After multiple setbacks, a plan to redevelop the 27-acre campus of the now-defunct Granite High School in South Salt Lake has been revived. Garbett Homes recently announced updated plans to redevelop the back end of the […]
The greater downtown South Salt Lake area is continuing its transition from manufacturing and light industrial to new residential development. Construction has begun on the S-Line Townhomes, directly south of the S-Line streetcar on 400 […]
Salt Lake City Council recently voted to continue its public hearing on the adoption of the Sugar House Streetcar Corridor Master Plan. The plan calls for a transition to form-based zoning for several parcels along the S-Line Greenway and […]
The city of South Salt Lake has long viewed the streetcar as a critical component to its downtown rebuild, the 235-acre area bounded by 2100 South and Interstate 80 and State Street and Interstate 15. […]
Nearly a decade of planning and surviving the Great Recession, a downtown district is finally beginning sprout in South Salt Lake. Last week Mayor Cherie Wood announced that the city has secured an anchor for […]
The S-Line streetcar has spurred over $400 million of development in the Sugar House Business District surrounding the terminus of the streetcar line. Now nearly two years since the streetcar officially opened, economic development brought […]
South Salt Lake City leaders want to create a downtown that is a regional destination. Trent Fargher wants his brewery, Shades of Pale Brewing, to be a catalyst for downtown development. If Fargher is able […]
The S-Line Greenway, a mile-long green space and trail from 500 East to McClelland Street, is officially open.