Fisher Brewing looking to expand its footprint in the Granary

Four years after a group of buddies revived an iconic and dormant brewing brand, Fisher Brewing Co. is looking to expand, more than doubling its footprint in Salt Lake City’s Granary District. The brewery has attracted immense popularity since opening in 2017 at 320 W. 800 S. in Salt Lake City’s Granary neighborhood. So much […]

BSL panel to address infill development: balancing density, affordability, and preservation

Growth. Affordability. Preservation. Cultural capital. Density.  The Salt Lake City region is struggling to manage its success over the last two decades, since hosting the Olympic Winter Games in 2002, in attracting new residents and investment. Growth has brought residents and policy makers to a number of challenging crossroads. Upcoming choices will shape the city […]

What happened to Trolley Square’s big residential development plans?

In changing times for retail, it’s not surprising that the owners of Trolley Square shopping center have been focusing on the success of the business spaces carved into the historic streetcar barns between 600 and 700 East, 500 and 600 South in Salt Lake City’s Central City neighborhood. Just four years ago, the mall’s owner […]

Builders would replace four homes with 30 new ones in latest North Temple project

Four single-family homes would be replaced by 30 townhomes under a new proposal that would bring several rarities to Salt Lake City’s North Temple corridor. Nearly half of the east side of Chicago Street between South Temple and North Temple would be replaced by 30 single-family attached townhomes in four buildings.  The project is the […]

Salt Lake City to lose more historic homes amid development frenzy

“These are Tear down dwellings that are necessary to build future apartment or condo buildings,” says the property listing for 419 East 100 South in Salt Lake City’s East Central neighborhood, just steps from Downtown. The announcement highlights 419 E 100 S, known as the Weir House, at $1 million, but stipulates that “This building […]

Here’s how 9th & 9th landed the most famous Utah whale in 150 years

It didn’t have to be this way. In fact, for a few weeks near the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, it wasn’t. That’s when the Salt Lake City Art Design Board, empowered with making recommendations on substantial pieces of public art, debated what look and feel residents and visitors would experience when entering the 9th […]

In pictures: Downtown construction pushes skyward – an update

As the calendar turns to August, here’s a look at the current state of some of the active project sites in Downtown Salt Lake City. Liberty Sky and 95 State. Photos by Luke Garrott 255 S. State – on the block to the south of Liberty Sky. Photo by Luke Garrott Paperbox Lofts, between 300 […]