberty Sky

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The pilings drill is in place at Liberty Sky and drilling now.

(Artist's rendition courtesy of Cowboy Properties) Cowboy Properties and Boyer Co. are looking to build a 24-story apartment building on the east side of State Street between
the Federal Building on 100 South and the Maverik headquarters building on 200 South. The $90 million project is being praised for its prospects of bringing more residents to downtown Salt Lake City.

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