New and Proposed Development​

People who bought memberships in the Wasatch co-op were buying into a cause around opening a local market that existed in name only.
Rocky Mountain Power has taken the first steps towards entitlements needed to redevelop its office, energy production, and storage yard facilities anchored at 1407...
We now have details about the next project to move Downtown’s footprint south. The project would bring 214 new homes with 10,100 square feet...
Salt Lake City, prepare to play host. It’s not just residents who will be spending more time on the streets Downtown, a series of...

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Ongoing Development

With nearly 650 feet of street frontage, the Village at North Station (1925 W N Temple) will be playing more than a couple of...
The family proposing to turn its shuttered diner and dated office space into mixed-use condos has revised its plans after intense criticism from the...
Ten months after submitting their original plans for a high-rise residential building near Downtown Salt Lake City, developers are asking for approval for a...
We took these photos this afternoon. Tomorrow looks like it will be all over for the physical structure of Pantages Utah Theater. It will...

Public Policy

As the number of people living in Downtown Salt Lake City continues to grow by the thousands, city leaders seem serious about continuing their...
The proposed changes aren’t all about making taller buildings. The city aims to accommodate growth in the Downtown area and create more safe, livable public spaces at the same time. 
A new proposal for accessory dwelling units (ADUs) was released this week at city hall, a story we are following as a part of...
The Salt Lake City Council is sitting on a stack of major policy updates awaiting a final decision, and the list is about to...