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Old Posted May 1, 2012, 7:48 PM
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With all of the apartment buildings and condos going up, I think there will be some really good population growth for Salt Lake City proper by the time of the next census.
     
     
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With all of the apartment buildings and condos going up, I think there will be some really good population growth for Salt Lake City proper by the time of the next census.

Agreed. SLC is at about 187,000 as of 2010 and with all this new housing development I have high hopes of seeing SLC pass the 200,000 mark by 2020.
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can someone refresh my memory, to where the liberty at the gateway apartments will be build? any renderings?
     
     
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can someone refresh my memory, to where the liberty at the gateway apartments will be build? any renderings?
You can see the renderings on page one.
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If i remember right, the Liberty at The Gateway are about 50 S 500 W. There is currently a drainage basin there, just east of the overflow parking. I think it would be great to get more development along the west side of 500 W. It is a nice plaza type street but right now just feels like it's "behind the Gateway"
     
     
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You can see the renderings on page one.
Here's the rendering from pg1:

     
     
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Ballpark Lofts
1380 S. West Temple.
The lot is vacant & clear. There is a sign up on site, advertising the project.

30-40 units
4-5 floors
structured parking garage.
rooftop garden & patio overlooking the ballpark.









Also, I stumbled across this information below as well......


http://www.thehardagegroup.com/index..._lake_city.htm

The Hardage Group is redeveloping an existing hotel and residential site in Salt Lake City, Utah at the northwest corner of 400 South and 800 East by the old chase suite hotel: a prime location in downtown. The site will be rezoned from “residential”” to “high density residential” and redeveloped as either multi-family rentals or condominium units.




The Hardage Group is a hotelier development group. Take a look at their website. I wonder if they know about the need for more hotels in downtown.

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Old Posted May 2, 2012, 4:09 AM
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Thanks for stopping in Viperlord!! I can always count on some cool development news when you stop in.
     
     
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Old Posted May 2, 2012, 5:00 AM
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The Hardage Group is redeveloping an existing hotel and residential site in Salt Lake City, Utah at the northeast corner of 400 South and 800 East by the old chase suite hotel: a prime location in downtown. The site will be rezoned from “residential”” to “high density residential” and redeveloped as either multi-family rentals or condominium units.


Del Taco just built a new store on that corner about a year ago. Where are they going to put this thing?
     
     
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Del Taco just built a new store on that corner about a year ago. Where are they going to put this thing?
it does not say that its precisely that corner. It could be on the corner where the pizza hut is, or the south east corner where the jiffy lube is at.
     
     
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Definitely a good sign in the right direction for 400 So.

I like the Ballpark Lofts...very sharp.
     
     
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Del Taco just built a new store on that corner about a year ago. Where are they going to put this thing?
sorry.... northwest corner of the intersection. I looked up the information on the county recorders website. Hardage owns the land there on the northwest corner.
     
     
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The northwest corner is where the Pizza Hut is and the Chase Suite Hotel was just west of it. I think the hotel was somewhat recently turned into residential. I wonder if they're tearing down the existing buildings or maybe building on the parking lots and that's why the change to "high density residential". I'm pretty sure the Pizza Hut isn't going anywhere, or so my "sources" tell me.
     
     
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The northwest corner is where the Pizza Hut is and the Chase Suite Hotel was just west of it. I think the hotel was somewhat recently turned into residential. I wonder if they're tearing down the existing buildings or maybe building on the parking lots and that's why the change to "high density residential". I'm pretty sure the Pizza Hut isn't going anywhere, or so my "sources" tell me.
I just saw an ad for rental units in those lofts, so I dont think they would tear it down when so many live there and they are still leasing more units. Maybe its only half the property? The rendering looks pretty long though. I would rather this proposal than those lofts, much more urban and better for 4th S.
     
     
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I know we don't always have much use for Forbes lists, but they listed Salt Lake City as the 5th fastest growing city in the U.S., with a population of 1.16 million.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/danielfi...rowing-cities/
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Ballpark Lofts
1380 S. West Temple.
The lot is vacant & clear. There is a sign up on site, advertising the project.

30-40 units
4-5 floors
structured parking garage.
rooftop garden & patio overlooking the ballpark.


I absolutely LOVE this project. I am glad to finally see another modern residential development pop up around the ball park. The area has so much potential as a vibrant TOD.

That some serious density for that neighborhood. There looks to be 4 lots owned by the same entity, one of which is 1380 S. There is a total of .94 acres, so at 30-40 units, that's a density of 31-42 units per acres. I LIKE IT!
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It looks as though The Hardage Group owns properties on the west side of 800 East from 400 South north to Linden Street including 4 single family dwellings. The properties are zoned for multi-family residential. The group also owns the lot where Pizza Hut is located.
     
     
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I've wondered how long it would take developments to move in around the ballpark--that looks like a great step in the right direction.
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Our buildings are so tiny compare to the other top 10 city skylines. SLC really needs a few 500 footers.
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I think we might get one with the UPAC if they design the tower to straddle over the top of the theater.
     
     
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