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Building Curb Appeal ~ Downtown Salt Lake City

Rebuilding Place in the Urban Space http://urbanplacesandspaces.blogspot...-think-it.html

Pictured, City Hall @ Washington Square - Richardsonian Architectural Jewel seismically updated and restored.
First of its kind to be retrofitted at the sub-foundation with giant shock absorbers.



Pictured, Recently Revitalized Main Street @ CityCreekCenter - Historic Trolley/Light Rail Transit re-introduced to the center of Historic Main.
Two giant 70's styled enclosed malls on each side of Main were demolished and twenty five acres were day lighted. A multi-billion dollar development, in the style of an
Urban European, mixed-use commercial district was created.



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Recently Resurrected and Day Lighted Richards Street - Formerly, Enclosed 70's Mall - ToursOfUtah.com


Pictured, Salt Lake City Main Library - ToursOfUtah.com

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I'm no longer surprised by the ho-hum designs of some of these motel/hotel chains that get built around the country, and I get the impression the city planners are just so thankful to get the tax revenue, they dare not even criticize the designs, make any design demands, fearful they'll build it elsewhere, or cancel the proposal. I don't know which design is worse, the AC Hotel or the Embassy Suites. I wouldn't stay in either of them, even being free, as I demand a balcony or an aisle balcony, like in some of the older motels.
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I agree Imby, regarding the Embassy Suites and so many of todays hotel chains. Though, I do think the AC Marriott and Accompanying Milagro Apts design
is more specific to it's location, and will translate into an attractive addition for that site.

I think that much of what is built these days is based on ordering materials in bulk, in order to take advantage of cost breaks from the manufacturer, and of course,
the usual economics of branding for franchising purposes. Hotel chain X in St. Louis looks the same as Hotel chain Y in San Diego. Hyatt Place, as with many, seems
to do their expanding in multiples at the same time. Say from New York CSA's to California CSA's, they will suddenly add twelve new locations for the year. All will look exactly
the same in design and massing, often even down to the finish materials such as the dread stucco. The only variation, if any, will sometimes be the color palette chosen.
I have noticed that many Downtown locations will however often use varying finish materials, along with a specific palette of colors. Also in downtowns, if the traffic model
demands a larger property than the suburban model, a much larger and varied design will often be used. City's such as Denver will have a much different design for it's
downtown Hyatt Place vs. say the Hyatt Place in a suburb such as Aurora. Also, the Downtown Denver Hyatt Place will be perhaps significantly different thatnsay the
Hyatt Place in Downtown San Francisco or Seattle.

I understand the corporate reasoning behind the "branding". The multi-national mega brands such as Marriott, will have a long list of varying brands under it's corporate
umbrella. With certain brands such as Courtyard, you will find a repetitive design anywhere and everywhere. However, with it's more upscale brands
such as Ritz Carlton, the designs typically vary from city to city. I can live with the usual number of economy to mid level chain offerings, as long as a city,
particularly downtown, is adding a healthy amount of boutique situations. In Salt Lake City, as with any booming city, one expects the follow up of a spate of mid-level
national chains, However, there has been and continues to be a number of more specialized offerings going up also. From the very large, such as the Ultra Lux "Grand",
to the mid-sized boutique "Monaco". This year "The Regent" is slated to begin construction. It will be an important addition to the CBD, in that it helps to balance out the
national hotel chain franchises that pop up wherever the economy is growing rapidly. I especially like the mode of development where the boutique hotel is mixed with
a number of residential offerings. This type of project seems to be gaining a lot of steam nationally. An example of this would be the Downtown Salt Lake project below.


Downtown - The Regent Hotel - Luxurious Boutique Hotel Coming To The New Regent Street

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I just got some awesome news about the regent street hotel. I emailed the rep from cushman wakefield.
He said there are no funding problems and construction is expected to start in the spring.


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I too have been told that construction should start this spring, the Regent will be a nice addition to the city.


It was predicted by many that with the development of the spectacular multi-billion
dollar City Creek Center, exciting and diverse projects would soon spring
up throughout the Downtown District. A new world class Performing
Arts Center/Theater, 111 Tower and a revived Regent St. continue their
hectic construction schedule to the block immediately south of City Creek.
The excitement continues to build throughout Downtown as dozens of
large and small projects progress through their proposals and
beginning construction phases. Newly announced is this beautiful
boutique hotel tower, which is now accelerating through the approval
process.



Well, it looks like the Regent Hotel is officially set for construction:

New Regent Street Hotel planned for Downtown Salt Lake

Jason Lee, Deseret News
http://www.deseretnews.com/article/8...Salt-Lake.html


Artist rendering of proposed Regent Street Hotel currently under development on 45 E. 200 South in downtown Salt Lake City. The mixed-use, 20-plus story property will include small
retail on the main floor, up to 190 hotel rooms and residential condominiums on the upper floors. The $100 million project is scheduled for completion in spring 2018.
(Cushman & Wakefield Commerce)



A worker in a backhoe levels ground for the new Regent Street Hotel in Salt Lake City, Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2015. (Ravell Call, Deseret News)



The Regent Street Hotel - 45 E 200 S Downtown Salt Lake City

190 hotel rooms and 36 Residential Units with restaurant and lobby 20 story tall with a pavilion for a roof deck.

Record PLNPCM2015-00463:
Planning Commission - Conditional Design Review


https://aca.slcgov.com/Citizen/Cap/C...howInspection=


PROJECT DESCRIPTION
The Regent Street Hotel is a proposed 330 foot tower with 20 full stories topped by a roof deck and lounge. The top of the 20th floor will be 298 feet; the top of the
enclosed portion of the roof deck lounge will be 311.5 feet. The final 18.5 feet is reserved for potential mechanical needs. The program includes 3 stories of public, meeting and amenity space,
40,490 SF in total. Above the public space and amenities are 9 floors of hotel guestrooms, 105,660 SF total, with 190 guestrooms. Above the hotel are 8 levels of condos with 93,920 SF of built
space and 36 dwelling units. The roof deck has 4,000 SF in enclosed space, 6,290 SF in deck and open space, and 1,450 SF in mechanical space. The proposed project has 251,810 SF total
above grade. The project will lease 133 parking stalls from surrounding parking garages for the hotel component. Each dwelling unit will have 1 parking spot on site below grade.








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Downtown Update - Hardware Village


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/pict...node-downtown/

The Hardware Village development is large. With over 900 residential units underway... The project consists of three
residential buildings, the 4th West Apartments, the East and West Village and a proposed commercial building.





















The east façade of the Hardware Village development. Photo by Isaac Riddle.


The Hardware Village development as seen from 500 West. Photo by Isaac Riddle.

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Downtown Update - The The Lofts At 4th West


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/pict...node-downtown/

...The five-story, 497 residential unit, project includes two mixed-use residential buildings and a parking garage. Both mixed-use buildings will be five-stories tall
with retail on the ground floor fronting 400 West. The residential units will be market rate and consist of mostly studios and one and two bedroom apartments with a
limited number of three-bedroom units.The project is a block from the North Temple Trax Station and is directly north of the North Temple Frontrunner station...



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The northeast corner of the 4th West Apartments. Photo by Isaac Riddle.


The southwest corner of the 4th West Apartments. Photo by Isaac Riddle.

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Update, Downtown Adj. - Central Ninth District - Jefferson Walkway Project


Isaac Riddle Reports - Central Ninth offering options for compact living - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/cent...ompact-living/

...The Jefferson Walkway development, an eight-unit project that consists of six, new construction cottage homes, a renovated historic home and an accessory dwelling unit.

The six cottage homes and the accessory dwelling unit are framed out. The cottage homes will front a pedestrian walkway to the south, that will connect Jefferson Street to 200 West. The renovated home was relocated several yards to the south to have it sit just south of the new walkway. The accessory dwelling unit is built above a two-car garage that will be used for the tenants of the renovated home.



Aerial view of Jefferson Walkway project. Image courtesy Salt Lake City Planning Division.


The Jefferson Walkway cottage home development as seen from 200 West. Photo by Isaac Riddle.

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Update, Downtown Adj. - Central Ninth District - Greenprint Apartments Project


Isaac Riddle Reports - Central Ninth offering options for compact living - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/cent...ompact-living/

...The 60 Greenprint units will be between 250 and 350 square feet. The units will be studio apartments and according to a September 2016 interview with the project’s developer, Steve Ruf of Ruf Associates, the apartments will rent between $700 and $800 a month.

The apartments are geared toward car-free Millennials. The Greenprint Apartments will not include off-street parking for residents but will provide eight bicycle stalls per building.



Rendering of Building A of the Greenprint Apartments by Architecture Belgique.


The Greenprint Apartments as seen from 200 West. Photo by Isaac Riddle.

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Update - Downtown Adj.- 9th East Lofts


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/offi...dable-housing/

...The city continues to chip away at a large affordable housing deficit. Today local officials gathered to officially open the city’s newest addition in affordable housing, the 9th East Lofts at Bennion Plaza a 68-unit mixed-use building on the 400 South block of 900 East.

“This is a model for mixed-use affordable housing… and is a dent into the great need that we have for affordable housing,” said Palmer DePaulis, chair of the Housing Authority of Salt Lake City Board of Commissioners.

Like most of the affordable housing in development in the city, the project was strategically placed near transit. The 9th East Lofts are a just a few yards from the 900 East TRAX Station and are directly adjacent to the 209 bus route, a high-frequency bus route that runs every 15 minutes from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m...




The 9th East Lofts as seen from 900 East. Photo by Isaac Riddle.

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New County DA offices in downtown Salt Lake City


Legacy Village nearing completion in Sugarhouse nabe of Salt Lake City


Nearly finished apartments rising along Trax line in central Salt Lake


New apartments rising along Trax line in central Salt Lake


View of Hardware Station development from FrontRunner station downtown Salt Lake city


Last but not least, recently completed 111 S Main office building looking nice in the evening skyline.

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Downtown Update - Vivint Arena Remodeling Project


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SALT LAKE CITY — The $125 million renovation of the Vivint Smart Home Arena will begin on the main plaza and ticket box office lobby
on Monday after the facility serves as the site of the NCAA Tournament’s first and second rounds.

On Monday, fencing will be installed around the northeast corner of the plaza, the main ticket box office will be closed, and work to demolish the concrete bridge in front of Door 5 will begin...

...The majority of the construction will begin at the conclusion of the current Utah Jazz basketball season with anticipated completion by fall 2017...


Rendering, Updated Vivint Arena.

An architectural rendering of the Vivint Smart Home Arena shows the arena from 300 West.
The arena in Salt Lake City will undergo a $125 million renovation project that was announced on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2016


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Downtown Update - AC Marriott Hotel & Milagro Apartments


Renderings of completed project



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.


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Here are a couple photos I snapped last Friday of the AC Marriot and adjacent apartment project.

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Downtown Update - HLC Approves Marmalade Mixed-Use Project

Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/hlc-...d-use-project/

...On Thursday, March 16, the Historic Landmark Commission approved a new construction and special exception request by developer Clearwater Homes for the Marmalade mixed-use development, a 265-289 unit mixed-use project proposed for the northwest corner of the Marmalade Block. The units will be a mix of studio, one and two bedroom apartments.

“We want to make a notable multifamily project that really stood out,” said Micah Peters, CEO of Clearwater Homes.

The project consists of three buildings above a shared two-story podium. The two large buildings will be five stories above the podium level and will be u-shaped each with an interior residential courtyard. The development also includes two pedestrian plazas that will connect 300 West to a rear walkway and mid-block city-owned public plaza...



Rendering of the northwest corner of the Marmalade mixed-use project. Image courtesy Salt Lake City planning documents.


Rendering of the northwest corner of the Marmalade mixed-use project. Image courtesy Salt Lake City planning documents.


Aerial rendering of the southeast corner of the Marmalade mixed-use project. Image courtesy Salt Lake City planning documents.



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I don't think this has been posted yet, this is what's going up 380 s 400 e "Block 44"

http://www.liveatblock44.com/


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Planning For Utah's Booming Population - Three of the States Metropolitan Areas Among The Fastest Growing in the Country


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/offi...ng-population/

...The Wasatch Front where most of the state’s population is concentrated has geographic barriers that will force state and municipal leaders to look at how the region’s growth is managed.

“We are running out of space,” said Ted Knowlton, the deputy director of the Wasatch Front Regional Council. “We can’t widen a number of our key transportation corridors.”

Knowlton presented updates to the WFRC’s regional plan for Salt Lake, Davis and Weber Counties Thursday during a lunch gathering for the Utah Chapter of the Urban Land Institute.

The WFRC is in the process of drafting its newest plan for regional growth, the Wasatch Choice 2050 and the Regional Transportation Plan. According to Knowlton the plan is still in the community outreach phase and will be more ambitious than past plans...



The Daybreak community is a master-planned community that encourages walkability by building amenities within close proximity to residences. Photo by flickr user Photo Dean.

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Downtown Adj. - Central Ninth - The Rudy Townhomes


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/town...central-ninth/

...The project consists of four three-story buildings with three units per building. Two buildings will front West Temple and two will front an alleyway to the west of the parcels. Unlike most of the townhomes under construction in the city, The Ruby’s townhomes will be owner-occupied and will be a mix of three and four bedrooms above two-car garages.

“We love the neighborhood, the Central Ninth neighborhood, there is a lot happening, ” said Jake Williams of CW Urban, the project’s developer. “There is a cool neighborhood environment being created.”...



Rendering of The Ruby townhomes as seen from West Temple. Image courtesy Salt Lake planning documents.

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Looking Northwest at the sunset over the Great Salt Lake. Central Metro, as seen from the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains


Central Metro - Regal Cinema Opens New Luxury Theatre Complex



An artist's rendering of the new Taylorsville Regal Cinema, at The Crossroads at

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Update - South Salt Lake - Central Point Project


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/cons...grocery-store/


Construction is underway on a new WinCo grocery store as part of The Crossing development in South Salt Lake. Photo by Isaac Riddle.

I like the look of the residential portion of this project. Also cool that it's on the S-Line Streetcar

Artist's rendition courtesy of South Salt Lake UTA's Streetcar whizzes past an apartment complex that will be built between State and Main streets adjacent
to the rail line in an artist's rendition of housing that will be built within The Crossing Development in South Salt Lake.
http://www.sltrib.com/home/5117001-1...e1490994137146

KSL.COM : South Salt Lake Breaks Ground On Phase I of Major New Development

Dignataries participate in the groundbreaking of South Salt Lake City’s new downtown, which will feature a WinCo Foods
and two residential projects, in South Salt Lake on Monday, March 27, 2017. (Photo: Kristin Murphy, Deseret News)


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SOUTH SALT LAKE — ...South Salt Lake is taking a decidedly aggressive approach to creating what civic leaders hope will be a bright future for their namesake hometown.

Representatives from South Salt Lake broke ground Monday on what will be the city’s new downtown near 2200 S. Main.

The first phase of the mixed-use development will include retail and residential components as part of the initial implementation of the
South Salt Lake Downtown Master Plan to develop a 235-acre area in the heart of the city, explained Mayor Cherie Wood.


"It's taken us seven years to get to this day, and we're super excited about it," she said. "This is a great location, good visibility;
just under a half-million cars pass through this quadrant a day on State Street, I-15, I-80 and 21st South."

With the development located adjacent to the Sugar House streetcar S-Line, the project is the city's first effort to develop a neighborhood built around transit,
complete with the amenities necessary to provide a carless community for local residents and visitors, she said.

"We really wanted to (direct) everything (toward) the streetcar as it came through downtown," she said. "We wanted the streets to be walkable
and the downtown to be walkable, so that's where you can walk with your kids, go get groceries, get dinner or go hang out in the park."


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Central Metro - Prestige Tower Project - Sandy

Design is nearing completion for the 13-story Prestige tower located in the south end of the Salt Lake Valley. The multi-family condominium building is the first of a planned
four-tower mixed-use complex. Onsite soil conditions required that the steel-framed building be founded on 90 foot deep auger cast piles. Construction is expected to begin
mid-summer. Russell Platt Architecture is the project architect. Wright Engineers’ David Winn, SE, is principal in charge and structural engineer for the project.


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Petzl's New No. American Headquarters

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From the architect. Petzl America completed their new North American Headquarters in Utah, which is on track for LEED platinum certification. Petzl's business is based
on verticality and light, and the building is a metaphor for these concepts. The overall design incorporates a long list of sustainable features including a roof mounted photo
voltaic array, natural daylight throughout all areas of the building including the distribution warehouse, bioswales on site to capture the rain water from the roof and re-charge
the ground water, a plug-in for electric cars, recycled materials and products purchased within a 500 mile radius of the building's geographical location.

The company has a dog-friendly policy that allows employees to bring their dogs to work, enhancing employee satisfaction for the work place. An exterior dog run was included
in the site design, along with a community garden for employees with raised planting beds. The site is located adjacent to a TRAX stop, and the company encourages employees
to use mass transit to work as well as bike to work. The building design includes a room for interior bike storage and a bike shop for employees to work on their bikes.



Paul Petzl, the founder of the company, along with Roody Rasmussen, Sr. Vice President for Petzl America, visited ancient Peruvian ruins as part of a Petzl Foundation trip, prior
to the start of the design process. The ruins were inspiring, and helped get the creative direction established for the overall design concept. The exterior of the building is clad
with a multi-dimensional GFRC cladding, designed to inspire the sandstone cliffs of southern Utah...














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