With a housing crisis underway, Salt Lake City is in need of more for-sale housing stock. The city’s growing number of missing middle housing means more formerly single-family parcels are being converted to higher-density housing. […]
On Tuesday, the Salt Lake City Council acting as the board of directors of the Redevelopment Agency of Salt Lake City, unanimously approved the adoption of the Granary District Adaptive Reuse Program. City officials originally approved the […]
Salt Lake Officials gathered in front of the Fisher Brewery on Wednesday to announce a partnership with the office of Economic Development and the nonprofit, National Main Street Center, to revitalize two Salt Lake City neighborhoods. […]
The 800 South block of 200 West in the Central Ninth neighborhood will soon test the city’s demand for smaller living in transit-friendly neighborhoods. Two project’s under construction, the Greenprint Apartments and Jefferson Walkway cottage homes will […]
With rising rents and a low rental vacancy rate, many people wanting to relocate to the city are having difficulty finding quality housing options within their budget. Developer Steve Ruf, of Ruf Associates, sees micro apartments […]
Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker with City Transportation Director Robin Hutcheson officially unveil Tuesday morning a new High-Intensity Activated Crosswalk Beacon (HAWK) pedestrian signal at 2600 E. Sunnyside Ave. that connects the North Hogle […]
A formerly vacant lot in the East Central neighborhood is finding new life as construction is underway on the Arlington Park development, six townhomes on 800 South near 1100 East. The townhomes will be two-stories […]
The dominant message from Glendale residents, a neighborhood on Salt Lake’s west side, at Tuesday’s Salt Lake City council meeting, was that residents want a cleaner and safer neighborhood.