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That mall is gonna ROCK!!!!!

I used to think Crossroad's atrium ceiling was awesome. I'm gonna die when I see the open-air mall!

Thanks for all the pics, guys! I can sound like an expert whenever I'm driving through downtown with someone.

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I was on CityCreekLiving.com today and noticed a lot of the units in the Richards Court buildings are already listed as "unavailable". I did a quick count:
In the East tower, 19 of 53 units are unavailable and in the West, 23 of 38 are already gone. In total, 42 of 91 or 46% of the units are no longer available, including all but 3 of the 18 corner units with views of Temple Square.



I don't even know that they've officially opened for sales or announced pricing, so a number like 46% bodes well for the rest of the residential units at CCC.

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That's great news. I hope ALL these units get sold out soon so that way Tower 2 could get a move on and maybe even the big tower on State Street.

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They are marketing Richards Court currently. They range from $400k to $500K. I think the penthouses are even more.

I was contacted by a salesman from City Creek Living. I told him I couldn't afford that.

Tower 1 will be the same price range.

They haven't finalized the pricing of the towers along 1st South but he said that the top end may top out at $400k but couldn't state the low end.
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Just my gut feeling, but I think a Crate and Barrel could be in the mix.

Someone else mentioned Borders.

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That's great to hear they are getting this many reservations so quickly! I just hope they are purchased by people who will actually live there and not sit empty as vacation or second homes to people from out of state.
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Urban Logic; As for the Mini Anchors, we did have a discussion about this a few pages back but we might as well have something to talk about right?

I anticipate an H & M entering the market as a mini anchor. Someone else had suggested that maybe a Saks, Nieman Marcus or Bloomingdales may open a small womens only store.

I can't remember what some of the other suggestions were. Remember we have to think of stores outside our market. 40-60% off all stores will be new to the market.

I say it every time, although it's not a mini anchor, here's to hoping we get a free standing Kenneth Cole store. If we get that I don't care what else we get.
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If I am not mistaken, downtown Salt Lake has between 9 and 11 tower cranes that are transforming the skyline.

I had to pick my sister up from the airport late tonight so I did a little shopping and then snapped a few shots of downtown to kill some time.

I do apologize as some of the photos are a bit crooked, I didnt have time to straighten them out before posting... but youll get the general idea









New 21 Story 222 S. Main


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The skyline, minus the Grand America which is off the the left of the picture

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I can't believe the freaaaaaaking snow, you all must be getting what we just went through. If that's the case, get ready for more.
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Hey Kp, In the southern metro (your old stomping grounds) it's been more of a valley rain/sleet. Up in the northern metro of Davis and Weber,they've been getting allot more snow in the valley. The Mountains as you can imagine, have been getting some stellar totals. Definately, an incredible year for the powder hounds at the metro ski resorts.
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Downtown Renderings - City Creek Details - Regent Street - Under Construction

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While poking around on Bowen Studio's website for CCC Renderings, I found these:


I like the idea of opening up a passage between Regent St. and Main. it could make it feel a lot less like an alley and really make the area a lot more pedestrian friendly.



I think that the Regent Street rendering may have been posted here before, but I'd never seen this:



Maybe a new hotel??


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Silver Lake Flat, just minutes up the canyon from the urban floor

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Welcome to The Regent

http://www.citycreekliving.com/regent/index.html

If someone wants to pull some of the pictures off, that would be great. I don't have time here at work to do it.
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Floors 17 & 18 are already unavailable. Keep buying people and we can get Tower 2 built as well.
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Tower 1 - Under Construction

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This is part of my ongoing art project. Two of the buildings, Gateway West and Zions Bank, were downloaded from Google. That is a big help.

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I was intrigued by the fact that the 4 penthouse plans in the regent have 2 bedrooms and aren't very big. The biggest is 2731 not counting the terrace. This is in contrast to the enormous high-end mansions in the burbs. Those who want an emormous condo downtown will have to look elsewhere. I think it would be a good advertisement to have a huge two-story condo or two at CCC.

By the way, that's a beautiful building, even though it isn't very big.

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That is SO SEXY.

Can anyone say Mini-Anchor!

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The Regent will have 150 units with 12 already unavailable. This one is at 8% sold now.

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Combining The Regent and Richards Court there are 240 total units and 64 sold, that is nearly 27% already reserved.

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Wow, I knew that I liked the West side, but I had no idea that the East was going to be so striking. I'm really enamored with the bottom levels also. This is going to be as cool or even cooler than 222 to watch go up!!!

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I'm blown away be the architecture of The Regent, although I like the flat side better than the curved side. All the glass gives it an open, inviting look, which is excellent for a residential building. It should age well. Also, the detail in the lower floors is amazing. There is a blending of modern and historic elements. My highest complements to the architects, whoever that is.

It seems like the only ones with any doubts about the downtown condo market are the builders. I think they could sell anything they can build.

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Zimmer Gunsul Frasca
, they also did the LDS Conference Center.

As far as I know, they are doing all of the residential towers at CCC.
I like the difference in vibes that they've created between the housing choices.
I see Richards Court appealing to retired wealthy Mormons, and the Regent appealing to a younger, more urban crowd. It will be interesting to see how and to whom Tower 1 is marketed.

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Bravo to the Regent!! It looks stunning.

And I'm not too picky. I choose level three, suite two.

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yeah, I concur, this building really is a nice looking modern building. And 765 sq.ft. is actually decent sized for a studio, I would happily live in one. As far as 3 bedroom condos go, The Metro Condos (over by the library on 2nd East) has 20, and 14 of them are sold, so there obviously there is some demand for 3 bed condos out there.
As has been stated, it does seem like CCC is more stately and traditional on the north side of the blocks, and more modern on the south side, almost like they are blending from the institutional (religious) on the north end of downtown to the southern commercial side of downtown. Which, in my opinion, is actually pretty good design, so as not to detract or distract from their holy places by having traditional designs next door, but then blending into modern; yeah, I just think it's cool.

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Originally I wasn't too wowed by The Regent (from the original drawings), however now with the detailed specs--wow, and wow. I already liked the images of Tower 2--I hope I am wowed even moreso when release detailed views and build that tower.
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This is a great photo from Phill Monson on flickr. He takes some great shots.

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