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Old Posted Mar 10, 2014, 3:52 PM
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SLC: Performing Arts Center and 111 Tower

This is a thread for the new Performing Arts Center and office tower in Salt Lake City.
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Downtown - 111 South Main


111 Main Office Tower is Salt Lake City's next exclusive office development by 111 Main Partners. The building has been designed by the internationally renowned architectural firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. The tower is a 23-story office building offering an exceptional downtown location adjacent to City Creek, America's newest and best shopping center, and the new Utah Performing Arts Center, a 2,500 seat Broadway style theater. The Tower features 462,350 gsf office area, typical floor size of 20,000 rsf, column-free design, floor-to-ceiling glass, with 9 foot ceilings. When completed, it is anticipated that the building will be awarded a LEED Gold Certification. The 111 Main Office Tower will be the next elegant icon on the city's skyline and the premier business address in Utah.

The principal partner in 111 Main Partners is City Creek Reserve, a development company owned by the LDS Church. Hamilton Partners was the original principal partner on the project and recently sold their interest to City Creek Reserve. Hamilton Partners developed 222 S. Main.







New Performing Arts Center - Broadway Style Theater

The New Performing Arts Center will be a 2,500 seat theater in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City. The PAC will provide needed facilities for first run Broadway tours, as well concerts and many other events. The PAC will include roof top green space, exterior balconies, rehearsal space and a "winter garden" type lobby. The PAC will also engage, and enliven Regent St. including Regent St theater access and Regent St retail space. The addition of the PAC will free up much needed space at other downtown theater venues such as Capital Theater and Rose Wagner theater, these theaters are home to many local performing arts organizations, including Ballet West, and The Utah Opera at The Capital Theater.

The New Performing Arts Center is being developed by Salt Lake City, and will be managed by Salt Lake County and scheduled to open in 2016.






111 MAIN and the New Performing Arts Center are two separate development projects that are working in conjunction with one another in order to stream line the overall construction timeline.

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Old Posted Mar 10, 2014, 5:05 PM
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Now to get some renderings and some of the destruction pictures posted here!!
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Downtown Update - 111 S. Main Tower & Performing Arts Center

November 9, 2013
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Demo starts at the first of the new year. But in the mean time we will start to see the trees and other things cleared out along the sidewalk and I'm guessing within the coming weeks we will start seeing the temp. wooden sidewalks go in.

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I visited the corner of 1st South and Main. It's official...


The inside is completely cleaned out.

Giant wood fence along a line of "I am moving trees"


Although it'll be a little sad to see these buildings go, we will gain so much
more street interaction and vibrancy with the PAC and tower.
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111 S Main and Performing Arts Center





This access back alley cutting through the middle of a huge block, will become a vibrant, bustling pedestrian commercial thoroughfare. This street
redevelopment will extend to the south, from the recently completed Regent Street portion of the spectacular new City Creek Center. At the southern
end, this new portion of Regent Street will be connecting The City Creek Center to the new Gallivan Plaza, which is another large public gathering square.









Main Street portion of the upcoming new tower and theater as it appears today.


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I can't wait!!! This is so exciting. I remember when 222 went up. Now this is going to be AWESOME!!!!!!!
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Demo Pictures from 3/08/13



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I hope when the UPAC opens they have those lights that shine into the sky and move around. How cool would that be!!!! Now if both the Capital theater and the UPAC had shows on the same night and both had those lights...I would be like Hollywood!


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It's amazing how much and how fast the demo is going from when they threw up the boarded sidewalks.. I walk by this everyday.. I've watched the boys work as well.. They're using firehoses to keep the dust down. I'll add some I-phone pics during this development. I wonder how big the hole will be and what they have to do for utilities with the new digs. That seems to take the longest along with letting concrete dry..
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Here are some new renderings of 111's lobby from the 111 Main Blog.





Ground floor plan




http://111mainblog.wordpress.com/abo...-the-building/

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I noticed the other day that there are currently 5 cranes up in downtown. They are at the ESA hotel, Ballet West/Capital Theater, La Porte, Boyer 101, and Boyer parking garage.

I took a walk around town today at lunch and snaped some pics, enjoy!

111 Main/UPAC Demolition Site











They were dropping debris from the roof
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Looking north at the recently completed City Creek Development


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the change

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Alas, the accordion look was much better.
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I wonder if there's some kind of economic reason for the change, or if it's purely aesthetic? If it is just aesthetic, I wonder if we can petition somehow to get it back? It sure looked more interesting the other way. Not a huge change, but definitely more interesting with the accordion-ing.
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I hope when the UPAC opens they have those lights that shine into the sky and move around. How cool would that be!!!! Now if both the Capital theater and the UPAC had shows on the same night and both had those lights...I would be like Hollywood!


That's what I was thinking....
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I love this thread. This will be a fun one to follow these next few years.
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Great Thread! Right to the favorites....Looking forward to the gap in the skyline filling in.

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SLCPA I don't know if you saw this or not but here is a pic taken by a forum member that I added 111 and 145 to. It is a different angle but 111 really does add to the skyline!
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The next addition to Salt Lake Citys skyline is coming to 111 S. Main. It will be developed by Hamilton Partners, which brought the city 222 S. Main.
The office tower is being pre-leased by Cushman & Wakefield | Commerce. The firm expects businesses from around the country and internationally to
take an interest in 111 Main. The towers primary business address will be directly adjacent to the Utah Performing Arts. (Skidmore Owings & Merrill)


Future Mayor, would you please add specs to your post, since it was the first post with pics etc? Thanks in advance.
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From the SLC thread. Only about a week old but there has been a lot more demo since.



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Skystruck: No i haven't seen that picture but it is awesome. Going to be nice having another tall building going in. Give us a little more density.....
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Were there plans at one time to include retail space in the base of 111? From the renderings shown in this thread, there doesn't appear to be any retail.
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