Greater Salt Lake

Ogden ranked the most diverse city in Utah

December 5, 2016 Isaac Riddle

There is ample evidence that a region’s diversity across multiple demographics has a direct impact on its economic output as diverse cities and metros tend to perform better economically. According to a report by the financial […]

Greater Salt Lake

Salt Lake City population growth stalled in 2014

May 21, 2015 Isaac Riddle

Suburban communities continued to lead the population growth along the Wasatch Front, while Salt Lake City experienced a slight population decline, according to the 2014 population estimates released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau. Suburban, South Jordan’s […]

Salt Lake City

Summer 2015 will be transit oriented

May 18, 2015 Isaac Riddle

Salt Lake City’s summer festival season officially kicked off over the weekend with the Urban Flea Market, Rose Park Community Festival and the 30th Annual Living Traditions Festival.  For residents, the City’s festivals are an […]

Developments

Sandy unveil its downtown version 2.0

November 25, 2014 Isaac Riddle

Over five years since plans for a city center focused around signature towers fell apart, the city of Sandy has regrouped and unveiled The Cairns, its new 20-year master plan, that calls for a more […]

Developments

UTA officially enters the development arena

September 30, 2014 Isaac Riddle

The Utah Transit Authority broke ground yesterday on its first Transit Orientated Development (TOD) in Sandy near the 10000 South TRAX station.   The $46 million first phase of the project, called East Village, includes a […]