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In Pictures: Sugar House’s building boom continues


Mike Fife Reports - Full Article @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/in-...oom-continues/

Construction continues unabated in the Sugar House Business District with four projects actively underway, bringing new jobs, residents, hotel guests and a small amount of additional retail to the area. Although 21 by Urbana does replace some local businesses, the rest of these developments, Park Avenue, the Sugarmont Apartments and the Springhill Suites, are replacing shuttered businesses and large amounts of surface parking and replacing them with higher density and additional pedestrian connections.


21 by Urbana


The five-story, 126-unit apartment building by Gardiner Properties is almost fully framed at the southwest corner of the 1000 East and 2100 South intersection... The project replaces a Subway and several small businesses...

Rendering of the 2100 South view of the 21 by Urbana Apartments as designed by Lloyd Architects. Image courtesy Salt Lake City planning documents.


The 21 by Urbana, a new apartment building under construction at the southwest corner of 2100 South and 1000 East. Photo by Mike Fife.


The Park Avenue Development

Concrete is beginning to peak above the ground at the construction site of Park Avenue, a large mixed-use development underway at the near 1300 East and Interstate 80. The project is by Westport Capital Partners LLC and consists of two phases, the first of which includes two buildings, 80Park and 60Park. The first is a five-story, 170,00 square foot office building that will house the University of Utah Health Sugar House Health Center. 80Park will share a parking structure with 60Park, a six-story, 150,000 square foot office building that will sit just south of 80Park. The second phase consists of 40Park, a proposed seven-story, 208-unit residential mixed-use building. The project will add pedestrian enhancements to an area that was previously reserved for parked cars. The parking structure at the center of the development will front a reconstructed Stringham Avenue and will include a small street-level art gallery. The development replaces a former Shopko department store and a large surface parking lot. The project will connect Stringham Avenue between Highland Drive and 1300 East, add Ashton Avenue to the south and include additional north/south pedestrian connections...


Rendering of the north face of the Park Avenue development. The Health Center building on the left (East) side of the rendering will be completed first. Image courtesy Dixon Architects.


The construction site of the Park Avenue development as seen looking southwest from the Olive Garden parking lot on 1300 East. Photo by Mike Fife.


Sugarmont Apartments


Construction continues on the Sugar House Business District’s new largest residential development. The development, by Boulder Ventures, will be eight-stories tall and contain 352 apartment units. It is located just north of Fairmont Park and the current terminus of the S-Line Streetcar. The concrete podium looks complete with framing underway moving from south to North. The Sugarmont Apartments replace the former Granite Furniture warehouse and adjacent surface parking. The project includes a pedestrian walkway through the project that will link Sugarmont Drive with 2100 south, connecting with the walkway between the Vue at Sugar House Crossing and the Granite Furniture building.


Rendering of the Sugarmont Apartments as designed by Studio PBA. Image courtesy Salt Lake City planning documents.



View of the Sugarmont Apartments as seen looking northeast from Fairmont Park. Photo by Mike Fife.



SpringHill Suites


Construction is starting to ramp up on the six-story, 125-room Springhill Suites. The hotel will be the second hotel in the Sugar House Business District and the first new hotel in 20 years. The hotel replaces a surface parking lot directly east of the shuttered Toys ‘R Us building and is the third project by Woodbury Corporation at the 1200 East block of Wilmington Avenue. Woodbury recently finished two adjacent mixed-use projects on Wilmington Avenue, the Legacy Village the Wilmington Flats. The project replaces a surface parking lot and adds pedestrian connections on each side of the building, connecting Wilmington Avenue to points south.


The site plan for the proposed Springhill Suites hotel. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.


The construction site for the Springhill Sutes, a new hotel in the Sugar House Business District, as seen looking north towards the 1200 East block of Wilmington Ave. The former Toys ‘R Us building is to the left. Photo by Mike Fife.


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Trendy new food hall with 8 to 10 eateries — including a beer and wine bar — will open at The Gateway in Salt Lake City


By Kathy Stephenson - The Salt Lake Tribune - https://www.sltrib.com/news/business...alt-lake-city/

Food courts at the shopping mall are so 1980s. Today, it’s food halls that are trendy.

The Ferry Building Marketplace in San Francisco and Chelsea Market in New York are two of the most famous food halls, but there are dozens of similar venues — which offer an eclectic lineup of eateries in a casual, open setting — popping up all over the country.

Salt Lake City will get one later this year at The Gateway, officials announced Thursday...In addition to food, the hall will have a beer and wine bar.

The Gateway closed its food court more than a year ago to make way for Utah’s first Dave & Buster’s, which will open later this month..."SkinnyFats" has a number of locations in Las Vegas, but The Gateway location will be its first outside of Nevada, company founder Reed Slobusky said in a news release.

“We’ve seen the SkinnyFats concept go over in such a big way in Las Vegas,” he said. “Now, we’re taking it to the next level by creating this cool, downtown food hall in Salt Lake City.”



(Courtesy photo) An artist's rendering of the proposed SkinnyFats Food Hall coming to The Gateway in the fall of 2018. MidiCi Neapolitan Pizza also is expected to open soon at the shopping center.


MidiCi Neapolitan Pizza will also be opening soon at The Gateway Center.

Here's a blurb on the recent opening of MidiCi Neopolitan Pizza in Dallas/Forth Worth...

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When it opens this month in the Left Bank development off West Seventh Street, MidiCi The Neapolitan Pizza Company will elevate the fast-casual pizza chain.

For starters, to be called authentic Neapolitan pizza, ingredient requirements are strict: finely ground “00” flour, Italian tomatoes, cold-pressed extra virgin olive oil, fresh mozzarella and aged Parmigiano-Reggiano are among the essentials, along with an oven that can reach upwards of 1,000 degrees to fire the pies in about 60 to 90 seconds.


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Just imaging this view with Boyer's residential tower and Tower 8 next to Harmons. And I suppose Regent Hotel too.

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Downtown Update - PaperBox Lofts


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/dev...aperbox-lofts/

The area surrounding the intersection of 200 South and 300 West is continuing its evolution from a dead zone to a bridge between the downtown core and the Gateway District. Development partners, Clearwater Homes and Peg Development, are ready to expand their presence in the area with the PaperBox Lofts, a proposed mixed-use development for the 100 South block of 300 West.

The developers have submitted revised design plans to the city in preparation for a public hearing with the Salt Lake City Planning Commission for a Planned Development request.
The project will include three mixed-use buildings and a parking structure and will occupy the middle of the block with frontage on both 300 West and 400 West. The three mixed-use buildings will also front a pedestrian walkway, several plazas and a small through-street.

The buildings will have combined 183 residential units. The two largest buildings will occupy the south side of the development and will both be six-stories tall with 95 and 84 units respectively. The units will be a mix of studio, one and two-bedroom apartments. Both buildings will sit above a shared parking structure. The parking structure will include 214 parking stalls, 63 of which utilize the City Lift automated parking appliance.

A landscaped plaza will separate the two larger buildings and each building will also front street-facing plaza at the east and west ends of the property. The two buildings will have live/work walk-up units on the ground floor, but the building fronting 300 West will have one street-facing ground floor retail pad

A smaller building will be just north of the larger two buildings and will be three stories with four, two-bedroom units...



The east facade of the PaperBox Lofts as would be seen from 300 West. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.


The west facade of the PaperBox Lofts as would be seen from 400 West. The project was designed by VCBO Architecture. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.

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Sugar House District - Developer plans apartments near Fairmont Park


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/dev...fairmont-park/

Sugar House’s building boom looks like it will hold steady over the next few years, including in the immediate area surrounding the Fairmont S-Line Station. Developers, Lowe Property Group, plan to build The Fairmont, a proposed six-story, 59-unit residential mixed-use development at the southwest corner of Elm Avenue and McClelland Street.

The project will replace a 0.5-acre surface parking lot and will have a mix of one and two bedroom apartments that will range in size from 562 square feet to 1,263 square feet. The development will have five floors of residential above a two story-parking podium with 61 parking stalls. Each unit will have a balcony and floors two through six will be setback at the podium level which will allow for roof decks fronting Elm Avenue and McClelland Street atop the podium...The project will be less than a half-block away from the Fairmont S-Line Station and Fairmont Park and will be the second project under construction in the streetcar station’s immediate vicinity...











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Cool Regent Street

I have to ask (since the page will not move into 2018) Are they building the Regent..... Or not?
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Cool East side State Street btwn 2nd and 3rd So.

Is that project going to be finished or will it look Ghetto forever?!
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It hasn't been confirmed yet, but we are under the assumption that the Regent Hotel is not going to be built in the near future.

Regarding the lot between 2nd & 3rd south on State, the city is currently selecting a developer to redevelop that site.
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