Summer discussion series by Building Salt Lake and The Shop to debut Wed noon

‘Preserving Historic Salt Lake’ the topic How can we grow our city and preserve its soul? The recent loss of ‘naturally occurring’ affordable housing and legacy retail businesses have heightened Salt Lakers’ sensitivity to the need to preserve historic spaces and places. When a once beautiful 100 year old house that’s been a neglected office […]

GUEST OPINION: Backing GREENbike SLC, the underdog in the micromobility race

By David Osokow Whether you’re aware of it or not, Salt Lake City is going through a transportation revolution that seeks to shape the quality of life for residents for decades to come.  At a time when society craves the latest and greatest, worships tech giants and wants faster and more efficient products, the transportation […]

Building Salt Lake Mayoral survey: See where candidates stand on smart growth policy issues

Editors’ note: Candidates are listed in the order which they returned our survey. Two candidates, Richard Goldberger and Rainer Huck, didn’t respond to the survey. Most candidates running to become Salt Lake City’s next mayor aren’t likely to support policies that would require developers to set aside a portion of new apartments for low-income residents […]