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Commission indicates support for proposed Union Pacific Depot Hotel

Posted 10.17.18 by Isaac Riddle

Vestar, The Gateway’s owners since 2015, will need to clear several administration hurdles before they can start construction on a new hotel adjacent to the historic Union Pacific Depot.  The developers will need approvals from both the city’s Planning and Historic Landmark Commissions.


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Developers seek commission feedback for The Exchange

Posted 09.26.18 by Isaac Riddle

Local developers, Giv Group plan to build The Exchange, a large mixed-use, mixed-income development at the 300 East block of 400 South but before construction can begin they’ll need to clear a Conditional and Building Site Design Review with the Salt Lake City Planning Commission.


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Developers look to expand downtown residential offerings on 200 East

Posted 09.26.18 by Isaac Riddle

The 200 South block of 200 East is in the middle of a significant transformation.  The block is beginning attracting developers interested in its proximity to popular bars, restaurants and downtown amenities.  There are currently three residential developments either actively underway or in the planning stages.  The most recent of those is the Moda Luxe, a proposed mixed-use development by JF Capital.


Job growth and mitigation driving housing crisis

Posted 09.05.18 by Isaac Riddle

The Wasatch Front’s strong economy is attracting both Millennial migrants and out-of-state developers that are contributing to both the building boom and the housing shortage according to a new report by, Yardi Matrix.

Last week, the real-estate analytics firm released its Salt Lake City’s Viable Growth Multifamily Report Summer 2018 and found that the region continues to add more new jobs than new housing units and that the migration of young professionals to the region is keeping rental vacancy rates low, despite the region’s unprecedented growth in multifamily housing.


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Commission relaxes public art requirement for senior housing project

Posted 08.24.18 by Isaac Riddle

Local nonprofit, Centro Civico returned again to the Salt Lake City Planning Commission for approval of several new design elements of its proposed senior housing development.  And for the second time, in less than a year the commission approved with conditions their proposed design.


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