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Developers propose 24-story apartment tower on State Street in downtown Salt Lake City
The Salt Lake Tribune - By Mike Gorrell
https://www.sltrib.com/news/business...alt-lake-city/

“We’re excited to see residential on State Street, which is a fairly new addition to the ecosystem,” said Christian Harrison, the Downtown Community Council chairman.
“It is a good sign that State Street is turning a corner. We do hope it spurs more development farther south along State Street.”

“Offices are daytime [operations] and don’t create vibrancy or activity in the evenings. In downtown, they create dead zones,” Planning Director Norris added. “Apartments put eyes on public spaces basically all day long. Those residents tend to go out at night and walk around the neighborhood. It enlivens downtown.”



(Artist's rendition courtesy of Cowboy Properties) Cowboy Properties and Boyer Co. are looking to build a 24-story apartment building on the east side of State Street between the Federal Building on 100 South and the Maverik headquarters building on 200 South. The $90 million project is being praised for its prospects of bringing more residents to downtown Salt Lake City.

Convinced that downtown living is increasingly desirable, real-estate developers Cowboy Properties and Boyer Co. want to build a 24-story apartment building on State Street between 100 and 200 South...

...The $90 million high-rise would include roughly 300 apartment units and a rooftop swimming pool. A five-story parking terrace would be built on its east side, hidden from street views by surrounding buildings.

Although rent levels would vary, Cowboy Properties President and CEO Dan Lofgren said most would cost near the “top of the market in today’s market. We’ll have studios to very large two bedrooms, units that go for under $1,000 [a month] while some of the largest will be several thousand.”...

...“As the downtown residential market has evolved, and as we massaged what we thought was the best option, this residential tower emerged,” Lofgren said. “Downtown Salt Lake City has become an amenity-rich environment. It’s become a great neighborhood. The pieces that were missing 10 years ago — not that it was bad then — are now filled in.“

First and foremost: the Harmons City Creek market at 135 E. 100 South. “The grocery store makes it a neighborhood,” Lofgren said. “For many household configurations, the option of living downtown has become the preferred option. These are households hoping to live without a car, households looking for the convenience of being close to work, households energized by all the activities downtown, households attracted to this notion of a high-rise and the views and lifestyle it offers.”

At the projected rent levels, he sees these apartments appealing to people working at high-tech and financial-services companies, law firms and banks. Retirees also are likely renters, Lofgren added, “drawn especially by the arts downtown — the symphony, the ballet, Eccles Theater. That’s a pretty full basket of offerings.”...

...Planning Director Norris said the shift from office tower to residential high-rise is “certainly consistent with our master plan policies, which try to increase the number of people living downtown.”

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Downtown Update - California Developers Planning New Downtown Tower


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/cali...owntown-tower/

According to Robert Held, the president and chief executive officer of Held Properties, the developers hope to
start construction next year on a 27 story mixed-use building currently referred to as the 370 Millennium Tower...

...While the building’s design and specific floor plans are still being finalized, the proposed uses are already determined.
The 370 Millennium Tower will include a mix of commercial office space, retail space, a hotel and residential condominiums...



Conceptual rendering of the first few floors of the proposed 370 Millennium Tower. The developers are still working on the building's final design. Image courtesy Held Properties.


http://lccpropertiesgroup.com Conceptual rendering of the proposed 370 Millennium Tower. The developers are still working on the building’s final design. Image courtesy Held Properties.


Conceptual rendering of the amenity deck of the proposed 370 Millennial Tower. Image courtesy Held Properties.


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Downtown Update - Large downtown project is nearing completion


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/lar...ng-completion/

PEG Development announced that the AC Hotel Salt Lake City Downtown, the state’s first under Marriott’s AC Hotel brand, will open April 2018.

The hotel, on the southwest corner of the 200 South and 200 West intersection, is one of two buildings on the block underway by PEG Development. Directly west of the hotel is the Milagro Apartments, an eight-story mixed-use building that will share a plaza and parking structure with the AC Hotel...

...The AC Hotel and Milagro Apartments are part of an overall 2.5-acre development that will include 164 hotel rooms, 170 apartments and 16,000 square feet of retail. The project is a collaboration with Dallas-based Woodbine Development Corporation and Utah-based PEG Development. The Milagro is framed-out and will open later this year.



The AC Hotel as seen from the 200 South and 200 West intersection. Photo by Isaac Riddle.


The Milagro Apartments as seen from the 200 South and 200 West intersection. Photo by Isaac Riddle.

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Downtown Adj. - East Central and 9th and 9th projects nearing completion


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/in-...-completion/3/

Liberty Blvd.

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The latest development by Cowboy Partners in Salt Lake City, Liberty BLVD, is well underway and currently pre-leasing. The project replaces a former Wonderbread factory and will have 267 units and 4,000 square feet of commercial space on 400 South. The sprawling project has street frontage on 400 South, 700 East and 500 South and sits just west of the idiosyncratic Gilgal Gardens.


The north side of the Liberty BLVD Apartments as seen looking west on 400 south towards 700 East. Photo by Mike Fife.


A large variety of materials and a mix of their design patterns are being used to sheath the mass transit adj. Liberty Blvd. Pictured, the north facade of the Liberty BLVD Apartments on 400 South just east of 700 East. Photo by Mike Fife.


Haxton Place Apartments


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The Haxton Place Apartments is framed out at 900 East and Haxton Place just south of South Temple. The three-story 39-unit project is much smaller project than originally proposed. Initially, the developers, Baron Equities, proposed a five-story 105 unit project which they argued fit well with the much taller towers to the north and south. These older, taller projects were mistakes not to be repeated, according to area residents, particularly those residing in the historic homes on Haxton Place which borders the project to the east. Earlier this year the Historic Landmark Commission approved the scaled-down proposal...


The under-construction Haxton Place Apartments as seen looking north along 900 East from 100 South. Photo by Mike Fife.


Crews constructed a significant retaining wall on the east side of the property and you can see one of the historic homes on Haxton Place to the east beyond the wooden fence. Photo by Mike Fife.


Haxton Place Apartments are on the east side of 900 East, south of South Temple. Photo by Mike Fife.


Mutual Beauty Mixed - Use Development


Rendering of the southeast corner of the Mutual Beauty Project...https://i2.wp.com/www.buildingsaltlake.com/

The 9+9 Mixed-use Development is actively under construction on the corner of Harvey Milk Blvd (900 South) and Lincoln Street in the heart of the Ninth and Ninth Business District. The project replaces a small surface parking lot and a building that had formerly housed a beauty supply business. A Conditional Building and Site Design Review was originally denied for this project, but the Planning Commission’s denial was overturned on appeal.

The three-story project will have retail and structured parking on the ground level below two floors with 28 apartments.



The Mutual Beauty mixed-use development is just east of the existing commercial buildings on the south side of 900 Street. Photo by Mike Fife.



Green fencing encloses the construction site for the Mutual Beauty mixed-use development on Harvey Milk Blvd (900 South) at Lincoln St. Photo by Mike Fife.


Construction of the parking structure is underway on the Mutual Beauty mixed-use development on Harvey Milk Blvd (900 South) and Lincoln Street. Photo by Mike Fife.


1105 East Development


Project rendering of the 1105 East project courtesy Northstar Builders...https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/in-...-completion/3/

Developers, Northstar Builders, have a new project under construction on the east end of the 9th and 9th Business District on the northeast corner of 1100 East and Harvey Milk Blvd (900 South). The project is a two-story commercial building that will house a law office and a design firm and is less than a block to the east of the another Northstar project, the recently completed two-story commercial building on the northwest corner of McClelland Street and 900 South. The building houses Northstar’s offices on the second floor and the Alamexo Cantina and real estate office on the ground floor.


The northeast corner of the 1105 East project. Photo by Mike Fife.


An earlier Northstar Builders project on the northeast corner of Harvey Milk Blvd (900 South) and McClelland Street, a half block west of the 1105 East project. This building serves as Northstar Builders’ HQ and is also home to a real estate company and restaurant. Photo by Mike Fife.

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Downtown Adj./North - 2nd and 2nd Apartments


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/con...ill-townhomes/

Another missing middle project is now underway in the Marmalade/West Capitol Hill neighborhood. Construction will soon start on the 2nd and 2nd Apartments at the northeast corner of the 200 North and 200 West intersection. The project replaces a long-vacant mechanic’s garage that was previously the home of the Car Care Center. Crews demolished the garage earlier this month.

The mixed-use project will have seven residential units and one commercial unit in two buildings. Each building will be three stories with townhome-style residential units...



Rendering of the southeast corner of the 2nd and 2nd Apartments. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents


The former car garage has been demolished to make way for construction of the 2nd and 2nd Apartments as seen from 200 North. Photo by Isaac Riddle.

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Downtown Adj./South - Book Cliffs Lodge - Ballpark District


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/aff...ballpark-area/

On Wednesday the Salt Lake City Planning Commission approved a Conditional Building and Site Design Review (CBSDR) for proposed mixed-income development that will serve the Native American Community. The development, the Book Cliffs Lodge, is a four-story, 54-unit residential development proposed for the southwest corner of West Temple and Paxton Ave in the Ballpark neighborhood.

“American Indians are one of the most underserved populations in Salt Lake City and America when it comes to accessing affordable housing,” said Anthony Guzman, a member of the Ute tribe and the executive director of the Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake...

...Because the project is just over a block from the Ballpark Station, the developers plan to have less than one parking stall per unit with 19 surface parking lots that will be directly east of the residential building. The ground-floor units will be walk-up units with adjacent patios. Ground floor Amenities will include a gym, lobby and ground-floor walk-up units at both the east and west façades...



Rendering of the Book Cliffs Lodge Apartments as designed by Method Studio. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.

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Downtown Adj./East - New apartments underway in Central City


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/new...-central-city/

Another one-story commercial building is being replaced. Crews have demolished the former City Creek Hearing Center on the 400 East block of 100 South to make way for construction of the 4Forty7 Apartments, a six-story residential development.

The apartments will replace the commercial building and an adjacent surface parking lot on 0.44 acres. Unlike the previous structures, the 4Forty7 Apartments will occupy the entire parcel with limited rear and side yard setbacks. Unlike most of the adjacent multifamily developments, the project will have no front yard setbacks and will be built right up to the property line on 100 South.

The development will consist of a two-story parking podium with four floors or residential units above. The project will units will be market rate with a mix of 55 studio and 31 one-bedroom apartments. The units will range in size from 400 to 650 square feet.

The parking structure will have just 49 stalls including several electric charging spots...



Rendering of the south facade of the 4Forty7 Apartments as designed by JZW Architects. Image courtesy JZW Architects.


Construction of the parking structure is underway for the 4Forty7 Apartments. Photo by Isaac Riddle.

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Downtown Update - 2018 could be a big year for the Gateway


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/2018-big-year-gateway/

In the development community conversations about growth in 2018 tend to include a common theme, growing out-of-state interest in Salt Lake City. The increasing presence of out-of-state firms can already be felt in the city, with residential mixed-use projects like 4th West, the Hardware District and the Morton and proposed downtown commercial towers like the Millennium Tower and the Patrinely Group’s twin 11-story buildings.

For leasing agents, Lance Pendleton and Andy Moffitt, growing out-of-state interest will also an integral part of The Gateway Mall’s revival at the western edge of downtown Salt Lake...Late last year Vestar announced multiple new tenants including a new cafe from local coffee roaster La Barba and the biotech company Recursion Pharmaceuticals. La Barba will occupy a space near the Olympic Fountain. Recursion will move from the University of Utah’s Research Park into the former home of Dick’s Sporting Goods that Vestar will convert into over 100,000 square-feet of office space.

While new tenants announced in 2017 have been a mix of local and out-of-state companies most of the tenants expected to be announced this year will be coming from out-of-state, especially from Salt Lake’s neighbor to the east, Denver.

Both Moffitt and Pendleton cite Denver’s Union Square as inspiration for the type of tenants that would best fit the revised Gateway and have been working with their company’s Denver affiliate to find potential tenants. The team is in talks with several popular Denver nightlife destinations that are planning to expand to Gateway and would occupy spaces around the Olympic Fountain...



Partial aeriel view of The Gateway. Image courtesy Vestar.

...Both men promise some big tenant announcements to be made this year as interest in The Gateway grows. Some new tenants will include a 25,000 square-foot coworking space, a food hall with around 10 kiosks, several small tech companies and nightlight options not typical to the region. Additionally, a four-star boutique hotel will occupy the former Union Pacific Train Depot building with additional rooms to be constructed to the west of the historic structure. “Everyone wants to see The Gateway succeed,” said Pendleton...


The Olympic Fountain at The Gateway. Image courtesy Vestar.

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Downtown Update - Nonprofit seeks to add more affordable housing near downtown


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/non...near-downtown/

...On Tuesday, council and Housing and Neighborhood Development staff will brief the council on a Housing Trust Fund loan request from First Step House, a nonprofit that focuses on mental health, recovery treatment and housing for veterans and low-income individuals. First Step House is requesting a loan of $402,250 for land acquisition of a two-story vacant commercial structure directly north of their facility that treats and houses veterans on the 400 south block of 500 East.

The nonprofit plans redevelop the 0.2-acre site into a 40-unit affordable housing project. The units would be reserved for residents earning less than 30 percent the Area Median Income (AMI). The project would be the third phase of the First Step’s 500 East campus that when built out will add 115 affordable units to the market...



Conceptual rendering of the proposed second phase in the First Step House campus. The two-story office building pictured on the right is the site of the project’s proposed third phase. The completed first phase building is pictured to the left. Image courtesy First Step House.

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