Housing starts for first half of year show multi-family speeding up, single-family resting

          Get Building Salt Lake in your inbox * indicates required     Email Address  *                                                      Housing start numbers from HUD for the first six months of 2022 have posted, and not surprisingly given the rise in interest rates, they show a downturn in single-family construction.   What’s buried […]

August rundown: New food hall, more hotels and rentals on Redwood

          Get Building Salt Lake in your inbox * indicates required     Email Address  *                                                      Between a new bouldering gym facility that opens at 7 a.m. and a new bar that closes at 1 a.m. (on weekends), the Granary District is now an 18-hour neighborhood. And there’s […]

Motel 6 in South Downtown could be replaced by new high-rise

          Get Building Salt Lake in your inbox * indicates required     Email Address  *                                                      The shifting footprint of Downtown Salt Lake City shows no sign of slowing through the potential upcoming recession. The latest example: A low-rate motel on the fringe of the Downtown core would […]

Pioneering spirit alive in south Downtown with 50-unit project on West Temple

          Get Building Salt Lake in your inbox * indicates required     Email Address  *                                                      The two story apartment building at 670 S West Temple completed in 1906 is the last remnant of old Salt Lake on its block. Now mostly parking lots, the block was re-scaled […]