Here are the details for a rare east side affordable housing project

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A developer proposing to convert an aging medical building in Salt Lake City’s East Central neighborhood into a low-income housing building has shared details about their plans.

BCG Holdings, one of the developers primarily responsible for building the Post District, has also focused on bringing low-income housing to the city’s east side at 1060 E. 100 S.

The developer plans to convert a medical facility into a residential building with space for 88 low-income apartments.

The new details show one of several ongoing office conversion projects in Salt Lake City, which has seen elevated office vacancy rates and a relatively high number of proposed office conversions.

Experts have said the high office vacancy rate will weigh on Downtowns across the nation unless buildings are demolished or converted into something new.

BCG Holdings has obtained tax credits to convert the medical building into low-income housing, a rarity east of 700 East in Salt Lake City.

Project Details

  • Studios: 66 units
  • 3 Bedroom: 18 units
  • 4 Bedroom: 4 units
  • Total: 88 units

Development Details

  • Owner: BCG Holdings
  • Architect: Architecture Belgique
  • Landscape Architect: STB Design

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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.