Central City

Commission approves revised Cowboy project

June 1, 2017 Isaac Riddle

After two public hearings and a work session, representatives from Cowboy Partners have again returned to the Historic Landmark Commission (HLC) for approval of their plans to redevelop the former Ensign Floral building and adjacent […]

Central City

Cowboy downsizes Liberty Square development

April 12, 2017 Isaac Riddle

With rising construction costs, most developers try to build bigger instead of smaller.  But in the case of Cowboy Partners, nine months after securing approval from the Historic Landmark Commission to build the Liberty Square […]


Developer wants to build two office towers downtown

February 8, 2017 Isaac Riddle

Downtown Salt Lake’s skyline appears to be extending a bit further south thanks to a proposed office development by Houston-based developers, Patrinely Group.  The developers want to build two ten-story office buildings and two seven-story parking structures […]


Downtown district attorney building tops out

December 6, 2016 Isaac Riddle

Downtown Salt Lake City’s newest office building, the District Attorney office building, has officially topped out.  Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams and Salt Lake District Attorney Sim Gill led a “topping off” ceremony Tuesday morning […]

Salt Lake City

DA Building now under construction

August 26, 2016 Isaac Riddle

It’s been almost five months since Salt Lake County leaders broke ground on the downtown Salt Lake new Salt Lake County District Attorney building at 35 E. 500 South, directly west of the Scott M. Matheson […]

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