Two mixed-use residential projects, Izzy South and Sugarhouse Village (the Snelgrove Ice Cream site), had their cases approved unanimously by the Salt Lake City Planning Commission Wednesday night. Izzy South Izzy South, at 534 E 2100 South, brought High Boy Ventures and ajc architects in front of the commission for the second time, responding to […]
Three buildings and a handful more proposals promise to dramatically shift the city’s urban footprint south, across several car-centric state roads and out of the Central Business District.
In-N-Out Burger is bringing its 10th Utah restaurant to Salt Lake City, adding the cult-status drive-thru to a car-centric portion of the Ballpark neighborhood near State Street and 2100 South. The location at 61 East 2100 South will replace a Burger King and the now-demolished Sconecutter restaurant, a legendary SLC late-night munchies magnet that suffered […]
Salt Lake City’s Downtown has long since entered a residential building boom, and we now know details about the next project that will add to the city’s rapidly changing skyline. Retailers in the existing two-story building on the northeast corner of 200 East 300 South told us months ago they faced eviction by this summer. […]
It’s been called the tail that wags the dog of housing design. An insidious driver of high cost. An incentive to auto-dependence and an enemy of urban design. Off-street parking requirements for new developments. At its work session this week, the Salt Lake City Council will consider the Planning Division’s new omnibus parking ordinance, which […]
The property that became ground zero for a state law enforcement-led affront on people experiencing homelessness in Downtown Salt Lake City has been sold to a local developer, a year after the state demolished the shelter that long sat on the property. The sale, while expected, caps off a years long and state-led approach of […]
Will ADUs be allowed statewide in Utah? Momentum seems to be building.
Harvey Milk Boulevard (900 South) just east of State Street will see more high-quality, incremental infill with a mixed-use development that will reuse and heighten the current Huddart Floral building at 156 East 900 South. Maven Lofts, the latest mixed-use project by Watcke development, will add 57 units on the site, expanding the existing 1963 […]
The Depot District north of 200 South continues its residential explosion with The Huxley, a 258-unit market-rate project to be built at the NW corner of 100 South and 600 West. In an area known for its warehouses, railyards, nightlife, and transient population, ae urbia architects have designed an eight-story, six-over-two-podium building. It will provide […]
While keeping his plans a pleasant surprise, Coachman’s owner wants the city to rezone his State Street properties
The owner is now asking the city to rezone his properties into a zoning that would allow for a range of new developments. Only then would he make public what he has in mind.