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Life on State involves everyone in the community to build a desirable urban district to live, work and play. Salt Lake City and South Salt Lake are working together for positive change as our region continues to grow and develop.
The Salt Lake City Planning Commission determined that 85 feet is an appropriate height for a proposed residential building in the Depot District in downtown’s west side. On Wednesday, the commission unanimously approved a Conditional Building and Site Design Review (CBSDR) for the Pierpont Apartments, proposed for the intersection of Pierpont Avenue and 300 West. The project was approved with the condition that the glass on the ground floor is clear to increase the transparency on the street level.
Downtown Salt Lake’s skyline appears to be extending a bit further south thanks to a proposed office development by Houston-based developers, Patrinely Group. The developers want to build two ten-story office buildings and two seven-story parking structures on the 600 South block of Main Street.