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Update - Sugar House District - The Sugarmont Project


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Demolition of the Granite Furniture Warehouses is nearly complete. "With Sugarmont, 4th and 4th and the Milagro (next to the AC Marriott) there are now 3656 units under construction in Salt Lake City proper".


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/cons...e-development/

...Demolition is underway on the site of the future Sugarmont Apartments by Boulder Ventures, the next phase of their 2100 Sugarhouse Mixed Use Development. The project replaces two abandoned Granite Furniture warehouses at the intersection of McClelland Street and Sugarmont Drive...

... Construction of the Sugarmont Apartments should commence soon after demolition is completed.

The project will be eight stories with 352 units- including a mix of 34 studio apartments, 206 one-bedrooms, 93 two-bedrooms and 19 three-bedroom townhome units in two buildings on 2.86 acres that will be separated by a pedestrian walkway near the intersection of McClelland Street and Sugarmont Drive by a pedestrian bridge.

The project will feature three floors of parking wrapped by ground-floor, multi-level townhomes and five floors of residential. The project will also include a pedestrian plaza at the southwest corner of the project...


Rendering of the Sugarmont Apartments as designed by Studio PBA. Under the draft impact fee plan,
the developers would pay $1.2 million. Image courtesy Salt Lake City planning documents.



Rendering of the Sugarmont Apartments on McClelland Street as designed by Studio PBA. Image courtesy Salt Lake City planning documents.


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Update - Sugar House District - Marriott's Springhill Suites Hotel Project


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/wood...l-sugar-house/

...The Marriott hotel will be six stories and will have 125 rooms. The project will have two levels of structured parking below the hotel that will be accessible from Wilmington Avenue. The project also includes several surface parking stalls directly east of the hotel...


Rendering of the Springhill Suites. Image courtesy Salt Lake City.

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Update - Sugar House District - Suburban Style Shopko To Close


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The new owners of the Shopko site are asking for feedback on how to redevelop the area. The project area is 9 acres, this could be huge for Sugar House.

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Update - Sugar House District - Roof Garden Townhomes


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ Planning Commission approved a new missing middle townhome project for Sugar House.

More missing middle housing is coming to Sugar House. On Wednesday, the Salt Lake City Planning Commission approved a planned development request for the developers of the Roof Garden, a five-unit townhome development proposed for the 2500 South block of 800 East.

The project will consist of two buildings, with two and three units respectively. The developers, Sego Homes, needed the planned development approval to allow for four of the units to front a private street. Only one unit will front 800 East. The project replaces a single family home on 0.41 acres.



Preliminary rendering of the Roof Garden townhomes. Image courtesy Salt Lake City planning division.


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Update - South Salt Lake City - The S-Line - Large Townhome Project Underway


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/larg...uth-salt-lake/

The greater downtown South Salt Lake area is continuing its transition from manufacturing and light industrial to new residential development. Construction has begun on the S-Line Townhomes, directly south of the S-Line streetcar on 400 East.

The developers, JF Capital, are building 32-unit townhome project in the East Streetcar Neighborhood of South Salt Lake City.
The development will consist of four buildings with eight, three-story attached townhomes per building.

According to planning documents, the townhomes will include a mix of two and three bedrooms. Both housing types will include a two-car garage on the ground floor and two and
one-half bathrooms. The two bedroom units will have “an open concept layout” with the living and dining areas on the second floor and two master suites on the third level...

...As is required for projects along the streetcar corridor, the S-Line Townhomes will include a public plaza on the northwest corner of the parcel that will be incorporated into the S-Line Greenway.

The city is actively recruiting development along the S-Line corridor with hundreds of units under construction or expected to start construction along the streetcar line this year...



Rendering of the S-Line Townhomes as designed by Turtle and Associates. Image courtesy South Salt Lake City planning documents.

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____________________________________________________Update - South Salt Lake City - The S-Line - The Zellerbach Project

____________________________________________________Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/in-p...uth-salt-lake/

______________________________...The Zellerbach Apartments will occupy the entire northern half of the block between 300 and 400 East directly south of the S-Line.
______________________________The Zellerbach development will be four stories with 292 residential units at the site of the former Zellerbach warehouse...




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____________________________________________________________________The Zellerbach Development as seen from the S-Line. Photo by Isaac Riddle.


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Downtown Update - West Gateway Commons Project


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/comm...-west-gateway/

Downtown’s westward expansion continues with another multifamily residential project proposed for the area directly west of the Gateway. The project, West Gateway Commons, is moving forward after the Salt Lake City Planning Commission approved the developer’s planned development request during last Wednesday’s commission meeting.

West Gateway Commons will be a five-story development with 100 market-rate units just north of the 100 South and 600 West intersection. The units will be a mix of studio, one bedroom and two bedroom units...

..According to the developers, the project will take up almost the entirety of the lot. A portion of the area to the north will be a landscaped dog park. Under the area’s zone, GMU (General mixed use) the city will require the developers to add curbs, gutters, sidewalks and plant trees at the median on 600 West.

As with the North Sixth project, a block to the north, West Gateway Commons will include a public art mural on the building’s southeast and southwest corners. The project will also feature the “U” shape architectural style currently heavily utilized by developers in the city with residential units opening to a courtyard ...


Rendering of the south face of the West Gateway Commons. Image courtesy Architecture Belgique.

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Downtown Update - The Patrinely Project


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Driving into work today on 600s I was passing that property and was thinking how different it's going to feel driving past the buildings when they get built.

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Block 22: 600 South Main Street & West Temple Street.

Two 10-story office buildings. 330,000 sq.ft. of office space each building.
900 parking stalls each parking structure.
160 feet tall each building.











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Downtown...And Across The Street From The Patrinely Project - The 616 Lofts Project


Rendering of 616 Lofts as pictured from State Street as designed by Beecher Walker Architects. Image courtesy Salt Lake City Planning Division.




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Downtown - The DA Offices Project



Rendering of the downtown DA Office Building as designed by MHTN Architects. Image courtesy Salt Lake County.



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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.




(Cushman & Wakefield Commerce)


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

Downtown - 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


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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 - AC Hotel & Milagro Apartments





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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The 8 story AC Marriot hotel on the corner of 200 West 200 south is starting to rise

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Downtown Update - Bonneville Apartments - Greater downtown housing boom continues


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/pict...oom-continues/

The Bonneville is a six-story, 158 unit residential development on the 200 South block of 500 East. The project is mostly framed out and will be open to tenants late spring.


Rendering of Bonneville Apartments


The southeast corner of the Bonneville Apartments as seen from 500 East and 300 South. Photo by Isaac Riddle.


The northeast corner of the Bonneville Apartments as seen from 500 East. Photo by Isaac Riddle.

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Update - Downtown Adj. - Liberty Blvd. Apartments


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/pict...oom-continues/

The mixed-use project, on the 700 East block of 400 South, is partially framed out and will be a four-story development with 267 residential units, 10 percent (27 units) of which will be reserved for residents earning up to 80 percent AMI (Area Median Income). The project will include ground-floor retail on 400 South and will occupy the entire length of the block fronting both 400 South and 500 South with midblock frontage on 700 East between Ruby River Steakhouse and Ex-Wives Place Bar.




The north face of the Liberty Boulevard Apartments. Photo by Isaac Riddle.

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...This Marriott project will occupy what is currently a parking lot and will not require any demolition.
It will also improve and help to activate the existing public walkway from 200 South to Pierpont which many do not even know exists...
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Downtown Adj. - The Ruby Townhomes Project - 830 South & West Temple


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Update - Downtown Adj. - Orange St. Apartments

Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/demo...e-development/

Demolition work has started on a North Temple residential project that is part of a wave of new development for the neighborhood surrounding the 1940 West North Temple TRAX Station.

Following the demolition work, Seattle-based developers, Lake Union Partners, will start construction on the Orange Street Apartments, a 263-unit residential project on a 5-acre parcel at the intersection of Orange Street and North Temple. The project includes two L-shaped, four-story buildings that will front both North Temple and Orange Street. The units will all be market rate with 26 studio, 184 one-bedroom and 53 two-bedroom units...

...The project is less than a block from a TRAX station. Amenities will include a pool, clubhouse, fitness center and a midblock pedestrian walkway that will bisect both buildings.

The area is already a large employment sector with several state offices just north of the station. The Orange Street Apartments is one of the four projects in development that will add hundreds of new residential units in a two block radius of the 1940 West North Temple TRAX station...


Aerial rendering of the Orange Street Apartments. Image courtesy Architecture Belgique.


Demolition is underway on a former single story commercial building at the site of the proposed Orange Street Apartments. Photo by Isaac Riddle.

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Hello Delts, just wondering if there have been any updates to the convention center hotel plan? Forty stories sounds exciting, just hope the city council doesn't knock it down with restrictions.
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