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 271 unit apartment complex. “The building of transit-oriented development is just one way the Wasatch Front can prepare for future […]
The evolution of the area surrounding the intersection of North Temple and 600 West has been well documented.
The Salt Lake City Planning Commission gave a favorable recommendation to five residential neighborhoods seeking local historic district designation.
This week’s photo update focuses on Sugar House where Wasatch Brewery has opened a restaurant called Wasatch Brew Pub in the Vue at Sugar House Crossing.
Clean air and climate change were dominate themes this weekend in downtown Salt Lake. On Saturday, Revolution United hosted the Clean Air Fair at Library Square.
The S-Line Greenway, a mile-long green space and trail from 500 East to McClelland Street, is officially open.
In planning communities, the terms “complete streets” and “road diets” are frequently used when discussing proposed changes to street layouts.
This week’s photo updates focuses on various projects in the Central City area of Salt Lake City (the neighborhood just east of downtown) that are progressing very quickly
Salt Lake City has an abundance of surface parking lots in and near downtown Salt Lake City.
The Salt Lake City Planning Commission approved the master plan for the city’s long-term development, also known as Plan Salt Lake, at Wednesday night’s meeting