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Under a ticking clock of the city’s six-month moratorium on any new homeless shelters, announced by Mayor Erin Mendenhall in October, last week the...
Since officials approved the latest rules allowing accessory dwelling units, homeowners from across Salt Lake City have shown a willingness to add these forms...
Despite a widely-acknowledged need for more park space Downtown, the city is aiming more money at Pioneer Park, a square 10-acre postage stamp in...
The Salt Lake City Council elected new leadership at their first meeting of 2022 last week. Dan Dugan (D6), a retired Navy pilot with...
It would take an area roughly the size of the Downtown core to fit the number of homes that are being added to one block in Sugar House.
The Redevelopment Agency awarded their 2021 affordable housing funds to four projects that will bring nearly 650 new subsidized units to the city.  Of...
We brought you trend stories about the incoming boom of residential towers in Downtown Salt Lake City. The changing look and feel of the...
The Central 9th neighborhood started as a carve-out of a much larger district, a hamlet whose urban zoning and transit access gave it a...
The southwestern corner of the Post District project, at 600 S and 400 W. Notice the awkwardly placed billboard…not the only one in and...
A firm that’s been active in the Salt Lake City market in 2021 is planning to transform an office building near Trolley Square into...
Salt Lake City’s west side has seen nearly 10 years of the North Temple project area. As the transformation of that corridor gains real...
Intermountain Healthcare has purchased about eight acres of land in the center of Salt Lake City. At 745 S State, the land had been...
The Salt Lake City Planning Commission effectively rejected an attempt by the owner of the now-shuttered Coachman’s diner to build a mixed-use development with...
In a hotly-contested process opposed by a convergence of affordable housing advocates, neighborhood preservationists, and anti-gentrification activists, the City Council had little problem on...
Besides the Ballpark itself, is there a “there” there? This was the conundrum facing planning consultants brought together by Wasatch Front Regional Council (WFRC),...
Developers continue to show interest in Salt Lake City’s Ballpark neighborhood, with the latest proposal to bring 47 rental townhomes to the neighborhood. The...
More affordable housing is coming to east Downtown. At 144 South 500 East, a six-story, all-electric, 110-unit building on .62 acre is set to...
Since its designation as a tax-friendly zone for investors, it’s only been a matter of time before projects start to stack up in Salt...
A 54-unit, market-rate apartment building at 353 East 500 South by locals Cowboy Partners looks to share the glow of Salt Lake City’s reinvestment...
A builder looking to build missing middle for-sale housing on a now-vacant lot in Liberty Wells has been stalled by the high cost of...
The rail yards stretch to the west and the oil refinery’s the neighbor to the north. At 800 North and 400 West, a sizable...