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Report shows Salt Lake renters aren’t getting the amenities they want

Posted 07.12.18 by Isaac Riddle

Salt Lake is experiencing a surge in market rate and higher-end apartments as supply tries to catch up to the demand, but according to a new report from Apartment List, an online rental marketplace, there isn’t only a gap in the supply, but in the amenities renters want and the amenities developers are providing.


LaBarba to open new bar at The Gateway

Posted 06.28.18 by Isaac Riddle

The co-founders of the local coffee roaster, La Barba Coffee, Josh Rosenthal and Joe Evens announced this week that they are ready to expand beyond coffee and into the cocktail business.  The duo plans to open the Seabird Bar and Vinyl Room, a proposed bar that will occupy the space next door to the recently-opened La Barba cafe at The Gateway.


Downtown is booming but demand still outpaces supply

Posted 06.28.18 by Isaac Riddle

Like the rest of the state, downtown Salt Lake City is benefitting from the region’s healthy economy.  More people live and work downtown than ever before.  But according to local real estate experts and representatives from the Downtown Alliance, despite the boom, the supply downtown isn’t catching up to the demand and more development is needed in the city’s central business district to accommodate the growing demand for housing and office space.


Alta Gateway becomes state’s first LEED Platinum apartment building

Posted 06.25.18 by Isaac Riddle

Salt Lake City is now home to the state’s first LEED Platinum certified multifamily residential building after the Alta Gateway apartments earned its LEED certification plaque this week.  The four-story, 277-unit apartment complex scored 86.5 credits under the LEED for Homes rating system, surpassing the LEED Platinum threshold of 83.5 credits.


Council's budget will fund transit and housing expansion

Posted 06.15.18 by Isaac Riddle

For several years now, the Salt Lake City Council has identified transit and affordable housing as council priority items, but thanks to new revenue sources, the council will have the funds to pursue some of its housing and transit goals.  On Tuesday, June 12 the council unanimously approved the fiscal year 2018-2019 budget that, in addition to housing and transit, will also increase services for park maintenance and public safety.


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