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Opportunity Zones: A Once-in-a-Generation Advantage

Posted 11.12.18 by Justin Banks

Outlined as part of the recently passed tax bill, much is still to be determined surrounding opportunity zones. The Downtown Alliance, in partnership with NAIOP, presents Opportunity Zones: A Once-in-a-Generation Advantage. A panel of national and local experts will discuss opportunity zone funds and end with a Q&A. Come engage with like-minded professionals and learn about the "opportunity" of opportunity zones!


Tags: Construction Updates

HLC gives initial approval for proposed Union Pacific Hotel

Posted 11.06.18 by Isaac Riddle

The owners of The Gateway, a mixed-use entertainment district in downtown Salt Lake, are one step closer to converting the historic Union Pacific Depot into a hotel.  On Thursday, November 1, the Historic Landmark Commission (HLC) approved with conditions a the new construction request with major additions and demolition of noncontributing structures.


Tags: Infill Development

Meet downtown Salt Lake’s next office tower

Posted 11.06.18 by Isaac Riddle

Property Reserve Inc, the private real-estate arm of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, has submitted more detailed plans to Salt Lake City’s Planning Division for a proposed office downtown tower.  The project, currently referred to as Tower 8, will occupy the northeast corner of the intersection of 100 South and State Street, directly west of the Harmons Grocery Store.


Tags: Infill Development

UTA breaks ground on new clean fuel center

Posted 11.06.18 by Isaac Riddle

After nearly a decade of planning, on Monday, October 22 Utah Transit Agency (UTA) officials officially broke ground on the Depot District Clean Fuels Technology Center.  The new center will be directly west of the Intermodal Hub and will be home to over 150 new clean air fuel and electric buses by 2021.


Tags: Infill Development

Commission approves proposed 400 South Corridor 9-story building

Posted 11.06.18 by Isaac Riddle

he Salt Lake City has approved, with conditions, a Planned Development and Conditional Building and Site Design Review for the first phase of The Exchange, a proposed mixed-use development at the 300 East block of 400 South.


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Opportunity Zones: A Once-in-a-Generation Advantage

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HLC gives initial approval for proposed Union Pacific Hotel

Commission indicates support for proposed Union Pacific Depot Hotel

Preliminary construction work begins for the Quattro

Developers look to expand downtown residential offerings on 200 East

Developers seek commission feedback for The Exchange

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