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I was driving on my way to the U and took a small detour into downtown to take some pictures. Its crazy how fast Tower 1 is going up, they are already working on the 10th floor!! Were almost a third of the way.







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Downtown Update - Meridien Condos and Marmalade neighborhood.

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Most projects to continue despite state budget cuts

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The U is continuing to plan, construct and renovate university buildings, despite budget cuts being implemented by the Utah Legislature.

Fred Esplin, vice president of institutional advancement, said the U shouldn’t stop constructing buildings. He said to do so would hurt students, the U and the surrounding community.

“A university needs to keep growing or it starts to die,” he said. “It is like anything else—if you aren’t moving forward, you are moving backward.”

Planned Buildings:

USTAR complex:



The USTAR complex will be built on the golf course and will house researchers working with the Utah Science Technology and Research Initiative.

In a move to give back funding to Utah agencies, the Utah Legislature removed nearly $50 million in cash that was originally intended for the building. Kim Wirthlin, U vice president for government relations, said she expected the building to be bonded instead.

“The USTAR is moving forward, period. There will be no delay in construction,” said Mike Perez, vice president of facilities management. said. Perez said he expects construction to start late spring or early summer.


2. Universe Project:


Mike Perez, vice president of facilities management, said the College of Nursing building is a major remodeling project that is underway.

“The occupants are moved and the money is in the bank,” he said.

Brinkman said the Legislature provided a one-time package last year for funding, on the condition that the U could provide matching donations, which it did.

3. David Eccles School of Business Building

The U is asking the Legislature for resources to construct a new business school building. Paul Brinkman, associate vice president for budget and planning, said funding would come through bonding. Utah has a Triple-A bonding rate, the best available.

“This is probably the most important building for us this year,” he said.


4. College of Nursing



Mike Perez, vice president of facilities management, said the College of Nursing building is a major remodeling project that is underway.



“The occupants are moved and the money is in the bank,” he said.

Brinkman said the Legislature provided a one-time package last year for funding, on the condition that the U could provide matching donations, which it did.


Detailed building plan can be found here: http://nursing.utah.edu/development/...ningcenter.pdf

5. Marriott Library:



Mike Perez, vice president of facilities management, said the construction on the library is nearing completion as renovations are being made near the west entrance. The Legislature paid for part of the renovations, Brinkman said.

“There is no fear about funding not coming through for the library,” Brinkman said. “Funding is done, it is safe.”



6. Utah Museum of Natural History:



Funding was given one year ago for the new museum building, said Paul Brinkman, associate vice president for budget and planning,. However, he said it could be possible for the U to exchange the previously given cash for bonding

“If they got desperate for additional revenue they could bond,” he said. “But they normally try to avoid borrowing if they can help it.”

Mike Perez, vice president of facilities management, said there would be no negative legislative impact on the museum project.



7. Huntsman Cancer Hospital addition:



Mike Perez, vice president of facilities management, said funding for the additions to the Huntsman Cancer Hospital was provided through donations, hospital funding and private bonding.

“The additions were paid for privately,” he said. “The Legislature will not impact its construction.”

Perez said the designs for the building are near completion. Construction will begin soon after designs are finished.


8. Park Building:



Paul Brinkman, associate vice president for budget and planning, said the U gets $12 million to $15 million each year from the Legislature to do major preventative maintenance on campus buildings. The construction under way on the Park Building was paid for with this funding.

(Before renovation)

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Salt Lake City Urbanscape - Typical surburban park view with Mt. Olympus in background

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Downtown Update - Broadway Park Lofts


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I needed my fix so I walked around downtown today and got some pics. Not T-Mac quality, but something non the less.

Here is a pic of the Broadway Park lofts.

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They are still making progress, there were workers there today and although I didn't get pictures, the whole in the ground is about half full of finished product and forms.

I also like that fact the Bingham Cyclery is moving in just to the east. They are working on the drywall inside right now. It is going to occupy the entire west side of that building. I think this is a great location and a great addition to the neighborhood.
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Here are some shots I took of CCC during my downtown walk today.

Love all the cranes. The first floor of Nordstrom is to the right side of the picture.


This is Richards Court West. It appears as if they are starting to frame the exterior walls, before we know it they will be skinning it.


While this may not look familiar to anyone yet. There had been speculation regarding how they were going to approach Tower 2, and as was mentioned a page or two back, regarding the schedule of openings, Tower 2 (Future Mayor Tower) was going to be built to first floor of retail.

This picture shows what looks to be the rebar for the elevator shaft, and the base pad of Tower 2. So it does look like they will simply build it to street level retail and then once demand dictates they will simply finish the building.

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Southern Metro - Provo

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I was bored on Sat afternoon and drove around and took some pictures.

A random street at the Riverwoods near the mouth of Provo Canyon


Remember that building I wasnt sure of... well I did some research and I think its the new APX Home Security corporate office bldg.


Here is the Generations Network corporate office building expansion(?)


Zions Bank FC




This is the opposite corner of the Zions Bank FC block


Looking West down 100 S


NuSkin HQ in the back (you can see the reflection of the Wells Fargo Center in the dark glass) ...and some older buildings from the early 1900's in the foreground.


The building in the foreground is going to be torn down and replaced with Provo new tallest (possibly) the 11 story University Tower

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