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Old Posted May 8, 2012, 4:42 AM
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Red face Salt Lake City: Official Development News Thread - Part 3

This thread is the third installment of the "Salt Lake:Official development news thread"

The original and first thread's last page can be accessed at the following link:

http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...15696&page=503


the second thread can be accessed at this link:

http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...69428&page=501


The Unofficial Salt Lake City Project Rundown List

Disclaimer: Information contained in this Project Rundown List could change at any time, and should not be used for anything other than this forums discussions, and its informational purposes.

http://www.downtownrising.com/


PROPOSED


Eco Lofts
http://method-studio.com/work/housing/eco-lofts/
Proposed
Added: 05/19/2014
Location: Approx 440 S 900 E
Other: 6 story building with residential on the top 5, possible retail on the ground floor.

Image from method studios.


Air Hotels
http://airslc.info/
Proposed
Added: 04/30/2014
Location: NW corner of 400 S and West Temple
Other: 14 story boutique hotel. Will include a restaurant and a high end night club., roof top pool/club, 350 person multi-use entertainment space. The lot is cleared and the small two story building on the north end is already built and occupied.




Granite Furniture Block Redevelopment, Phase II
Proposed
Location: McClelland St (10th E) and Sugarmount Drive
Other: South of the completed Phase I Granite Furniture Redevelopment. Across the street from the current terminus of the S-Line Streetcar



4th & 4th Apartements
Proposed
Floors:5 floors, 122 apartments
Location: NW Corner 400 E 400 S on the former Sizzler site.

Image from www.beecherwalker.com


Denver Street Apartments
Proposed
Floors:5 floors
Location: 448 E 400 S



341
Proposed
Other: Developed by Garbett Homes, looks to be Garbett's first city core project. http://www.garbetthomes.com/
Other: Previous proposals on this site, Metro Park West, and Townhomes.
Floors:5-6 floors
Location: 341 S 400 W (between 400 W and Rio Grande St




151 Tower
http://www.dixonslc.com/?section=office
Proposed
Updated: 04/30/2014
Floors:18
Other: Tower building proposed by Boyer as part of their recent purchase of the former Questar and adjacent properties to the south and then to the west. A parking structure to the east, mid block, is currently under construction.
Location: 151 S State

photo credit: Dixon & Associates


City Creek Center - The Cascade
http://www.citycreekliving.com/
Proposed
Floors:19
Other: Residential Condos. The base has been constructed up to level 2. The residential units above will be constructed as economic conditions and demand grow.
Location: approx 51 West 100 S



Social Hall Tower 1
http://www.cowboy.us/citycreekcenter.php
Proposed
Floors: unknown
Other: Residential.On Hold until market demand improves.
Location: NW corner 200 E 100 S



CCC Tower 8
http://www.downtownrising.com/city_creek/
Proposed
Floors: 20ish
Other: Future Planned Tower. Timeline unknown.
Location: NE corner State and 100 S


World Trade Center plaza
http://www.wtcut.com/
Proposed
Floors:Unknown, but RFPs call for a 25-30 floor tower
Address: The location of this rendering shows 200 South and State Street, but no official site has been chosen yet.
Other:Future Planned... looking for 700,000 sq ft of office space. They are looking for a plaza of buildings as well. We could see a smaller 10-15 floor tower on the plaza as well, as seen in the pic. Final renderings have not been released yet.



Wasatch Properties
Proposed
Floors: unknown
Address: 400 South State Street
Other: The developer is in early plans to develop a mixed-use devlopment on the site. In planning phase. Early Preliminary drawings and tentative plans call for a large office tower onsite. Timeline unknown. No updates on this project since the start of the previous thread. There has been no recent news regarding this project.


Ballpark Lofts
Proposed
Updated 11/14/2012
Floors: 4-5
Units: 30 - 40 residential units
Location: 1380 S West Temple
Other: First floor retail, structured parking garage, rooftop garden with patio overlooking Spring Mobile Ballpark. The project sign is no longer on the site.



Hardage Group Redevelopment
http://www.thehardagegroup.com/index..._lake_city.htm
Proposed
Location: 400 S 800 E



508 South Temple Condos
http://www.508southtemple.com/
Proposed
Floors:4,6 or 12
Other: Residential Condos in planning phase. Joint Venture investment opportunity on exclusive South Temple in downtown Salt Lake City. Joint Venture partner sought to help bring the full value of this unique property to fruition. The development has four options which may include developing luxury residential condo space. Currently medical office space.



City Center lofts
Proposed
Floors: 7 story building
Other:8 residential units. constructed from unused cargo containers. in planning phase.



radi8 condos
Proposed
Floors: 8
Other: 40 residential units. Currently taking reservations.



University Station
Proposed
Address: SW Corner 400 S 900 E Currently Office Max
Other: 2.24 acres -140 units designed for 464 student residents



Brunswick Apartments
Proposed
Location: 245 South 200 East



DA Building
Proposed
Location: NE Corner 500 S and Main
Other: County has purchased the parcel at this location and will most likely be selling the former parcel at 600 S and State SW Corner
Image is from the formerly proposed location, no image for 500 S and Main has been released.



UNDER CONSTRUCTION


Encore Apartments
Under Construction
Address: NW Corner 400 S between 500 E and Denver Street.
Other: 189 Units



Hope Lodge
Under Construction
Address: NW Corner 100 S 400 E
Other: Project by the American Cancer Society. A facility designed for those that come to Salt Lake City from around the state and neighboring states for cancer treatment.



Seasons at Library Square
Under Construction
Other: Same developers as Seasons at City Creek.
Other: Developers have been into the planning office to discuss the project.
Floors:5 floors
Location: SE corner of 500 S and 300 E

photo credit: Tuttle & Associates


111 Tower
Under Construction
Updated: 04/30/14
http://111southmain.com/
Floors:23 387'
Other: The Tower being built by City Creek Reserve in conjunction with the Performing Arts Center. Steel has started to rise on the property.
Location: 111 S Main



Performing Arts Center
http://utahperformingartscenter.org/
Under Construction
Floors: 3-5
Other: Steel has started to rise on the property.
Location: SE Corner of Main and 100 S



600 West Apartments
Under Construction
Location: Approximately 50 N 600 W, east side of the street
Other:Proposed as mixed use, residential and retail. The mural in the rendering is just an example, that will not be the mural on the building.



Capital Theater- Ballet West academy
Under Construction
Floors: 4
Location: Adjacent to Capital Theater, west side
Other: Funding has been approved, ground breaking should occur in 2012



Cowboy Partners SugarHouse Development
Under Construction
Address: Aprox 2150 South McClelland Street
Other: 171 Units with underground parking



State Street Plaza
Under Construction
Floors:10 & 7
Location: Approx 251 South State, east side
Other: 180 Units




Broadway Park Lofts
http://www.broadwayparklofts.com/pages/index.php
Under Construction
Floors: three 7-8 story buildings
Other: Completed units in the rear building were auctioned in February 2012 to raise capital, now under new ownership. New ownership applied for a $4.5 million loan for the RDA on 11/13/2012 to pay off purchase financing and use to complete construction of remaining units. 11/14/2012




SugarHouse block Development
Under Construction
Address: 2100 South & McClelland Street
Other: Mixed use development in sugarhouse. Will include up to 6 stories of offices and 7 stories of condominiums and & retail.



ESA Hotels
Under Construction
Address: 100 S between 300 and 400 W directly across the street from Energy Solutions Arena
Other: Two six story hotels, with retail on the first floor, and a parking garage. One Hotel will be a Hyatt House, 137 rooms. The other will be a Courtyard by Marriott, 175 rooms. Hyatt House on the corner of 100 S and 300 W will be the first of the two hotels built.



Images from www.beecherwalker.com


Newhouse Apartments
Under Construction
Location:540 East 500 S
Other Underground Parking is currently under construction





COMPLETED


101 Building
Completed
Address: 101 S 200 E
Other 9 floors, plus roof top mechanical and the front tower would be taller.



US Federal Courthouse
http://www.tphifer.com/
Completed
Updated: 04/30/2014
Floors:10
Location: NE corner 400 S W. Temple



Granite Furniture Block Redevelopment
Completed Phase 1
Location: 10th East 2100 S




Liberty Gateway
Completed
Floors: 5 stories
Location: Approx 500 W and 50 S
Other: 160 Residential units. Project is back on track, should break ground soon.



CityScape Apartements
Completed
Address: 150 S 400 E
Other: 122 units, amenities will include a rooftop courtyard and spa, business conference center, dog park, outdoor fireplace and barbecue areas.



Public Safety Building
Completed
Floors: 4
Location: NE corner 500 S 300 E



21 & View
http://21andview.com/
Completed
Location: 2100 S and View Street, about 1350 East
Other: 29 Units with two signature office/retail spaces.



Lotus Apartments (Formerly the Madeline apartments)
Completed
Location: 338 East South Temple
Other: 84 Units




IHC Clinic
Completed
Floors: 4
Location: NE corner 4th S 9th E



Eastside Apartments
http://pegdevelopment.com/commercial...ide-apartments
Completed
Floors: 3-6 stories
Location:



FBI Building
Completed
Location: International Center


The Sugarhouse Aparments
http://sugarhouseapartments.com/
Completed
Location: 2057 South 1200 E
Other: 70 units; Studio, 1 bedroom, 1 bedroom + Den and 2 bedroom units. Fitness Center, rooftop garden and lounge area with gas grill. Looks to be a nice project. These are being developed by the same company that did Urbana.




Merrimac Townhomes
Completed
Location: 38 West Merrimac (just south of Spring Mobile Ballpark)
Other: Five town homes on .343 acres.


644 City Station
Completed
Location: Approx 644 West North Temple
Other: 132 units
http://644.punchlinedev.com/



Gateway Office building
Completed
Floors:5
Location: North end of Gateway, approx 450 W 50 N


Broadway Place Apartments (Senior Apartments)
http://pegdevelopment.com/commercial...ace-apartments
COMPLETED
Floors: 4 Stories
Location: Approx 550 E 300 S



Rendon Terrace Apartments (Senior Housing)
COMPLETED
Location: Approx 150 North 600 West


Biomat Building
COMPLETED
Location: Approx 620 West North Temple




Other projects in the works for Downtown SLC include:

-Large 1,000+ room convention center hotel.
-Over 4,000 residential units planned/under construction in Downtown Area.
-There have been discussions off and on of various towers and mixed use buildings on Block 70.


Other Projects located within a 3 mile radius of Downtown Salt Lake


Fromerly Market Station Development
Proposed
Address: 2200 South Main Street
Other: The 18-acre development will cost $500 million and will extend from 2100 South to 2300 South and Main to State streets. The development would rise 27 stories over the city and include up to 850 housing units, pocket parks, a grocery story, fitness center, day care and restaurants.
The City of South Salt Lake now owns the majority of the land that was encompassed by the Market Station Development. The City along with development partners are close to having controll off all the land up to 2100 S, less the 7-11, check cashing store, Mad Greek and the office building next to Mad Greek. The long range vision for SSL is to have this Streetcar TOD extend from State Street all the way to the Central Pointe Trax station.





I believe everything on here is up to date. I removed things in which I couldn't find any information on line about and if they projects still have a web presence I left them.

Last updated 11/14/2012 New projects will be added as they appear on the site.

Last edited by Future Mayor; Jul 6, 2014 at 9:03 PM. Reason: Updating
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Thank you Future Mayor. Also can you add the links to the other two Salt Lake City threads if you don't mind. ( parts 1 & 2 )
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Future mayor,

I just copied and pasted the projects directly into the first post for you. Feel free to update and change it as you see fit.
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Future mayor,

I just copied and pasted the projects directly into the first post for you. Feel free to update and change it as you see fit.
Attn everyone. I will be doing changes to the first comment, over the next few days to try to compile a comprehensive project run down.
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Great job FM and Viperlord! It's good to review back everything that has been proposed or under construction... Now we just need to add a convention hotel and UPAC and see cranes standing tall against the Wasatch again!
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Just a note: Harmons is no longer under construction.

But thank you for doing this.
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Just a note: Harmons is no longer under construction.

But thank you for doing this.
Viperlord copied and pasted the list from the beginning of thread 2 into the first post here. Future Mayor is in the process of updating it over the next few days. I am sure Harmons and other completed construction will be taken off the list.
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Viperlord copied and pasted the list from the beginning of thread 2 into the first post here. Future Mayor is in the process of updating it over the next few days. I am sure Harmons and other completed construction will be taken off the list.
Exactly. Haven't had time to work on it yet, trying to make some $$ at my job. I know I know, what is more important FM, job and money or the forum. I'm sorry.
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Exactly. Haven't had time to work on it yet, trying to make some $$ at my job. I know I know, what is more important FM, job and money or the forum. I'm sorry.
No worries here, I was just trying to buy you some time.
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If any of you have details on any of the projects listed above or can think of new ones that I haven't posted yet, feel free to PM me with all the info and I will put them in the update.

Like I said I will eventually get to editing the entire thing, deleted projects and putting new ones in, but I am more than happy to have assistance.
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Redevelopment on State Street Update.

Here is a picture of the destroyed children's theater site. Sorry, I was in a moving bus on the way to work, and the sun was just coming up.

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The Lotus Apartments on South Temple and the District Attorney's Office to name a couple that's not listed.
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The Lotus Apartments are the Madeline Apartments that I belive is on the list. The name was changed during the approval process.
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Just occurred to me that 80% of those on the list are apartments or Condo's. Should add a bit to Salt Lakes population over the next few years.
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Be sure to check out Ctobsl's two Salt Lake photo spreads in the Skyscaperpage forum, City Photos N-Z, and leave a comment.

Here's the Link - http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/forumdisplay.php?f=126
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Redevelopment on State Street Update.

Here is a picture of the destroyed children's theater site. Sorry, I was in a moving bus on the way to work, and the sun was just coming up.

I really hope the REX theater is built to accomodate the Children's Theater, like in the drawings that were posted a year or so ago.
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I would have liked the Children's Theater to come back downtown too once the Rex is available, but I don't think they will. They've had to move a lot during their short history, and they seemed to make it quite clear that their new space is intended to be permanent.
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Hello to all -

I came across an interesting MSNBC article relative to the positive economic factors of Utah. The entire article is not about Utah's position, however Utah was briefly mentioned a couple of times throughout the article. I thought I would share the artcle and interactive map.

I am posting the information noted below in this thread since I could not find a thread discussing economic news for Utah. If one does not exist, I think it would be a great idea to start one. Out of respect, I think it would be more appropriate for a Utahn to start such a thread rather then myself since its your state of residence.

Article link:http://lifeinc.today.msnbc.msn.com/_...-than-oklahoma (full article below.)

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http://www.pewstates.org/research/da...ve-85899381539


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Want economic success? New Jersey's better than Oklahoma
By Eve Tahmincioglu


Where you live may be hampering your economic potential.

If you live in New York, New Jersey or Maryland, chances are your prospects for moving up the ladder of financial success are better than if your home is in Oklahoma, Louisiana or South Carolina.

A study by the Pew Charitable Trust called “Economic Mobility of the States” paints a gloomy picture for many southern states when it comes to whether residents there are likely to have better economic mobility. But many states in the Northeast seem to fare better when it comes to things like average earnings growth.

“When it comes to achieving the American Dream, it matters where you live,” said Erin Currier, project manager of Pew’s Economic Mobility Project, released Wednesday.

The report looked at average earnings for workers ages 35 and 39, and measured those earning from 1978 through 1997. Researchers then looked at how those rose and fell a decade later when the same individuals were 45 and 49.

To measure economic mobility, the researchers looked at absolute mobility – average earnings growth over time – and upward and downward relative mobility – measuring people’s rank on the ladder relative to their peers.

Here’s a breakdown on the economic mobility winners and losers:

•Eight states, primarily in the Mideast and New England regions, have consistently higher upward and lower downward mobility compared to the nation as a whole: Maryland, New Jersey, and New York have better economic mobility than the national average on all three measures investigated; Connecticut, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Utah have better mobility than the national average on two measures.
•Nine states, all in the South, have consistently lower upward and higher downward mobility compared to the nation as a whole: Louisiana, Oklahoma, and South Carolina have worse economic mobility than the national average on all three measures investigated; Alabama, Florida, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, and Texas have worse mobility than the national average on two measures.
Several factors propel economic mobility, said Nikolai Roussanov, professor of finance at the Wharton School of Business.

“For the bulk of the population, education is the main driver of upward mobility; accessibility to education and educational opportunities,” he said. “But, it’s also determined on how you apply the education, what sort of careers people go into.”

Beyond education, he added, entrepreneurship has the potential to enrich individuals. “The ability and willingness of people to start their own businesses and take risks is a big driver of wealth mobility,” he said.

And just because you don’t live in a region with better overall economic mobility doesn’t mean you won’t succeed, he said. “Even in areas where there is limited access to education there could be people taking big risks, and they can be successful and move up,” he said.

The Pew numbers tell an interesting story on where the better job opportunities may be, and it seems employers also see the potential.

Another study on mobility, this one from national moving company Atlas Van Lines, found that the Northeast is the top transfer location for companies relocating employees.

Atlas reported earlier this month that: “The Northeast is now the top destination of transfers (42 percent) followed by 2011’s top destination, the Midwest (37 percent) and the South (31 percent). The West remains fourth in relocation numbers (26 percent).”

If your company isn’t willing to move you, or you don’t have a job yet, it might be a smart idea to consider relocating yourself to a state offering more potential when it comes to upward economic mobility.

The Pew study also found those individuals who moved out of the state where they were born had “better mobility outcomes on average.”

To find out how your state fared in the study go check out Pew’s interactive map.
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I would have liked the Children's Theater to come back downtown too once the Rex is available, but I don't think they will. They've had to move a lot during their short history, and they seemed to make it quite clear that their new space is intended to be permanent.
They own, and did a substantial renovation at the old Avalon. I've only been in the lobby, but they did an outstanding job on the renovation. I think they are there to stay. It is to bad they couldn't return to downtown, but I'm sure it would have been difficult to find a temporary location, and move yet again once this project is done.

I do hope the Rex finds some theater uses though. Maybe another screen for SL Film Society?
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The Film Society could certainly find uses for it, especially with it being on the same block. Though they don't need more screens for public exhibition, they could surely use it for their events, such as the Screenwriting program, Digital Directors Program, and special screenings with directors and writers, including Sundance. I also think the Rex would be a good place for a new theater company, something like the Off Broadway that does all original material.
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