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Downtown Adj. - Salt Lake City Int. Airport




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Possibly good news for SLC. There's some weird stock-purchasing agreement going on between Delta, Air France - KLM, and China Eastern to purchase stock in Virgin Atlantic. Virgin isn't a member of SkyTeam but it sounds like delta and its associates are pushing virgin towards joining. The incorporation of China Eastern may mark a good sign for SLC - flights to and from Shanghai? And possibly flights on Virgin Atlantic to LHR considering that Virgin isn't in an alliance yet? - This will open up slots at LHR for skyteam which has traditionally been very expensive to purchase spots at. I don't really understand the specifics of the deal and regulatory approval is still required but considering that it involves SkyTeam hopefully its good news for Salt Lake.


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Delta, Air France-KLM, Virgin Atlantic, and China Eastern have announced a billion-dollar mega-deal

Benjamin Zhang
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27 July 2017

"On Thursday, Delta Air Lines and China Eastern Airlines announced that they have each purchased 10% of Air France-KLM.

Delta and China Eastern's stake in Air France-KLM comes in the form of new shares from capital increases valued at $875 million.

In addition, Air France-KLM has agreed to purchase a 31% stake in Virgin Atlantic Airways from Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Group valued at $287 million...."

"In 2012, Delta acquired a 49% stake in Virgin Atlantic Airways from Singapore Airlines in a deal worth $360 million.

In 2015, Delta acquired 3.2% of China Eastern Airlines for $450 million."


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Downtown Update - 600 Lofts


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/upda...ects-underway/

The 600 Lofts project is mostly complete with the building’s east wing already open to tenants. The six-story Lofts, on the 600 South block of State State, consist of
274 residential units and will be workforce housing, reserved for residents earning around 60 percent AMI. The project is just over a block from the Courthouse TRAX station.



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The northeast corner of the 600 Lofts as seen from State Street. Photo by Isaac Riddle.

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Downtown Update - North Fourth Apartments


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/upda...ects-underway/

The first phase of the North Fourth Apartments, on the 300 North block of 500 West, is nearly framed out. The first phase consists of a six-story building with 112 one and two-bedroom apartments, 81 of which will be income restricted units that will include a mix of units available for residents earning between 25 and 50 percent of the Area Median Income (AMI). The project is directly west of the 4th West and Hardware District development, the largest market-rate residential project underway in Salt Lake City. The North Fourth is just over a block away from from the North Temple/Guadalupe TRAX and FrontRunner Stations.


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The northeast corner of the first phase of the North Fourth Apartments. Photo by Isaac Riddle.

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Downtown Update - Bodhi Apartments


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/upda...ects-underway/

The Bodhi is just under 50 percent framed out. The project, on the 700 West block of South Temple, will be five stories with 80 residential units, 20 of which will be market rate with the remaining 60 units reserved as affordable units. Of those sixty units, five units will be reserved for the chronically homeless, nine units will go to persons diagnosed with mental illness and nine will go to individuals with a mobility disability. The remaining units will be reserved for individuals or families earning at or below 50 percent of the Area Median Income. The Bodhi is within two blocks from the North Temple/Guadalupe TRAX station and the Jackson/Euclid Station.


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The southwest corner of the Bodhi Apartments as seen from South Temple. Photo by Isaac Riddle.

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Downtown Update - Hoyt Place Development


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/comm...nfill-project/

...“The Hoyt Place proposed development is a great of example of infill development that is needed in the city,” said Robinson. “The depth of these lots turns into a weed patch, a fire hazard. If we are going to have infill development in the city then it requires us to go into these areas and assemble what we are doing in Hoyt Place.”

Zoning map for the 800 West block of Hoyt Place. All three phases of the Hoyt Place development will be built on the parcels zoned SR-3. Image courtesy Salt Lake City planning documents.

Robinson’s company, City Block, wants to build ten, for sale single-family homes, with four detached and six attached homes. Each home would be two stories with a ground floor garage. The detached homes will have a 1,166 square foot footprint, with three bedrooms and two and one-half bathrooms. The attached homes will have a 954 square foot footprint with two bedrooms and two and one-half bathrooms.

The developers intend to keep the homes relatively affordable with homes starting at $260,000...



Rendering of the first phase of the Hoyt Place development. Image courtesy Salt Lake City planning documents.


Aerial rendering of the first phase of the Hoyt Place development. Image courtesy Salt Lake City planning documents.

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Downtown Update - Year-Round Public Market


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/publ...r-realization/

...Council member Charlie Luke asked the study team to add an option that includes affordable housing and said he would be willing to explore allowing for greater building height and the elimination of parking requirements to see affordable housing included. The proposed location for the market is in the Downtown Warehouse/Residential District zone (D-3) which allows for building heights up to 85 feet through the Conditional Building and Site Design Review process...

...“It is a unique opportunity because of its proximity to the Intermodal Hub,” said Luke...



Conceptual rendering of a year-round public market as seen from 500 West. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.


Conceptual rendering of a year-round public market as seen from 300 South. Image courtesy Salt Lake City public documents.

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Downtown Update - Barnes Bank Site Redevelopment


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/city...nes-bank-site/

Residential and commercial space is coming to the Civic Campus. On Thursday, Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski announced her selection of Downtown SLC Partners LLC’s request for proposal (RFP) for the Barnes Bank 400 South Project in downtown Salt Lake City.

The selected proposal, called The Exchange, will cover 2.24 acres on the 300 East block of 400 South. The property formerly held Barnes Bank and Salt Lake Roasting Company. The project calls for two buildings with a mix of housing, retail, coworking and incubator space.

The site sits adjacent to a TRAX line and represents the city’s decades-long plan to bring more residential and commercial development to the area surrounding the Civic Campus, anchored by the Public Safety Building and the City Library...



Conceptual rendering of the northwest corner of The Exchange. Image courtesy Salt Lake City.


Conceptual rendering of the southwest corner of The Exchange. Image courtesy Salt Lake City.

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Downtown Adj. - Central Ninth District - Construction Begins On Ruby Townhomes


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/cons...nhome-project/

With a housing crisis underway, Salt Lake City is in need of more for-sale housing stock. The city’s growing number of missing middle housing means more formerly single-family parcels are being converted to higher-density housing.

Preliminary construction has started on The Ruby, a 12-unit townhome project on the 800 South block of West Temple in the Central Ninth Neighborhood. The project consists of four, three-story buildings and replaces three formerly single-family lots on 0.4 acres... each home will be approximately 2000 square-feet and will have three bedrooms, three and one-half bathrooms. The townhomes will front West Temple while the garages will be accessed via a driveway behind the homes. The home’s main entrances and ground floor flexible live/work space will front West Temple with second-floor large sliding doors that will open to balconies fronting the street. The project will also include a landscaped walkway connecting West Temple to the rear alleyway.

...The Ruby is one of four for-sale residential projects in development in Central Ninth...



Rendering of The Ruby townhomes as seen from West Temple. Image courtesy Salt Lake planning documents.


Preliminary construction work has started at the site of The Ruby. Photo by Isaac Riddle.

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Downtown Update - 4th West Apartments Officially Open


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/4th-...ficially-open/

...As has become the trend, 4th West opened in sections with tenants moving into the north wing last fall. The mixed-use residential building is large, occupying the bulk of the site’s 7.3
acres. The five-story building (six if you count the rooftop fitness center and event space), holds nearly 500 residential units...Half of 4th West’s residential units are two bedrooms, with
the remaining units a mix of studio and one-bedroom apartments. Based on bedroom count, if each bedroom was occupied by just one person there would be 746 people living in 4th West
when the building is fully leased out; that’s over 100 people per acre...Vegh describes the 4th West Apartments as an urban resort. Apart from the bar, most of the amenities are centralized
at the rooftop level. The large pool, with uninterrupted views of the downtown skyline and the Wasatch Mountains, is surrounded by cabanas, the type common in resort-style hotels. The
rooftop level also includes a full-service fitness center and outdoor sport court that overlooks downtown. Additional rooftop amenities include a test kitchen and large clubhouse that can be
rented out for events...

...The development also represents a new reality for Salt Lake City, a booming economy that is bringing in out of state workers that are used to paying higher rents than the locals. England
estimates that about 70 percent of the 4th West’s tenants are from out of state...Rents depend on the unit type, of which 4th West offers 16 different unit designs. Rents range from $1,250
for a studio to $4,810 for a deluxe two-bedroom apartment...



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View of the downtown Salt Lake skyline from the 4th West Apartments roof deck. Photo by Isaac Riddle.

...There are 761 residential units under construction within a block of the 4th West Apartments. The project is part of the larger Hardware District that will add 409 residential units directly
south of 4th West. Just a half-block to the east on North Temple is the site of the under-construction, Skyhouse Apartments, a six-story building with 240 residential units. Just west of
4th West, on the 300 North block of 500 West, is the North Fourth project, a six-story, 112 unit affordable housing development...


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Rooftop sport court at the 4th West Apartments. Photo by Isaac Riddle.


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Downtown Adj.- West Station Apts., Phase I A Big Success. Phase II, already under construction


Isaac Riddle Reports, http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/in-p...o-north-temple. The West Station Apartments consists of 145 residential units... The project is in close proximity to the 1940 West North Temple TRAX Station and directly east of the Sutherland’s Lumber store, near the North Temple and Redwood Road intersection. The developers plan to construct a pedestrian path to connecting residents to the retail and TRAX Station on North Temple...Construction of the West Station Apartments, the first North Temple TSA (Transit Station Area) project to be constructed west of Interstate-15 since the Airport TRAX line opened in 2013, is completed.

Several acres of vacant land surround the development to the east and the south. If West Station is a success, the adjacent parcels will be the next phase of development for the North Temple/Redwood Road corridor.


Phase I is completed and open for occupancy.



Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/pict...temple-rising/

The success of Phase I has led to the quick follow up of Phase II, now under construction.
...Pictured below, The West Station second phase will consist of 148 units and will look similar to the first phase of the West Station development...


The northeast corner of the second phase of the West Station Apartments as seen from Redwood Road. Photo by Isaac Riddle.

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Downtown Adj. - Orange St. Apartments & North Temple Flats Apartments


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/pict...temple-rising/

...A residential node is emerging on the along North Temple in Salt Lake City’s west side. Three large residential developments are under construction in the area surrounding the 1940 W. North Temple Station...

Three projects are underway, the North Temple Flats, Orange Street Apartments and the second phase of the West Station Apartments(pictured on previous post above).
The three projects will add a combined 581 units...

Orange Street Apartments pictured below, will consist of two buildings with 265 residential units. The units will all be market rate with 26 studio, 184 one-bedroom and 53 two-bedroom units.


Orange Street Apartments

Aerial rendering of the Orange Street Apartments. Image courtesy Architecture Belgique.



The Orange Street Apartments as seen from the North Temple Light Rail line. Photo by Isaac Riddle.


The rear building in the Orange Street Apartments development as seen from Orange Street. Photo by Isaac Riddle.



North Temple Flats

North Temple Flats will consist of three buildings and will be a mixed-income project with 168 residential units 70 of which will be market-rate units and 98 affordable units.


Bottom of picture, Aerial rendering of the North Temple Flats Apartments. Image courtesy Architecture Belgique.

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Downtown Adj. - Trolley Sq. District - Liberty Blvd. Apartments Project


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I was recently looking up availability in some newer SLC / Milcreek apartments and nearly everything was booked, many of them with no vacancies for months.
The market seems to be crazy strong right now in this area.
This project will include 267 residential units and 4,000 square feet of ground floor commercial space. The three plus acre project will be a block long,
with street frontage on both 400 and 500 South and 700 East between X Wives Place and Ruby River Steakhouse.



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Liberty Blvd along 400 South and 700 East.

400 South frontage that will include ground-level retail.


700 East frontage

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Downtown Update - 4th and 4th Apartments


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This development will be seven stories with five floors of residential above a two-story parking structure.
Instead of ground floor retail, a clubhouse and fitness center will occupy the corner space where 400 South and 400 East intersect. Four live/work units will occupy the
ground level on 400 South and the lobby and main entrance will front 400 East.

The project will consist of 213 residential units. The units will be mostly a mix of one and two bedrooms. The development will include three podium-level courtyards that will provide open
space for tenants and amenities including a pool and jacuzzi...



Rendering of the 4th and 4th Apartments as designed by Tuttle and Associates. Image courtesy Salt Lake City.


4th and 4th Apartments rising

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Downtown Update - Encore Apartments


The newly completed 189-unit, Encore Apartment building along 400 South between Denver Street and 500 East.

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Downtown Update - The Patrinely Project - International Training Center Reserves Floors


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...I did some digging and did find the following:

Utah Surgical, Interventional and Medical Simulation Center

http://utahsimscenter.com/index.html

From what I can tell, Utah SIMS @ 650 will take 2 complete floors (based on the floorplans).

This is what I have found so far. I haven't seen anything in the news yet about this, but should expect it soon with it opening in just over 2 years...



http://utahsimscenter.com/

The Salt Lake Tribune - Mike Gorrell Reporting http://www.sltrib.com/home/5329000-1...-office?page=1

Salt Lake City's downtown district will extend farther to the south soon with a 10-story office building on the southwestern corner of 600 South and Main Street.

The Patrinely Group, a national real estate development firm based in Houston, formally announced plans Wednesday for 650 Main, the name given to the 320,000-square-foot structure
that will be built on part of what has been a parking lot south of Little America Hotel.

And, if market conditions live up to Patrinely's expectations and 650 Main fills with tenants, a second similar structure will replace the rest of the parking lot and a coffee shop on the
southeastern corner of 600 South and West Temple. A parking structure surrounded by trees would link the office buildings


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Block 22: 600 South Main Street & West Temple Street.

Two 10-story office buildings. 330,000 sq.ft. of office space each building.
900 parking stalls each parking structure.
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Downtown Adj. - The Moda at Granary Place


Isaac Riddle Reports - Full Article @ http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/upda...ects-underway/

The Moda at Granary Place: Like the Bodhi, the Moda at Granary Place
is about 50 percent framed out. The five-story building at the intersection
of 300 West and 700 South will consist of 134 residential units with a mix
of 20 studios, 70 one bedroom units and 44 two bedroom units. All units
will be reserved for residents earning up to 60 percent of the Area
Median Income (currently set at $30,350 for a household of one and
$34,680 for a two-person household).



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The southwest corner of the Moda at Granary Place as seen from 700 South. Photo by Isaac Riddle.

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Downtown, Looking Northwest from above Library Square.

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Downtown, Looking Northwest from above Library Square.

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Since you are new to the forum I'll assume that you're possibly unacquainted with some of its features. Please go to the General Contents page http://skyscraperpage.com/forum/index.php Then, click onto the Compilation Thread http://skyscraperpage.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=87
You will see three headings to the right, one of which gives the number of views that each city category has accumulated. I haven't tracked the number in quite some time, but it will typically range anywhere from 300 to 600 hits a day. Sometimes, as many as 1,000. If I update on a daily basis, and there are projects that people find particularly interesting, then the number of views will quickly grow. Projects like the new 111 S. Main Tower/Regent St./ Eccles Theatre development, or the City Creek development tend to generate a lot of traffic.

Unlike the Mountain West forum of Denver, Salt Lake City, and Boise respectively, many cities on this Compilation Thread use it as their main discussion forum. Salt Lake City does not, and never has. I use it simply to copy and paste from the local forum those projects currently in proposal and development. Apparently, many find the pictures entertaining enough that several hundred on any given day will hit the thread and view it. For practically the entire existence of the thread, it has ranked at number nine out of fifty for total number of views.

For some time now the general Salt Lake City area has been one of the hottest job and growth markets in the country. For those who frequent the Skyscraper Forum and are just curious, or like many looking for career changes and different places to relocate, this is a handy tool, which also often dispels a lot of misconceptions of Salt Lake City proper itself. I've received enough private messages and requests for further clarifications to know this is the case .

There are thousands of new residential units being added to the Downtown and Central Salt Lake market yearly. Each week it seems as if multiple new major residential projects are proposed, commence construction, or are completed. The huge Hardware Village project alone, along with the many tandem projects it is generating, is transforming an entire sector of the city as if overnight. Developers estimated that 70% percent of those moving into the most recently completed portions were from out of state.

For whatever the reason, hundreds view it daily, and that's reason enough for me to keep it updated.

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