Builders pitch new mid-rise apartment project for Central City

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Developers would replace a squat office building in Central City with a 12-story mid-rise apartment building under a new proposal released this week.

The Overland Development Corporation is proposing Overland On Third, which would create space for 246 residences at 336 S. 300 E. 

The builders are asking to build up to 125 feet allowed in the R-MU zone.

The southeast corner of the building would have space for a 1,350-square-foot retail space. The ground floor would also include a leasing office, lobby and mail room.

The 149 parking stalls on three levels would be accessed from 300 East. One level would be below grade and two above, wrapped with units and amenity space.

Unit Breakdown

  • Studios: 65 between 355 square feet and 480 square feet
  • Junior 1-bed: 10 at 600 square feet
  • One Bedrooms: 116 units between 625 square feet and 800 square feet 
  • One Bedrooms plus den: 8 units at 844 square feet
  • Two Bedrooms: 39 units between 800 square feet and 1,230 square feet
  • Three Bedrooms: 8 units between 1,670 square feet and 2,880 square feet 
  • Total units: 246 units

The building would include 100 square feet of bike storage on floors three through 12.

The building seeks to include a smaller rear yard setback than what’s required in the zone, and up to 125 feet tall. 

Development Details

  • Owner: Overland Development Corporation
  • Architect: FFKR
  • Engineers: Talisman

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Taylor Anderson grew up near Chicago and made his way West to study journalism at the University of Montana. He's been a staff writer for the Chicago Tribune, Bend Bulletin and Salt Lake Tribune. A move from Portland, Oregon, to Salt Lake City opened his eyes to the importance of good urban design for building strong neighborhoods. He lives on the border of the Liberty Wells and Ballpark neighborhoods.