In Pictures: Marmalade/West Capitol area is booming

The Almond Street Townhomes as seen looking north along West Temple. Photo by Mike Fife.
The Almond Street Townhomes as seen looking east from West Temple. Photo by Mike Fife.
The Almond Street Townhomes. The majority of the project actually fronts West Temple but the four larger units sit above the rest of the development and front Almond Street. Photo by Mike Fife.

2nd and 2nd Apartments

The former Car Care Center on 200 North and 200 West sat vacant for several years after the owner retired, but it is now the site of the new 2nd and 2nd Apartments.  The project consists of two buildings, the north building has four residential units and the south building has three residential units and one commercial space.

The 2nd and 2nd Apartments as seen looking southeast towards downtown from 200 West. Photo by Mike Fife.
The interior drive of the 2nd and 2nd Apartments as seen looking east from 200 West. Photo by Mike Fife.
The south building of the 2nd and 2nd Apartments. The commercial space is in the foreground. Three townhomes are also in this building fronting 200 North. Photo by Mike Fife.
The 2nd and 2nd Apartments as seen looking east across 200 West. Photo by Mike Fife.

Skyhouse Apartments

The Skyhouse Apartments are a six-story building consisting of a two-story parking podium and four floors of apartments.  The 240 market rate units will contain a mix of studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom units.  The project is on the northwest corner of the intersection of 300 West and North Temple, just south of West High School and east of the large Hardware District development on 400 West.

The Skyhouse Apartments as seen looking west across 300 West from North Temple. Photo by Mike Fife.
The Skyhouse Apartments as seen looking southeast from 400 West. The Triad Center can be seen just to the south across North Temple. Photo by Mike Fife.

Posted by Mike Fife

Mike Fife grew up in Norman, Oklahoma but fell in love with Salt Lake City upon relocating here in 2001 just prior to the Winter Olympics. Mike's interest in planning and development was turbo charged during two terms on the Salt Lake City Planning Commission. With an Accounting degree from the University of Oklahoma and an MBA from the University of Richmond, Mike had a 30-year career in finance, accounting, and strategic planning with EDS/Hewlett-Packard/Hewlett Packard Enterprise.