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Central Metro - Sandy, Cairns Center - South Towne Mall Renovation


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Thank you flying penguin for the info, that is going to be great to have that addition in the South Towne mall and for the area over there. Today randomly KSL also did a report on that as well, that sounds like it should be a really great addition, it's going to be taking a good chunk of both stories it sounds like. Here's a link to see more about it
http://www.ksl.com/index.php?sid=440...-entertainment



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Pacific Retail Capital Partners. An artist rendering of the Shops at South Town. Phase two of the center's
multimillion dollar renovation is currently underway. The project is scheduled for completion in spring 2018.



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Central Metro - Additional Update Pics of Sandy's Business Center Buildup
Offices, Residential, Major Live Theatre Complex


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World Class Facilities

The $120million renovation going on for Vivint Arena and the Utah Jazz will make it one of best-in-class arenas in the NBA for fans, players, and even visiting players.



In addition. the Utah Jazz are renovating and expanding their basketball training facilities in Salt Lake City to be world-class as well.

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First Published May 20 2017 01:12PM

While crews begin their $125 million overhaul of Vivint Smart Home Arena downtown, the Jazz's practice facility on Salt Lake City's west side is undergoing a dramatic renovation of its own. It's not much to look at now, just a stripped down and dust-covered former office space. But come September, the Jazz expect their practice space to have doubled in size, transformed into what team officials have called a "state-of-the-art basketball campus.

As the Jazz expand into the space formerly occupied by Prestige Financial, the facility will nearly double in size, to about 90,000 square feet. The area for sports science will nearly triple in size, officials said, incorporating more of the technology the team has co-opted from its collaborations with the P3 training facility in Santa Barbara, Calif. Their strength training space will now be the largest among the NBA's 30 teams, Lindsey said.


http://www.sltrib.com/sports/5307824...ll-campus-aims

Meanwhile, Salt Lake's other professional team - MLS's Real Salt Lake, is making similar a investment in the area and the team.

Introducing the Zions Bank Real Academy

(http://www.rsl.com)


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Located on a 132-acre plot in Herriman City, in the Southwest corner of the Salt Lake Metro Area just 20 minutes west of Rio Tinto Stadium, the Zions Bank Training Center will house the daily training activities for five soccer teams: Major League Soccer’s Real Salt Lake, the United Soccer League’s Real Monarchs, as well as three age-group extensions of the club’s U.S. Soccer Development Academy, previously located in Arizona. For the first time this Fall, RSL will provide a U-14 entry into the USSDA setup, while potential future additions include an RSL Women’s Professional Team, and other youth development age groups.

In Herriman, the Zions Bank Real Academy amenities include a total of 10 fields including the Stadium, with one each for school and Herriman City public use and a total of seven (7) regulation-size training fields (80 yards wide by 120 yards long). Four of the fields will be natural grass and outdoor, with the remaining three fields utilizing a state-of-the-art artificial surface from The Netherlands, including that of the 5,000-seat Zions Bank Stadium. Two of the artificial fields will be housed in the Zions Bank Training Center's iconic 208,000 sq-ft. indoor structure, the largest pre-engineered freespan building in North America. Atop this building will be a solar panel array from Utah’s own Auric Solar, at roughly half the size of its Rio Tinto Stadium installation.


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Central Metro - West Jordan - Phase I, Novi TOD


Jordan Valley Station is a 40 acre master planned Transit Oriented Development located less than 20 minutes from downtown Salt Lake in the City of West Jordan, Utah. Located on the mid Jordan TRAX Station, the development is entitled for up to 1,396 multi-family units of varying product types and 85,000 square feet of ancillary retail, restaurant, medical and professional office uses.

NOVI, the first phase (4.54 AC) of Jordan Valley Station, is a 270 unit market rent apartment community, wrapping around the existing TRAX parking structures.

NOVI has been designed to accommodate today’s renter with the latest in technology and amenities.



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Central Metro East - Park City - Treasure Mtn.'s Latest Iteration

Jay Hamburger, The Park Record @ http://www.parkrecord.com/news/park-...ad-opposition/


The Park City Planning Commission on Wednesday continued to struggle with the Treasure development proposal, addressing topics like the excavation, the square footage and the design. The project, shown in a rendering from the development partnership, is envisioned for a hillside overlooking Old Town.

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Central Metro East - Park City - Redevelopment starts at onetime art center site along Main Street


The Park Record - By Jay Hamburger - http://www.parkrecord.com/news/park-...g-main-street/

Metal poles have been placed along the perimeter of part of the former Kimball Art Center property,
signaling that work on the redevelopment of the building is quickly approaching. The poles will be part of a construction fence.



Crews early in the week started to prepare the former site of the Kimball Art Center for a major redevelopment, an important moment in a long-running, hotly contested process that ultimately led the not-for-profit to sell the property and then the new owner to make significant concessions to win an approval for the project...

...The site is under the ownership umbrella of a California firm called Columbus Pacific Properties. The owner won a City Hall approval to put up a new building where a patio is now located. The new building will be connected to the historic one with a glass breezeway. The project involves an undetermined number of retail spaces and space designed for events...




L.L.Bean to open America's Westernmost store in Park City

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

PARK CITY — A venerable old name will be among the high-profile monikers residing at the newest commercial development on Main Street in Park City.

L.L.Bean announced Friday that it will open its first Utah store later this year or early in 2018. When it opens its doors, it will be the Maine-based retailer’s westernmost store in the country.

The new 6,300-square-foot store will be located on the corner of Main Street and Heber Avenue in the new the Kimball on Main retail development, according to Ken Kacere, senior vice president and general manager of retail for L.L.Bean.

“It’s the first brick-and-mortar store in Utah, and it’s the first one west of Colorado,” he said. The company operates just 33 stores nationwide.

“This will be one of the more unique and interesting stores based on the fact that we designed it specifically for Park City,” he said...



Artist rendering of new L.L. Bean retail store to be built in Park City. Scheduled to open later this year or early 2018, the new 6,300 square-foot store will be located on the corner of Main Street and Heber Avenue in the new The Kimball on Main retail development. It will be the Maine-based retailer's only location west of Colorado.

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Central Metro - Murray - Transformation Center


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Intermountain Healthcare is set to begin building a Transformation Center with a $20 million gift from Utah businessman and philanthropist Kem C. Gardner.

Intermountain executives said the new center will be home for institutes that train healthcare leaders working on transforming the way care is provided across the country and around the world, with the goal of achieving the highest clinical quality at the lowest sustainable cost.

The Intermountain Transformation Center will be designed to serve as a base for Intermountain’s efforts to transform healthcare in ways that are patient-focused and consistently strive for the best clinical outcomes at sustainable costs, Intermountain executives said in a statement...

Construction of the 120,000-square-foot Transformation Center will begin in 2017 on the Intermountain Medical Center campus in Murray, with the four-story construction scheduled for completion in 2018.

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Updates - Residential Boom Along The S-Line

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Checked out some of the many projects popping up along the S-Line and in Sugarhouse, figured I'd post them here.

S-Line Townhomes


Zellerbach Development


Some of the cool, smaller-scale residential that has popped up along the line.


Urbana on 21st - Foundation work


Sugarmont Apartments - I believe this is site prep for it. I love the height of Legacy Village in the distance ...wish more downtown residential was built that tall.


Legacy Village - Think this is done. Noticed an Orange Theory Fitness moving in to a retail spot.


Noticed a few other projects have site prep being done as well. Quite a boom going on.
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Central Metro - In Midvale the evolution of brownfields to commercial center


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/in-m...ercial-center/

A decade ago, Midvale’s burgeoning commercial park was a dead zone, a brownfield that for decades housed lead and copper smelters that not only exacerbated air quality but left toxins in the soil that would take years to clean up...

...For Midvale City leaders, developing the area previously referred to as the Midvale Slag site and former Sharon Steel site were a top priority since the 1980’s as the area, bounded by the Jordan River to the west and 700 West to the east and 6500 South to the north and about 8300 South to the south, was the last significant developable land in the mostly built-out suburban city...


Before, as Remains of Sharon Steel Mill

Salt Lake Tribune

Historical Perspective

http://archive.sltrib.com/images


The first phases of a booming mixed-use residential/commercial center known as Bingham Junction Below, examples of some of the interesting mix of residential offerings

http://img.ksl.com/slc/2557/255743/25574355.jpg


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http://www.isyourhome.com/florentine...ale-ut/gallery


http://www.isyourhome.com


https://talaveraatthejunctionapartme...hotos/property


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Commercial - Some of the Newly Expanding Regional, National and International Corporate Headquarters


http://www.sltrib.com

International Headquarters, Overstock.Com

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http://gardnercompany.net


https://topgolf.com


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http://www.chghealthcare.com

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Central Metro - New mega mixed-use center coming to Riverton


Jason Lee - Deseret News http://www.deseretnews.com/article/8...-Riverton.html

Artist's rendering of Mountain View Village. Comprised of 85 acres in Riverton, the mixed-use development will include retail, restaurants, an office complex, a gym and a hotel with a full luxury theater. Phase 1 is scheduled for completion next year.

http://cdn.deseretnews.com

RIVERTON — The latest large-scale commercial development project in the southern end of Salt Lake Valley is scheduled to get underway in a few short days. Wielding ceremonial gold shovels, a group of civic and business leaders “broke ground” Wednesday on a new mixed-use project called Mountain View Village.

Spread across 85 acres at 13400 South and 4500 West — the development will include retail, restaurants, an office complex, a gym, and a hotel with a full luxury theater...

...A key feature of the Riverton development will be a community gathering space, where people will be able to visit with friends and family, take in free entertainment, such as open-air concerts, and enjoy an eagle statue and fountain area, Byers said. CenterCal commissioned a sculptor to create a bronze cast eagle statue that will be the centerpiece of the project's fountain, she added...

...Byers said the development would be constructed in three phases, with official construction of the first phase of the anchor retail area to begin next week. The second phase will include additional specialty retail, and the third phase will focus on the office complex, she said.

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I got to say, it's always very relaxing to visit this thread.
I know comparing is douchy and obnoxious. It just sucks.
But I just can't help thinking this is a very fine alternative to CA, TX or Vegas.
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Well, if your talking purely outdoor landscapes, I would say it's definitely a great alternative to Vegas or Texas. The people are very friendly also, but people tend to be quite friendly in Texas and Vegas too. Having lived in California for a good part of my life, I would say that the scenery/outdoor life in California in general and metro L.A. specifically is quite outstanding. Being the entertainment industry nerd that I am, I tend to run the gamut of your typical right brained artist. Meaning that you're never satisfied to be in any one place for too long. We tend to want to rotate our habitat. If I had a choice, and had to place a limit to only a few areas, I personally would choose Southern California, Park City Utah, and outdoor Utah in general for it's other worldly scenery. Plus (might as well while I'm at it) a healthy dose (one to two months a year) in New York, France and Italy.

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Central Metro - Regal Theaters Enters The Salt Lake City/Wasatch Front Market


New luxury movie theater in Taylorsville touts comfort

http://www.sltrib.com/home/5067571-1...n-taylorsville

Taylorsville • A new 14-screen movie theater opens this weekend in this west-side city, inviting moviegoers to get comfortable. The Regal Crossroads
14 boasts nearly 1,600 seats, all luxury recliners with lap tables, and wide rows in its auditoriums. "This is going to be a real change for your viewing pleasure," said William J. Stone, principal of S Squared Development, which is developing The Crossroads at Taylorsville, the shopping center that the theater is anchoring at Redwood Road and 5400 South. "There's only one
thing wrong with this theater: It's too comfortable," Stone added. The smallest auditoriums seat 63 people, while the largest, the high-tech RPX theater, seats 244. The RPX boasts a state-of-the-art sound system with subwoofers — the brand name is ButtKicker — embedded in the seats that rattle one's kidneys when the bass notes hit. The concessions stand offers sandwiches, pizza, street tacos and desserts, along with the usual popcorn and candy.



(Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune) Rachel Lueras, national marketing manager of Regal Entertainment Group, demonstrates the reclining chairs during the grand opening of the Regal Crossroads 14 on Thursday, March 16, 2017.

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South Salt Lake Breaks Ground On New 45 Million Dollar Development


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


Dignataries participate in the Phase I 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)



Jason Lee, March 27th
http://www.ksl.com/?sid=43654169&nid...wn-development


SOUTH SALT LAKE — As a city that has struggled to forge an identity among the many small burghs surrounding the state's capital,
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 planned $45 million, 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 - Holladay Village Continues Expansion



If everything goes according to plan, by the fall of 2017 Harmons will be the new neighborhood grocer for Holladay Plaza,
located at 2300 E. Murray Holladay Road. Demolition has begun where Rice Basil, Great Harvest and Top It were once located.


Though this will mean saying goodbye to a few local favorites, Harmons is pegged to be a welcome addition to the village.
However, some residents are sad to see these restaurants like Rice Basic move to Murray.

Residents who frequent the Great Harvest will be relieved to know that during the demolition and construction phase of Harmons, Great Harvest hopes to move into a space across Murray Holladay Road in the Holladay Village. If all goes according to plan, Great Harvest will move back into the Holladay Plaza area once the new buildings are complete."


Source: http://www.cottonwoodholladayjournal...lladay-village





New luxury condos coming to Holladay Village


Rendering of Terraces at Holladay condominiums scheduled for completion fall 2017. (Chris Ensign/Solstice Homes).

Mar 27, 2017 11:59AM, Published by Bryan Scott http://www.cottonwoodholladayjournal...ntown-holladay

By Aspen Perry | a.perry@mycityjournals.com

The Terraces at Holladay is a luxury three-story condo development to be built in the heart of Holladay Village at 2350 Phylden Dr. Condos should be move-in ready by fall 2017.

“We’ve had a huge response. We did start pre-sales and are about 50 percent through the project at this point,” said Chris Ensign from Solstice Homes during a mid-March interview.

Though there was some initial pushback from citizens residing in the neighborhoods around the new development, Ensign said since the start of the pre-sales they had received a great deal of positive feedback.

“It’s been an amazing response; interestingly, most of the buyers are coming from the Holladay and Millcreek area,” Ensign said.

Of the buyers thus far, Ensign described a good portion being current Holladay residents looking to downsize, but not wanting to leave Holladay...



Megaplex unveils ‘luxury’ six-theater location in Holladay

Sean P. Means http://www.sltrib.com/home/5027639-1...er-location-in

The theater is the first building to bear the company's Megaplex Luxury brand. Other Megaplex theaters, like the flagship at Sandy's Jordan Commons, have luxury seating in some auditoriums, but Holladay is the first to make every seat in every theater a heated luxury recliner.


(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) Megaplex Luxury Theatres at Cottonwood, 1945 E. Murray Holladay Road, opens with a fresh remodel that includes, updated concessions, remodeled bathrooms and reclining heated seats.

The six theaters seat 486 patrons — far fewer than the 1,100 or so seats in the old movie houses.

Megaplex has also added a downstairs lounge and a cafe menu that includes crepes, salads, waffles and other items along with the traditional popcorn and candy. One of the six theaters has been turned into a VIP auditorium, with concierge service and laser projection.


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Downtown Update - The Ritchie Group Project, Block 67

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The Ritchie Group signed a 99 year ground lease for the land where these hotels and apartments will be built, and also for the land where the Royal Wood Plaza currently sits. So basically,
they'll have rights to all of the land that Royal Wood Associates owns on Block 67.

Also, I found this.....
http://azulhospitalitygroup.com/proj...city-downtown/
The Aloft & Element Salt Lake City Downtown is a dual branded hotel adjacent to the Vivant Smart Home Arena, home of the Utah Jazz. The hotel is situated in a mixed use complex and
boasts 271 guestrooms, a rooftop bar, and approximately 10,000 sq ft of meeting space.




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Block 67 Updates

The developer is asking for a rezone on the block 67 Phase 2 portion (basically the
entire parcel currently occupied by the Royal Wood Plaza) They want to go from
it's current zoning D-4 to D-1 zoning.


The BLOCK 67 project is located on a 6.45 acre site between 200 West and 300 West,
200 South and 100 South. The full masterplan contemplates approximately
7 to 8 buildings of residential, hospitality, retail and parking uses to support
the residents/occupants and guests.

The design team and owner see wisdom in breaking down this block into manageable
and walkable “sub-blocks”. Creating pleasant city streets (yes - complete streets
defined with sidewalks, street trees, street parking, etc.)

The project is broken down into 2 phases: Phase I including Blocks A & B, and
Phase II including Blocks C & D. For the purposes of this narrative, phase I will
be described, which includes a residential building, a dual flag hotel and
parking components. The residential component is an eleven story residential
building over subterranean structured parking. The hotel is comprised of two hotel
brands that arrange around a shared elevator core. Both elements rise eleven
stories over the same underground parking.

Residential Multifamily
237,810 GSF 230 units, 10 stories

Retail
23,695 GSF 1 story

Hotel
173,620 GSF 271 Keys 11 stories

Parking
172,481 GSF 424 Stalls, 2 levels

Total Building Area 607,606 GSF

Both buildings will be approximately 125'

















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2017, Wallet Hub Ranks Salt Lake City #1 Place To Start A Career

2017’s Best & Worst Places to Start a Career - May 16, 2017 | John S Kiernan, Senior Writer & Editor

Deciding where to lay the foundation for a long and prosperous career can be a daunting task, especially for recent graduates entering the job market for the first time. After all, there are
numerous factors — job-market saturation, housing affordability and commuter-friendliness, for instance — to consider about each prospective area.

But the process needn’t be that difficult or intimidating. WalletHub’s data team compared the relative market strength and overall livability of the 150 largest U.S. cities to help recent
college graduates find the best cradles for their burgeoning careers. We examined each city based on 23 key metrics that range from the availability of entry-level jobs to monthly average
starting salary to workforce diversity. A complete breakdown of our findings, a detailed methodology and expert career advice can be found below...


Full Article @ https://wallethub.com/edu/best-worst...a-career/3626/

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WalletHub compiled this report by comparing more than 150 cities nationwide based on 23 metrics,
including availability of entry-level jobs and monthly average starting salary.

Some more interesting facts from the report:
• Salt Lake City ranked first in both the “professional opportunities” and the “quality of life” rankings. The former ranking is based on availability of jobs, job growth and
workforce diversity, among other employer-related factors.

• The latter ranking measured cities based on family-friendliness, population growth and share of the population.

• Durham, North Carolina, had the highest monthly average starting salary at $3,909, which is more than double the lowest, $1,447, in Honolulu.

• Nearby Denver finished eighth on the list. Boise secured the 34th spot on the list.


Top 20 of 150 Best Places to Start a Career

1 Salt Lake City, UT 68.72 1 1

2 Orlando, FL 63.50 5 4
3 Austin, TX 62.21 6 6
4 Grand Rapids, MI 62.06 3 19
5 Tempe, AZ 60.58 19 3
6 Atlanta, GA 60.50 8 10
7 Miami, FL 59.94 2 84
8 Denver, CO 59.19 12 14
9 Irving, TX 58.78 4 64
10 Madison, WI 57.92 44 2
11 Minneapolis, MN 57.58 32 7
12 Sioux Falls, SD 57.05 28 13
13 Boston, MA 56.95 13 37
14 San Francisco, CA 56.80 11 44
15 Durham, NC 56.59 22 27
16 Raleigh, NC 56.46 35 11
17 Knoxville, TN 56.40 18 34
18 Scottsdale, AZ 56.38 48 5
19 Tampa, FL 56.27 20 35
20 Colorado Springs, CO 56.22 24 32

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Why have I not known of this thread!?!?! Delts!?!?! Tony Anderson?

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I've mentioned it a number of times over on the local threads. I guess though there's probably a number of people who don't know about it. I had assumed you knew about it. Glad you know now, because your one of the local majority who doesn't get wrapped up in the pathological "sky is falling" on every one of their posts.

This is a great place to come and enjoy the reality of how quickly development is progressing in a positive way for this beautiful metro. I hope you'll comment often EP, and bring over a few of our like minded forum friends.

One of the main reasons I've kept it up over the years, even though I'm now located in the Los Angeles area, is because of the hundreds of daily hits. Many of those hits are people from other areas who are curious, and really don't know much about the Wasatch Front, except for perhaps what they view here.

I love that shot above of the CDB, with the Wasatch Mountains in the background. I wish we had it with the new 111 Tower. From that angle the new tower would be very prominent.

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Downtown Update - The Patrinely Project


The Salt Lake Tribune - Mike Gorrell Reporting http://www.sltrib.com/home/5329000-1...-office?page=1

Salt Lake City's downtown district will extend farther to the south soon with a 10-story office building on the southwestern corner of 600 South and Main Street.

The Patrinely Group, a national real estate development firm based in Houston, formally announced plans Wednesday for 650 Main, the name given to the 320,000-square-foot structure
that will be built on part of what has been a parking lot south of Little America Hotel.

And, if market conditions live up to Patrinely's expectations and 650 Main fills with tenants, a second similar structure will replace the rest of the parking lot and a coffee shop on the
southeastern corner of 600 South and West Temple. A parking structure surrounded by trees would link the office buildings


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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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