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Old Posted Sep 2, 2011, 6:24 PM
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With how much is already completed, I really hope they add in the Christmas windows this year and not wait till next. The street already looks to be cleaned up and open. So here's hopes to 2011.
Let's keep our fingers crossed! Decorating City Creek Center this Christmas would definitely be a great way to build up excitement for its spring opening.
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Old Posted Sep 2, 2011, 8:34 PM
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Let's keep our fingers crossed! Decorating City Creek Center this Christmas would definitely be a great way to build up excitement for its spring opening.
Yes, I also think it could build some excitement for City Creak and would bring people downtown to see the changes and get people prepared for what will be available. would also be a good way to announce what stores will be in the City Creek Center. Just think they do the Christmas windows and at the same time they have a sign showing locations and lists of tenants to the thousands of people coming downtown for Temple Square and the windows.

Its been years since they could decorate the ZCMI windows and those windows have been a tradition for Salt Lake City. Just was thinking, I wouldn't be surprised to here they decorate them this year even though CCC isn't open yet.
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ABC4 Just did a piece on city creek center stores they gave a list of possible stores the second part of the story will be at 5.

http://www.abc4.com/mostpopular/stor...-IlGzICdw.cspx

http://www.abc4.com/content/news/top...sr4tpC8AQ.cspx

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Heres something everyone should enjoy. Here are a few more places we aren't supposed to know about.

Capital Grille, located on the west side of Main, south of skybridge

Seasons 52, located on the east side of Main, south of skybridge


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Louis Vutton in Richards Court, just south of Nordstrom.
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Old Posted Sep 3, 2011, 1:54 AM
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This is the basement of 55 E South Temple, which is now connected to the food court. I'm still not sure if these bathrooms are supposed to replace the food court ones or what, but they're nicer, very close, and the other bathrooms are now closed and being worked on. Were they just temporary? I thought the decor in this section was much more warm and tasteful than in most of the Food Court.

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Very nice pictures! I didn't want my post to get lost before them, so I am bumping it

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Heres something everyone should enjoy. Here are a few more places we aren't supposed to know about.

Capital Grille, located on the west side of Main, south of skybridge

Seasons 52, located on the east side of Main, south of skybridge


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Louis Vutton in Richards Court, just south of Nordstrom.
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Old Posted Sep 3, 2011, 2:35 AM
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The creek is looking awesome! Can't wait until this opens up.
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Old Posted Sep 3, 2011, 5:17 AM
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Nordstrom is turning out good. I wish however the building would have a few more windows on the West Temple side.
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Old Posted Sep 3, 2011, 5:34 AM
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ABC4 Just did a piece on city creek center stores they gave a list of possible stores the second part of the story will be at 5.

http://www.abc4.com/mostpopular/stor...-IlGzICdw.cspx

http://www.abc4.com/content/news/top...sr4tpC8AQ.cspx

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Here's something everyone should enjoy. Here are a few more places we aren't supposed to know about.

Capital Grille, located on the west side of Main, south of skybridge

Seasons 52, located on the east side of Main, south of skybridge


Also,

Louis Vutton in Richards Court, just south of Nordstrom.

This is all very exciting except for the part where City Creek steals crappy stores like Abercrombie and Hollister from the Gateway.

Having a Tiffany's and a Louis Vutton will really up our downtown retail game in a way that will reassert Salt Lake City as the retail hub of Utah, north east Nevada and eastern Idaho. All the restaurants we are getting are nice and stay open until 10:00 - 11:00 PM.

So we know 4/5; Cheese Cake Factory, Texas de Brazil, Capitol Grill and Seasons 52.

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Tiffanies is great! I can't wait to buy a bunch of diamonds. Is it competing with OC Tanner? Actually none of the stores are making me want to get out my checkbook. The restaurants sound fun, though.

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The ZCMI facade is priceless. I'm so glad they kept it. It's one of the few remaining cast iron facades. It looks way better than it did in it's previous incarnation. It's too bad the letters don't mean anything anymore. Maybe someday there will be a ZCMI store again.
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I hope they go through with Nike! Not sure why A&F and Hollister would move. I like them alot, but they should stay at the gateway.
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My wife will be happy to hear that we could be getting a Tiffany's here in SLC.
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I hope they go through with Nike! Not sure why A&F and Hollister would move. I like them alot, but they should stay at the gateway.
Guys remember that when the old malls where still there we had a gap and American Eagle at both Crossroads and Gateway, I think we may see two Hollisters, Ambercrombies, and American Eagles in the city, because the Gateway attracts a younger crowd than I feel CCC will, and the stores know it.
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Harmons has been a bust in my book. It was supposed to be one of the first things completed when this was all announced in 2006 (I mean, how long does it take to build a big box?) and has had nothing but setbacks and delays. Although I can't say for sure how it will look when it's all done, there is nothing about it now to inspire me that it will be anything great. I wish it had more windows. I know it's just a grocery store, but if you are going to operate in the city's core, a little more is expected.
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Harmons has been a bust in my book. It was supposed to be one of the first things completed when this was all announced in 2006 (I mean, how long does it take to build a big box?) and has had nothing but setbacks and delays. Although I can't say for sure how it will look when it's all done, there is nothing about it now to inspire me that it will be anything great. I wish it had more windows. I know it's just a grocery store, but if you are going to operate in the city's core, a little more is expected.
Lets keep in mind this is Harmons first Downtown store. I can't think of any of their other stores being anywhere near this large.
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Old Posted Sep 4, 2011, 4:14 AM
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Harmons has been a bust in my book. It was supposed to be one of the first things completed when this was all announced in 2006 (I mean, how long does it take to build a big box?) and has had nothing but setbacks and delays. Although I can't say for sure how it will look when it's all done, there is nothing about it now to inspire me that it will be anything great. I wish it had more windows. I know it's just a grocery store, but if you are going to operate in the city's core, a little more is expected.
The reason the side of Harmon's facing City Creek is windowless and stuccoed up is because a condo tower will someday sit between it and the street. This is part of the longer term plans for City Creek Center. If you look at the other sides they all look much nicer.
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Last we heard, that will be an office tower.
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I look forward to the day we get that tower. I just hope it will be taller then 20 stories.
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Last we heard, that will be an office tower.

Oh yeah, that's right.

Hopefully the success of the City Creek Center will hasten the development, kind of like how the Gateway always seems to be able to fill office space even when the commercial real estate market is a bit weaker.
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