New and Proposed Development​

With a design unlikely to help create the “new main street” along North Temple aspired to in the city’s master plan, developers eager to...
On the middle stretch of the North Temple transit corridor, dead space rules at street level.  The Utah State Fairpark’s narrow sidewalk, brick walls...
In a neighborhood sliced by interstate highway corridors and freight rail lines, yet sitting on generous transit station area zoning, an unconventional townhome project...
People who bought memberships in the Wasatch co-op were buying into a cause around opening a local market that existed in name only.

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Ongoing Development

Work Hive, a co-working space that for a decade has served Salt Lakers’ need for flexible office space Downtown, is coming to Sugar House....
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...

Public Policy

Even though you know, through anecdotes and experience, that something is happening doesn’t mean that those impressions are true across the board. The city’s...
Interested in seeing where developers are proposing and building new apartments in Salt Lake, or just want to support a local source of news...
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.