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Salt Lake City & MSA/CSA Rundown





Downtown...And Across The Street From The Patrinely Project - Update, The 600 Lofts Project

Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/pict...sing-underway/

...The 600 Lofts (formally referred to as the 616 Lofts) will be six-stories with 274 units on the 600 South block of State Street.
The development is just over a block from the Courthouse TRAX station and directly along the 200 bus route, a high-frequency route
that runs north-south and State Street, and is just over a block from the Courthouse TRAX Stations...



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


The southeast corner of the 600 Lofts as seen from State Street and 700 South. Photo by Isaac Riddle.

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Old Posted Jun 11, 2017, 10:46 AM
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Downtown Photo Update By TonyAnderson - District Attorney Offices



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

Most recent photo updates of the new DA Offices. Note, Window area at foreground corner slated to be art work.


Note: Blank wall in foreground faces Main Street. Slated to be covered by a proposed future High Rise.

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You know what I love about this thread in particular?

You see a rendering...and then BAM.... you see it actually being constructed.
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You know what I love about this thread in particular?

You see a rendering...and then BAM.... you see it actually being constructed.
I agree! So many threads I view are all rendering. I never know the status of anything or if it's just a thread of pipe dreams.
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Biomerics - Another medical device firm to relocate to Salt Lake City, bringing 380 jobs


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The salt lake city department of economic development announced the corporate headquarters relocation for a medical device company to utah's capital city, bringing with it hundreds of expected jobs over the next eight years.

Biomerics, a medical device maker for the cardiovascular market, is moving its headquarters to the city's northwest quadrant, just west of salt lake city international airport.

the planned 230,000-square-foot facility will include corporate and engineering offices, and research and development labs, as well as cleanroom manufacturing, a news release stated.

“biomerics has seen incredible growth over the last few years, which has encouraged us to look more strategically at how we do business in salt lake city,” company ceo travis sessions said. “this new facility will enable us to better serve our customers, expand our current resources and invest in new opportunities.”

scheduled for completion next year, the headquarters will accommodate up to 600 employees. The project is estimated to be a $38.5 million investment over next eight years, with more than 380 new jobs expected to be added to the company's payroll, according to the statement.


Amazon building $200 million facility in Salt Lake City


...Amazon executive Teresa Lynch said the new, 800,000-square-foot facility will play a major role in the company's distribution system.

"This is one of our flagship regional facilities and will employ hundreds and hundreds of people in the community," Lynch said. "This is our first real announcement to enter the state of Utah … and we can't wait to be a part of the community." ...




IT Company PODIUM to expand Utah Headquarters, add 426 jobs


http://business.utah.gov/news/podium...ilicon-slopes/

...SALT LAKE CITY (June 8, 2017)—The Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) today announced Podium, Inc. will expand in Utah, adding up to 426 jobs to the community...

...Podium provides technology that makes the interactions between local businesses and consumers simple and convenient. The platform enables communication via familiar channels like text message to drive online discovery, answer general questions about the business, and collect in-depth customer feedback and online reviews...

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Downtown Update - Morton Apartments


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The Morton, on 200 East, has started site work.
Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/seat...wn-apartments/

After years of leading best of rankings in business and technology, Salt Lake City is beginning to attract national developers looking to invest in the growing city.

“Downtown Salt Lake has emerged as one of the most attractive and affordable places to live for lifestyle-driven professionals from all over the country,” said David Enslow of Timberlane Partners.

The Seattle-based, Timberlane Partners plan to build their first new construction project in downtown Salt Lake later this spring. That project, the Morton, will be an eight-story mixed-use residential building planned for the 200 South block of 200 East...The Morton will replace a 0.63-acre surface parking lot just north of the Russon Brothers Mortuary. The $21.5 million, 120,000 square-foot project will consist of 137 residential units and 1,400 square feet of retail space. The project includes a two-story parking podium with ground-floor retail below six stories of residential space. The project will have 100 parking stalls, 0.73 parking spaces per unit, and the units will be a mix of studio and one and two-bedroom apartments.

According to the developer, the apartments will be designed with an open floor plan with floor to ceiling windows. Most of the amenities will be at the penthouse level and will include a clubroom, fitness room, yoga spaces, pet terrace and grooming room and a community rooftop terrace...


Rendering of the Morton as designed by AJC Architects. Image courtesy Timberlane Partners.


Crews begin ground and utility work on the site of the Morton Apartments. Photo by Isaac Riddle.


Rendering of the Morton. Image courtesy AJC Architects.

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Downtown Adj. Update - Central Ninth District - C9 Flats


C9 Flats is projected to be a 97-unit building with four floors of residential occupancy above a two-story, 116 parking space podium. The development will occupy the southern lots of the block on Goltz Avenue between Jefferson Avenue and 200 West.

With its mountain and downtown city views, the C9 Flats will include boutique apartment homes with industrial chic touches, including a rooftop terrace; a fitness studio with separate yoga, barre and spin rooms; bike, ski and snowboard storage; a paw spa; electric car charging stations; covered parking; co-working spaces; iPhone remote building access; onsite single stream recycling program; urban studios, one- and two-bedroom apartment homes; quartz countertops and high-gloss cabinets; plank style flooring; LED lighting; and six-foot windows and sliding glass doors.

Anticipated to open in the Spring of 2018, C9 Flats joins five other new multifamily developments in the redesigned Central Ninth district. The neighborhood will feature urban studios, downtown and mountain views with nearby access to public transit and recreation.


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Downtown Update - Centro Civico Mexicano


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...Another thing--I don't think anyone has posted about this yet. Looks like planning documents were submitted a couple weeks ago for this senior housing project:





At 61 units, it's not very big, but it's part of the previously mentioned Centro Civico Mexicano development on 600 West between 100 South and 200 South.




http://www.sltrib.com/home/4649663-1...tino-community

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I'm a just going to stick to this thread since it provides the information I like. Once again thank you Delts for the information.
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I'm happy to see we are progressing from the 4-5 story residential projects to the 6-7 storie ones. Especially with the Gateway district filling up, the number of floors increases will eventually challenge the zoning for the area
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I'm happy to see we are progressing from the 4-5 story residential projects to the 6-7 storie ones. Especially with the Gateway district filling up, the number of floors increases will eventually challenge the zoning for the area
Yeah, I think in the coming seasons we will also be seeing a lot more 8-10 story residential with some mixed-use thrown in. It amazes me how quickly Salt Lake City is building up now. Another thing I'm noticing about Salt Lake City is the nice materials they're putting on the exterior of most of their residential. I think the recent renderings of places like Hardware and the Shoko site development are great examples of the local flare for brick, metal, and a long list of varied materials and a nice range of color palette also. If the local forum was any indication of the general public, then there was quite a rebellion early on against the use of beige stucco in SLC, or stucco in general. Thank goodness for that! Unfortunately, they're getting away with way too much stucco here in L.A. on the mid-rise residential. Pre-50's L.A. really knew how to finish their buildings right.
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Updates - Salt Lake City International Airport


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Watch the fly through video of the terminal.
You go in check-in, then go DOWN a level to get to the concourse level (where security is shown). Walk to the concourse, and then walk out to the gates.


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May 17, 2017

The first steel beam was erected May 17 for the South Concourse, signaling the start of vertical construction.

During the next 13-17 weeks, 21,600 tons of steel (an average of 30-40 tons per day) will be brought to the site for the South Concourse, Terminal and Gateway Center.

Directional signs for the new Park-and-Wait lot are being installed in preparation for a June 1 opening.

More than 400 construction workers are now on site.





May 31, 2017

New Park and Wait lot opens June 1, 2017.

Construction crews are building rebar cage towers (24’ high) for the parking garage and rebar cage columns (33’ high) for the elevated roadway.

Preparations are underway for North Concourse construction.

Work to extend existing tunnel to connect the South and North Concourses.

About 430 workers currently on site.

Concrete pours taking place for Terminal walls.





June 14, 2017


- Waterproofing of terminal tunnel ongoing

- Poured concrete for first elevated roadway column

- Reached 460 trade contractors on site

- Steel erection on South Concourse-West continues


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Update - Sugar House District - Shopko block’s architects revise project design


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/shop...roject-design/

...According to the project’s architect, David Dixon of Dixon Architects, the updated design reflects input from area stakeholders and a work session with the planning commission balanced with the needs of the project’s future tenants.

“We pulled more activity to the street to provide functions that are more amenable to the pedestrian level,” said Dixon.

The project consists of four structures, a residential mixed-use building, an office building, a medical clinic and a parking structure. The project will also include a new public street, the reopening of Stringham Avenue, and enhancements to Ashton Avenue.

Rendering of the clock tower looking southwest from Stringham Avenue. Image courtesy Dixon Architects.

The buildings will replace 9 acres of underutilized land, including a former big box Shopko and its accompanying surface parking near the heart of Sugar House...



Rendering of the clock tower looking southwest from Stringham Avenue. Image courtesy Dixon Architects.



Rendering of the proposed art gallery space looking south from Stringham Avenue. Image courtesy Dixon Architects.

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Update - Salt Lake City - Sugar House District - Shopko Replacement Project Contd...

Rendering enlarged to show detail of elements, materials and palette choices

Rendering of the north face of the proposed Shopko Block development. Image courtesy Dixon Architects.

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Downtown Adj. - Trolley Sq. District - Liberty Blvd. Apartments Project


This project will include 267 residential units and 4,000 square feet of ground floor commercial space. The three plus acre project will be a block long,
with street frontage on both 400 and 500 South and 700 East between X Wives Place and Ruby River Steakhouse.



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[Liberty Blvd apartments, around 700 East and 400 South. This along with 4th and 4th (under construction), Seasons on Blvd, and Encore, will make it 4 large apartments in the last year or so along the 400 South Light Rail Line.

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Isaac Riddle Reports - http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/pict...-completion/2/

...The Liberty Boulevard Apartments on the 700 East block of 400 South is well over halfway framed out. The project is a block in length with frontage on 400 South, 500 South and 700 East. The northern section of the building, fronting 400 South, is framed out but framing is still underway on the 700 East and 500 South portions. Liberty Boulevard will be mixed use with ground floor commercial space on 400 South and will include 267 units, 27 of which will be income restricted.


The northwest corner of the Liberty Boulevard Apartments as seen from 400 South. Photo by Isaac Riddle.

The northwest corner of the Liberty Boulevard Apartments as seen from 400 South. Photo by Isaac Riddle. Note Light Rail line running in front.


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Downtown Update - AC Marriott Hotel & Adj. Millagro Apartments


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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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