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Salt Lake City's Urban Resorts - Deer Valley - The Lodges - Newly Completed





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Old Posted Feb 20, 2008, 3:31 AM
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I absolutely love the Boston Building! Thats great that they are going to renovate the building. I really like the plaza that is between the two buildings as well.
Me too Steve, I dream of some day building something in that same style. I love buildings like the library, but also want to see some more of the Boston style architecture in different areas of downtown.

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Downtown Salt Lake City, by SLC Projects

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More Cranes!



Behold, The CRANE in all it's glory.












Not sure what crews are doing here. This is at the base of Tower one.










Underground parking starting to take shape.



Soon to be Food Court.



What is this?..Another Crane?




All the Cranes in a single photo. How cool is that?



Ummmm, Looks like Part of the building fell ontop of the wooden sidewalk. Hope no one got hurt.




Looks like as of now we have Three Tall cranes added to our skyline in the past Two weeks. One at Tower 1, The other at the base of Key Bank and the third at 222 South Main.

Holy cow guys. There's sooooo much going on downtown right now. This truly is the year of the cranes.



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222 South Main.

Breaking News!!!

Base of a Crane at 222 South Main!!!



This is it guys. I went by the site today and as viperlord was saying the hole is twice as big and there's alot a base of a crane. check these out...







Well, well what do we have here.






Maybe some of you guys remember about two years ago when we played a game on here guessing on the color of the 222 South Main crane. It looks to be gray. So who ever guessed gray guessed right. LOL. I guessed blue, so I was wrong.

I bet we will see the crane set up by this time next week. Hell yea two new cranes in two week. We are on a roll here.

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I too find the Boston and the Newhouse buildings to be some of my favorite buildings in the city. I really wish that the design theme of those two buildings could have extended all throughout Exchange Place. I like the SL Athletic Club building (original Vortex) and the Salt Lake Stock Exhchange building but I wish the east end of the block could match the west end.

As for the tower crains, I can't wait to visit again, and then be back for good to witness the craines in person.
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Future Mayor, there's absolutely no reason why people like you and I cannot develop buildings downtown with the same authentic style as the Newhouse and Boston. Speaking for myself, this is my goal.
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Downtown - City Creek Center - New Towers Under Construction

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Downtown - 222 South Main - Cranes begin to rise - Taken Today

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Here are the photos that I took today. Great to see so much activity at the site.







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Salt Lake City's Urban Resorts - Park City/The Canyons

Luxurious Waldorf Astoria Property & Renowned Golden Door Spa coming to Park City

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Park City/The Canyons Dakota Lodge part of Walforf-Astoria Collection

http://www.deseretnews.com/article/1...255270,00.html

Scheduled for a spring 2009 opening, the Dakota Mountain Lodge will consist of 197 guest rooms, ranging in size from stuios to the six-bedroom penthouse. A second phase will add 137 guest rooms in 65 condominium units.

The lodge will include a 20,000-square-foot Golden Door Spa, including 20 treatment rooms, fitness center and a full beauty salon.




Dakota Mountain Lodge

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Downtown - City Creek Center - Taken Yesterday Morning by T-Mac

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Photos that I took today. Sorry that there aren't more but the weather was not very cooperative.









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I'm just been blow away with all that is happening right now in downtown Salt Lake City. With alot of these projects for years it's been talk. But now just this past week or so we have been seeing tower cranes rise from this sites. It's nice to see things finally happening. This is a great time for Salt Lake! Salt Lake's 2nd building boom has began!!! And there
s more to come.
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127-room Hyatt Place hotel coming to Salt Lake

http://www.deseretnews.com/article/1...255376,00.html


Construction on the $20 million, 80,000-square-foot project likely will begin next month and open in spring 2009, Boyer said.


The Boyer Co. also is proposing to build an office building to the southwest of the hotel. The 100,000-square-foot building - the sixth office building at The Gateway - is expected to open in summer 2009.
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Metro - NORTH SALT LAKE - Eaglewood Village - Under Construction

North Salt Lake City bench (Eaglewood Golf Course)

$200 million-plus North Salt Lake conversion of gravel pit gets under way

http://www.deseretnews.com/article/1...233835,00.html

The development is intended to be fully mixed-use, combining 570 living units with restaurants, retail, and office spaces.

http://www.clippertoday.com/default....rtoday&he=.com


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Map of Eaglewood Village, which is designed to allow residents to live, work and shop near their homes with a short trip to Salt Lake. A six-acre park is included.(VCBO Architecture)


Eaglewood Village is a $200 million development that will turn North Salt Lake's former gravel pit into 570 town homes, row homes and condominiums.(VCBO Architecture)

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This might be because I'm biased, but I absolutely love the benches in Bountiful and North Salt Lake. It is such a beautiful location to live, especially in the summer when everything is green. I love hiking up Mueller Park and North canyon. It's just so cool to know you can leave your house and hike or bike clear to a beautiful location with a beautiful view. If any of you want to do a hike in Bountiful, I would recommend going to Elephant Rock up Mueller Park canyon. I love the view from that location. It is fantastic, especially in the fall when the leaves are changing. But make sure you go on a clear, sunny day, not when it is smoggy and ugly.

Anyways, I am excited for this project. It looks really cool and will be a huge improvment to the old gravel pit that is there. It will only add to the beauty of the area.
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I agree Airhero, I love that area, especially the sunsets looking down upon the Great Salt Lake from the benches. I swear, I have never lived in an area that has as many sunsets, one day after another, as the Horizon beyond the Great Salt Lake. I don't know if it's because of the high salt content or what. I use to live up in Oympus Cove before I moved to LA. It seemed like there was hardly ever a day without a beautiful sunset over the Great Salt Lake. I can only imagine what it would be like living on the Bountiful bench.

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Damn, Delts! You have been busy on this thread!
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Wren, I knew a lot of projects had either been recently completed or were under construction in the Metro. But when I started to put together a list, I was kind of shocked at how long the list became. Most of the projects are either quite large or at least significant trend setters. I still have a long ways to go to complete the blurbs on each project that I have on file. It's kind of become my scapper hobby or something, LOL. And then, forumers like Viperlord keep peeling back more and more layers of new projects, not to mention all of the great pic updates by our forumers like T-Mac, Projects, Steve, and others.

Anyway, we still haven't even touched Utah, Davis, Weber,and Wasatch County's yet. If you come across something of interest, especially in the Heber Valley, please post it or call it to my attention with a PM.

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Downtown - West Capital Hill Townhomes - Newly Completed - Sold Out

700 North 300 West - Very urban and contemporary 3 bedroom 2294 sq ft LIVE/WORK townhome development in the highly coveted Marmalade/West Capitol Hill area. Zoned both commercial and residential! Live above and work below-no commute to work! Private outdoor space!







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I really hope that this project and ones like the Marmalade will help this whole side of Capitol Hill. It has a huge potential. Hopefully things like this will spark development in the area and hopefully push out the refineries. Probably wishful thinking though.
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Salt Lake City Metro - Farmington - Station Park - Under Development & Construction



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Station Park will be among a list preeminent lifestyle shopping centers in the Salt Lake City region. The project will consist of approximately eight hundred thousand square feet of retail, entertainment, restaurant, office and hotel space. Station Park will offer the finest tenant mix and the finest presentation to the customer anywhere to be found along the Wasatch Front. Located at the intersection of Interstate 15, Highway 89, the new Legacy Parkway and the new Utah Transit Authority Commuter Rail, Station Park will enjoy the highest daily traffic counts to be found in the State of Utah. At this intersection Station Park will be well positioned to serve some of the strongest household demographics from Salt Lake City to the suburbs to the north.

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