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Salt Lake City & MSA/CSA Rundown



Christmas Aerial at the heart of Downtown

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Downtown Adj. - Update, Salt Lake City Int. Airport

Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/airp...halfway-point/



Isaac Riddle Reports - Construction of the first phase of the new Salt Lake City International Airport has passed the halfway point. The first phase consists of a new consolidated terminal, south concourse, parking garage, gateway welcome center and the recently completed rental car facility...The new airport will have over 70 gates and will be built to LEED Gold standards, making it one of the most energy efficient airports in the country. The new main terminal will be three levels and will be designed to reflect Utah’s geography, with interior and exterior materials intended to resemble the variable terrains that create a sense of place unique to Utah. Included in the main terminal will be an artificial canyon, resembling the canyons of Southern Utah...Besides rising construction costs, the ongoing construction project will require additional workers. According to airport officials, they have employed 700 construction workers so far but will eventually need up to 2,000 workers. Employing that many new workers could prove challenging as the industry is already underemployed...


The northeast corner of the west concourse of the south terminal. Image courtesy the Salt Lake City International Airport.


Rendering of the new terminal. Courtesy of the Salt Lake International Airport staff.


Rendering of the new terminal. Courtesy of the Salt Lake International Airport staff.


Rendering of the new terminal. Courtesy of the Salt Lake International Airport staff.


Rendering Overview. Courtesy of the Salt Lake International Airport staff.

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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.


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

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Despite building boom, rental vacancy at historic low


By Isaac Riddle @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/desp...-historic-low/

...According to a new housing report by Cushman & Wakefield, for the third consecutive year, the Salt Lake Metro’s multifamily housing market is considered fully occupied.said Kip Paul Executive Director, Investment Sales at Cushman & Wakefield’s Salt Lake office. The report authors also note that the metro area’s 2.6 percent rental vacancy rate is the lowest ever reported in the region.

A healthy rental market has a vacancy rate around 5 to 6 percent. This is the sixth consecutive year that the residential vacancy rate has been below 4 percent. Despite the low vacancy rate, the number of multifamily units under construction is the highest it has been in 30 years. The report’s authors argue that new multifamily projects in Salt Lake County are not being built fast enough to keep up with demand and call for slightly higher levels of development to ease tight market conditions...

Construction Updates - Downtown Adj. - Liberty Boulevard



http://www.archnexus.com/

Sept. 10th - Liberty Boulevard (~730 E 400 S):



Pics By Airhero

October 6th - The north side of Liberty BLVD along 400 South. The project is well served by fixed rail transit. Photo by Mike Fife of BuildingSaltLake.com

Pic By Mike Fife


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Construction Update - Downtown - Moda Bonneville


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September 10th

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October 6th

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Construction Update - Downtown - 600 Lofts



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The east side of the 600 Lofts as seen from State Street. The 600 Lofts opened over the summer adding 277 units.
http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/upda...ects-underway/


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September 10th - View from north side

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Construction Update - Downtown - 4th and 4th Apartments



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September 10th - 4th and 4th (400 S 400 E)

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October 6th

Block 44 looking east along 400 South. Photo by Mike Fife.

The southeast corner of Block 44. Photo by Mike Fife.

Pics By Mike Fife - BuildingSaltLake.com

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Construction Update - Downtown - New District Attorney Offices



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September 10th - DA Offices (500 S Main Street):

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Construction Update - Downtown - North 4th Apt's.


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September 10th - North 4th (~340 North 600 West)

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Construction Update - Downtown - Moda Granary Place


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September 10th - 700 S 300 W



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Construction Update - Downtown - Milagro Apartments and AC Hotel



Rendering of the AC Hotel and Peg Apartment development as designed by FFKR Architects. Image courtesy Salt Lake Planning Division.


Rendering of the PEG apartment development as designed by FFKR Architects. Image courtesy Salt Lake Planning Division.

September 10th - Milagro Apartments and AC Hotel (200 West 200 South):

Pic By Airhero


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Construction Update - Downtown - Skyhouse Apts.



Updated rendering of the southeast corner of the Skyhouse Apartments at the intersection of North Temple and 300 West. Image courtesy Architecture Belgique.

September 10th - Skyhouse (300 W North Temple):

Pic By Airhero



Construction Update - Downtown - Hardware West Village & East Village

West Village

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East Village


September 10th - Hardware West Village in the background and East Village in the foreground (300 North 400 West)



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Downtown Update - NBA Arena Redevelopment


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photos from the test run tonight. Looks nice especially considering the short deadline. I'm sure the VIP areas got even more treatment. Hopefully I'll get to walk through those soon.






















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Downtown Update - SLC’S NEWEST JAZZ CLUB, AVANT GROOVE OPENS UP ON PIERPONT

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https://catalystmagazine.net/slcs-ne...pens-pierpont/
http://www.avantgroove.com/

... “I always thought I’d build this place in the Bay area,” says Bay-area native, Vecchi, as we marvel at the high ceilings and luxurious décor of the newly remodeled building on Pierpont Ave, directly behind the Rose Wagner. Vecchi works in tech start-ups and moved to SLC a few years ago. While SLC has many jazz musicians, fans, summertime jazz concerts and SLC Jazz Festival, there is a lack of permanent jazz clubs in downtown SLC. Rather than building Vecchi’s club in the Bay, it became clear to him, Salt Lake is the place (to build a jazz club)...


...Vecchi’s goal is to bring the world’s best jazz musicians to Utah, and recreate the feeling of jazz clubs from the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s. Venues such as Gallivan Center, Red Butte and Deer Valley serve as great outdoor venues for touring jazz bands in the summers, but Vecchi’s wish is to allow local and touring musicians a jazz club for them to play in year-round...


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Central Metro - Early concepts revealed for two Salt Lake City homeless shelters; public forum tonight

By Matthew Piper - Salt Lake Tribune
http://www.sltrib.com/news/politics/...forum-tonight/


An early design concept, produced by Salt Lake City-based ajc architects, for a new homeless shelter at 131 E. 700 South that will serve women.


An early design concept, produced by Salt Lake City-based ajc architects, for a new homeless shelter at 275 W. High Ave. that will serve a combination of men and women.

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Salt Lake City International Airport Updates


October 7th

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This is north end of the new terminal. The big glass wall will be at the right. At the foreground right is where the new east concourse will be built after the old concourse is demolished.
In the second photo they are starting to work on the deck of the elevated roadway.

(edit) When I looked at the full-size (huge) photo, I noticed the big crane they've moved into position on the other side.
Things are definitely going to start happening there.






November 1st


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  • Completed steel erection on South Concourse-West and began framing work to enclose concourse
  • Installed boilers and chillers in the Central Utility Plant
  • Completed concrete pours on second level of the parking garage
  • Surpassed 700 workers on-site



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I hadn't seen these pictures before, from the new slc website:





It's visibly coming together now. You can see the approximate outline of the terminal in red, the elevated roadway in yellow, the parking garage in green, and south concourse west is easily visible:



I'm guessing these pictures are a few weeks old. As of a week and a half ago there was already a significant amount of steel rising for the terminal.
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Airport Updates Contd...Nov. 19th


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A couple of photos I took Sunday (11/19/17).



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Downtown Adj. - Central Ninth Neighborhood - Update, Five Central Ninth projects are nearing completion


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/pic...tinues-part-1/

The 900 South TRAX station is the transportation hub of the Central Ninth. Photo by Mike Fife.

https://i1.wp.com/www.buildingsaltlake.com/


Jefferson Walkway Project
Built by Benchmark Modern, Jefferson Walkway consists of six new detached for sale cottage homes as well as one older house that has been relocated several yards to the south
and will feature a new accessory dwelling unit (ADU) over a garage in the back of the restored home. The development sits neatly in between single-family homes and is directly east
of the 900 South TRAX station. Each two-story home features an outdoor patio. Parking for the cottage homes will be an uncovered space off the north/south alleyway that bisects
the development.


Jefferson Walkway from Jefferson Street looking northwest. Restored home is on the left, new cottage homes on the right. Photo by Mike Fife.


The Jefferson Walkway features a public sidewalk running mid-block between Jefferson Street and 200 West. Photo by Mike Fife.



Ruby Townhomes Project
The Ruby development includes 12 for sale townhomes on the west side of West Temple between 800 and 900 South. The project is by CW Urban and will consist of four buildings,
with garages accessed from the interior of the lot. Three lots were combined for this project, two vacant, and one with an older home which was demolished. Six of the units will front
West Temple and the other six will front the alley running behind the development.


https://c1.staticflickr.com/


The Ruby townhouse development on the 800 south block of West Temple. Photo by Mike Fife.



The Alinea Lofts
A mixed-use development by LandForge Inc., Alinéa Lofts is under construction on the northeast corner of 900 South and 200 West,
north of the Central Ninth Market and just east of the 900 South TRAX station. This project will have 24 for sale units that will be mostly
townhomes with some condo units above groundfloor retail space fronting 900 South.


https://cdn.corecanvas.com/


The Alinéa Lofts under construction at 200 West and 900 South. The Greenprint Apartments can be seen in the back
and are being built across the street on 200 West. Photo by Mike Fife.



The C-9 Row House
While the Central Ninth Market appears to be a finished project, it is actually the first phase of a two-phase development. Atlas Architects plan to build the C9 Row Houses,
a four-unit single-family attached development that will be directly south of Laziz Kitchen and the Central Ninth Market.


https://i0.wp.com/www.buildingsaltlake.com/


The site of the upcoming Central Ninth Row House development. Photo by Mike Fife.


The Central Ninth Market

https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/


The Central Ninth Market along 900 South. Photo by Mike Fife.

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Update - Downtown Adj. - Central Ninth's Evolution Continues, Part II...


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/pic...tinues-part-2/

The Greenprint Apartments
This development is a first for Salt Lake, a micro-unit rental community. The project contains 60 small studio-style units to the west of the 900 South TRAX station and is now leasing. This transit-oriented development has no on-site parking for residents. The project by Ruff Associates, replaces a single family home and a vacant lot and is targeted to people wanting a small living space as apartments will range from 250-350 square feet.

The Greenprint Apartments as seen from the Jefferson Walkway project. Photo by Mike Fife.



Washington Street Townhomes
Built by developer Daniel Jensen, these five rental townhouse units on the east side of the 900 south block of Washington Street are nearing completion.
Jensen is set to begin work shortly on the buildings to the north of this project. He will expand and add a second floor to the existing buildings for a total
of 5 additional units in phase two of this project.


The Washington Street Townhouses are under construction in the 900 south block of Washington St. Photo by Mike Fife.


TAG 945 & 950 Projects

Developers, TAG SLC*, plan to build two four-story apartment buildings on Washington Street. The buildings, TAG 950 and TAG 945, will occupy opposite sides of the street. Both buildings replace single family homes on small lots, 0.18 acres and 0.14 acres respectively.

Construction is expected to start on TAG 945 in the fall and on TAG 950 in 2018. Both buildings will be consist of three floors of residential living space above a ground-floor parking structure.

The TAG 945 building will consist of 12 residential units. Each unit will be around 800 square feet with six one-bed/one-bath units and six two-bed/one-bath units.

TAG 950 will be larger with 18 units that will be a mix of 0ne to three bedroom units. TAG 950 will replace a boarded-up home.



TAG 945

Rendering of TAG 950. Image courtesy TAG SLC.

TAG 950

Rendering of TAG 950. Image courtesy TAG SLC.


200 West Apartments
The 200 West Apartments built by Knowlton General will feature 50 one-bedroom units with a 30-stall parking structure and 20 surface spaces.
The three-story building is less than a block from the 900 South TRAX station and is built right up to the street level.


The 200 West Apartments are on the 900 south block of 200 west just north of the I-15 on/off ramps.


The TenFifteen Apartments
The nearly-completed 1015 Apartments were designed by Tuttle and Associates Architects and contains 54 residential units,
11 of which are reserved for renters earning 50 percent of the area median income (AMI). The four-story building is built right up
to the street level and includes 54 surface parking spaces that wrap around the back and south sides of the structure.


Looking north along 200 West at the TenFifteen Apartments. The TRAX station is just over a block to the north. Photo by Mike Fife.


C-9 Flats
The C9 Flats will consist of two six-story buildings that will be connected by a sky bridge. The project will consist of 97 residentail units.
The project spans the block along Goltz Avenue between Jefferson Street and 200 West. Construction crews are currently working on the parking structure.



Rendering...http://c9flats.com/


https://i2.wp.com/www.buildingsaltlake.com/


Construction on the C9 Flats as seen from Goltz Avenue. Photo by Mike Fife.



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Update - City Central - The Maven District


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/new...ens-900-south/

Nestled halfway between the 9th and 9th and Central 9th neighborhoods, two of the most popular in the city, the 100 East block of 900 South is not an area usually on the radar of developers. But for couple and development team, Tessa Arneson and Tim Watcke, the block has the potential to be another key activity node on 900 South with the development of the Maven District, a newly opened lifestyle and wellness center between Edison Street and 200 East on 900 South.

“We want to almost create a mini 9th and 9th here,” said Arneson...

...The Maven District consists of a combined 25 leasable commercial units in three of the four buildings on the block, two of which were renovations and one, two-story new construction building. The new construction building replaces a vacant parking lot and is the district’s anchor building, consisting of two brands, Maven Strong, a rebranding of 9th and 9th Pilates, and Maven Wellness, a mix of businesses that focus on health and wellness...



The Maven District as seen from the intersection of 900 South and Edison Street. Photo by Isaac Riddle.


The renovated one-story building that includes a barber shop and ice cream parlor. Photo by Isaac Riddle.


The two-story H&R Block building will be renovated to accommodate an additional three tenants. Photo by Isaac Riddle.


Rendering of the exterior facade proposed for the H&R Block building. Image courtesy Tim Watcke.

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Downtown & Central City - The 400 South Corridor continues its evolution


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article and Additional Photos @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/pic...ues-evolution/

Development along the 400 South Corridor in the Central City and East Central neighborhoods continues to evolve with three large complexes in various stages of completion on or close to the TRAX Red Line to the University of Utah. The three projects: Moda Bonneville, Liberty Boulevard and Block 44 add a combined 631 residential units to the corridor.



Moda Bonneville
The Moda Bonneville, opened this summer. The Moda Bonneville, on the 200 South block of 500 East, features 158 units above a parking podium. JF Capital is the developer. Rents start at $1,240/month for a 545 square-foot studio and go up to $1,980 for the largest two-bedroom units which come in at 1,115 square feet. The project is just two blocks north of the TRAX Red Line Trolley Station and is adjacent to several restaurants and eateries on 300 South and 500 East. The Bonneville is also along the high-frequency 205 bus route and is adjacent to the 300 South bike lane and a GREENbike station.

The front of Moda Bonneville which faces 500 East. Photo by Mike Fife.


Moda Bonneville sits on 500 East just north of a row of local businesses, The Other Place Restaurant, Yo Ko Ramen and Dick ‘N Dixie’s bar. Photo by Mike Fife.


Liberty Blvd.
Cowboy Properties continues to be busy developing in the capital city. The prolific developers are building the Liberty Boulevard Apartments on 700 East between 400 and 500 South. The 266-unit project will front all three streets. Along 400 South it’s tucked in between Litza’s Pizza and the Chuck-A-Rama Buffet. On 700 East the project fills in the space between Ruby River Steakhouse and the X Wives Place bar. Drawings indicate a commercial space on 400 South. The project is well situated to transit being within two blocks from the TRAX Red Line Trolley Station and 900 East Station. The project is also kitty-corner to Trolley Square and within easy walking distance to Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, Smiths, Natural Grocers and many restaurants and businesses.

The north side of Liberty BLVD along 400 South. Photo by Mike Fife.


Looking south east from the northwest corner of 700 East and 400 South. Liberty BLVD meanders along the length of the block from 400 South to 500 South. Photo by Mike Fife.


The north side of Liberty BLVD along 400 South. The project is well served by fixed rail transit. Photo by Mike Fife.



Block 44
Coming Spring 2018 is Block 44 by the Wright Development Group, a 210-unit residential development on the 300 East block of 400 South. Initially, plans called for a mixed-use development with groundfloor retail but that was scraped with the new developer. Block 44 will now be all residential, with walkup units ad several residential amenities at the street level. Three five story residential towers will rise over a two-story parking structure that will be wrapped by the ground floor uses. The project’s scale and lack of ground floor retail was a catalyst for the city to pursue revisions to the Transit Area Zone regulations.

The southeast corner of Block 44. Photo by Mike Fife.


Block 44 looking east along the 400 South TRAX line. Photo by Mike Fife.

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