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SALT LAKE CITY | 111 S. Main | 387 ft. | 24 floors

Downtown - 111 South Main


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)


Note: The below renderings include the recently requested additional height to accommodate a parapet wall at the top of the
building to screen mechanical equipment.



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http://111mainslc.com


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________________________________________________________Utah Performing Arts Center and 111 Tower


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_____________________________________________Utah Performing Arts Center & 111 Tower



________ ...Lead architects, Cesar Pelli and Mitch Hirsch explained in detail the design, which will include a three-balcony, opera house configuration for the seating area and a large,
________four-story “Winter Garden” lobby with glass exterior facing Main St. They also touted the fact that the theater building will have no “back”. With pedestrian passages from Main St. to Regent St,
________a public plaza in front of the truck loading docks, and a rejuvenated Regent St full of nightlife and daytime action, the NPAC will be a driving force in activating downtown, on the blocks to
________the immediate south of the spectacular new City Creek Center...


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____utahperformingarts.wordpress.com


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They should tack on another 100-200' and make this the new tallest in the city.
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Downtown Update - 111 S. Main

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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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Downtown - Latest Updates - Utah Performing Arts Center & Tower



UPAC Broadway-Style Theater portion of upcoming development

UtahPerformingArtsCenter


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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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They should tack on another 100-200' and make this the new tallest in the city.
We all wish they would break the proverbial glass ceiling in Salt Lake. Right now the main focus for this booming Metropolis is Streetscape, Urban Vibrancy and Mass Transit, which of course no one is going to complain about. The big positive is that Salt Lake City is easily becoming one of the prettiest CBDs on the No. American Continent. Hopefully, the upcoming towers over these next ten years will gradually increase in height as the available space becomes scarcer.

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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 talked with Bruce Bingham, of Hamilton Partners, today and asked him if they were at the 40-45% pre-leased threshold on 111 yet and when they anticipated going vertical on the construction of 111. He said they anticipate being to 40% by spring and that they would be going vertical sometime after that. Obviously they have to wait for all demolition and foundation work to be done. I would estimate they will be going vertical about the same time that the Performing Arts Center will be going vertical.
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Ok. So I am only a month behind. Why did the developer change the facade pattern? I thought the angulating curtain wall was an ingenious design which would break the box appearance of the overall structure.

I'm not sure what's going on there Shakman. Everybody is asking, but no one seems to know if they're still fooling around with different ideas, or how accurate the renderings really are. When Hamilton built the 222 tower, the renderings were very mediocre and left everyone worried as to what the finish of the façade was really going to look like. The final product was a huge improvement over the rendering. It would seem that no one on the forum has actually asked Hamilton what their final plan for the curtain wall is...

Hmm... I'm beginning to think that Hamilton, and many of the powers that be decided that the Tower's curtain wall design was clashing too much with the connected new Performing Arts Center, which is being built in conjunction with the Tower. However, I haven't bothered to ask them either. I think everyone just assumes the design is in a state of flux still. Demolition of the existing sites is beginning soon, if not already.


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This is the latest renderings of the 111 Main tower, I really like how the lobby has been updated, it looks like a pedestal and the concrete perimeter columns have been removed from the lobby and replaced with multiple slender steel columns, its more elegant and unique. I like this so much better then the previous design, which looked cheesy and didn't fit in with the Theater design in my opinion.





Previous Design

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111 Main Tower/UPAC Demolition Site



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Small update: Demolition for UPAC, from the backside at Regent Street.

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111 Main Tower/UPAC Demolition Site

Current Rendering Design of 111 Main Tower


Current Rendering Design of Accompanying Performing Arts Center/Theater

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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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Downtown Updates - Performing Arts Center & Tower

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Demolition In Prep. For Performing Arts Center & Tower Contd.


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Looking north at the recently completed City Creek Development


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The second pic from the bottom is amazing.
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Regent Street Demolition Contd...


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Went by the UPAC demolition/construction site yesterday with my boys...cuts all the way through from Regent to Main now.



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Contd...Demolition In Preparation For Performing Arts Center & Tower


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Continued... Demolition In Prep. For Performing Arts Center & Tower

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and you know that i have to post at least one photo of my favorite place, Eat--Burger!!! I wanted to get more but my phone was almost dead... the cracks on the other side of the building are a lot worse.. this is the better side

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Taken from Regent Street yesterday. I call it the Wreckage on Regent

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Downtown, Demolition Prep. for Tower and Performing Arts Center

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Pic taken 03/04/2014

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Awesome pics man. Thanks for keeping up with the progress! It's been a while since I have been to SLC, these pics bring me back. Question:Is that "Eat--Burger". being demolished as well? The cracks you show look pretty bad, and I assumed it was due to the demolition. Just curious if it is intentional. Thanks man!
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