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Downtown Update - Hardware Village Project


Hardware Village consists of 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.



















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Downtown Adj. - The Bodhi Apartments


The Bodhi will be five stories and consist of 80 residential units, 20 of which will be market rate with the remaining 60 units reserved as affordable units.


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Downtown Update - Alta Gateway Apartments


Alta Gateway will be a 277-unit apartment community in Salt Lake City, situated next to a downtown urban redevelopment called The Gateway.








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Downtown Adj. - The Haxton Apartments


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/cons...st-apartments/

The aged medical building on the 900 East near South Temple is no more. The building has been demolished to make way for the Haxton Apartments,
a three-story, 39 market-rate unit residential project...

...The residential units will be a mix of one and two-bedroom apartments. Each of the ground floor units facing 900 East will have a recessed porch entry
and their own pedestrian walkway connecting the units to the main sidewalk...



Rendering of the enhanced main entryway for the Haxton Apartments. Image courtesy Salt Lake City planning documents.


Demolition work is underway on the project site for the Haxton Apartments. Photo by Isaac Riddle.

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Downtown Adj. - Paxton Ave. Project


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/mixe...t-near-target/

...The Paxton will be five stories, with four wood-framed floors and a ground floor concrete podium. The project will have 121 residential units on the top four floors and structured parking and ground floor commercial space at the podium level.

The project replaces a vacant lot and two one-story warehouse-style buildings on a one-acre parcel.

According to the project’s architects, JW Robinson Architects, the building’s interior has been designed to appear similar to an upscale hotel. The project will also feature two outdoor plazas, one above the podium on the building’s second floor and the other on the ground level separating the building from Paxton Avenue. The ground level podium will include outdoor dining space...



Rendering of the Paxton 365 looking south from Paxton Avenue. Image courtesy Salt Lake City documents.

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Downtown Update - Marriott Towneplace Suites - Site Prep Begins






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Update - 9th and 9th District - Construction Begins


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

The project will be three-stories with two floors of residential above 4,000 square feet of ground floor commercial space, a residential lobby and a parking podium.
The development will include 28 residential units, with a mix of one and two bedroom apartments, and 29 onsite parking spaces.



Rendering of the northeast corner of the 9th and 9th Mixed Used Development.


Rendering of the northwest corner of the 9th and 9th Mixed Used Development.


Demolition of the former Beauty Supply Store is completed to make way for construction of a mixed-use development. Photo by Isaac Riddle.

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Downtown Update - Pierpont Apartments Begins Construction


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/cons...tial-building/

Another residential project is coming to downtown Salt Lake. Fences are up on the 300 West block of Pierpont Avenue in preparation for construction
of the Pierpont Apartments, an eight-story residential building planned for the southwest corner of the Pierpont and 300 West intersections...



Rendering of the northeast corner of the Pierpont Apartments as designed by Lloyd Architects. Image courtesy Salt Lake City planning documents.

...The project will include 87 residential units and 124 parking stalls, 28 of which will be reserved for the commercial property to the south (the historic Tire Town Phase I).
Parking will be accessed via Pierpont Avenue. The units will be a mix of studio and one and two-bedroom apartments.

The project will consist of a four-story concrete podium with three of those floors above ground and four floors of residential and will a primarily brick veneer exterior. While the building
will single use, the developers have placed several residential amenities on the ground floor to try to activate the space. Ground floor amenities include a main lobby, cyber cafe and fitness center.

Residential units will front Pierpont Avenue on the podiums top two floors to separate parking from the street view. The fourth floor
will include a 1,713 square-foot landscaped, outdoor plaza fronting Pierpont that will include a spa, sitting areas and a barbecue area.

The project includes open space on the at the center of the building along Pierpont that overlooks the street and has unobstructed
sky views up to floors seven and eight that will have apartment units overlooking the space...



Construction fences are up as crews will soon start work on the Pierpont Apartments. Photo by Isaac Riddle.

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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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Downtown Updates - 600 South Lofts and the Bonneville Apartments


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/pict...ng-completion/

There are two large residential projects underway... that are nearly finished, the 600 Lofts at the intersection of 600 South and State Street
and The Bonneville apartments on the 200 South block of 500 East.

The eastern wing of the 600 South Lofts is already open to tenants while construction crews are finishing the western wing. The Bonneville apartments is mostly built with crews
just finishing up the building’s interior. When fully completed, the two projects will add 425 units, 274 of which will be income restricted units (all from the 600 Lofts).


600 S. Loft Apartments


The northeast corner of the 600 Lofts. Photo by Isaac Riddle.





The Bonneville Apartments


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


The east face of The Bonneville Apartments as seen from 500 East. Photo by Isaac Riddle.


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Downtown Update - Block 44 Apartments - Construction Underway


The Block 44 Apartments will be a 214-unit development located on the 400 to 300 East block of the 400 South Light Rail Line




The Block 44 Apartments, a 214-unit development on the 400 300 East block of 400 South, is built up to the podium level. Photo by Isaac Riddle.

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Downtown & Central Adj. Update - Univ. of Utah - Bio Tech Building



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I was able to go on a tour of the BioFire building, found some photos online. That place is sweet.

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I've been in there, it's an amazing facility for the biotech industry in Utah. A friend of mine got moved from a corner window office to a windowless cubicle in the basement,
so she's not too happy about it, but it's much better than the 80's office before it.


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Downtown & Central Adj. Update - Univ. of Utah -
College of Social and Behavioral Science








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Downtown & Central Adj. Update - Univ. of Utah - Robert H. & Katharine B. Garff Executive Education Building




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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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Downtown Update - Ritchie Group, Block 67 Development



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Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/deve...lock-downtown/

Developers envision a power block

Developer Ryan Ritchie, of The Ritchie Group, has big plans for the 200 West block of 200 South. The block, also referred to as Block 67, is well situated next to the Salt Palace Convention
Center to the east and the Vivint Smart Home Arena to the west. The Ritchie Group plans to convert Block 67 into a large, urban mixed-use district with several buildings on the northwest
and southeast corners of the block.

“We are excited to have these in the downtown setting,” said Ritchie. “This is really going to be a power block.”...

...The project will be built in two phases and will replace a surface parking lot and the Royal Wood Plaza building.

The first phase will occupy the block’s northwest corner and will consist of two buildings, a residential mixed-use building and a hotel. Both buildings will be 11-storie tall with ground
floor commercial. The residential building will occupy the corner with frontage on both 100 South and 300 West. The residential building will have around 230 units on the top ten floors
and over 12,000 square feet of commercial space on the ground level.

The hotel building will have two hotel brands, Aloft and Element. Both brands are under the Starwood Hotels group which was recently purchased by Marriott International Inc.
According to Ritchie, the hotel building will have about 271 rooms with a cafe and deli on the ground floor and a rooftop bar.

...Ritchie hopes to break ground on the first phase by spring 2018.

...The updated plans for the second phase now include a 25-story commercial office tower, an 18-20 story residential tower and a third shorter building that could possibly be
another hotel. “We have the ability to ebb and flow with the market,” said Ritchie. “We are going to have the opportunity to make it very urban.”...



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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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Can someone explain to me why SLC's downtown is so short? Is it because it's next to the airport? It reminds me of San Jose but with less high rises.
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