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Commission approves extra height for downtown project

Posted 02.24.17 by Isaac Riddle

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.


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Developer wants to build two office towers downtown

Posted 02.13.17 by Isaac Riddle

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.


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Commission approves project west of the Gateway

Posted 01.25.17 by Isaac Riddle

Downtown’s westward expansion continues with another multifamily residential project proposed for the area directly west of the Gateway.  The project, West Gateway Commons, is moving forward after the Salt Lake City Planning Commission approved the developer’s planned development request during last Wednesday’s commission meeting...


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Artspace opens new development in the Depot District

Posted 01.12.17 by Isaac Riddle

The first phase of the Station Center development area is officially open.  City officials joined representatives from Artspace to for a ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the completion of the Macaroni Flats a mixed-use development on the 200 South block of 500 West.

“This was not an easy project,” said Artspace President Jessica Norie...


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Five projects to watch in 2017

Posted 01.04.17 by Isaac Riddle

If the construction cranes weren’t indication enough, 2016 was a big year in Salt Lake City development.  The Eccles Theater and 111 Main buildings opened bringing more energy to Main Street with hundreds of new workers and patrons to downtown.  By the year’s end, over 3,800 residential units were under construction in the capital city. But 2017 could be an even busier year for urban growth...


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