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Salt Lake City Resorts

St. Regis hotel adds Deer Valley to its name



By Mike Gorrell
The Salt Lake Tribune


The Deer Valley brand had a good week.

First, the Montage Deer Valley luxury hotel opened Thursday in the resort’s Empire Pass area, increasing the exposure of Deer Valley’s name to Montage’s base of well-heeled clients.

Then on Friday, another of the Park City area’s new luxury hotels, the St. Regis Deer Crest, announced it was changing its name to the St. Regis Deer Valley to take better advantage of the resort’s reputation as the ski industry leader in customer service.



Tribune file photo by Rick Egan Owners of the St. Regis Deer Crest hotel have changed its name to St. Regis Deer Valley to tie the luxury development more closely to the ski resort known for its lavish customer service.

“It’s very pleasant for us,” said Coleen Reardon, Deer Valley Resort’s director of marketing. “They’re both perfect brand fits for us on the promotional side. And they’re such incredible properties that we were thrilled that they wanted to have our name on their hotels. The marketing potential is huge.”

David Reis, managing partner of Deer Crest Janna LLC, owner of the $320 million St. Regis hotel, said the name was changed because “we wanted this legendary address, this incredible destination, to be inherent in our name.


St. Regis, Deer Valley Resort

“When you have the number-one-ranked ski resort in North America, the greatest snow on Earth and the 100-year tradition of uncompromising St. Regis service and elegance all in one package, it’s pretty special,” he added, referring to Deer Valley’s selection by Ski magazine as the continent’s best resort for four consecutive years. “Everything about The St. Regis Deer Valley embodies this slope-side sophistication, from our staff to the architecture, and now to our name.”

On a ridge overlooking Deer Valley’s base Snow Park Lodge, the St. Regis Deer Valley opened in December 2009 with 181 guest rooms, including 67 one-bedroom suites and 114 rooms that can be combined with suites to form two-, three- and four-bedroom combinations. One of its claims to fame is a 24-hour butler service.

The Montage Deer Valley, estimated by state and Park City tourism officials to have cost more than $400 million to build, has 220 rooms. Of those, 154 are guest rooms rented by the hotel, while 66 are private suites and residences that also can be added to the rental mix. Its standout features include a canine ambassador, Monty, a Bernese Mountain Dog.

Montage’s 7,000-square-foot ski school includes a Deer Valley Resort desk where hotel guests can sign up for lessons or buy day passes good on any one of three nearby lifts.

Park City’s third new luxury hotel is the Waldorf-Astoria at Canyons Resort, which opened in summer 2009. Its cost has not been disclosed but probably is within the same range as the other two luxury resorts.

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Downtown, Restoration & Reuse

The Boston Building, on the left


Beautiful, present day street engagement on Main


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Maxwell's East Coast Eatery to open 2nd location

SALT LAKE CITY - CB Richard Ellis announced that Maxwell's East Coast Eatery, an Italian restaurant, will be opening a second location on the ground floor of the Boston Building at 9 Exchange Place in Salt Lake City.

Maxwell's, which serves traditional pasta and pizza dishes, has committed to a 10-year lease in the historic building, which will join the company's flagship restaurant in Park City as the second in Utah.

Owner Steven Maxwell said he envisions a restaurant that will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. Also, the restaurant will transition to a lounge atmosphere that will feature live music and entertainment during evening hours.
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Awesome! I love maxwells! Such a fun atmosphere! Cant wait for it to open.

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I'm definitely going to check that out. Just the opportunity to dine in the Boston building is worth the occasion. Very, very cool use of one of our favorite landmarks!!

Boston Building

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The Boston building: 'Skyscraper' of past gets some TLC for its future.

Jason Lee
The Deseret News


Over a century ago, a mining magnate named Samuel Newhouse envisioned the area at Exchange Place in downtown Salt Lake City as a mini-Wall Street that would house the financial district of Utah's capital city -- complete with what was billed as one of the city's first "skyscrapers."

Today, his vision is being restored to its former glory by local developers who see the downtown central business district as a place on the cusp of major growth.

The Boston Building is celebrating its 100th anniversary with the completion of a $10 million renovation that will provide more than 107,000 square feet of high-end office space in the historic location at Nine Exchange Place. Its twin counterpart, the Newhouse Building, is located directly across from the Boston Building and has undergone a less-extensive renovation.

Designed by Chicago and New York architect Henry Ives Cobb, construction on the 11-story building was started in 1907 and finished in 1909, according to Eric Smith, first vice president with listing agent CB Richard Ellis.

"We have done everything we can to bring it back to its original design as much as possible," said Ken Shields, asset manager for the building's owner, Chicago-based developer Hamilton Partners. He said that, when completed, much of the detail from the original interior and exterior finishes will be maintained, including the classic ornate facade, woodwork, the marble and terrazzo stairs and flooring, and even some of the original panes of glass in the exterior windows.

In addition, the lobby walls will showcase the hand-crafted mosaic tiles that extend from floor to ceiling along the staircase from the basement to the second floor, Smith said.

Shields said every effort was made to maintain the original structural integrity and decor of the building, along with some added modern amenities.


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The all new Boston Building has taken a giant step forward with its recent renovation and remodeling. This icon is located in the professional center of Main Street, between the State and Federal courthouses, in the heart of the Central Business District of Salt Lake City. From brilliant views to state-of-the-art electrical, HVAC, common area, elevatore and technological upgrades. The office space of this historic 11-story marvel will become home to some of the most prestigious firms in Salt Lake city. The building offers a variety of full-floor office space options with great views of Salt Lake City and the surrounding areas. The building is less than a mile from I-15 on 400 South and has plenty of available parking at the Exchange Place Garage. It is also located a short distance from two light-rail stations, the Boston Building offers an easy commute from anywhere in the Salt Lake Valley.

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On another note. A Portland Street
car will be on display on Gallivan Ave today, showing what our car may
look like as well as displaying maps of potential street car alignments throughout Salt Lake City.


The cars are pretty nice. These aren't
the cars we will be getting, initially, for the Sugarhouse line. The
company that produces these is based in Portland and they are just
taking them around to a few cities in the country showing what
American made transit vehicles look like. The cars are currently
70% American made, and with a new propulsion system that this exact
car will be getting they will be 90% American made. This actual car
will return to Portland and be used in its Street Car system.

The cars are more nimble than light rail, allow for better movement
through traffic and tighter turns, they articulate in two spots. The
middle section is platform height on entry and the the ends have three
stairs at the entry(like trax).

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I was just downtown as well. The visibility
is insane right now, even up at the University of Utah!








Gallivan Center ice skating!

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Salt Lake City - University of Utah - Update, Eccles School of Business Project


Rendering's Link: http://www.okland-const.com/projectD...?id=350&cid=19

This modern 5 level building will serve as a campus landmark as well as meeting the needs of the U of U Business
School. It features a 4 story atrium with a wood slat wall representing the local canyons. The wall will angle in
multiple directions as it ascends up from the main level. Various classrooms, offices, café, and auditorium are
contained within the 182,680 square feet. Also featured is an outdoor patio on the second level. Not only will the
patio serve as outdoor seating for the Café but it will also include permanent landscaping. The exterior will be clad
with terra cotta and features 63 foot high columns angled at 10 degrees supporting the upper level. This new building
will achieve a Leed Silver certification. Relocation of campus medium voltage and communication lines will also be
performed including the splicing of a 12,000 pair communication line.

OWNER INFORMATION: University of Utah
ARCHITECT INFORMATION: MHTN Architects
PROJECT LOCATION: Salt Lake City, UT.
PROJECT SIZE: 182,680 SF


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City Creek names new retail general manager

http://www.deseretnews.com/article/7...l-manager.html

SALT LAKE CITY — The brain trust of the much-anticipated City Creek Center has its newest member.

Taubman Centers, owner and operator of the retail portion of the City Creek development, announced Wednesday that Linda Wardell has been named general manager of retail operations for the landmark downtown project, effective next month.

"I'm very excited about the opportunity to move to Salt Lake City," she said. "I'm the luckiest general manager in the world to be involved with this project."...



City Creek Project construction in Salt Lake City, Utah, Monday, Oct. 25, 2010. (Ravell Call, Deseret News, KSL-TV Chopper 5)

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Salt Lake City - Various University of Utah Projects - Updates,

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Photo Update 12/16

Pharmacy Addition- Sill basement and foundation work





Legacy Housing


Gramoll Construction





Business Building

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USTAR and Cooling Plant




USTAR



Brick


Glass





Huntsman Cancer Institute expansion



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Artists rendering of new headquarters for Questar. (EDA Architects, Inc.)

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Okay... you made me snort Diet Coke through my nose on that one!

I felt buoyed enough to grab my camera and take a couple of shots out of my very gritty office windows of the new Questar project. Sorry for the sun glare, but that's what you get for the soda burn in my nose!








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Couple of shots of 222 S Main at Christmas time.





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Downtown - Jazz/NBA Arena Project

I've always held that the Jazz have one of the best looking buildings in the NBA. It's great to see these new updates and improvements added.

Newly remodeled EnergySolutions Arena a treat for fans - Project includes pubs, kids play area, Fanzz stores — and more ice cream.

http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/money/5...arena.html.csp

Ice cream was not far from managers’ minds when remodeling began on Energy-Solutions Arena early last summer.

And on Friday, during a tour of the just-completed $4 million project, it was clear that ice cream lovers will not be disappointed.

With the new additions of commercial space, fans now may choose from pubs offering a variety of meals and beverages, exclusive dining areas overlooking the arena and even a play area for children needing a break after the intensity of a Jazz fourth-quarter run.



(Paul Fraughton | The Salt Lake Tribune) Utah Jazz President Randy Rigby shows off the new Coors Light Legends Club inside the Energy Solutions Arena on Friday,December 17, 2010


(Paul Fraughton | The Salt Lake Tribune) Vice President of Food Services at Energy Solutions Arena, Mark Stedman, tries out a soft serve yogurt and ice cream store in the newly remodeled venue on Friday,December 17, 2010Photo 7 of 7»«close gallery


(Paul Fraughton | The Salt Lake Tribune) A Fanzz outlet inside the newly remodeled Energy Solutions Arena on Friday,December 17, 2010 Photo 2 of 7»«close gallery

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I was downtown for Taubman yesterday but I grabbed this shot and some of 222 S Main as well to post on the threads.

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New North Temple Viaduct & Light Rail To Airport Project


The North Temple viaduct, a major connector between the core
of Utah's capital city and points west.



This artist's rendering shows a rebuilt North
Temple viaduct looking south toward The Gateway with FrontRunner
going under the overpass and the airport TRAX line extending across
the viaduct, with total cost of the remake set at $71 million. Source:
Utah Transit Authority


The $71 million rebuild is a key part of Utah Transit Authority's future
light-rail TRAX line to Salt Lake City's International Airport. That project
is projected to cost $350 million.

The new structure will descend at 400 West instead of 300 West,
Carpenter said, with a built-in TRAX lane, security lighting, bike and pedestrian
paths, and a transfer station where riders can switch between FrontRunner and TRAX.



Deseret News


Deseret News

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I just wanted to add to what SLCdude took care of this month in documenting the progress of the N. Temple Viaduct.

City Creek relocation update:

My previous pictures:




The pictures I took today:






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East Bench - Salt Lake City - Utah Museum of Natural History Project


e-architect, Development by Polshek Partnership


e-architect, Development by Polshek Partnership


e-architect, Development by Polshek Partnership




Museum deal raises $1.2 million, preserves oak forest

http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/home/50...ement.html.csp

The Utah Museum of Natural History will set aside a piece of nature at its Research Park location in a deal that nets the state $1.2 million and keeps a gambol-oak-covered slice of the Wasatch foothills free of pavement in perpetuity.

The University of Utah will sell a conservation easement on 5.27 acres near the museum’s new copper-clad home under a deal U. trustees approved Tuesday. The boot-shaped parcel fronts Colorow Drive and wraps around the south and west of the museum’s parking lot. It will preserve foot paths between the Bonneville Shoreline Trail and Colorow, where officials hope to develop a trailhead...


(Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune) The Utah Museum of Natural History site from Colorow Drive, in Research Park, Wednesday, December 15, 2010. An anonymous donor has given the U. $1 million to purchase a conservation easement for the scrub oak grove to the west and south of the new Utah Museum of Natural History site.

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If you haven't already, make sure you check out Comrade Reynold's new thread of Salt Lake City. Fantastic set of pics!

http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=187118

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Census: Utah grows faster than 47 states -
Population jumps by more than half a million this decade, a 24% increase

http://www.deseretnews.com/article/7...47-states.html

..."We're part of this long slow shift of population from the Northeast of our nation and the Midwest of our nation to the South and the West," she said. "People look at Utah as a place of opportunity."...

Kiplinger Reports: Ten Best Cities Of The Next Decade: Salt Lake City, Utah - The talent pool is deep and costs are low in our number-five pick for Best Cities for the Next Decade.

By Jenney Nalevanko


Two years ago, David Flynn owned a business that produced a hot memory drive and employed ten people. A California venture-capital firm tried to lure him to Silicon Valley, but he stayed put and raised $111 million from a host of other top venture firms. Now he employs 250 people who make those drives and is looking to hire more. “We’ve been rewarded for sticking to our guns,” says Flynn.

Talent is key to building a company, and CEO Flynn says that one of Salt Lake City’s secrets is Utah’s “very educated and deep talent pool.” Plus, it doesn’t hurt that “our offices are 15 minutes away from four ski resorts.”

In addition to the city’s strong venture-capital community, the Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Development offers loans, grants and training to budding businesses. And the Economic Development Corporation of Utah, a public/private organization, fosters Salt Lake City’s pro-business atmosphere by helping to attract new companies.

And you can’t beat the cost of living and doing business in Salt Lake City. Utah has relatively low wages, taxes and operating costs. In fact, the cost of doing business is the third-lowest in the western U.S. and 18th-lowest in the country.

Salt Lake City is home to the University of Utah, internationally recognized for its research in genetics and health sciences, and a hotbed of new-business creation. “The U” is ranked by one measure as first in the country (along with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology) in launching start-up companies from research-based inventions. “The universities here are more than ivory towers on a hill,” says Jonathan Johnson, president of Internet retailer Overstock.com, which is based in Salt Lake City. Johnson, who hires programmers, mathematicians and statisticians from Utah universities, says the local talent pool is noteworthy for its technical knowledge and outstanding work ethic.

The Salt Lake valley offers a variety of distinctive neighborhoods that boast walking-friendly centers. These hip, diverse districts provide easy access to locally owned retail shops, galleries, restaurants and coffee shops. With the help of the city’s wide, bike-friendly streets, the proximity to such amenities makes it easy to live quite comfortably in these neighborhoods without much need for a car. They provide a small-town feel within steps of the heart of the city.

For those who crave a busier setting, downtown living is about to get a lot more popular. In 2008, Salt Lake’s Downtown Alliance broke ground on the first phase of a revitalization project, City Creek Center, with an estimated price tag of $3 billion. Project leaders hope the City Creek Center will become a lively destination for visitors and residents alike, introducing space for 80 new retailers, a performing-arts theater, fine dining restaurants, and more than 800 residential units. The project also includes plans for a covered pedestrian bridge, joining both sides of Salt Lake City’s Main Street, where the city’s existing businesses will certainly benefit from the additional foot traffic.

VIDEO: Take a Guided Tour of Salt Lake City - http://www.kiplinger.com/video/v.php...688563001.html

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Utah Named A Top 10 Film Making Location In The World...

Filmmaking a big business in Utah

http://www.deseretnews.com/article/7...s-in-Utah.html

... Utah has been named by P3 Update magazine as one of the top 10 movie-making locations in the world. The magazine, a trade journal that deals with "methods, tools, processes of Preproduction, Production and Postproduction," considers a variety of factors, including not only scenery, but also state-offered incentives, workforce, infrastructure and other attractions.

"This is very exciting news for us," says Marshall Moore, director of the Utah Film Commission. "It's always good to be talked about in trade publications. We were excited when P3 named us one of the top 10 in the U.S. To now be listed in the top 10 in the world is fantastic."...


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Salt Lake City Resorts - Development Updates

Canyons Ski Resort

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I was a Rocky hater. Whereas, I really like Becker. I could see voting for him ... if I lived in Salt Lake City.

He reminds me of Gov. Huntsman --- a guy who does a good job keeping everyone happy and not letting the voters polarize into bickering factions.

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Agreed 215, Salt Lake City is in great hands for this coming decade.

Speaking of great leadership, it looks like uber-developer Talisker has every intention of taking the Park City Area in general and the Canyons Resort specifically to the top of the heap in the ski industry. This new hire is a huge coup for the future of the metro's resort development.

Talisker hires private golf and ski club expert

http://www.parkrecord.com/ci_3555691?source=most_viewed

...Thompson has lived in Colorado his entire life, he says, and has headed Vail Resorts Development, the company's real estate arm, for 17 years. During that time, Thompson oversaw Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge and Keystone ski resorts, and helped redevelop Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis Club in Jackson Hole, Wyo., as well as the company's employee housing program...

...Already Thompson feels comfortable in Park City it reminds him of Vail five years ago, he says, though he believes real estate is going to "boom here even more."

While Vail fights Interstate 70, which runs right through its town, he finds Park City feels more like a town.

"Park City's got locals, and tourists and schools and it's got Main Street," he observes. "A lot of people in Vail never go to Vail. They go skiing on Vail's mountain, but they don't go into town much."

Thompson agrees with Talisker's environmentally-sensitive philosophy...

...When it comes to developing property, Thompson's vision is of a unique and architecturally-controlled community. He worries about the "homogenization of America" the look-a-like Main Streets that can, in some cases, also produce look-a-like neighborhoods. At times, towns can look so much alike that, Thompson observes, "you can sometimes go to one ski resort to the next and you don't know one from the other."

It is therefore important that resorts try to keep their personality despite the rush and convenience of other facilities made available, he concludes...

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Salt Lake City Metro - Transit Updates

UTA receives federal funding earlier than expected

http://www.deseretnews.com/article/7...-expected.html

WASHINGTON — The Federal Transit Administration announced Monday that it will advance a total of $182.4 million in New Starts funding to help with seven projects already under way in five states, including in Utah.

The state is expected to get more than $37 million for two separate projects...

...The monies are being paid out earlier than originally expected because of unallocated, leftover funds in the FTA's fiscal year 2010 budget for new construction.

The Utah Transit Authority can now use the extra cash for other projects, including the West Valley and airport TRAX lines, FrontRunner extension to Provo and the planning of a Draper-Sandy TRAX route...



Northern Metro - Kays Crossing - Layton, Utah

Adj. hiking trails and metroscape mountains - Layton, Utah - Population 70,000-plus

Layton project has transit tie-in

http://www.standard.net/topics/const...s-transit-tie#


Future neighborhood of one of Utah Transit's newest TODs. The Farmer's Union Building, a historic building in Layton, Utah, United States, now houses the main branch of the First National Bank of Layton.

LAYTON -- Old downtown is going to get a new building and hundreds of new residents.

Layton city's staff has been interacting with MV Properties, a development firm based in Logan, and the Utah Transit Authority on a transit-oriented development project adjacent to the FrontRunner Layton community rail station...




Layton rail hub spurs transit-oriented development

http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/neighbo...sing.html.csp#


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...The Questar Center will be one of the first LEED Silver energy efficient buildings in downtown Salt Lake. It will
have six floors and 170,000 square feet, and will replace the north half of the parking lot at 175 East 400 South. Parking
is moving underground. Additionally, the new building will include 6,000 square feet of street level retail/restaurant space
and a public plaza. TRAX light rail will be accessible on 400 South.

We think the Questar Center will be a great addition to an increasingly robust and vibrant business district in downtown
Salt Lake City...
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Downtown Projects Continued... Updates, Harmon's full service grocer


An artist's rendering shows the future Harmons grocery store at downtown Salt Lake's City
Creek Center. The store is scheduled to be completed in fall 2011. (Crowell Advertising, Marketing & PR)


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