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In Pictures: Downtown adjacent development nearing completion

Posted 06.26.17 by Isaac Riddle

Downtown is experiencing unprecedented residential growth, but the city’s current building boom started in the downtown adjacent neighborhoods like Central City.  There are two large residential projects underway just outside of the downtown core that are nearly finished, the 600 Lofts at the intersection of 600 South and State Street and The Bonneville apartments on the 200 South block of 500 East.


Panel recommends upgrades to Library Square

Posted 06.19.17 by Isaac Riddle

It’s been 15 years since Salt Lake City unveiled its iconic new library the Square that would house it.   But as with anything that ages, interest in the library and the surrounding square has waned as quality of life issues and newer city attractions like City Creek, pull visitors to other parts of the city...


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Seattle Developers to Build New Downtown Apartments

Posted 04.13.17 by Isaac Riddle

After years of leading best of rankings in business and technology, Salt Lake City is beginning to attract national developers looking invest in the growing city.

“Downtown Salt Lake has emerged as one of the most attractive and affordable places to live for lifestyle-driven professionals from all over the country,” said David Enslow of Timberlane Partners.


Third annual Garden Stroll brings pop-up parks to Main Street

Posted 04.03.17 by Isaac Riddle

Just days before thousands of visitors will descend upon downtown Salt Lake for the bi-annual LDS General Conference, artists are putting their final touches on eight pop-up parks that for the next six weeks will add temporary outdoor public space to Main Street.


City Creek’s impact on downtown growth by the numbers

Posted 03.20.17 by Isaac Riddle

When the LDS Church first announced plans a decade ago to redevelopment the flagging ZCMI Center and Crossroads Malls, the economy was booming and developers were beginning to take a new interest in downtown Salt Lake.  But a year into construction, the housing bubble burst and the country entered into the Great Recession, the biggest economic collapse since the Great Depression eight decades earlier...


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