Downtown Rising is a nexus between public and private interests in advancing community goals for Utah's urban center. Downtown stakeholders commit to unfinished projects from the original Downtown Rising vision as we identify new priorities for Utah's Capital City and celebrate 10 years of development in downtown Salt Lake City. Throughout the last decade Salt Lake City has seen a significant increase in development, from City Creek Center to 111 Main, these and other developments have played a crucial role in improving the vibrancy of downtown. The Downtown Alliance is proud to take part in making downtown Salt Lake City a better place to live, work, and play.
Downtown Salt Lake City is Utah's center for innovation and prosperity. Dynamic, welcoming and green - our Capital City belongs to everyone.
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When the LDS Church first announced plans a decade ago to redevelopment the flagging ZCMI Center and Crossroads Malls, the economy was booming and developers were beginning to take a new interest in downtown Salt Lake. But a year into construction, the housing bubble burst and the country entered into the Great Recession, the biggest economic collapse since the Great Depression eight decades earlier...
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The Hardware Village development is large. With over 900 residential units underway, almost one out of every five units currently under construction in the city is part of Hardware Village. The project consists of three residential buildings, the 4th West Apartments, the East and West Village and a proposed commercial building.
The project, just a block north of the Gateway on 400 West, takes up two city blocks from North Temple to 300 North and 400 to 500 West...