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I think we should rename this thread to Delts145 Page. I think hes the only one who follows and posts on this page
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Since you are new to the forum I'll assume that you're possibly unacquainted with some of its features. Please go to the General Contents page http://skyscraperpage.com/forum/index.php Then, click onto the Compilation Thread http://skyscraperpage.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=87
You will see three headings to the right, one of which gives the number of views that each city category has accumulated. I haven't tracked the number in quite some time, but it will typically range anywhere from 300 to 600 hits a day. Sometimes, as many as 1,000. If I update on a daily basis, and there are projects that people find particularly interesting, then the number of views will quickly grow. Projects like the new 111 S. Main Tower/Regent St./ Eccles Theatre development, or the City Creek development tend to generate a lot of traffic.

Unlike the Mountain West forum of Denver, Salt Lake City, and Boise respectively, many cities on this Compilation Thread use it as their main discussion forum. Salt Lake City does not, and never has. I use it simply to copy and paste from the local forum those projects currently in proposal and development. Apparently, many find the pictures entertaining enough that several hundred on any given day will hit the thread and view it. For practically the entire existence of the thread, it has ranked at number nine out of fifty for total number of views.

For some time now the general Salt Lake City area has been one of the hottest job and growth markets in the country. For those who frequent the Skyscraper Forum and are just curious, or like many looking for career changes and different places to relocate, this is a handy tool, which also often dispels a lot of misconceptions of Salt Lake City proper itself. I've received enough private messages and requests for further clarifications to know this is the case .

There are thousands of new residential units being added to the Downtown and Central Salt Lake market yearly. Each week it seems as if multiple new major residential projects are proposed, commence construction, or are completed. The huge Hardware Village project alone, along with the many tandem projects it is generating, is transforming an entire sector of the city as if overnight. Developers estimated that 70% percent of those moving into the most recently completed portions were from out of state.

For whatever the reason, hundreds view it daily, and that's reason enough for me to keep it updated.

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Downtown Update - Regent Hotel - New Sales Video


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I FOUND THIS ABOUT THE PROJECT.....WHICH IS NEW...

PHEW.... I ALMOST LOST IT....I LOVE THIS PROJECT.


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It was predicted by many that with the development of the spectacular multi-billion
dollar City Creek Center, exciting and diverse projects would soon spring
up throughout the Downtown District. A new world class Performing
Arts Center/Theater, 111 Tower and a revived Regent St. continue their
hectic construction schedule to the block immediately south of City Creek.
The excitement continues to build throughout Downtown as dozens of
large and small projects progress through their proposals and
beginning construction phases. Newly announced is this beautiful
boutique hotel tower, which is now accelerating through the approval
process.



New Regent Street Hotel planned for downtown Salt Lake

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http://www.deseretnews.com/article/8...Salt-Lake.html


The mixed-use, 20-plus story property will include small
retail on the main floor, up to 190 hotel rooms and residential condominiums on the upper floors. The $100 million project is scheduled for completion in spring 2018.


The Regent Street Hotel - 45 E 200 S Downtown Salt Lake City

PROJECT DESCRIPTION
The Regent Street Hotel is a proposed 330 foot tower with 20 full stories topped by a roof deck and lounge. The top of the 20th floor will be 298 feet; the top of the
enclosed portion of the roof deck lounge will be 311.5 feet. The final 18.5 feet is reserved for potential mechanical needs. The program includes 3 stories of public, meeting and amenity space,
40,490 SF in total. Above the public space and amenities are 9 floors of hotel guestrooms, 105,660 SF total, with 190 guestrooms. Above the hotel are 8 levels of condos with 93,920 SF of built
space and 36 dwelling units. The roof deck has 4,000 SF in enclosed space, 6,290 SF in deck and open space, and 1,450 SF in mechanical space. The proposed project has 251,810 SF total
above grade. The project will lease 133 parking stalls from surrounding parking garages for the hotel component. Each dwelling unit will have 1 parking spot on site below grade.








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A lot of people follow (the thread has 1.8million views)! But we usually save the posting for Delts because he's so incredible at it.
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Thanks Tony. The easy part of updating this thread wouldn't be possible without the much more time consuming reporting by Isaac Riddle, and the great photographers like yourself.
Speaking of which, Thanks for these great updates below. I noticed these updates this morning on the local Salt Lake City Thread. This S-line corridor is really shaping up to be an
outstanding contribution to the city. I hadn't expected it to be so far along with residential developments at this point.

Along The S-Line - Liberty Place



https://i2.wp.com/www.buildingsaltlake.com/

Liberty Place - looks like site prep is underway. 70 townhomes.

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Along The S-Line - Ritz Classic Apartments





Ritz Classic Apartments under construction - 287 units. Ground-level retail.

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Along The S-Line - Zellerbach Apartments




Zellerbach apartments - 292 units. Ground-level retail.

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Along The S-Line - The Crossing



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The Crossing - work finishing on the grocery store. Additional retail and residential upcoming.

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Sugar House District - Rehab and Reuse - The Costume Building

Isaac Riddle Reports: Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/deve...ng-apartments/

Developers, Salt Lake Costume Properties, Inc., wants to convert the former Salt Lake City Costume building on the southeast corner of the 1100 East and 1700 South into a 19-unit residential building...The building’s exterior shell will be preserved, the developers are requesting the height increase to be able to adjust roof and ceiling heights. The developers plan to remove the hard stucco that covers the top two floors and will instead utilize a brick veneer for the all three levels. The current building has very few windows. The proposed conversion will add windows and glass doors on all three floors to increase transparency. The top two floors will include exterior balconies. The developers plan to retain the iconic knight sign and incorporate it into the building’s renovation.The building currently has three cell towers on the roof. The developers plan to replace the three cell towers with two water towers that would serve as cell equipment. Additionally, the RB zone only allows for 4 inch-wide decorative balconies, under the planned development request the developers want to build 12-inch balconies.The proposed 19 units will be predominantly one bedroom apartments. The ground floor will have four units, three of which will be live/work units and one loft unit. The ground floor units will be walk-up units and will front 1100 East. The second and third floors will have eight and seven units respectively. The two, two-bedroom units will occupy the third floor.


Rendering of the proposed adaptive reuse of the Salt Lake Costume building. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.

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Update, Downtown Adj. - 508 South Temple Project

Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/deve...emple-project/

- Features: Conversion of a four-story 66-year-old medical building into residential units and a rebuild of the parking structure. The project will have 110 units with 160 parking
stalls in the rebuilt parking structure. The units will be a mix of studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments. The project will have two stories of subterranean parking and
residential units on the first floor that will front 500 East and separate parking from the street level. There will be five floors of residential space above the parking structure.
The developers will include building setbacks on the third floor to reduce the building’s scale from the street level.


Rendering of the southeast corner of the 508 South Temple development. Image courtesy CSRA Architects.

Rendering of the northeast corner of the 508 South Temple development. Image courtesy CSRA Architects.

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Downtown Update - AC Marriott Hotell & Millagro Apartments


Renderings of completed project



Rendering of the AC Hotel and Peg Apartment development as designed by FFKR Architects. Image courtesy Salt Lake Planning Division.


Rendering of the PEG apartment development as designed by FFKR Architects. Image courtesy Salt Lake Planning Division.

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Interesting feature article in 'Politico' earlier this year. In case you missed it, here's the link: http://www.politico.com/magazine/sto...lanning-214652

Excerpts - Imagine getting 90 municipalities in 10 counties in one of the nation’s fastest growing regions to get on board for a 20-year land use planning effort intended to conserve water use, promote clean air and avoid the destruction of open spaces by slashing housing lot sizes, encouraging higher-density development and imposing new taxes to build a light rail network and commuter rail system from scratch. Imagine that it worked so well the effort expanded statewide.

You might assume it must have started in a liberal bastion like Portland, Oregon or Burlington, Vermont, where people are proud to be tree huggers and planning isn’t a dirty word. But the most ambitious and successful long-term land-use planning effort in American history is happening in ultra-conservative Utah, a state with powerful ranching, mining and energy interests and a reflexive distrust of top-down government solutions. And it was led not by state officials, but by a bipartisan alliance of business, industrial, religious, political and civic leaders, working from plans crowd-sourced from tens of thousands of Utah citizens and executed on a completely voluntary basis by their local governments...

... The results have been impressive: Per capita water use has been cut by more than a quarter and air emissions slashed by nearly half, while 300 square miles of rural and open land have been spared from development. Automobile use has actually dropped slightly in terms of vehicle miles travelled, even as the region’s population has increased by a third, thanks to what is one of the largest transit rail systems per capita in the country. Taxpayers have saved billions in avoided infrastructure spending and maintenance and Envision Utah has been feted by city planners across the country as a model for how to do things right. Envision staff have traveled across the country, providing advice to groups in Detroit and Omaha, North Carolina’s Piedmont Triangle and North Dakota’s Oil Sands, Yellowstone and Eastern Oregon...


The TRAX light rail has a daily ridership of 67,300, providing service to much of Salt Lake City and many of its suburbs. | Mark Peterson/Redux Pictures for Politico Magazine




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Downtown Adj.- Update - University of Utah Buildup Continues

University of Utah Health ranked 6th among 107 academic medical systems for quality of care

by Ben Lockart
https://www.deseretnews.com/article/...y-of-care.html

SALT LAKE CITY — A recently concluded quality of care study has ranked the University of Utah Health system sixth among 107 academic medical centers nationwide.
The system was ranked for the safety, timeliness, effectiveness, efficiency and equity of its care, as well as its focus on patients, University of Utah Health spokeswoman
Kathy Wilets said in a statement.
The review, named the Vizient Quality and Accountability Study and formerly called the University HealthSystem Consortium Awards, has ranked University of Utah Health
in the top 10 for eight consecutive years, including No. 1 rankings last year and in 2010.


Below and to the far left, University of Utah Medical Campus


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The Huntsman Cancer Institute Primary Children's and Families' Cancer Research Center opens on June 21

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Thank You, Jon Huntsman Sr. The New center for fighting the disease opens at Huntsman Cancer Institute

http://www.deseretnews.com/article/8...Institute.html

https://www.forbes.com/sites/kerryad.../#68c975734e3c


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June 6th Construction - Carolyn and Kem Gardner Building (New OSH)

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Some progress pics on a few buildings. It feels like there are construction sounds throughout the entire campus,





August 22nd Construction




June 6th Construction - Eccles Education Building





August 22nd Construction


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University of Utah Campus Construction Contd...



Alumni House Renovation

Design Features of the renovation:

Additional 17,000 square feet, including a two-story atrium with cozy gathering areas
Elegant ballroom capable of seating more than 400 people (600 people conference-style)
Variety of meeting rooms
Modern furnishings and interior design
Memorabilia area, class link wall, and donor tributes


http://ulink.utah.edu/s/1077/16/inte...gid=1&pgid=800





Utah's New Ski Team Building Unveiled
http://www.sltrib.com/home/5222281-1...pen-28-million


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