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In Pictures: Downtown’s westside is rising

Posted 04.18.18 by Isaac Riddle

The construction of several apartment buildings and a hotel is making progress in downtown Salt Lake City’s westside.  These projects are all within a block of 200 West and 200 South and will bring an additional 269 apartments, 262 hotel rooms, and a small amount of additional retail space to this area.  The projects include the AC Marriott and Marriott TownePlace Suites hotels and the Milagro Apartments and the Pierpont Apartments.


Salt Lake City continues to lead multifamily and industrial growth

Posted 04.05.18 by Isaac Riddle

The Wasatch Front’s unprecedented growth in the multifamily and industrial markets should continue in 2018 according to CBRE‘s annual Salt Lake City Real Estate Market Outlook report. The publication highlights the performance of the local commercial real estate market during 2017 and provides insights into expectations for the year to come.


Tags: Infill Development

Downtown group ready to start fundraising for a public market

Posted 03.22.18 by Isaac Riddle

With a revised feasibility study and potentially new branding, officials from the city, Downtown Alliance and GSBS Architects updated the Salt Lake City Council acting as the Board of Directors for the Redevelopment Agency of Salt Lake City (RDA) the status of a proposed year-round public market.


Tags: Infill Development

Developers moving forward with the downtown PaperBox Lofts

Posted 03.20.18 by Isaac Riddle

The area surrounding the intersection of 200 South and 300 West is continuing its evolution from a dead zone to a bridge between the downtown core and the Gateway District.  Development partners, Clearwater Homes and Peg Development, are ready to expand their presence in the area with the PaperBox Lofts, a proposed mixed-use development for the 100 South block of 300 West.


New report connects sprawl to worsening air quality

Posted 03.14.18 by Isaac Riddle

recently released study reaffirms the consequences of local sprawl and the importance of residential development in the region’s urban centers. 


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In Pictures: Downtown’s westside is rising

Salt Lake City continues to lead multifamily and industrial growth

Downtown group ready to start fundraising for a public market

Developers moving forward with the downtown PaperBox Lofts

New report connects sprawl to worsening air quality

City looking for developer of State Street Project

Developers propose city's first high-rise rental project

Large downtown project is nearing completion

Council approves loans for two affordable housing projects

2018 could be a big year for The Gateway


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