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Metro East Development Updates - Park City

Under Construction - 'Lift Park City' coming to Canyons Village



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LIFT PARK CITY
With a new gondola connecting the Park City and Canyons ski areas, Park City Mountain becomes the largest ski resort in the US. At its base, Canyons Village is being transformed into a vibrant pedestrian neighborhood of new shops,
restaurants, and gathering places. And at the heart of this expanded village is Lift: an intimate collection of modern residences adjacent to the Sunrise chairlift, steps from intriguing boutiques and sunny après patios, with a one-of-a-kind
pool deck overlooking Retreat ski-home trail.

The Park City experience starts at Canyons Village, which is being transformed into a vibrant four-season center for recreation, celebration, and exploration. Lift is at the heart of the new village and adjacent to a future high-speed chairlift
that gives you quick access to fresh powder. Ski straight to your pool deck’s fire pits and hot tubs, then walk over to the vibrant restaurants, shops, and après-ski scene that are the pulse of Canyons Village. Developed by the world-renowned
team that played a key role in the creation of resort villages at Whistler, Mammoth, and Copper Mountain, Lift is every inch a place to call home.
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New Concept 'YotelPAD coming to Park City, Canyons Village



Pendry Residences Park City Announced - New Canyons Village condominiums will be under Montage’s Pendry Hotels


Caroylyn Weber Alder - The Park Record -
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The recently announced Pendry Residences Park City is expected to be completed at the Canyons Village in 2021.

Montage International is bringing another resort to Park City.

Pendry Residences Park City, a luxury condominium development, is set to go up at the base of the Canyons Village side of Park City Mountain Resort. Construction is set to start in the summer with a completion goal of winter 2021.
Buyers are expected to start reserving rooms in February.

The condominiums will be managed under Montage International's new Pendry brand, which has locations in San Diego and Baltimore. The developer for the project, Brian Shirken, is president of the national real estate development and
investment company Columbus Pacific, which has worked on such Park City projects as the highly debated commercial and event space on Main Street at the former site of the Kimball Arts Center and Apex Residences in Canyons Village.
Montage International also owns and operates Montage Deer Valley.

Pendry Residences is expected to cover 200,000 square feet in the center of Canyons Village, wedged between the Hyatt Centric Park City, Sunrise Lodge by Hilton Grand Vacations and Sundial Lodge. There is expected to be 40,000 square
feet of retail space on the plaza level. The lot is currently used as a parking lot...

...The development is set to include 150 condominium units, which range from studios to four-bedroom penthouses, Shirken said. He expects that the majority of the owners — who will likely be second-home owners — will be placing their units
into the rental pool, which Pendry will help manage.

Pendry Residences are also set to have five restaurants, multiple retail shops, a rooftop pool, a spa, a kid's club, a recreation room and some bars, including one in a yurt. A large convention space will be available for conferences. Shirken hopes
the amenities attract visitors from neighboring hotels as well as locals.

"We're trying to create a variety of retailers and restaurants that will be exciting and interesting for the residents of Park City," he said.






Wasatch County approves major development tied to Deer Valley
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Wasatch County leaders recently approved plans for a major development envisioned to someday become an eastern portal of Deer Valley Resort, a project seen as a possibility for decades and one that, in sheer numbers, is audacious even
in an area where the resort industry continues to boom.

The Wasatch County Council in late August approved an overall plan for the land known as Mayflower. The 940 acres are located on the Deer Valley side of U.S. 40 south of the Mayflower exit, stretching from close to the Jordanelle Reservoir
to the slopes. Significant development has long been contemplated at the location, but the prospects became more likely with the 2017 sale of the land to a New York City firm called Extell Development Company. Two firms under the corporate
umbrella of Netherlands-based Stichting Mayflower sold the land.


The Wasatch County approval involved:

• 1,498 equivalent residential units, allowing a mixture of houses, hotel rooms and condominiums. The precise breakdown will not be known until detailed plans are presented.

• 410 hotel units

• a hotel that will be developed for the benefit of members of the military

• 250,000 square feet of commercial or retail space

• a 68,000-square-foot recreation center

• 95,000 square feet of housing for the workforce

The project also calls for an expansion of Deer Valley skiing infrastructure. The resort says six new lifts are planned as part of the project, which is anticipated to expand the skiing terrain by approximately 900 acres. The terrain is expected
to include upward of 200 acres of runs with the remainder planned as glade skiing.

Wasatch County sees the project, referred to in county planning documents as Mayflower Mountain Resort, as another Deer Valley base area. It is designed as a resort village, the documents say.

"This is the largest project we've had to date and most likely the largest we'll ever have," said Doug Smith, the planning director in Wasatch County.

Smith said it could take up to 40 years for the development to be fully constructed. He said detailed designs will be reviewed later. The design calls for nearly two-thirds of the land to be set aside as open space.

Smith said Mayflower Mountain Resort will be designed to be pedestrian friendly and with transit options. The Planning Commission in Wasatch County spent time on issues like traffic, vehicle access to the location and the idea of
constructing residential units on hillsides, he said. The plans call for a "compact" overall development, he said.

Smith said the project is anticipated to be a "huge economic boom" for Wasatch County. A Wasatch County report recognizes the potential economic impacts.

"The opportunity for summer activities and skiing in the winter is hoped to provide high occupancy rates year round. Not many resort developments offer a 45 minute drive from an international airport with a State park reservoir within close
proximity to the number 1 or 2 ranked ski resort in the country," the report says.

The report outlines that a Resort Village planned in Mayflower Mountain Resort will have a five-star hotel and a four-star hotel as well as a conference center of 40,000 square feet. Development within the Resort Village is designed to be within
a radius of 1,200 feet from the center, the report says, something that Wasatch County says promotes the pedestrian friendliness.

The Resort Village is also designed to have a ski beach, a promenade and an ice-skating rink or another feature that will draw people, according to the report. The report also discusses trail development that could connect Deer Valley, Park City,
the Deer Crest area of Deer Valley and Wasatch Mountain State Park.

The overall Mayflower Mountain Resort involves 3,471 parking spots between surface lots and garages. Of those spots, upward of 1,200 will be designed to serve skiers at the resort for the day.

Developers over time have shifted their attention to the periphery of Park City as the number of significant parcels of land within the city dwindled. Outlying acreage in Summit County and Wasatch County has been of interest for more than a
decade as developers sought locations close to the mountain resorts. It is rare, though, for a tract of land to enjoy a location like Mayflower Mountain Resort.

Deer Valley Resort President and Chief Operating Officer Bob Wheaton praised the efforts, saying the project is well planned and the developer is "top notch." He said the Jordanelle Express Gondola, located on the Wasatch County side of the
resort, is successful and the skiing infrastructure planned as part of Mayflower would "certainly enhance that." Wheaton also said a project could cut traffic headed into Park City by providing an alternative access to the resort.



Quarry Village businesses say the area is thriving


Carolyn Webber Alder - Park Record - https://www.parkrecord.com/news/busi...a-is-thriving/

In a town growing in population, expansion is inevitable. Commercial and residential developments are spreading further and further from the center of Park City, and businesses on the periphery are benefiting from the boom.

One area experiencing the growth firsthand is Quarry Village, where housing units are springing up and several businesses are discovering the location as the perfect compromise of proximity between the Wasatch Front and the Park City core.

"The best part of Quarry Village is that it is 20 minutes to Salt Lake, and 15 to 20 minutes to Main Street," said David Nadler, director of Cushman and Wakefield, which owns the majority of the commercial space in the area.

Residents living in Pinebrook and Jeremy Ranch can avoid traffic in Kimball Junction or Main Street and get what they need close to home...

..."I think one of the biggest drivers for the success of that corridor is just getting Salt Lake employees to work there," he said. "That has been a huge factor for a lot of the companies looking to locate here right now whose employees can't necessarily afford a lot of the places to rent in Park City."

Melissa Garland, owner of Tadasana Yoga in Quarry Village, said several of her yoga instructors drive up from the Salt Lake area, and cutting off even 15 minutes makes a difference when recruiting employees...



By Tanzi Propst - Park Record

...Anker said BEPC Holdings, LLC has entitlements for another 47,000 square feet of development, which it plans to use to construct four commercial lots. The majority of the lots are expected to be filled with office space.

Then there is the new residential area currently under development. Quarry Springs, as it is called, is expected to include 68 condos in townhouse-style units....The international bicycling company Mavic moved its headquarters from Ogden to Park City this summer. After undergoing some renovations, it plans to have its grand opening in the spring.

Isaac Wilson, general manager of Mavic for North America, said Quarry Village's location near the interstate and the mountains made it the perfect spot. He is eager to see how it continues to grow.

"I don't know what it could be or would be," he said, "but for us it is ideal."

Nadler and Anker said they would both love to see a few more restaurants and other popular businesses open in the area. But with the sprawling growth, they expect the area to continue to thrive.





Park City/Deer Valley - 14 Million Dollar Updo for Stein Ericksen Lodge


Carolyn Webber Alder - The Park Record - https://www.parkrecord.com/news/stei...ct-new-guests/

Owners of the Stein Eriksen Lodge are proud of its heritage as one of the oldest lodges in Park City, but they also know that all those years require maintenance. The lodge is currently undergoing a $14 million expansion that includes a new pool, outdoor deck, entertainment room and coffee bar. The renovations, which began in June of 2017, are expected to be completed by mid-September.
Jessica Turner, marketing manager of the Stein Collection, said that the update is meant to help the lodge remain "relevant and current" and attract a younger generation of visitors.
The 3,500-square-foot entertainment room, titled Champions Club, includes arcade games and a restaurant, so guests will be able to participate in different activities than what has typically been offered. The theater room, which is now open, will show sports events and family movies on weekend evenings.
"We typically look at what is going to be captivating and keep people on property and provide a new amenity that they would go off property for," she said.
An outdoor family pool is also being added to the lodge, in addition to an outdoor plaza with fire pits. Immediately above the plaza, the upper deck was expanded to allow for more outdoor seating. Wood floors were replaced on the deck as well.
Guests will also be able to easily access the new ski-in, ski-out coffee shop called First Tracks Kaffe, which is located near the former owner's entrance. Stein Eriksen Sport and the ski locker rooms expanded by about 400 square feet.



Construction is underway at the Stein Eriksen Lodge. A new family pool and outdoor deck are part of the $14 million expansion. By Tanzy Propst

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Park City, Park East II - Multi-use developments allow opportunity for businesses

The Park Record - Carolyn Webber - May 7, 2018 https://www.parkrecord.com/news/busi...or-businesses/

...Park City Brewery and several other businesses are filling spots in Park East II, a new multi-use development that can be used as living, commercial or retail space, said Derek Erickson, the developer of the units. The first of the 48 anticipated units are under construction and expected to be completed in the fall. It is located on the east side of U.S. 40 at 4554 North Forest Dale Road.

The units are zoned for service commercial, which allows Erickson to cater to multiple individuals and organizations. So far, there will be a software business, a construction company and a car and motorcycle collector to accompany the brewery.

"It has really run the gamut," Erickson said.

The units have a footprint of 1,800 square feet and can be anywhere from one to three levels in height. Those who purchase a unit must buy it in its entirety.

Jared Higgins, a general contractor at the construction company I-Build Utah, plans to use his unit for a warehouse, offices and a little apartment above.

The zoning classification allows for an "accessory dwelling," Erickson said. Business owners or employees can live in the space, but the living area must remain under 1,000 square feet in size...



The Park East II development is currently under construction in Quinn's Junction. When completed, the space will be used for commercial, retail and residential use.


The interior of the units at Park East II. They have a footprint of 1,800 square feet.




Park City, Marketplace Commons - New mixed-use development proposed near U.S. 40 and Silver Summit


Park Record - Angelique McNaughton - May 7, 2018 - https://www.parkrecord.com/news/summ...silver-summit/

...Summit County's newest proposed mixed-use development would be located at the Silver Summit roundabout, where Silver Creek drive and Old Highway 40 intersect. The development would be comprised of two sites: 15 acres at the corner of the Home Depot roundabout and about 4 acres at the junction of Promontory Road and Silver Creek Drive, according to the application Marketplace at Silver Creek LLC submitted to the Planning Department on March 13.

Marketplace Commons would include 178 residential units and 98,000 square feet of potential restaurant, retail, office and live/work spaces. The area would be anchored by a 62,000-square-foot grocery store that could be built in two phases.

The developers are proposing a brew pub, micro hotel, retail complex and drug store, according to Henry Sigg, a principal with Marketplace at Silver Creek LLC. A parking garage with up to 500 spaces, as well as a natural amphitheater and stage area, are also proposed at the site.

"The timing is so perfect for this," Sigg said. "Another market in that location will ease a lot of pressure and provide a lot of need, and create a tremendous sense of community gathering at this location in relation to the new preserve site and retail uses we are proposing there."



A rendering shows what the Marketplace Commons development would look like if it is approved for the corner near the intersection of Silver Creek Drive and U.S. 40.
The plans show the project would include a grocery store, micro hotel and amphitheater.

As part of the project, the developers are seeking to increase height allowances for the acceptance of transfer density housing units currently owned by the county

"As the developer, our opinion and, we feel that the consensus of the community, would be that the Silver Summit area is underserviced for the residents," Sigg said. "With the onset of the Silver Creek Village Center and some of the stuff going on out there, our vision for the property is to create a mixed-use development with retail and housing that provides critically needed services to that side of the Basin."

Sigg said the goal is to provide these services in an area that can draw traffic away from Kimball Junction...




Park City, Summit County’s construction boom continues in the Snyderville Basin


Park Record - Angelique McNaughton - May 7, 2018 - https://www.parkrecord.com/news/summ...erville-basin/

Summit County planners are gearing up for what is anticipated to be a hectic construction season this year with several projects, including some that will produce affordable housing, expected to break ground throughout the Snyderville Basin, according to Pat Putt, Summit County community development director.

If 2017 was the year for granting development permits, this year planners are preparing for that to turn into projects that will be constructed, Putt said, adding that the building season has already started in earnest...

...Several projects are already underway in the Basin and at the Canyons Village at Park City Mountain Resort, including Quarry Springs at the entrance of the Pinebrook neighborhood and Lift, a 61-unit project adjacent to the Sunrise Lift at the Canyons Village.

Construction is expected to commence on at least four more projects at the Canyons over the next couple of months. The construction is spurred by the Summit County Council's 2017 approval of the new Canyons Village Master Plan.

The plan allows for the reconfiguration of approximately 2.3 million square feet of development in the upper and lower village. The change in layout of the base area will include more hotels, a parking garage, work force housing and additional amenities for guests.



The projects will produce:

• 42 multi-family units at the base area

• A 144-unit micro-hotel in the upper villagedetails below)

• A multi-family project with a 48,000-square-foot footprint on Frostwood Drive

• 30 units on White Pine Canyon Road



Construction crews continued work on Friday at Quarry Springs, a project that is expected to produce 68 units at the entrance of the Pinebrook neighborhood. Building season has commenced in Summit County, with ground expected to break on nearly 10 projects.

Putt said it is feasible that the Canyons Village Management Association will also submit a plan to meet the affordable housing requirement now that the housing agreements have been worked out. The Canyons Village Management Association is required to provide housing for 1,100 employees.

"It's very possible we will see them submit their affordable housing project for a review and a development permit," he said. "If all the planets lined up and that got through, it is highly possible that we could see some of the work down on the parking lots for their employee housing."

Other projects that will produce affordable housing include Discovery Core, approved for the area just south of Kilby Road and the Weilenmann School of Discovery, and Silver Creek Village Center, a 240-acre residential and commercial town center slated southeast of the Interstate 80 and U.S. 40 interchange. Discovery Core will provide 97 units, with 30 earmarked as affordable. It has been already been approved.

Mountainlands Community Housing Trust is expected to begin building 95 affordable units within the Silver Creek Village Center. Mountainlands Community Housing Trust is a nonprofit organization advocating for affordable housing in Summit and Wasatch counties. But, the organization is still working its way through the development and entitlement process.

"If all goes according to plan, 150 affordable units will be under construction this year," Putt said. "Many would argue that is not enough, but at least it is moving the needle in the right direction. We are optimistic that there will be more to come."

Putt highlighted three other projects that could commence this season as well: Woodward Park City, an action sports camp slated for the hillside adjacent to Gorgoza Park; Bitner Station, a 78-unit project, with 31 affordable units, proposed for the area northwest of Bitner Road in the Basin; and the Preserve at Newpark, an eight-unit condominium project approved for the lot in front of Maxwell's East Coast Eatery.

"Another project that is waiting in the wings to happen is the housing for the Utah Olympic Park," Putt said. "I think we will see some applications, and they may want to start moving forward with at least the design and entitlements. I think they are anxious to get going."

Putt acknowledged a significant amount of development will be taking place over the next year. However, he stressed that it is "happening in the right areas." He said the county's plan for growth is predicated on the idea that it will be centralized in specific neighborhoods.

"We have to be a bit smarter and more strategic in how we direct those uses," he said. "We subscribe to the basic planning idea that the more we can mix uses and density wisely and in the right areas means we can help reduce the trips out of these areas and aren't impacting people who live in the other existing neighborhoods."

Canyons Village redevelopment underway

Replay Resorts, the master developer of the Canyons Village at Park City Mountain Resort, recently announced the second project it will construct as part of the village's reconfiguration.

Last week, more than 50 people attended a private event at Canyons Village to learn more about the Yotelpad, a 144-unit project situated in the upper village. Todd Burnette, an independent consultant with Replay Resorts, said the project fits in with the reconfiguration because it will "encourage more people to stay at Canyons Village, filling the restaurants and shops."

"It helps create that après skiing experience," he said. "One thing that we have heard a lot of is that there is not really any après skiing experience. Yes, there is Main Street, but there is no real ski village where at the end of the day it's a party. That's not for everybody, but this helps create that space where there are more people."...



Replay Resorts will begin constructing its second project -Yotelpad- as part of the reconfiguration of the Canyons Village at Park City Mountain Resort in the summer. The 144-unit condominium project will be located in the upper village.

The condominiums will range in size between 340 square feet and 1,000 square feet, with the units starting at $275,000.

The fully furnished units are designed to be "small and compact," with extensive amenities, such as outdoor pools, fitness and game rooms, and communal spaces, Burnette said. Each unit will be equipped with bathrooms and kitchenettes.

"When we started this, we were trying to determine what could be unique for the market and in Park City," he said. "We noticed it is becoming increasingly difficult to buy in Los Angeles, New York and Vancouver, so what is happening in those markets is the apartments and condos are going smaller and having more amenities."...



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Metro East Contd. - Park City Updates - The Lodge At Blue Sky Ranch


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ajc architects has been selected to design multiple high-end resort facilities for Blue Sky’s 3,500-acre ranch located 10-minutes east of Park City, UT. This gated ranch setting, nestled in the hills of Summit County will eventually be
home to multiple guest and recreation facilities, including a conference center, a main guest lodge, fitness and business centers, formal and casual restaurants, a bakery, individual guest quarters, a fitness/wellness center and spa,
meditation area, and a state-of-the-art distillery. Blue Sky’s pastoral ranch setting will incorporate a materials and color palette that maintains the area’s setting and historic legacy.





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Metro East - Olympic Legacy Foundation Announces Three Multi-Million Dollar Projects


By Angelique McNaughten - The Park Record - https://www.parkrecord.com/news/summ...lion-projects/

...The Olympic Legacy Foundation requested the county serve as a conduit for a $19.5 million tax-free municipal bond to finance infrastructure projects in Summit and Salt Lake counties. The foundation is a nonprofit organization responsible for operating the Utah Olympic Park, Soldier Hollow and the Utah Olympic Oval.

Hilton said the main project that would be financed under the bond would be the construction of a four-story, 72-unit athlete and work force housing building. The $13.2 million project would serve local and visiting athletes, as well as portions of Utah Olympic Park's work force.

The employee housing would be constructed on land the foundation already owns within Utah Olympic Park. Construction is slated to begin in the spring and is expected to be complete in the summer of 2019...



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I just drove by Harmon's on 100 S. and I noticed in the lot directly east there are about a dozen new wood structures lined up. To me they look like they might be assembled together to create the covered pedestrian sidewalk that are temporarily used at construction sites.

Does anyone know what these are? Could it mean Tower 8 is getting close to groundbreaking?

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Townhome project underway on North Temple


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/tow...-north-temple/

...since the 1940 W North Temple TRAX Station opened in 2013, a growing residential node has developed in the area and continues to grow. Construction is underway on the Lotus Townhomes, a 28-unit townhome development directly north of the TRAX station on North Temple.

The project is by the same developer and architect, Lotus Equities and Tuttle and Associates, of the Prana Townhomes and Blue Koi Apartments. Those previous projects, in the Central Ninth and Sugar House Neighborhoods respectively, both consist of 21 rental units. The Lotus Townhomes will slightly larger with 28 units but like the other two projects, the townhomes will be rentals.

The Lotus Townhomes will consist of three, three-story buildings. The largest of the buildings have 10 units and will front North Temple. The other two buildings will front shared landscaped walkway and will have nine units each. Each building’s end unit will front 1950 West street.

Each townhome unit will consist of a groundfloor garage below two floors of living space. The garages will be accessed via a small private street that will wrap around the two nine-unit buildings.

A landscaped buffer will separate the project from the adjacent Sky Harbor Apartments to the east, a surface parking lot to the north and the public street to the west...



South elevation renderings for the Lotus Townhomes. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.

...Now that the Lotus Townhomes are underway, there are four projects with a combined 609 units that are either actively under construction or recently-completed within two blocks of the 1940 W TRAX Station. Another 247 units are planned for the area as part of the West Station Apartments’ third phase. The developers of the West Station project are currently going through the TSA review process...


Fall of 2018 - Construction has started on the Lotus Townhomes on North Temple. The recently-completed Meridian Apartments can be since in the distance. Photo by Isaac Riddle.


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North Temple’s west end housing node continues its expansion


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Three large projects with a combined 581 new apartment units have just been completed or are nearing completion in the North Temple west end housing node just west of Redwood Road. Those projects, the North Temple Flats, Meridian and District North (West Station phase two) Apartments include a mix of market rate and affordable housing units.

The bustling neighborhood is still growing, construction has started on the 28-unit Lotus Townhomes, directly north of the 1940 West North Temple TRAX Station. In addition, 247 more units are planned for Phase Three of the West Station apartment development northeast of Sutherlands Lumber, which would bring the number of new units in the area to 856...


North Temple Flats

The 168-unit, project replaced a small mobile home community and the Sleep Cheap Motel


The North Temple Flats, are part of the housing node developing at the west end of North Temple between Redwood Road and I-215. Photo by Mike Fife.


The west side of the North Temple Flats. Photo by Mike Fife.


The Meridian Apartments

A former vacant business center is now the 265-unit Meridian apartments at 30 Orange Street. The project sits just south of North Temple and a block west of Redwood Road. The two-building, four-story project surrounds a clubhouse...


The Meridian apartments as seen looking west along North Temple and the TRAX line. The North Temple Flats are in the distance just before the I-215 overpass. Photo by Mike Fife.


The northwest corner of the Meridian apartments as seen looking south across North Temple at Orange Street. Photo by Mike Fife.


West Station Apartments

A block north of North Temple and just west of Redwood Road is the 293-unit District North Apartments. The project is the second of three phases of the West Station Apartments development. The just completed Phase Two of the project is called the District North Apartments. Although the second phase just finished, the developers are moving forward with the third phase. As currently proposed, the third phase is expected to contain 247 additional units and include some ground floor retail and tenant related amenities...


Conceptual rendering of the east face of West Station Apartments third phase along Redwood Road. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents



The west facade of the West Station Apartments phase one, as seen looking north from the Sutherlands Lumber parking lots. Photo by Mike Fife.

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Downtown - Historic Union Pacific Depot to become luxury hotel


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Vestar, the owner of The Gateway, is ready to move forward with the next step in the former mall’s evolution to a lifestyle, arts and entertainment center. The Arizona-based company has submitted planning documents for their proposed Union Pacific Hotel, an eight-story hotel that will wrap around the west face of the historic Union Pacific Depot.

Vestar is collaborating with another Arizona-based company, the Athens Group. According to their website, the Athens Group specializes in building luxury hotels, including the Montage Deer Valley in Park City...



The east face of the proposed Union Pacific Hotel as designed by architects, HKS Inc. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.


...As currently proposed, the project will include the renovation of the Union Pacific Depot and eight floors of new construction directly west of the Depot. The project will add around 225 guest rooms, 26 suites, a coffee shop and over 6,700 square feet of restaurant space to The Gateway.

The exterior of three-story Union Pacific Depot will remain mostly unchanged. The ground floor fronting 400 West will include the hotel reception, a lobby bar and the building’s two east-facing entryways. The iconic Grand Train Hall will be preserved with the building’s south wing (formerly the home of Urban Outfitters) will be converted into a restaurant.

The depot’s second and third floors will include administrative offices, guest rooms and suites. A boardroom and specialty bar will occupy the space above the reception and lobby bar on the second floor.


Rendering of the proposed courtyard in Union Pacific Hotel as designed by architects, HKS Inc. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.

The new construction portion will contain the bulk of the hotel’s guest rooms on floors two to eight. The ground floor will include meeting space, a junior ballroom and a fitness center. The building will have a c-type curvature that will allow for an open courtyard to separate the new building from the historic depot building. A coffee shop will front the courtyard and connect to the depot building. The courtyard will also open directly to the Olympic Fountain Plaza and The Gateway with a portion of the first floor opened up below a seven-story bridge that will house each floors’ suites...



Rendering of the interior of the Union Pacific Hotel. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.

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Downtown Update - The Exchange



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Demolition has started on The Exchange site, across from the library.
...The Exchange is a joint venture between Giv Development, a local development firm, and Domain Properties, a New York based real estate firm. Both organizations focus on building and enhancing the surrounding community, in addition to the physical development. It was designed by KTGY Architecture + Planning. As part of the City's Civic Campus, this mixed-use development will sit just east of the Salt Lake City Public Library. The Exchange is planned to include 216 market-rate and 196 affordable residential units, which will add much needed density to the area. The number of units will total 412 units. Current plans have more than 20,000 square feet of street-front retail space. This ground floor space will be anchored by an international food hall and marketplace in partnership with the International Rescue Committee’s Spice Kitchen business incubator program. Other notable features of the development will include “The Shop at Salt Lake City”, Domain’s innovative co-working and business accelerator platform. The 30,000-square foot space will offer amenities and programming aimed at stimulating entrepreneurship, small business development, and community engagement. The proposal highlights the use of art and green space and commitment to energy efficiency and will be a great addition to the Civic Campus.


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Great to see that particular project on its way, especially now that the old failed project has been demolished and cleaned up. I'm excited to see what State Street is going to look like in another twenty years, or even ten years for that matter. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that we'll see Bus Rapid Transit on State in the not too distant future. Every time I drive down Wilshire Blvd. here in L.A., which is almost every day, I think of State St., and how much potential it has.
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Update, Central Ninth/Granary District


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/cit...-developments/

Two Central Ninth/Granary area projects are moving forward with financial assistance from the Redevelopment Agency of Salt Lake City (RDA). On Tuesday, August 21 the Salt Lake City Council, acting as the RDA Board of Directors, approved requested two land discounts that will allow both projects to move forward.

The projects, as currently proposed will bring more jobs and affordable housing to the neighborhood and consist of the proposed headquarters for local nonprofit, The Bicycle Collective and the proposed mixed-use second phase of the Central Ninth Market. In both instances, city council members approved discounting 100 percent of the land value.

Central Ninth mainstays, Atlas Architects designed both projects and is the co-developer of the Central Market’s second phase.

“I think this is a great project and I’m happy to see the second phase coming to fruition,” said Councilmember Erin Mendenhall. “The applicants here, know this neighborhood better than anybody.”



The Bicycle Collective Building


The Bicycle Collective plans to build a two-story, new 15,000-square-foot multi-purpose center at the southeast corner of 900 South and Gale Street between 300 and 400 West. Bicycle Collective staff expect the project to cost $3.5 million. The multi-use building will include a retail center, bicycle repair shop and classroom space.

The Bicycle Collective distributes refurbished bicycles and provides educational programming to youth, refugee and low-income communities through community and skills-building...



Rendering of the proposed Bicycle Collective building in the Granary District. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.



Central Ninth Market


The Central Market’s second phase was originally going to consist of four, for-sale townhomes. The project will now consist of 4,150 square feet of ground-floor commercial space below six, second-story residential units and 12 to 14 surface parking stalls directly south of the Central Ninth Market at the 100 West block of 900 South. The city estimates the parcels’ land value at $385,000.

According to Jesse Hulse of Atlas Architects, the units are intended to be workforce housing for residents that want to live and work in the Central Ninth Neighborhood. At least half of the units will be reserved for residents earning at least 60 percent Area Median Income (AMI). Under the terms of the land write-off, the affordable units will need to remain affordable units for at least 30 years after construction is complete...



Rendering of the previous proposal for the Central Ninth Market’s second phase as pictured from Jefferson Street. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.

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Update, Maven District


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The 900 South corridor continues its evolution as one of the city’s most vibrant east-to-west corridors. Not only will much of the street get a new urban trail and design, but the vibrancy of the street’s three key activity nodes: 9th and 9th, Liberty Park and Central Ninth is outwardly expanding as new nodes are emerging.

One such emerging node is the Maven District, a lifestyle and wellness district between State Street and 200 East. The Maven’s developers, Production Realty and Investments Inc, will soon start construction on the Maven’s next phase, the Maven Townhomes, a proposed 25-unit residential development.

The townhomes will be rentals and will replace the former Arctic Circle hamburger joint at the northwest corner of the 900 South and Edison Street, directly east of the five buildings that currently make up the district.

The project will consist of three, three-story buildings on 0.59 acres. The units will be between 1300 and 1500 square feet and will each have two bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms with two floors of living space above a two-car garage, entryway and utility room.

Nine units will front 900 South, the remaining 16 units will occupy two buildings to the north that will share a public walkway that connects to Edison Street. All three buildings will have second-floor balconies that will overlook either 900 South or the proposed walkway...



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Update, Guadalupe District


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With a bevy of new developments to the south and the east, the historic Guadalupe, one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods, is poised for its own revival. Despite its proximity to downtown, the neighborhood has suffered decades of neglect as a freeway, multiple rail lines and two viaducts have isolated it from the surrounding neighborhoods.

But developers are beginning to see the neighborhood’s potential, including prolific missing middle developer, TAG SLC. The developer plans to build the Guadalupe Rowhouses, a 13-unit rowhome development proposed for the 500 West block of 500 North.

The Guadalupe Rowhouses will replace two residential homes on 0.59 acres. The project consists of 13 units in two, two-story buildings. Each home will have a two car garage, kitchen, living and dining area at the ground level and bedrooms on the second level. The homes will be a mix of two and three-bedroom units, with seven two-bedroom and six three-bedroom homes...



Rendering of the Guadalupe Rowhouses. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.


Rendering of the Guadalupe Rowhouses. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.

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Downtown Update - Central East


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Salt Lake City’s 400 South Corridor has long been a critical route connecting downtown to the University of Utah but for decades the area has been dominated by fast food and suburban-style retail. While fast food and surface parking remain, in recent years the busy corridor has added significant new density with more on the way.

Developers Wadsworth Development Group and dbUrban Communities plan to build the Quattro, a proposed seven-story, 95-unit mixed-use development at the northeast corner of the 400 East and 400 South intersection. Developers hope to begin demolition in the next few weeks. The project will replace the former Rent-a-Center and Papa Johns, both of which will be demolished to make way for construction.

Architects, IBI Group designed the project that will consist of a two-story concrete podium below five wood-framed floors. The Quattro will have a mix of studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments the majority of which will be one and two-bedroom units.

The ground floor will house 2,355 square-feet of retail space, a sales office, lobby, mail room, storage area for bicycles and structured parking. The apartment and parking entrances will front 400 East, while the retail portion will front 400 South.

Floors two to seven will house the residential units and residential amenities that will include two fitness areas, two hot tubs, a fire pit, lockable storage units and a clubroom. The project will also include two amenity decks, one at the third level that will overlook 400 East and one on the seventh floor that will overlook both 400 South and 400 East. The seventh-floor deck will be partially covered and will include the hot tubs, fire pit and seating area.

The developers also plan to convert a small, one-story building directly east of the site of the new construction building into a Starbucks...



Rendering of the Quattro as designed by IBI Group. Photo courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.

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Downtown/South Temple Update - The Hardison


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Dirt is finally moving at the site of the future Hardison apartments. Preliminary construction began last week on the seven-story, 138-unit residential development. The has project spent nearly three years in development and went before Salt Lake’s Historic Landmark Commission five times before moving forward with its current design.

The Hardison, by Garbett Homes, replaces a long-vacant lot at the southwest corner of the South Temple and 500 East intersection. The project will consist of five wood-framed floors above a two-story concrete podium. Crews appear to have begun digging for the podium and utility infrastructure.

The residential apartments will have a unit mix of 29 studios, 66 one-bedroom and 40 two-bedroom apartments. The project will also include three live/work units that will be large enough to accommodate commercial uses at 3,877 square feet each. In addition to the live/work units, the ground floor will also house the fitness center, residential lobby and leasing office.

The wood-framed residential levels will wrap around two courtyards at the podium level with one above the main entrance fronting South Temple and the at the south face of the building. Both courtyards will have outdoor seating and gathering space. The south face of the seventh floor will also have outdoor seating overlooking the city...



The northeast corner of the Hardison Apartments. Image courtesy Salt Lake City planning documents.


Crews excavate soil at the site of the future Hardison apartments. Photo by Isaac Riddle.


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