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After nearly two years since Salt Lake City officials announced their selection of Cowboy Partners and Form Development to redevelop the site of the former Public Safety Building, the developers are moving closer to breaking ground.
The proposed mixed-use project, Violin School Commons, at the northeast corner of the 200 South and 300 East intersection, will bring a mix of retail, affordable and market rates residential units to a long vacant area on the eastern edge of downtown Salt Lake.
As has become the new norm in preparation for a public hearing with the Salt Lake City Planning Commission, developers The Richie Group sought feedback from the commission in a work session with the body during their August 24th commission meeting.
During the work session, planning commission members focused their questions on street-level engagement and ground floor uses.