SLC Planning Commission asks if drive-thrus should be allowed in Sugar House

          Get Building Salt Lake in your inbox * indicates required     Email Address  *                                                      There’s a drive-thru in Sugar House that’s well-known throughout the city. For six days of the week, a fast food chicken restaurant sends people in cars streaming onto the adjacent sidewalk and […]

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 […]

UTA and Ogden are searching for a developer to build a new Union Station Campus

          Get Building Salt Lake in your inbox * indicates required     Email Address  *                                                      Ogden and the Utah Transit Authority are searching for a developer who can revitalize the city’s Union Station Building and transform 35 acres of land into a thriving neighborhood. The goal? Create […]

New ‘mysterious’ cidery looks to open taproom in Poplar Grove

Support Salt Lake City’s No. 1 source of independent journalism focused on urban growth, development and policy by subscribing to Building Salt Lake. Poplar Grove would get its first watering hole as a pair of local entrepreneurs looks to open a cidery just west of I-15. In a recently rehabbed building at 730 W. 900 […]

Builders line up another single-use building on 400 South

Get Building Salt Lake in your inbox * indicates required Email Address * Developers would build a seven-story, single-use residential building in the transit area zoning of the Central City neighborhood under a new proposal filed this week. At 421 S. 400 E., builders would add 237 new homes in a seven-story building that partially […]

Two more new developments would bring 600 additional homes to the Granary District

Get Building Salt Lake in your inbox * indicates required Email Address * Developers are continuing their rush of construction in the Granary District, with two new mid-rise, mixed-use projects proposed in recent weeks. One, near Fisher Brewing, knocks on the door of the all-ages music venue Kilby Court. But the developer has promised to […]

SLC Schools making plans to rebuild West and Highland High

Get Building Salt Lake in your inbox * indicates required Email Address * The Salt Lake City School District is looking for firms to come up with plans and cost estimates that would potentially guide a bond to rebuild West High and Highland High schools in the coming years. While a pair of bid requests […]

Builders are lining up a series of for-sale projects in Glendale

Glendale is due for a flurry of redevelopment, and builders are ready to deliver. A handful of projects put forward in recent months would add new housing with minimal displacement of existing homes and residents. Developers have pitched the projects — most of them for-sale and at least two of them affordable — to infill […]