Developers propose mixed-income, mixed-use project on the fringe of Downtown

The Downtown periphery would see the addition of another 110 spaces for people to live with a six-story building proposed for 500 East in Central City. The project would continue the ongoing addition of mid- and high-density infill in the Downtown area. It will also have copious parking at a time when the city is […]

Think you know the Utah State Fairpark? You’ll barely recognize it in 15 years

The development future of the North Temple corridor depends in an outsized way on its two largest landholders – Pacificorp (Rocky Mountain Power) and the Utah State Fairpark. Rocky Mountain Power has chosen their master developer, a Pacificorp vice president told the State Fairpark Board last month, and is currently in contract negotiations with the […]

Planning Commission happy with design of residential tower to replace Utah Theater

The Salt Lake City Planning Commission voted 6-1 on Wednesday to approve the design review application for a 390 ft mixed-use 400-unit residential tower at 150 S Main, the site of the Redevelopment Agency-owned former Utah Pantages Theater. The Commission listened to well over an hour of testimony from upwards of 30 callers, a number […]

Developers planning to build 28 townhomes in Marmalade

The buildout of Salt Lake City’s Marmalade neighborhood would continue under a proposal for an area zoned for mixed-use. The TAG 400 townhomes would bring 28 new attached homes to 765 N. 400 W.  The developers need permission to build more units without street frontage and has started the planned development process. If built, it […]

Garden center near Trolley Square looks to grow into a residential project

As Salt Lake City struggles to update its infill ordinances to allow more density, property owners and developers continue to pursue regulatory relief for projects so that they pencil economically.  At 550 South 600 East, adjacent to Trolley Square, Cottonwood Residential and the owners of Western Gardens have submitted to the city a zoning change […]

Builders plan for new rowhomes in Central 9th’s residential-scale zone

The urban enclave known as Central 9th would get four new single-family homes under a proposal that would continue the quick and ongoing build-out of the transit-rich area southwest of Downtown. Three of the new homes in Jefferson Court would be attached, built in a two-story row-home style. Another detached home would be added, and […]