Central City

Commission approves Cowboy’s updated design

July 8, 2016 Isaac Riddle

Work sessions with the Historic Landmark Commission (HLC) may become more popular now that the Commission approved a major alterations, demolition and new construction request for the Liberty Square apartments, a project by Cowboy Partners near the […]

Central City

Cowboy seeks input from HLC on proposed project

June 2, 2016 Isaac Riddle

Developers are discovering that meeting the expectations of the Historic Landmark Commission (HLC) is not guaranteed.  Garbett Homes went before the HLC four consecutive times before the Commission approved the design and new construction for the Hardison […]

Central City

Stanza opens up the restaurant to the city

May 6, 2016 Isaac Riddle

Joel LaSalle, of Main Course Management, has been most recently known for converting historic renovations into modern, vibrant spaces.  But for LaSalle’s most recent project, the Stanza Italian Bistro and Wine Bar, the restaurateur decided to completely […]

Central City

GREENbike continues to expand

May 5, 2016 Isaac Riddle

Trolley Square is now more connected.  Thursday morning city leaders and representatives from UTA and GREENbike, Salt Lake’s nonprofit bike share, officially opened the Google Fiber Station at Trolley Square, near the entrance to Whole Foods on […]

Central City

HLC approves South Temple project

April 8, 2016 Isaac Riddle

A long-vacant lot on one of Salt Lake’s most historic streets is one step closer to be developed.  After three failed attempts, representatives from Garbett Homes finally got the approvals needed to build the Hardison […]

Central City

Trolley Square developer addresses residents

April 6, 2016 Isaac Riddle

Residents of the Central City Neighborhood Council (CCNC) got their chance Wednesday to speak directly to developer Khosrow Semnani, during the council’s monthly meeting.  In front of a sizeable crowd, Semnani presented his plans to develop […]

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