Pantages Utah Theater demolition - In pictures

We took these photos this afternoon. Tomorrow looks like it will be all over for the physical structure of Pantages Utah Theater.

It will be replaced by a 31-story residential tower by Hines Development, who purchased the property from the city’s Redevelopment Agency.

The front of Pantages Utah Theater this afternoon, as the demolition of the rear of the building proceeded.

Today, the crew worked on the historic Kearns Building parking garage, the steel-and-brick building to the north of the theater.

Photos by Luke Garrott

Here’s a video taken from the north.

And one from directly overhead.

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