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Old Posted Aug 23, 2008, 10:07 PM
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SALT LAKE CITY | CCC Tower 1 | 370 FT / 113 M | 32 FLOORS

PROJECT: City Creek Center
HEIGHT: 370 FT/ 113 M - 32 FLOORS
STATUS: Under Construction
COMPLETION: 2011
USE: Condominiums
UNITS: 187

This tower is part of the City Creek Center project, a $1Billion+, 2 & 1/2 block (25 acre), mixed use redevelopment project in Downtown Salt Lake City.
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Old Posted Aug 26, 2008, 7:43 PM
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Thanks for starting this thread RC14. Out of all the new Condo Towers going in at City Creek Center I like this one the most.
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Tower 1 rising from the ground.
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Old Posted Aug 30, 2008, 11:55 PM
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Thanks for the update Projects. I'm glad to see tower 1 is finaly above ground.

Arkhitektor: Thanks for posting the renderings of this project I wasn't sure were to look for them.
     
     
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Old Posted Sep 13, 2008, 6:15 AM
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City Creek Center Project Vol. 4 is finally finish!


Hey guys I just got done working on the 4th video of the on going City Creek Center Project. I took alot more time on this one since there wasn't much to update at first. This video is about 9 months in the making. Hope you all like it.
The theme of this video is called "Downtown Rising."


Vol. 4

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Tower 1 Updates

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Tower 1 placement, upper left corner in yellow, as seen in relation to entire City Creek Project.


Tower 1 interior renderings by Bowen Studios, unsurpassed views looking north at historic Temple Square and toward Capitol Hill.




Adjacent neighbors to the immediate East
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Old Posted Sep 13, 2008, 6:18 PM
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Sweet, I love the design.

The view of the LDS temple from that livingroom rendering, will be stunning at night when it becomes reality.
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That is one huge development. Go SLC! All that built is as much as some mid size city downtowns all together!
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I hope they do somoething to that huge Marriott to make the facade look better.

Besides that, great renderings! This will be one great project once it's finished, and hopefully will do great things for downtown!
     
     
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Agreed aspiringArchitect, The interior did receive a very attractive overhaul and upgrade recently. Also, the exterior did get new windows and paint, etc., but I agree with you it could use an exterior reclad. I don't think it would take a huge amount of change either. The basic elements are there, it just needs a creative architectural mind.

On my wish list, I would like to see Marriott build the new iconic convention hotel, and this current Marriott converted into a very posh W brand. W is talking very seriously of locating a property downtown in the near future, but I think another plot has already been set aside for the W. Oh well... still a classy boutique hotel would do well at the Marriott site.
     
     
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Old Posted Sep 21, 2008, 11:38 AM
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Downtown - City Creek Center - Saturday, September 20th, 2008

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Tower One Adj. - Richards Street

Richards Street - East Elevation


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I love the renderings. While it is not an actual street, I love the recreation of Richards Street through CCC from S Temple to 100 S. Opening up the blocks will really do wonders for making the city much more walkable and pedestrian friendly.
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I agree, Future Mayor. I think this will be a lovely area to stroll through when all is said and done, and it will provide a great transition between Temple Square and the rest of downtown. I hope Regent St. is this nice. The buildings relate to the street very well, and the landscaping will be fabulous--nearly as nice as the gardens on Temple Square, I hope.

T-Mac, awesome pics for the thousandth time. This project is so incredibly large and complex, and you manage to keep us posted from almost every viewpoint. Thank you!

A couple of things I don't get about this project, if anyone else knows, or wants to take a guess:

How long do they leave those yellow metal braces up between the concrete floors and ceilings? Is is still a field of yellow braces on the long-completed parts of the parking garage and basement on the Crossroads block?

Are they using an insane amount of rebar in the core of Tower 1? It seems to me like they are using twice what Tower 6 and 7 are getting. Would that just be because of the differences in height, and the additional structural load Tower 1 has to carry? Is this typical?
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Old Posted Sep 29, 2008, 12:47 PM
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Nice pics. Great project...

     
     
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I'm going nuts waiting for this thing to get out of the ground and into our sky!
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Old Posted Oct 5, 2008, 12:41 PM
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Me too Tangeld, That location is going to make a great addition to our skyline. And wow, what a great place that area is going to be when completed, with it's upscale shopping, restaurants, and the new theatre and resurgence of Regent and Richards Streets.

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Took my boys to the U of U football game today and grabbed a couple of shots while downtown. We parked at the Regent Street parking and took TRAX up. Some shots are just driving by. Hopefully I will have more time to spend downtown for photos later this week.

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