Salt Lake City looks to redo its parking requirements

Salt Lake City is considering making its parking ordinance — the requirements developers and businesses must follow when creating retail or residential developments — more granular than the current requirements. That largely means fewer required parking stalls for most new development in much of the city, but more parking for retail and restaurants in some […]

3 residential projects in west Gateway + Depot District continue Downtown building boom

Three modestly-sized residential developments in west Downtown – one under construction, one just approved, and another in preliminary stages – may portend the next wave of multi-family construction in this transitioning area. With the imminent shuttering of the Road Home emergency shelter at 200 S. Rio Grande (450 West) and recent mega-developments along the park […]

Affordable housing to reach a new level at 255 S. State Street in Downtown Salt Lake City

The partially built eyesore of steel girders and graffiti at 255 S. State in the heart of Downtown Salt Lake City – currently an excavated hole capped in concrete – may soon be resolved. Senior representatives from Chicago-based Brinshore Development, one of the largest affordable housing developers in the country, according to Principal David Brint, […]

Distillery and restaurant to open on Salt Lake City’s West Side

Food and beverage options on Salt Lake City’s West Side are about to get a big boost. A new distillery and restaurant/bar in the Euclid neighborhood is putting its final financing pieces in place. Congregation Spirits Distillery and Standard Candle Bar & Grill have purchased property on 900 West just north of the Union Pacific […]

Groundbreaking on Harvest at Marmalade to complete city redevelopment project

ClearWater Homes and Salt Lake City’s Redevelopment Agency threw a party this week to announce the final piece in developing a challenging site in the Marmalade. This unique neighborhood west of Capitol Hill has been transitioning for decades, and many see this project as ensuring the neighborhood’s rebirth. Located on the east side of 300 […]

SLC mayoral candidates to give their thoughts on city transportation Wednesday

Groups concerned with improving the region’s poor air quality through transportation outside of cars will hold a forum to hear where each member in a crowded field of mayoral candidates stands on transportation issues. The forum will take place Wednesday at the Downtown library from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. It will offer the first […]

Two projects to activate dead corners on 200 East + 200 South in East Downtown SLC

Two projects propose to activate two dead corners of a key intersection in East Downtown Salt Lake City while adding hundreds of residents — and hundreds of parking units — to the city’s urban core in the process. The proposed developments center on the corners of 200 East and 200 South, where there’s a parking […]