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Working into the Night

This was at 7:30 tonight. They also had the lights on the ZCMI side for the demolition.

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Old Posted Nov 4, 2008, 5:11 PM
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That's awesome T-Mac. Never seen a night shot of CCC. Were you up on the top of JSMB? My wife and I went to the "Roof" back in Jan or Feb of this year. Great views. ( But that was before any of the crane were set up. )
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Yes, my family and I went down to the JSMB to see the reflections on Christ exhibit for family night. While there I wanted to try some night shots around the temple. We also went up to the 10th floor to enjoy the views and I grabbed that shot. I was amazed at how much work was going on at that hour around the entire site. Tower 1 was dark but around 6 and 7 along with Main Street, it was all lit up. The demolition was in full swing along South Temple with many lights and lots of equipment going full steam.
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I checked out the webcam around 9 last night and they were still working on the ZCMI side.
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How many more floors will go on the Hamilton tower?
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2 more floors and then the crown.
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Photo Bump - Salt Lake City's Greatest Snow On Earth

Snowbird Tram - 08/09 Opening Day


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Parking lots could open next summer - City Creek project is mostly on schedule

http://deseretnews.com/article/1,514...00000000007967


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Finding parking in downtown Salt Lake City should get a lot easier when the weather gets warmer.

...parking structures for the $1.5 billion City Creek Center project are on schedule for completion in summer 2009

"We will be starting to complete various elements of the project in 2009, and we'll want the parking to support that...


The lone change to the project noted by Bishop Burton on Thursday calls for the small building between the Zions Bank building and the Eagle Gate Tower on South Temple to be an office building instead of residential space.

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The Gallivan Center is getting some new improvements.

Edwards Daniels Architects put together these rendering concepts.

I dont know how creditable the blue glass tower and the other tower by the Walker Center are. I imagine that they are shown only to add excitement and potential development.








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Main Street Plaza - Downtown Salt Lake City

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Project Updates - Downtown Adj. - Univ. of Utah Research Park and Natural History Museum

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I went running along the Bonneville Shoreline Trail above the U and the zoo. Here are some pretty crappy pictures of the city etc, with my phone.







The University of Utah Museum of Natural History








One of many new buildings in the Research Park



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For those interested in ongoing discussion related to the following pics, please go to...

http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/forumdisplay.php?f=40

Salt Lake City at dusk, looking south from northwest
bench neighborhoods


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Urbanscape, East bench residential

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Steve, If you ask me those were some very nice pics, especially from a phone camera? I like the just before dusk lighting on your pics, very nice. Anxious to see this Natural History Museum project underway. It seems like half the people love it and half hate it. I like it, though I'm more of a fan of the Huntsman Inst. design.

Northeast bench

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You are a busy worker bee over here Delts! This thread is almost a carbon copy, cut and paste, of the main Salt Lake projects thread over in the Mountain West forum minus the involvement of the forum members participating in this thread.

Nevertheless, you are doing a good job at representing
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Yeah, the audience over here tends to be a little diverse from the local forums and more widespread. They seem to enjoy looking at the pics provided by the local forumers, like T-Mac.
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