In Photos: Salt Lake City’s 400 South Transit Corridor construction update

Construction strong and unit absorbtion high along TRAX Red Line

Liberty Square townhomes, looking northwest from Trolley Square. Photo by Luke Garrott.
Liberty Square townhomes, by Cowboy Partners, just north of Trolley Square and south of 400 South, between 600 and 700 East.
Trax on the Red Line as it rolls along 400 South.
Cowboy Partners’ Liberty Boulevard from 500 South, just east of 700 East.
Liberty BLVD from the southwest. 400 South, center-left. 700 East, bottom.
5th East Apartments, by First Step House and BlueLine Development. Between 400 and 500 South, across from Smiths Marketplace.
The CLAIRMONT, a classic downtown 3-story masonry building, undergoing rehab at 446 E. 300 S., in the 400 South Transit Zone.
Looking north from The CLAIRMONT, on 300 South. The Peter Pan to the left, the MODA Bonneville, center and center-right.
The Quattro, by Wadsworth/dbUrban, from the southeast, at 400 South and 400 East.
The Quattro from the west.
400 South and 400 East, from the southwest. Buildings from left to right: Block 44, The Quattro, Encore Apartments, Emigration Court, and The Essex. MODA Bonnevile, near 300 South, center-left.
The Morton, on 200 East between 300 and 200 South, by Timberlane Partners.
The Exchange, by Giv Group, center, from the east-northeast.
The Exchange project, from the east. Podium and elevator shafts going up.

All photos by Luke Garrott. See Building Salt Lake’s most recent stories on The Exchange, Liberty Square, and The Quattro.

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Luke Garrott, PhD, has published in The Salt Lake Tribune and the Deseret News, and written features for the Salt Lake City Weekly City Guide and The West View. A former two-term councilman in Salt Lake City's District 4, he lives in Downtown Salt Lake City and grew up in the Chicago area.