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Old Posted Sep 18, 2018, 1:58 AM
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I like the density on this one.


Wow, that is some great density for that location. Projects like this, The Exchange, Paperbox, Salt, etc. are moving Downtown Salt Lake along nicely, giving Downtown the kind of urban residential vibe it deserves. Hopefully, the city will be able to make some progress in resolving the construction labor shortage for some of the other major projects like Patrinely.


The southeast face of the Moda Luxe mixed-use development as designed by Humphreys and Partners Architects. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.

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I like that proposal a lot! This is an area that will really benefit from increased density.
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Old Posted Sep 18, 2018, 10:04 AM
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When you guys get a minute take a little Google trip down that mid-block alley/2 lane street that runs parallel and behind 200 East of this Moda Luxe Project. Incredible potential there. I hope the plans for it's future flush out its true potential. With the realization of these many outstanding projects in the immediate neighborhood and getting the LaPorte back on track, I can't imagine that that alleyway won't follow up with development in short order.
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When you guys get a minute take a little Google trip down that mid-block alley/2 lane street that runs parallel and behind 200 East of this Moda Luxe Project. Incredible potential there. I hope the plans for it's future flush out its true potential. With the realization of these many outstanding projects in the immediate neighborhood and getting the LaPorte back on track, I can't imagine that that alleyway won't follow up with development in short order.
Delts, it is already starting. There is a new coffee roaster/coffee shop/restaurant back there called Campos. It is only a matter of time before the other storefronts also fill up on Edison.
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Not surprising. Thanks for bringing that to my attention. Great reuse of an old building. Those front windows for double duty are super cool!


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Article from 2013 saying Ken Sanders had three years to move his bookstore due to ICO buying the land just south of the Moda Luxe property. An article in 2014 said 3-5 years. Anyone have info on where Ivory's project stands? With their Cottonwood Mall proposal and their 508 South Temple proposal they have a lot on their plate it seems.
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was moving forward as of a few months ago. Along with several other ICO multi family apartments.
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Ken Sanders is a special place. Wish developers would find a way to keep things that actually enrich the city. I felt the same way about loosing the A Frame Bar in Sugarhouse. The place just aint the same anymore.
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The Exchange project should really add vitality to that area.

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When you guys get a minute take a little Google trip down that mid-block alley/2 lane street that runs parallel and behind 200 East of this Moda Luxe Project. Incredible potential there. I hope the plans for it's future flush out its true potential. With the realization of these many outstanding projects in the immediate neighborhood and getting the LaPorte back on track, I can't imagine that that alleyway won't follow up with development in short order.
FYI the surface parking lot is owned by the feds and is parking for nearby employees. Unfortunately, we may see that lot stay undeveloped for a while.
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FYI the surface parking lot is owned by the feds and is parking for nearby employees. Unfortunately, we may see that lot stay undeveloped for a while.
If it's for the federal building they should look into using the parking on the top level of Harmon's. It's always been empty when I've gone up there to take pictures. There's also probably space in the parking structure that was built for Liberty Crest and the commercial building that became Liberty Sky. Sell the surface lot and make the tax payers some money.
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Not surprising. Thanks for bringing that to my attention. Great reuse of an old building. Those front windows for double duty are super cool!


https://camposcoffee.com/wp-content/...-Lake-City.jpg
That's interesting that the only two franchises in the U.S. are in Park City and Salt Lake City.
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That's interesting that the only two franchises in the U.S. are in Park City and Salt Lake City.
Salt Lake has one of the most innovative and competitive coffee and tea scenes in the country. I know of at least eight other significant roasteries and coffee schemes in the works. Campos is really cool BTW. Worth a look and a taste. They have a cool rooftop patio. I LOVE Edison St. It will be a food hub in the middle of our food triangle.
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Wow, that is some great density for that location. Projects like this, The Exchange, Paperbox, Salt, etc. are moving Downtown Salt Lake along nicely, giving Downtown the kind of urban residential vibe it deserves. Hopefully, the city will be able to make some progress in resolving the construction labor shortage for some of the other major projects like Patrinely.


The southeast face of the Moda Luxe mixed-use development as designed by Humphreys and Partners Architects. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.
I agree Delts. JF had a few really good projects cooking. The main floor of this one (it is a full on concrete tower) has about 7k sf of food centric retail. I smell a food hall...
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SLCC Westpointe Center aims to 'close gap' of Utah's workforce needs

...Tami Pyfer frequently fields telephone calls from business and industry representatives who are searching for skilled workers.

"(They say) 'We need more. We need a skilled workforce. We support public education but there's a gap. How can you help us?' I really wasn't prepared for the enormity of the gap and this problem facing our business and industry partners," Pyfer said.

On Wednesday, some of those same industry partners joined in celebrating the opening of Salt Lake Community College's Westpointe Workforce Training and Education Center in Salt Lake's northwest quadrant.

SLCC President Deneece Huftalin said the $43 million, 121,000-square-foot center was designed and built with the support and vision of industry, government, community and education partners.

"This is the first building in my experience with the college where we have had this kind of community and industry support be so explicitly stated as we went through the building process," Huftalin said.

The stamp of industry partners is evident throughout the center, contributing both state-of-the-industry equipment on which students can learn and train and scholarships to support their educations.

"We will be thanking them for many, many years as they stepped up to help us with this building," Huftalin said.

The center includes 34 lab spaces, eight classrooms and a 3-acre lot for SLCC's commercial truck driving program...



A metal ribbon was created by students for the grand opening of Salt Lake Community College's $43 million, 121,000-square-foot Westpointe Workforce Training and Education Center in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018.


The Salt Lake Community College's new $43 million, 121,000-square-foot Westpointe Workforce Training and Education Center in Salt Lake City is pictured on Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018.
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Groups donate $40 million for proposed Huntsman Cancer Institute expansion

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The 100,000-square-foot expansion would extend from the north end of the cancer center's existing buildings, officials said, adding up to 50 new inpatient rooms and workspace for doctors.

Several donors have committed to altogether donate $40 million to the project. Donors include Spencer and Kristen Kirk in honor of Kathryn F. Kirk — whom the expansion will be named for — The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Humanitarian Aid Fund, and doTERRA International, among others who are remaining anonymous.
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At what point does it stop making sense to keep expanding the Hunstman Cancer Center at its existing location? This latest addition looks like it will have to be built directly into the side of the mountain and it makes me wonder if they'd be better off just adding a second large campus somewhere else than adding more and more space to the existing building(s) on the hill at the university.
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At what point does it stop making sense to keep expanding the Hunstman Cancer Center at its existing location? This latest addition looks like it will have to be built directly into the side of the mountain and it makes me wonder if they'd be better off just adding a second large campus somewhere else than adding more and more space to the existing building(s) on the hill at the university.
I agree. Why not have a downtown campus.
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