Affordable housing to replace Bricks club building in Depot District

At 200 South and 600 West, a key axis of Salt Lake City’s west Downtown, only one corner has an active use. The Depot District warehouse best known as Bricks club, on the southeast at 579 W 200 S, was an LGBTQ-friendly space with independent live music. It was also known as Club Sound and […]

South Salt Lake approves a car dealership in its “new downtown”

A few years after creating a vision for what it said would be its new Downtown, South Salt Lake is making way for another car-oriented business. The City Council unanimously moved to allow an Audi dealership at Truman Avenue and State Street, the south end of what it calls its new Downtown.  While the agreement […]

In pictures: North Temple construction update

The North Temple transit corridor continues to see transformative development. Here are three projects that are contributing to a changing west side in Salt Lake City. At the site of a former bank at 940 W. North Temple, Greenprint Fairpark is getting its podium poured. OZ Development has also been expanding their Greenprint micro-unit transit-oriented […]

Salt Lake City planners have about 30 minutes a day for the big stuff

You’d think the capital city in one of the country’s fastest-growing states would have a team of planners working on the big things. Whether that’s studying the appropriate height limits for buildings in the Downtown core (many on the City Council believe they should be taller), or working with neighborhoods to create new zoning that […]